Chocolate Recipes

Chocolate Day (7 July 2017) is fast approaching, which can only mean one thing – it’s time for some serious sweet tooth indulgence courtesy of some of your favourite chefs.

1 Martha Collison’s Chocolate and Passionfruit Curd Layer Cake

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Chocolate cake is a beautiful thing on its own, but Martha Collison, youngest-ever contestant on the Great British Bake Off, has created a recipe that’s even more delicious thanks to the addition of a thick layer of sharp passionfruit curd. Tuck in here.

2 Raymond Blanc’s Reverse Chocolate Crumble

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Decadently delightful – one slice is never enough when it comes to Raymond Blanc’s reverse chocolate crumble. Tuck in here.

3 Graham Long’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart

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Executive Chef Graham Long’s decadent dessert is ideal for a little edible TLC. For the best result, try making this recipe using Valrhona’s fruity Manjari dark chocolate and caramel-infused Caramélia milk chocolate. Tuck in here.

4 Brian Turner’s Chocolate & Hazelnut Cake 

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Utterly decadent and full of tasty naughtiness – this chocolate and hazelnut cake is ideal for a creamy yet crunchy afternoon bake. Tuck in here.

5 Shaun Rankin’s Chocolate Orange Pudding with Orange Crisps

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This gluten-free chocolate orange pudding recipe is deliciously rich and ideal for a rainy day dessert. Tuck in here.

6 Giuseppe Di Iorio’s White Chocolate And Cardamom Mousse with Pistachio Sponge

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This spectacular raspberry and white chocolate recipe from Giuseppe di Iorio is reminiscent of ‘fairy rings’ where mushrooms sprout. Tuck in here.

7 Paul A Young’s Muscovado Chocolate Cupcakes 

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Made with dark cocoa powder, muscovado sugar, cocoa nibs and a hint of chilli powder, master chocolatier Paul A Young’s chocolate cupcakes are perfect for an afternoon tea treat with a kick. Tuck in here.

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