23 Loved Up Chocolate Recipes and March’s We Should Cocoa
February brings us two fabulous celebratory days. Valentine’s Day is all about chocolate in my book. It brought in a bumper crop of entries, so I guess I’m not alone. Read on to find 23 loved up chocolate recipes. You’re bound to find something to fall in love with. Shrove Tuesday highlights our love of pancakes and the tradition of eating up all the remaining good things in the house before the lenten fast. I’d sort of thought I’d get loads of chocolate pancake recipes this month, but only one turned up right at the last minute.
If you’d like to join in with next month’s We Should Cocoa. scroll down to the bottom of the post and you’ll find the March link-up. Do read the guidelines if you haven’t joined in before or need a reminder.
23 Loved Up Chocolate Recipes
Surely there can’t be anything much more loved-up than these vegan salted caramel chocolate pots from Yumsome?
February is full of surprises. It was also World Nutella Day too – apparently! Nutella mug cake from Day Dreaming Foodie.
Dom’s glorious chocolate honey fudge cake with chocolate orange fudge icing whipped up at Belleau Kitchen says it all.
This chocolate crumble from Caroline Makes has me totally sold.
The Middle Eastern flavours has me head over heals in love with this chocolate tart with cardamom, apricots and rose petals from Eb at Easy Peasy Foodie.
These hazelnut & white chocolate brownies from Proper Foodie must be the smartest brownies ever.
Miss GF makes a stupendous gluten free chocolate fudge cake and Kate blogs about it at the Gluten Free Alchemist.
Now what could be more perfect for Valentine’s Day than a cake with a heart running through it? Valentine Surprise Cake from Baking in Franglais.
These vegan chocolate & peanut butter caramel brownies from Kat at The Baking Explorer sound almost healthy and definitely delicious.
Late night munchies are now resolved with this chocolate chip skillet cookie over at Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary – all I need is a skillet!
February is the perfect month to enjoy seasonal blood oranges. I couldn’t resist making a blood orange chocolate cake, even though you can’t see the colour.
With three birthdays in a row and a raging hangover, this cheer fear chocolate birthday cake is the go to one over at ApplyToFaceBlog.
Can’t decide between chocolate or vanilla? Go for this chocolate & vanilla vegan marble cake from The Peachicks Bakery.
It’s always useful to get a bit of extra veg into your bakes I find. Shaeen from A2K – A Seasonal Veg Table has done just that with these parsnip white chocolate blondies.
Just in case you’re in the fortunate position of having leftover chocolates, why not take a leaf out of Elinor’s book and bake some hidden chocolate brownies?
Some more hearts for Valentines Day with these chocolate blackberry cupcakes from Johanna at Green Gourmet Giraffe.
This self saucing Malteser mug cake from Sarah at Tales from the Kitchen Shed is, and I quote, “the best individual self saucing pudding recipe ever”!
When Charlotte over at Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen says these are Easy Chocolate Cupcakes, I’m not sure I believe her. But then my piping skills are rubbish. They certainly look good.
Vegan chocolate tart made with coconut milk and flavoured with orange from Tasty Kaiti’s Yummy Vegan Kitchen
Another super malted recipe. This double chocolate & Irish Cream malted milkshake from Munchies and Munchkins has my name written all over it.
To the pancake rescue comes Chris over at Thinly Spread with these luscious double chocolate orange pancakes served with orange blossom cream.
There’s a lot of double chocolate going on this month and for 23 loved up chocolate recipes, this is just what I want to see. Double chocolate chip cupcakes from Baked to Imperfection.
And some incredibly delicious gluten free chocolate chip pancakes from Camilla at Fab Food 4 All to finish us off nicely.