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Chocolate lovers need to make this healthy take on Magnum ice cream bars from @thecanok. Banana nicecream gives you a serving of fruit for a healthier treat.

If you want to get a little protein into your summer snack, try these chocolate and graham cracker ice cream sandwiches from @justine_snacks. The Garden of Life protein powder will give you a boost with your treat. Add some marshmallows to the mix for a s’mores sandwich.

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Need something sweet to cool off on a long day? Make your own chocolate covered chunky peanut butter filled frozen bananas at home with this super simple recipe from @soyummy. These poolside snacks will be a hit with kids—if all the adults don’t eat them first.

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If you’re looking for a healthy breakfast that will satisfy the most serious chocolate craving, try this lave cake oats recipe from @clarasfooddiary. To make it, you’ll need ½ a banana, ½ cup oats, ½ cup milk, a tablespoon of chia seeds, ½ tablespoon of baking powder, a pinch of salt, a tablespoon of cacao powder, and a tablespoon of sweetener. Drop a square of chocolate in the middle before microwaving for that lava cake effect.

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Pre-made chocolate covered strawberries can be expensive, and they rarely taste as fresh as homemade. These chocolate covered pretzels and strawberries from TikTok creator @tanya_sagar are the perfect Mother’s Day treat.

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Porters are dark in color and have flavors of chocolate, coffee, caramel and nuts. The beer’s rich flavor is best paired with roasted or smoked foods like barbecue, sausages and blackened fish but they also pair well with desserts, like these peanut butter cookies. If you’re serving a Baltic Style Porter (a smooth and boozy beer with malt aromas of licorice and chocolate) try it with this prime rib recipe.

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Stouts are very dark beers that often have stronger roasted flavors than porters. Because of their rich, chocolate notes they’re a great beer to pair with dessert. If you’re serving an Imperial Stout, try pairing it with these chocolate truffles. If you’re serving an Oatmeal Stout, which has coffee-like aromas, pair it with these chocolate-espresso pizzelles.

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Thin Mints, perhaps the most iconic cookie in this pantheon, have gone through a number of name changes over the years according to Time magazine, including Cooky-Mints, Chocolate Mints and Cookie Mints. But since its debut in 1939, the idea has remained the same: Chocolate and mint taste great together. Naturally, this cookie is a winner.

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This cookie from ABC Bakers is by far the inferior S'more. The first ingredient in the other cookie is graham flour. The first ingredient in this one is sugar, and the difference shows. This one is too sweet, and lacks the nutty graham flavor of its cousin.

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Elle, an accomplished baker, has a recipe for every event in her life. But when she discovers her husband’s infidelity, she doesn’t know what to make of it. Jam, maybe? Fed up with the stale crumbs of her marriage, Elle revisits past recipes and the events that inspired them. A recipe for scones reminds her of her father’s death, cinnamon rolls signify the problematic courtship with her husband, and a batch of chocolate cookies casts Elle in a less-than-flattering light. As secrets from the past collide with the conflicts of the present, Elle struggles to manage her bakery business and maintain the relationships most important to her. In piecing her life back together, will Elle learn to take the bitter with the sweet?

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You can wrap them to pass out or carry around all day and slip a bite under your mask when you need a boost. This basic formula comes together easily and costs less to make than it does to buy a box of packaged bars at the supermarket.

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Do you enjoy chocolates while reading at home during the holidays? "Dreaming in Chocolate" is a heartwarming story of love, hot chocolate and one little girl's wish for her mother. With an endless supply of magical gifts and recipes from the hot chocolate cafe that Penelope Dalton runs alongside her mother, she is able to give her daughter almost everything she wants. The one sticking point is her daughter Ella's latest request: She wants to reconnect with her biological father who's back in town — years after breaking Penelope's heart. Now, she wonders if she made the right decision to keep the truth of their daughter from him. The other, more practical part of her, is determined to protect Ella from the same heartbreak. Now, as Christmas nears, Penelope must give in to her fate or face a future of regrets. Read our full review here.

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“If I’m baking with my grandsons, I’ll use chocolate chips, because they’re designed to hold their shape and not be super-soft and messy at room temperature. Otherwise, I like to use chunks, or chop up bars. If chocolate is the star, buy something good. It’s worth it. I like Callebaut, and I like Valrhona, if I can find it. If you’re going to melt chocolate, don’t overheat it. It doesn’t take much to melt chocolate, so don’t abuse it. Good white chocolate is expensive and can be hard to find, but it’s important to buy a good quality, because they often put so much garbage into it.”

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