these desserts are perfect for any chocolate lover

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Chocolate yogurt pot

If you're a chocolate lover looking for a 10-minute recipe, with no baking required, this is for you. Melted chocolate, agave nectar (which you can substitute with honey or maple syrup), yogurt

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Chocolate cherry oaty bites

A great snack to have with a cuppa, these easy bites are made in the blender. Just bananas, creamed coconut (or butter, if you prefer), oats, dried cherries and cocoa are whizzed up before being baked.

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Chocolate and cardamom carrot cake

orange and chocolate chips. To make it even more desirable, it's covered with a brown butter cream cheese frosting which tastes like a toasty caramel.

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Chocolate and raspberry cheesecake brownies

White chocolate and raspberries are a match made in heaven, shown to great effect in this recipe. You get a double chocolate hit,

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Chocolate and banana bread

Here's one for the kids, an easy banana bread with milk chocolate, cherries and walnuts (or pecans, if you prefer). Make it even speedier by whizzing up the bananas in a blender, rather than mashing by hand

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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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Chocolate fondant

Otherwise known as a melting middle chocolate pudding, this baked delight with its gooey, warm centre is always a winner. If you don't have dariole moulds (cylinder-shaped moulds used to bake fondants in),

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Hot chocolate cake

Named because its flavour is reminiscent of a hot chocolate drink, this is a perfect cake for a birthday or other celebration. You'll need three baking tins for the layers, or you can bake the cake in batches.

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Chocolate and peanut butter fridge bars

Dairy and egg-free, these easy fridge bars are perfect for the vegan chocolate-lover. The surprise ingredient is chickpeas, which are blended in the food processor with dates, peanut butter,

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