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I bet you have a bag of chocolate chips in your pantry just waiting to be transformed into something delicious. Break them out and get baking!
I usually think of banana bread as something to eat for breakfast (or, let’s be honest, something to cut a tiny slice from every time you walk through the kitchen) but this one is so decadent, you could really top it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and call it dessert.
Tender and buttery with morsels of melted chocolate within — children (and let’s not forget husbands) absolutely love these scones.
Stuffed with chocolate chips and pecans, these foolproof cookies emerge from the oven puffy, gooey, chewy and crunchy every single time. They are so rich and chocolatey, they almost beg for a glass of milk.
Part cookie, part brownie — who doesn’t love blondies? And the best part is that they’re ridiculously easy to make: fewer ingredients than cookies (plus you don’t have to roll the dough into balls) and easier than brownies because there’s no chocolate to melt.
Biscotti are twice-baked, oblong shaped cookies made intentionally dry and crunchy — and these are made with a double dose of chocolate. When you dunk them in coffee or tea, they soften, becoming rich, fudgy and decadent.
With two secret ingredients, these chocolate chip cookies are chock full of all kinds of good stuff. And they strike that perfect balance of crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside.
Rich and tender from the addition of sour cream, and jam-packed with chocolate chips, this is the kind of old-fashioned, homey cake that appeals to just about everyone.
With just two bowls and a muffin tin, you can whip up these kid-friendly treats in just 35 minutes — and they’re a great way to sneak in a little extra protein and vegetables.
The chocoholics in your life will love these tender muffins with a double hit of chocolate.