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Our Favorite Chocolate Recipes

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Chocolate chip cookies, hot fudge sundaes, pretzel M&M's, and my grandmother's chocolate cake....mmmmm. If I had to pick, I'd say these are a few of my favorite ways to enjoy the sweet, rich ingredient we all know and love, chocolate. Next week, we're celebrating Chocolate Week all five days here on Martha Stewart Living Radio and I have to say, I'm a little excited. On each of our shows, we'll be chatting with bakers, pastry chefs, and chocolatiers about the many ways we can use and indulge in chocolate. They'll share recipes and offer tips and we'll be blogging about all of it. For a complete list of who will be on throughout the week, see our individual show schedules.

In preparation for the week, I asked the members of Team MSLR to send me their favorite chocolate recipes. Here's our list:
Chocolate Crackle Cookies - Naomi Gabay, producer, "Living Today"
Cheesecake Brownies
- Jennifer Sendrow, producer, "Whole Living" and "Cooking with Emeril"
Chocolate Cake with Milk-Chocolate Crunch and Caramel Sauce
- Katie Macpherson, producer, "Morning Living"
Double Chocolate Cookies
- Michael King, producer, "Home Design" and "Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer"
Supernatural Brownies
- Sandy Gluck, cohost, "Everyday Food"
Cocoa Nut Butter Cookies
- Maggie Mistal, host, "Making a Living"
Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Jillian Macdonald, MSLR online editor
Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwiches (gluten-free) - Terri Trespicio, host, "Whole Living"

Comments (4)

  • The chocolate chip cookie recipe link (Jillian Macdonald) goes to Maggie Mistals website?

  • Sandy Gluck was on Sirius radio today and gave out her hot fudge sauce recipe and now I can't find it on line. Can you give me the recipe?

  • Still waiting for a response for the chocolate fudge sauce that Sandy Gluck talked about on the radio blog. Please post the recipe. Thank you.

  • Can't find chocolate cake recipe on radio today given by hosts mom
    Erica

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