Sunday, August 24, 2014

Sinfully Rich Dark Chocolate Crepe Recipes

Gourmands with a mature palate love dark chocolate. Whether it's a rich mousse or a dark chocolate ganache cake, you can't go wrong. With this in mind, dark chocolate lovers can rejoice that there is also a chocolate crepe trend spreading across the U.S. 

Normally, crepes are made with a special flour or wheat-based batters but recently more foodies are adding cocoa into their crepe mix recipes. 

Foods rich with dark chocolate are often chock full of antioxidants, and with a healthy dosage of iron. So don't feel bad when you snack on a sinfully rich dark chocolate crepe: especially if it's one of these densely delectable crepe recipes that we found for you to salivate over.

1.) Dark Chocolate Crepes Stuffed With Chocolate Raspberry Ganache
This is a popular no-bake dessert that you can freeze up and use for the future. Not only that but remember to use organic Raspberry Jam to add a fruity touch to your crepes. Click here for recipe.

2.) Espresso Crepes with Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce
If you need a caffeine pick me up for the day, this is the perfect recipe for you. It's simple to make and the semi-sweet chocolate used will easily assuage your chocolate cravings. Click here for recipe.

3.) Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter and Strawberry Crepes
A great way to treat yourself is to make this recipe with dark chocolate peanut butter cups, strawberries, and with confection sugar. Click here for recipe.

4.) Coconut Flour Chocolate Crepes
This is the perfect recipe for you if you love ultra thin paleo crepes. This stunning recipe uses all natural ingredients, a dollop of dairy-free strawberry marscapone, and a drizzle of dark chocolate sauce. Click here for recipe.

5.) Dark Chocolate Crepes with Blueberry Cream
To make this recipe all the more decadent, consider adding dark chocolate mousse, with a medley of berries inside. Click here for recipe. 

Do you have a rich, dark chocolate crepe recipe that you love to make? If so, feel free to share it down below.