Indulge in decadent favorites like cheesecake, truffles, and rich sauces to satisfy your chocolate cravings.
Leave the s'mores to the kiddos. Treat yourself to fresh marshmallows dipped in chocolate and topped with sweet and savory
delights like coconut or pistachios. As for the topping you'll pick, the options are as broad as your imagination.
Enjoy a double wallop of healthy benefits from the combination of dark chocolate and red wine. The flavonoids in the two help to reduce blood pressure and improve bad cholesterol.Recipe: Dark Chocolate Mulled Wine Sauce
Crunchy Chocolate-Dipped Apricots
Dress up dried fruit for just pennies with Crunchy Chocolate-Dipped Apricots. The bite-sized treat is perfect when you're
craving a taste of sweetness and easy to grab on the go!
While this recipe does not use traditional "lite" ingredients, the truffles are so rich that you only need 1 70-calorie ball
to quench your cravings.Recipe: Chocolate Truffles
Round out your meal with a cup of coffee and these two-bite confections featuring a crispy outside and a soft, chewy center.Watch
Toasting Nuts for helpful tips.Recipe: Chocolate-Pecan Macaroons
Chewy Chocolate Cherry Cookies
Double chocolate cookies studded with tart cherries are sure to be a household favorite. Give them a nutrition boost by substituting
dark cocoa and dark chocolate chips for their regular counterparts.Recipe: Chewy Chocolate Cherry Cookies
Hidden inside this chocolaty snack is a nutrition powerhouse–almonds. Almonds help to decrease the risks of cancer, heart
disease, and other chronic illnesses.Watch Melting Chocolate for helpful tips.Recipe: Chocolate Almond Cherry Crisps
Mini Peppermint and Chocolate Chip Cheesecakes
The chocolate crust, chocolate chip-filled batter, and chocolate sprinkles make these individual cheesecakes "chocolate treat"
worthy. Best of all, they are only 54 calories each.Recipe: Mini Peppermint and Chocolate Chip Cheesecakes
Cocoa Fudge Cookies
These fudgy tasting cookies use little butter and no eggs helping to make them lower in calories. For an extra-special treat,
use two cookies and 2 tablespoons of low-fat ice cream to make an ice cream sandwich.Watch Making Drop Cookies for helpful tips.Recipe: Cocoa Fudge Cookies
Brownie Bourbon Balls
Replace oil and egg yolks with applesauce, egg substitute, and water to slash the calories and fat of these rich brownie balls
without sacrificing an ounce of flavor.Recipe: Brownie Bourbon Balls