heavenly chocolate delights you need to try

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Chocolate and hazelnut boozy roulade

Here's a showstopper for any occasion. A light chocolate sponge with roasted hazelnuts is filled with whipped cream, flavoured with Irish cream liqueur.

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Ultimate chocolate mousse

As a bonus, it tastes even better eaten the day after you've made it. You can add a drop of liqueur to make it more grown-up, pimp it up by sprinkling edible glitter on, or scatter with toasted, chopped nuts.

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Chocolate brownies with dulce de leche

A rich, fudgy brownie will always be a crowd-pleaser. Add a dollop of homemade dulce de leche (a salted caramel milk jam), and brownie fans will love you forever. Make the dulce de leche a day ahead

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Twice-baked chocolate cake

Bake half of the mixture first until cooked through and quite firm, then add the remaining mixture, and bake until it's still slightly squidgy.

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Tahini and chocolate date brownies

Pairing chocolate and tahini (sesame seed paste) is all the rage. While you might be used to seeing tahini as an ingredient in hummus, it’s wonderful in baking too, adding a hint of savouriness

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Chestnut and chocolate cake

We love tucking into it warm from the oven (probably because we’re so impatient), but it’s also great a day or two after you’ve made it, served at room temperature.

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Chocolate French toast

French toast might be traditionally eaten at breakfast or brunch, and there is absolutely no judgement from us if you fancy whipping up this dish in the morning, but it also makes a quick and decadent dessert.

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rum and chocolate cake

The gorgeous gooeyness of this dessert would be excellent at a dinner party, and its richness means a small slice – especially if it’s after a few courses – would be the perfect end to an evening.

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Bundt cake

Bundt refers to the tin it's baked in, rather than the cake. Its origins are in Germany, but it became popular in the US at the beginning of the 20th century. A bundt cake certainly bring wow factor to the table.

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tahini and chocolate cookies

People have some very strong opinions about what makes the perfect chocolate cookie, but this is certainly up there with the best.

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Pistachio, citrus and dark chocolate cinnamon rolls

Put down the avocado on toast and pancakes, this will be your new go-to brunch treat. Get a pot of coffee ready and settle down for five minutes of pure bliss in baked form. These pistachio, citrus and dark chocolate

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Chocolate torte

Our chocolate torte recipe is simple enough that anyone can manage it, plus it’s gluten-free if you’re catering for any coeliacs.

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