If you love chocolate (and who doesn’t), you know that when you get a chocolate craving, there’s only one way to cure it. But we can do better than that. We’ve got four ways to deal with that chocolate craving, and each one is better than the last. Seriously, with options this delicious, it’s going to be hard to pick just one. But who said you had to? Give ’em all a try!
Chocolate Oasis Pie
Basically an insanely indulgent chocolate cheesecake, this is an easy no-bake dessert that blows everyone away every. single. time. Plus, it’s not just a chocolate pie, there’s also a fruit element that takes this whole dish to the next level. We used strawberries here for some added fresh sweetness, but raspberries or blackberries would also be delicious. Get the recipe here!
Slow Cooker No-Bake Chocolate Cookies
Chocolate “No-Bake” cookies are a staple in our household, but we realized we could simplify the process even more by making them in the slow cooker. (What can we say? We’re surprisingly resourceful when the oven’s full and we get a craving for cookies…) These no-bakes are easy to whip up; all you have to do is throw the ingredients together before scooping them into cookies and letting them set. Seriously, if you only get to one thing on your to-do list, let making these be the one – you won’t regret it! Click here for the (super easy) recipe.
Old-Fashioned Chocolate Pudding
This American classic has endured throughout the years because it’s homey and simple and it’s straight-up delicious. It’s an easy no-bake confection to whip up and it’s no wonder Grandma loved to make it for the kids all those years ago. We love to make it for ours, and to this day, it’s still hard for us to wait until it cools to serve up a bowl. Luckily there’s always the spoon to lick. What are you waiting for? Go on ahead and make some for the “kids!” Click here for the recipe.
Depression-Era Chocolate Cake (Crazy Cake)
If you’ve never had or heard of Depression-Era Cake, or “Crazy Cake” as it’s also known, then you’re in for a real treat today. This recipe goes as far back as the Great Depression, a time when certain ingredients were very expensive, so substitutions had to be made in order to continue making and enjoying the dishes people loved. People got creative and came up with a way to make a decadent, moist, fluffy chocolate cake. It’s a must try! Get the recipe here!SKM: below-content placeholder