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Layered Chocolate Cheesecake with Oreo Crust - No Bake - Recipe from Yummiest Food Cookbook

Layered Chocolate Cheesecake with Oreo Crust - No Bake - Recipe from Yummiest Food Cookbook

How to make 6 ingredient chocolate lava cakes with easy step-by-step photos and a how-to video! EASY recipe on sallysbakingaddiction.com

How to make 6 ingredient chocolate lava cakes with easy step-by-step photos and a how-to video! EASY recipe on sallysbakingaddiction.com

Delicious "bakery style" chocolate banana muffins made a bit healthier -- lots of mashed up banana, Greek yogurt, and far less sugar!

Delicious "bakery style" chocolate banana muffins made a bit healthier -- lots of mashed up banana, Greek yogurt, and far less sugar!

Tiramisu gets a little makeover in this ice cream cake - your favorite coffee dessert perfect for summer! Ice cream is pretty much my least favorite dessert. Okay. WHOA who whoa. Sit down. Don’t throw...

Tiramisu gets a little makeover in this ice cream cake - your favorite coffee dessert perfect for summer! Ice cream is pretty much my least favorite dessert. Okay. WHOA who whoa. Sit down. Don’t throw...

This pudding can be served warm, room temperature, or cold. To chill, let cool completely, then cover with plastic wrap, and refrigerate at least one hour or overnight.

This pudding can be served warm, room temperature, or cold. To chill, let cool completely, then cover with plastic wrap, and refrigerate at least one hour or overnight.

Rather than toasting the bread (a common technique to encourage the bread to soak up as much liquid as possible), I find that softer fresh or partially stale bread works better to soak up the thick chocolate liquid. After the chewy chunks of French bread are fully drenched, even more bits of chocolate are stuffed into the crevices before the pudding goes in for the bake.

Rather than toasting the bread (a common technique to encourage the bread to soak up as much liquid as possible), I find that softer fresh or partially stale bread works better to soak up the thick chocolate liquid. After the chewy chunks of French bread are fully drenched, even more bits of chocolate are stuffed into the crevices before the pudding goes in for the bake.