Our Best Chocolate Treats

Cookies 'n' Cream Minis
Charles Schiller
Celebrate the holidays with these sweet, chocolate desserts that are easy to make and even easier to eat. From brownies to cookies to candies, these delicious recipes are sure to delight kids and adults this season.
Bruce Wolf
Bruce Wolf

Oreo Truffles

Three ingredients + 20 minutes prep = chocolate bliss. This is one decadent recipe you'll come back to again and again.

Did we just discover a guilt-free loophole to getting our chocolate fix?

Tina Rupp
Tina Rupp

Raspberry-Chocolate Fondue

Fondue is one of those special desserts that both adults and kids enjoy. After all, who doesn't love to dip? Serve the chocolate with cut up fruit and pound cake.

Bruce Wolf
Bruce Wolf

Brownies

These rich, chocolate-y brownies are a snap to put together. Cut them into small bites for little ones or serve with ice cream and holiday-themed sprinkles.

The Naptime Chef, Kelsey Banfield, shows how to make easy thumbprint cookies with jam.

Bruce Wolf
Bruce Wolf

Salty Sweet Bark

Pretzels and chocolate-covered raisins give this treat its salty-sweet flair. For a more grown-up version, substitute dark chocolate for the semi-sweet.

James Baigrie
James Baigrie

Bittersweet Chocolate Pudding

Try Dutch-processed cocoa in this pudding; it will give a richer, more luxurious flavor.

David Prince
David Prince

Whoopie Pies

Crowd-pleasing whoopie pies will kick any party up a notch, and they're ready in under 30 minutes. Don't be surprised to hear your kids yelling "whoopie!" when they bite into one of these perfectly portioned confections.

Charles Schiller
Charles Schiller

Cookies 'n Cream Minis

Enlist the kids to break up the cookies to sprinkle over these bite-sized mini-cupcakes. We predict they will eagerly take on the job.

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