Thanksgiving Chocolate Desserts And Other Options For You To Prepare

thanksgiving chocolate desserts

Thanksgiving dinners are known to be wholesome and hearty with delicious food but it is not complete without serving any sweet delicacies for dessert. Therefore, in this article, we will be listing recipes for thanksgiving chocolate desserts and they are as follows. This article contains recipes for chocolate desserts that can be served during Thanksgiving dinners.

Thanksgiving Chocolate Desserts – Chocolate Cookies

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This recipe is for a batch of twelve cookies and starts with the cookie batter being made using a cup of melted dark or milk chocolate as per preference, one egg, two-thirds of any sugar substitute, half a teaspoon of baking soda, and another half teaspoon of vanilla essence mixed into a bowl after preheating the oven at 350°F. When the mixture is smooth enough to be in a dough form, pour it on a cookie tray lined with baking paper in the desired shape and flatten them out using a fork. Then, bake the cookies for 12-15 minutes and serve after they are left to cool for approximately 20-30 minutes.

Thanksgiving Chocolate Desserts – Chocolate Greek Yogurt Ice Cream

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This low-carb ice cream is high in protein with no artificial sweetening and is made by first blending fat-free greek yogurt, cocoa powder, protein powder, any sugar substitute, and almond milk and is placed in the freezer. After an hour, mix it well with a spatula to evenly spread it to avoid freezing it and place it back in the freezer. Repeat this process every 30 minutes until the ice cream is creamy and smooth to one’s liking. It can be topped with fresh fruits or dried fruits if preferred.

Thanksgiving Chocolate Desserts – Almond Chocolate Fudge Rounds

These are prepared by first using an electric mixer to beat half a cup of softened butter, followed by three-fourth cups of any sugar substitute, one teaspoon of espresso coffee powder, three-fourth teaspoons of baking soda, two egg whites, 1 once of melted dark chocolate, one-third cup of plain low-fat yogurt, and half a teaspoon of almond extract until thoroughly mixed and let it sit in the refrigerator for an hour or two. Then preheat the oven to 350°F and shape the dough into 1-inch balls. Place them on cookie sheets leaving a gap of two inches between the balls and bake for 6-8 minutes until the edges are firm. While they’re still hot, use the back of a small spoon to indent the middle of these cookies and let them cool down for a bit. Now prepare the indentation filling by stirring an ounce of white baking chocolate on a saucepan over low heat until it’s completely melted and pour it into the indentations. Dip an almond at the top as a final topping and to get a crispy and crunchy flavor even with the first bite.


You might want to get some tips before your plan for the dessert options are going to present to your guests on Thanksgiving Day. We hope you’ll try these recipes out soon and enjoy these sweet treats with your loved ones if you haven’t already!

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