5 Chocolate Desserts For Thanksgiving That Your Guests Will Remember

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5 chocolate desserts for thanksgiving that are easy to make and just as easy to eat!

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate your friends and family. And what better way to do so by making chocolate desserts?

#1 Chocolate Tart – By The Flavor Bender

If you have chocolate lovers in your family, this chocolate tart is sure to please! It is so rich and decadent and velvety smooth. Perfect with a cup of black coffee or a night cap to finish off the night.

I’ve made this recipe so many times and it always turns out amazing!

The last time I made this, instead of the crust in this recipe, I found chocolate biscottis and made a crust from those with sugar and butter. It was to die for! I’ll have to create a recipe for this soon!

To see the recipe for this chocolate tart, click here

#2 Chocolate Bundt Cake – By Two Peas and Their Pod

This recipe was responsible for making me go on a Bundt cake kick for a few months.

The bundt cake is incredibly chocolatey, soft and moist. If you’re looking to impress, this cake will do it! I had so many people asking for the recipe by the end of the night.

What is even better than the taste of the cake is how easy it is to make! Every time I’ve mad it, it has turned out perfect.

I know Bundt cake pans can be finicky. As long as you grease it really well, it works well. If you don’t have a Bundt cake pan, I would suggest this: https://www.amazon.com/Nordic-Ware-80677-Heritage-Bundt/dp/B06VSRGX41/

Make sure you use really good chocolate for the glaze and use Dutch process cocoa for the cake. I also used sour cream each time, but Greek yogurt should be fine as well.

See the recipe here

#3 Oreo Truffles – by The Pioneer Woman

I have some people in my friends and family group that really don’t like chocolate much. For those people, these Oreo truffles have been a hit!

Dip them in dark chocolate, white chocolate or what ever kind of coating people like – and make a lot because they will be gone quickly!

See the recipe here

#4 Chocolate Mousse – By Once Upon A Chef

Chocolate mousse is something that always surprises and delights guests – especially if you serve it in those fancy looking mousse glasses.

Although it may sound intimidating, this mouse recipe is pretty simple. You can put together this mousse within 20 minutes.

Just keep in mind it takes about 2 hours to set so you want to make sure you plan accordingly! It can also be made a day ahead of time.

See the recipe here

#5 Chocolate Pumpkin Pie – By A Table Full Of Joy

It’s not thanksgiving without something with pumpkin, right?

This pie celebrates pumpkin flavor and elevates it with chocolate!

This is definitely a unique recipe but worth trying!

See the recipe here

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