Chili Chocolate Mousse

Chocolates are a dessert that all of us love, especially when it’s in the form of mousse. Follow this recipe from for a more flavorful fill.

The combination of chili and chocolate is nothing new, as the Mayans and the Aztecs have always combined these two.

Not in the mousse way, though. As popular as it may seem, it’s not always the kind of dessert that everyone loves, as it has that strange flavor going on with it. I like it though, more on because it has a different taste to it.

Chocolate Souffles with Nougat Whip

A perfect soufflé recipe from

An ideal soufflé should have a melting texture. Although it is quite simple to make, there are also points in making it that makes it hard to bake.

It takes a bit of patience when making it, as there would be a big difference between a soufflé and cake. I guess that it has to do with the air, as soufflés tend to be airy.

Double Chocolate Hazelnut Candies

It’s the holiday season once again, and has a perfect recipe for your menu.

October had just entered a few days ago, and it only means one thing: the holiday season is now approaching.

That is the cue for you to start thinking of a menu to create for the festivities. You may or may not try doing this recipe, but as early as now, I’d like to tell you that it’s as good as it looks.

Raw Triple Chocolate Cream Cake

The perfect dessert from

When I think of the perfect celebration cake, the first thing that comes to mind is chocolate cake!

It’s perfect for any day that we may have – ordinary, extraordinary, a season, etc. It gives you warmth when you need it, and it also gives you the coolness that you might need if you are feeling hot. I’d say that this cake is perfect anytime of the day though.

Silken Chocolate Tofu Mousse

A vegan chocolate dessert from

There would be times when you would want to eat chocolate, but you are on a diet. I don’t own this recipe, but I suggest that you try it!

It is a vegan mousse, as it uses tofu. I was reluctant to try it at first, but after trying it out, I began loving it too much, that I had cravings for it for days.


14 ounces silken tofu
3 ounces bittersweet chocolate, plus additional for garnish
2 TBS unsweetened cocoa powder
2 TBS agave nectar
1/2 tsp finely ground French roast or espresso coffee
1 tsp vanilla extract

Chocolate Tiramisu and Amaretti Chocolate Pear Tart

A famous Italian recipe remade by

If there is a list of the most famous Italian recipes, tiramisu would definitely be included.

It could be considered a classic, as it has been a favorite of many people, even those who are not really fans of desserts. I think that it is because it does not taste as sweet as some of the most popular desserts out there.


8 savoiardi (Italian-style ladyfingers)
1/2 cup coffee liqueur, plus 2 tablespoons
4 ounces dark chocolate
1/2 cup heavy cream
5 large egg yolks
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
3 ounces mascarpone cheese

Chocolate Chestnut Cake

Nutty chocolate cake recipe from
The nuttiness in brownies is what I love about it. With this cake, I think I’ve found my new favorite, especially because it has chestnut on it.

But no, it does not have crushed chestnuts on it. In fact, the only chestnut you’re going to find on it is through its flour, so you don’t have to worry about the nuts that would get stuck up your teeth.

Apricot Tarts with Chocolate Sauce

Apricots are great-tasting, but this tart recipe from is greater.

Apricots are a good fruit to drizzle with chocolate, definitely. Why not make an apricot tart instead, and make it great?

By following this simple recipe, you’d get to create a dessert that anyone from your family would certainly love. It’s no joke that it’s a very great recipe, and a well-loved one, at that. I’d eat it even after having a heavy meal, especially because it is a light dessert.

Chocolate Chestnut Blackbottom Pie

A pie recipe from that would make you crave for more.

Having the chocolaty-est desserts is a must, not because you are heartbroken, but because it tastes really great.

Not saying that you have to be heartbroken before eating it though, as there is no rule against it. However, wouldn’t it be better to enjoy a dessert for what it is? I would definitely tell you that this rich, creamy and chocolaty dessert tastes so good, it would make you forget everything for a few seconds.


350 grams (12.3 oz) sweetened chestnut puree
100 grams (3.5 oz) pure chocolate (dark chocolate bar)
12 vegan chocolate waffer cookies or vegan Oreos
2 Tbs. vegan margarine
2 Tbs. coconut oil (optional)
Vegetarian whipped cream (e.g. Soyatoo! Soy Whip) and chocolate leaves as garnish

Raw Chocolate-Dipped Dates Stuffed with Orange Spiced Almonds

Maybe, you could have a date after seeing this recipe from

Dates may not be the favorite of all people, but it actually is one sweet dried fruit that you should try.

Stuff it with orange spiced almonds, and you will surely want to get more of it. Oh, and dip it with chocolate. Surely, you’re going to look for it over and over again. I certainly ask you to try eating it, as you would love it.


24 sprouted or regular almonds
2 tsp finely grated orange peel, divided
1 tsp honey
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp freshly grated nutmeg
12 Medjool dates
1 RAW or regular dark chocolate bar