21 chocolate chip recipes to satiate your sweet tooth – Yardbarker

Chocolate chips are something we always have on hand. We frequently cook breakfast with them, bake with them, or eat them straight out of the bag. They’re both delicious and versatile, and come in numerous varieties, so they can be included in a lot of different recipes. Chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, mini chocolate chips, and chocolate chunks are all welcome here, in these 21 recipes to satiate your sweet tooth.

 

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Cannoli

Cannoli

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We don’t consider our cannoli to be complete until the filling that spills out both ends of the pastry is covered in chocolate chips. (Bonus points if the chocolate chips are mixed right into the filling!) You can buy premade pastry shells, or make the entire dessert from scratch using this recipe from Cooking Classy.

 

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Chewy blondies

Chewy blondies

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Blondies are essentially brownies without the chocolate—but that only pertains to the batter. It’s absolutely acceptable to still use chocolate chips, and they’re listed as an optional ingredient in this chewy blondie recipe from Broma Bakery. The type of chip is also totally up to you; you can use milk, dark, white, or whatever!

 

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Chewy chocolate chip granola bars

Chewy chocolate chip granola bars

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Chocolate cake

Chocolate cake

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A half-cup serving of cocoa powder provides the chocolate for the cake portion of this fudgy recipe from Cafe Delites, but the ganache is made entirely of chocolate chips and heavy cream. It’s moist and delicious, and can be made in one bowl with no beaters, mixers, or sifters needed!

 

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Chocolate chip banana bread

Chocolate chip banana bread

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Chocolate chip cheesecake

Chocolate chip cheesecake

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Chocolate chip cookies

Chocolate chip cookies

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Well of course we’d have to include a chocolate chip cookie recipe. And not just any chocolate chip cookie recipe, but the BEST chocolate chip cookie recipe. And there’s some support for that name because this recipe from Joy Food Sunshine gets a perfect 5.0 rating from thousands of reviews.

 

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Chocolate chip cookie bars

Chocolate chip cookie bars

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Chocolate chip pancakes

Chocolate chip pancakes

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What’s that Jim Gaffigan quote? Something like, “Young man, you’re not having cake for breakfast—you’re having fried cake with syrup.” Yes, anytime you make or otherwise eat a stack of pancakes for breakfast, it’s a treat. Reward yourself a little more by making this chocolate chip pancake recipe from Tornadough Alli.

 

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Chocolate chip scones

Chocolate chip scones

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People sometimes equate scones with muffin tops, and that’s a fair comparison because both are soft and fluffy on the inside and a little crispy on the outside. We’ll take either breakfast baked goods, especially if they have chocolate chips in them. We’ll get to the muffin recipe later, so here’s one for scones, courtesy of The Two Peas & Their Pod.

 

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Chocolate chip waffles

Chocolate chip waffles

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Chocolate chip waffles can be an even bigger treat than pancakes, as the pockets in the waffles can catch the extra chocolate chips that you add on top. (You’re adding extra chocolate chips on top, right?) That means you’ll need even more chips than the half-cup called for in this recipe from Baking Mischief.

 

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Chocolate croissant

Chocolate croissant

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Chocolate mousse

Chocolate mousse

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Chocolate mousse seems like a complicated dessert (probably because the word “mousse” looks and sounds kinda fancy), but it’s simple to make. This version from Celebrating Sweets only requires chocolate chips, heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract, and takes just 15 minutes to make, not including the chilling time.

 

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Chocolate pudding

Chocolate pudding

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Have you ever made chocolate pudding from scratch? It tastes better, is more satisfying to prepare, and is still very easy! Check out this recipe from Celebrating Sweets, which can be made in fewer than 15 minutes.

 

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Double chocolate brownies

Double chocolate brownies

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Add some texture—and yes, extra chocolate—to your next batch of brownies by opting for double chocolate brownies. This recipe from Taste of Home calls for two heaping cups of chocolate chips or chunks and has the word “ultimate” in the name.

 

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Double chocolate muffins

Double chocolate muffins

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These decadent double chocolate muffins are sure to be a hit for your next breakfast, whether you’re trying to impress your family, your friends, or just your own taste buds. The Busy Baker has a fantastic recipe, which includes some tips to fully cook your muffins while also keeping them fluffy.

 

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Energy bites

Energy bites

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There’s no added sugar, flour, or butter in these energy bites, which instead use oats, coconut, peanut butter, flaxseed, honey, vanilla, and chocolate chips. They also don’t require baking, even though, ironically, the recipe is from Gimme Some Oven.

 

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Mint chocolate chip ice cream

Mint chocolate chip ice cream

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The best chocolate chip ice cream is mint chocolate chip, and if you have an ice cream maker, you can make it at home! This version from Allrecipes is billed as “easy,” so don’t be intimidated!

 

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Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies

Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies

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Some people are against the concept of oatmeal cookies because they typically come with raisins—but they don’t have to! Oatmeal cookies can just as easily be made with chocolate chips, like in this recipe from Preppy Kitchen. (Also, raisins are delicious…what’s the problem?)

 

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Sinful chocolate pizza

Sinful chocolate pizza

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If this chocolate pizza from Cleobuttera is truly sinful, then to heck with our diet! Not only is this a pizza made with chocolate, but it’s sort of like a giant s’more. The graham cracker is in dough form, the marshmallow is a bunch of miniatures, and the chocolate is Nutella with three types of chips: semisweet chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate.

 

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White chocolate macadamia nut cookies

White chocolate macadamia nut cookies

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One of the most classic white chocolate desserts is the white chocolate macadamia cookie. And as this recipe from Preppy Kitchen will show you, if you have the two obvious ingredients, all you need is butter, sugar, egg, vanilla, flour, baking powder, baking soda, corn starch, and salt.

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