Curtis Stone’s Sexy Chocolate Dessert
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Nothing says Valentine’s Day quite like chocolate, and if you want to impress your special someone more than you would with a store-bought box of chocolates, try making one of these delicious chocolate desserts!
No. 1: Curtis Stone’s Chocolate Fondant
This luscious chocolate cake features a melted chocolate interior that flows out when you break the outer “shell.” Delish, and perfect for a romantic date.
Watch the video above to see Curtis Stone make his sexy chocolate fondant!
Valerie Bertinelli starts with a simple chocolate cake mix, prepares the batter, and pours into a greased cake pan. Then, she mixes up a blend of mascarpone cheese, ricotta cheese, sugar and eggs, and pours over the top. The two layers combine to make a delicious marbled cake, which she tops with a chocolate frosting.
Yes, this decadent cake will disappear that quickly!
FUN FACT: Rach plans on making it for her mom on Valentine's Day!
This is the recipe you’re going to want to make when you’re pulling out all the stops. If you’ve ever wondered how it was possible to make little cups made of chocolate, we have the answer and it couldn’t be easier! You just dip small blown-up balloons in chocolate, then pop the balloons! Watch and learn!
If you want a lighter option that is still chocolate-y and delicious, try these chocolate muffins! Egg whites, yogurt and maple syrup are all ingredients that help to make this dish a little healthier.
This fudge has only three ingredients, and the recipe was created by a kid! Just melt some white chocolate with a can of sweetened condensed milk and mix in a whole package of crushed Oreos. Pour into a wax-paper-lined dish, let set, and slice!
These brownies are the perfect marriage of chocolate and macaroons. Grant tops prepared brownie mix with an easy homemade macaroon topping and bakes.