Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we're all about ooey gooey sinfully decadent chocolate desserts!

Over 20 Decadent Chocolate Desserts | Food Bloggers of Canada

We've all given in at some point in our lives. You know what I'm talking about - that dessert on the menu that you know you can't possibly eat on your own because it will be so rich and decadent and over the top and full of chocolateIf you were feeling generous you might ask for extra spoons to share with your friends but, deep in your heart, you really wanted it all to yourself.

We know... we've been there.

In Vancouver there was even a small chain called Death By Chocolate. It was one of the only places in town you could go for an over the top, perfect chocolate dessert any time of day. Alas, they have all since closed (they had the best chocolate cake).

But, that's ok because we've hit the jackpot here with this new chocolate dessert recipe collection that will satisfy those cravings. Some of them take a little extra time in the kitchen but some of them are surprisingly easy to whip up like the unassumingly named Chocolate Vanilla Ice Box cake from Delicious on a Dime or Dish 'n' The Kitchen's Chocolate Biscuit Cake.

If you love the chocolate/citrus flavour combo you'll want to check out the Chocolate Orange Tart from Sweet Lizzy or Food Nouveau's Blood Orange Chocolate Fondant Cakes. There's lots of tarts to sample - many of them vegan and gluten-free. And for something elegant try Urb'n'Spice's Chocolate Torte With Feuillette or Chef Sous Chef's Port Poached Pear Chocolate Cake.

And for something really different, there's Chocolate and Connie's Melting Chocolate Orbs or Celebrations Generation's Chocolate Dessert Ravioli.  There's lots to choose from - over the top cakes, fudge, creme brûlées, mousses, and truffles.  However you want to get your creamy, rich chocolate fix, you'll find something perfect here.

Any may we remind you that Valentine's Day is coming soon? Why not make one of these over the top decadent chocolate desserts and break out a second spoon to share with somebody important in your life? (can we just say we're available??).

Of course, if you just need to reward yourself for a job well done - like remembering to get the garbage to the curb on time, these are perfectly acceptable ways to say "great job".

Decadent Over The Top Chocolate Desserts

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • No Bake Chocolate Biscuit Cake With Amaretto Whip Cream

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This **[No Bake Chocolate Biscuit Cake](https://www.dishnthekitchen.com/2018/11/14/no-bake-chocolate-biscuit-cake/)** from** Dish 'n' the Kitchen** looks completely over the top but it's only 4 ingredients and remarkably easy to put together. Nobody will know you weren't slaving over a hot stove!

  • Melting Chocolate Orbs

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    These **[Magical Melting Chocolate Orbs](http://www.chocolateandconnie.com/melting-chocolate-orbs/)** from Chocolate and Connie are just that - magic! Her version consists of a yuzu cake base topped with a yuzu mousse all encased in a dark chocolate shell. Hot chocolate ganache poured over the shell melts the orbs!

  • Chocolate Orange Tart (vegan)

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    If you love the flavour combo of orange and chocolate then this **[Chocolate Orange Tart](https://sweetlizzy.ca/orange-chocolate-tart-paleo-vegan/)** from **Sweet Lizzy** is for you. The toasted, salted chocolate crust holds a luscious, ultra smooth chocolate orange filling. And it's vegan and paleo (so dairy-free and gluten-free but still ultra decadent!).

  • Port Poached Pear Chocolate Cake

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This perfectly elegant **[Port Poached Pear Chocolate Cake](https://www.chefsouschef.com/port-poached-pear-chocolate-cake/)** from **Chef Sous Chef** will impress any guest but you'll be impressed by how perfectly simple it is to make. With a flourless chocolate cake as a base, port soaked pears and crumbled blue cheese to top it all off it's a refined flavour combination that will delight!

  • Chocolate Chia Jam Cups

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    These **[Chocolate Chia Jam Cups](https://naughtynutrition.co/recipes/chocolate-chia-jam-cups/)** with a sprinkle of sea salt from **Naughty Nutrition** are so ooey gooey decadent looking that it's hard to believe they're actually healthy (don't tell anyone - this is supposed to be pure indulgence in this recipe collection!).

  • Easy Chocolate Vanilla Icebox Cake

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Now an icebox cake may not sound like it's going to be decadent but this **[Chocolate Vanilla Icebox Cake](https://deliciousonadime.com/easy-chocolate-vanilla-icebox-cake/)** from **Delicious on a Dime** combines chocolate pudding, vanilla pudding, whip cream and cream cheese with vanilla wafers for fluffy rich and chocolatey dessert.

  • Blood Orange and Dark Chocolate Fondant Cakes

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Another orange and chocolate duo - it's a popular flavour combo for good reason. It's delicious! These **[Blood Orange Dark Chocolate Fondant Cakes](http://foodnouveau.com/recipes/desserts/cakes-pies/blood-orange-chocolate-fondant-cakes/)** from **Food Nouveau** are perfect for sharing. The blood orange syrup oozes over the gooey chocolatey cakes make it an indulgent treat!

  • Chocolate Ravioli

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    We love the unexpected and the unusual and when we saw **Celebration Generation**'s **[Chocolate Ravioli](http://www.celebrationgeneration.com/blog/2012/01/12/chocolate-dessert-ravioli/)** we were intrigued! With a dreamy, boozy ricotta filling and drizzled with one of the sauce options that come with the recipe this makes for an impressive dessert to serve to somebody special!

  • Chocolate Rum Creme Brûlée

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Creme Brûlée makes for a beautiful dessert that makes for adorable individual portions. This **[Chocolate Rum Creme Brûlée](https://www.bakersbeans.ca/chocolate-rum-creme-brulee/)** from **Bakers Beans** makes for a chocolate-y twist on a classic. Because who doesn't love breaking through that crunchy candied crust to get to the goodness underneath?

  • Chocolate Tart

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This stunning **[No Bake Chocolate Tart](https://leelalicious.com/no-bake-chocolate-tart-vegan-gluten-free-paleo/)** from **Leelalicious** is easier to make than you think! (We love anything that's "No Bake"). And look at how a spectacular berry garnish can elevate this simple tart to something exquisitely beautiful.

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Neil Corke
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Your email referencing this should contain a warning about food porn for readers like myself who are on a diet!

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