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The dark arts…Our ultimate chocolate recipes will cast a spell 

Sweet, intense, gooey, rich, creamy or smooth…who doesn’t love chocolate? Indulge your inner chocoholic with mousses, cakes, cookies, truffles, and melt in your mouth fondants. Our selection of recipes are the ultimate chocolate hit!

Chocolate cake recipes 

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Gluten free & flourless chocolate cakes

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1. In a bain-marie

Place chopped chocolate in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of barely simmering water; the base of the bowl should not touch the water. Stir occasionally.




2. In a microwave

Place chopped chocolate into a non-metallic, heatproof bowl and microwave in 20-30-second bursts, stirring gently between each blast.




3. In the oven

The method favoured by chocolatiers. Preheat the oven to a very low heat - 50°C. Spread the chocolate over a parchment-lined baking tray and melt for 10-15 minutes.

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Chocolate brownies

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Our top chocolate recipes 

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A buyer's guide

When you see a percentage such as ‘70% cocoa’ on a bar of chocolate, that’s the total amount of cocoa in the bar - a combination of cocoa butter and cocoa powder (solids).

Dark chocolateThis has the highest cocoa percentage of all chocolate. Use 70% cocoa for cooking - it’s great in savoury dishes.

Milk chocolateSweeter than dark chocolate, this is made with milk and has fewer cocoa products. Aim for 35%-50% cocoa if you’re cooking with it, or try using half-milk, half-dark.

White chocolateWith vanilla notes, white chocolate contains no cocoa powder and is usually made from cocoa butter, milk powder and sugar.

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