20 Recipes for Chocolate Lovers

By , SparkPeople Blogger
Chocolate is heavenly, not just as a sweet treat, but also as an ingredient that adds flavor and richness to a variety of cuisines. It also contains a wide assortment of vitamins and minerals, including potassium, sodium, iron, fluorine and vitamins A, B1, C, D, and E. Be choosy about your chocolate, being careful about how the amount of calories, sugar, and fat. When kept it moderation, it's a great option on its own, or match it up with fruits, spices and nuts. For all you chocolate lovers, I’ve gathered SparkRecipes best healthy chocolate-paired recipes. 

Chocolate + Coconut

Chocolate + Peanut ButterChocolate + Mint

Chocolate + Coffee
Chocolate + Berry

Chocolate + Orange
Chocolate + Banana
More Chocolate Resources from SparkPeople:What is your favorite chocolate combination?

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Anything with chocolate is in serious trouble around me lol. But I do like my dark chocolate the best.

Think I might make the chocolate/orange fudge for my husband since he likes orange. Report
I am in chocolate heaven! Thank you! ♥ Report
I really don't care that much about chocolate. Report
Anything with coconut - I'm on the bandwagon :) Report
I'm interested in looking at some of the recipe collections, but I tried a couple of links and they didn't work. Report
Thank you for sharing loves the choices. Report
I love peanut butter. I think I will try some of the peanut butter recipies Report
I seem to have lost much of my sweet tooth- I think I tend to gravitate towards savoury /salty snacks. I generally might have an occasional chocolate bar and or granola bar.
I find it nearly impossible to completely avoid sweeties. I thank you for adding some good "in moderation" choices. Report