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Grown-up rocky road

Photo: Martin Poole

Grown-up rocky road: Lucy Jessop's naughty chocolate squares are far too good for children.

As featured in Sainsbury's magazine.

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Flourless chocolate torte

Flourless chocolate torte: no flour, no problem - just go nuts (some people say that ground almonds make for a better, moister torte, anyway).

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Triple chocolate brownies

Photo: Karen Thomas

Butternut chocolate pecan cakericher and more nutty than an eccentric billionaire, this jaw-dropping cake by Sarah Randell is perfect for a special occasion - teatime, for example.

As featured in Sainsbury's magazine.

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Chocolate and chestnut bars

Photo: Jonathan Gregson

Chocolate and chestnut bars: less pick-me-up, more seduce-me-now, these scrumptious delights by Yotam Ottolenghi are impossible to resist.

As featured in Sainsbury's magazine.

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Butternut chocolate pecan cake

Triple chocolate brownies: the ultimate brownie recipe - crisp on the outside, soft and gooey in the middle, these chocolatey treats are everything a brownie should be, and are easy enough for the kids to make, too (hint, hint).

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Chocolate cake

 Photo: Jonathan Gregson

Chocolate cake: this beauty by Skye Gyngell is sweet, dark and sludgy with a contrasting American-style topping of whipped cream cheese, icing sugar and butter. Be warned - it'll keep you coming back for more.

As featured in Sainsbury's magazine.

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Chocolate and cherry cheesecake brownies

Chocolate and cherry cheesecake brownies: Chocolate. Cheesecake. Brownies. 'Nuff said.

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Chocolate soufflés

Chocolate soufflés: light, fluffy and easy to make, these heavenly chocolate pots really are the food of love. Check out Raymond Blanc's top tips for successful soufflés.