5 Unique Fall Chocolate Dessert Recipes

Fall is the perfect time of year to cozy up with a blanket and enjoy a sweet treat. Here are a few fall chocolate desserts you’ll love to break out at your next get-together.

1. Pumpkin Chocolate Cheesecake

The classic flavors of fall come together in this widespread favorite. Create a stunning marbled effect in your cheesecake by splitting your batter into two-thirds pumpkin cheesecake and one-third chocolate cheesecake. Pour the pumpkin into your cake pan, add chocolate batter made with ROYCE’ Pure Chocolate on top, and use a toothpick to swirl the batters together!


2. Salted Caramel Florentines Dipped in Chocolate

While florentines aren’t as common in the United States, our British friends overseas love them! This thin, crispy cookie typically features almonds and fruit, with a light drizzle of chocolate on top, or a chocolate-dipped bottom. For a unique fall treat, dip the bottoms in white chocolate and add salted caramel to this cookie—you’ll be sure to impress!


3. Colorful Chocolate Bark

Whether you’re celebrating Halloween, or your favorite football team, this no-bake treat is easy to spruce up with colorful sprinkles and candies to celebrate a special day. This season, try topping it with pieces of our new Halloween-themed Chocolate Wafers “Pumpkin Cream.”  


4. Cinnamon Apple White Chocolate Cake

Cinnamon apples scream “fall”! Get this cake done superbly by adding melted white chocolate to your frosting, and/or white chocolate chunks to the cake batter to give an extra sweet surprise.


5. Chocolate Pecan Pie

This super simple pie will taste like you spent all day on it! Delicious, high quality chocolate, like our Pure Chocolate “Venezuela Bitter & Ghana Sweet,” adds the perfect bittersweet twist to this fall favorite.


Get creative with your favorite fall desserts and don’t forget to shop at ROYCE’ Chocolate while you’re at it! Our exquisite Japanese-made confections from Hokkaido will definitely make dessert time more luxe.

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