The Chocolate Addict's Baking Book

Calling all chocoholicscome satisfy your sweet tooth, indulge in your all-time favorites and discover new ways to get your fix with 75 diverse chocolate-based desserts from Sabine Venier, the founder of Also The Crumbs Please.

Sabine shares standout takes on classic fudgy desserts as well as creative, interesting twists on treats that readers know and love, including:
• Cherry Cheesecake Swirl Chocolate Brownies
• Chocolate-Covered Tiramisu Truffles
• Mind-Blowing Chocolate Fudge Birthday Layer Cake
• Chile Chocolate Lava Cakes
• Glazed Bacon Chocolate Donuts
• The Ultimate Mississippi Chocolate Mud Pie
• No-Bake White Chocolate–Mango Cheesecake
• Earl Grey Chai–Poached Pears Dark Chocolate Cake
• Ultraflaky Chocolate Croissants (Pain au Chocolat)

Perfect for bakers looking for that next great chocolaty recipe or as a gift for the chocolate addict in your life, this book will satisfy every craving.

Sample recipes from The Chocolate Addict's Baking Book

Chili Chocolate Lava Cakes

Hands down, these cakes are one of my absolute favorite desserts. I dont know what it is that makes me so stupid about them because they are so simple, but just thinking about the gooey hot and liquid chocolate makes me weak. This recipe is so easy to make, and you will be rewarded big time for making it.

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Cherry Cheesecake Swirl Chocolate Brownies

Editor's Note Cherry cheesecake brownies are one of those desserts that's so brilliant you'll wonder why you didn't think to make it sooner. Bright cherry flavor combines with creamy cheesecake and rich chocolate. Each bite tastes like heaven. And because they're brownies, you know that they're easy to make, store, and transport. Cherry cheesecake brownies are the perfect dessert to have on hand for an after-dinner treat, an after-school snack, or an anytime indulgence. Get yourself ready for this ridiculously delicious chocolate treat. This recipe combines a couple of my favorite flavorscherries, cream cheese and, of course, chocolate! I mean, whats not to love here? I think that this is the ultimate dessert to celebrate cherry season and beyond. Always try to go for fresh cherries if possible, but dont worry if theyre not in season. You can use either fresh or frozen cherries for these brownies. Even pickled cherries work! Just make sure to thaw frozen cherries or drain pickled cherries before you add them.

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