While The Artist and I are celebrating my extended birthday, today I am sharing my ten Favorite Chocolate Birthday Desserts recipes – a collection of luscious cakes you could use to celebrate your own birthdays! These are all wonderful ways to share your passion for chocolate and baking. I hope you love every one of these sweets!
There is something for everyone in these beautiful 10 favorite chocolate birthday desserts recipes. From classic chocolate cakes and cheesecake, to bundt cake and cupcakes and donuts. It is a great collection of recipes that you will want to refer to often!
Now, without any further ado, here are my treats for all of you!
This Chocolate and Whipped Cream Layer Cake is a delightful way to celebrate any occasion. Light and airy sweetened whipped cream filling for a luscious chocolate layer cake is the thing that dreams are made of!
These tempting luxurious Blood Orange Chocolate Cupcakes are the perfect treat for any special occasion. Especially with their blood orange glaze, the icing on the proverbial cake. They are addicting and beautiful!
Do you love German Chocolate Cake? Try this version made in a bundt pan with the frosting in the center. This German Chocolate Bundt Cake is lovely for special occasions and casual meals. Being easy to transport makes it perfect for picnics, parties, and potlucks!
You will love this recipe – a luscious, moist chocolate cake with the surprising ingredient, pumpkin, and the most amazing frosting. This is the absolute perfect dessert all year long!
Rich espresso chocolate brownies surround your favorite ice cream for a fun and delicious dessert. These Espresso Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches are sure to become a family favorite. They are perfect for all your weekend BBQs this summer!
These tempting luxurious brownies are the perfect treat for any special occasion. Especially with their white chocolate blood orange glaze, the icing on the proverbial cake. They are impossible to resist and beautiful!
Celebrate being an honorary Irish citizen with this Root Beer Chocolate Bundt Cake! Rich, moist, packed with chocolate flavor and a hint of being spiked with Bailey’s Irish Cream. You’ll have a hard time not nibbling on piece after piece – it is so good!
You are going to love these addicting Toffee Topped Chocolate Dipped Butter Cookies. They are lovely sugar cookies, dipped in melted chocolate and then sprinkled with chopped toffee covered almonds. Don’t miss these winners!!
Take the childhood favorite Almond Joy candy bars and elevate them to an elegant, delicious, and addicting dessert – you will love this chilly, sweet Coconut and Chocolate Cheesecake with Candied Almonds all summer long!
Vanilla Donuts with a White Chocolate Glaze are a lovely way to kick off your celebrations! These mini donuts are just the right size to have a couple and not feel like you’ve overindulged.
It is wonderful to have these 10 Favorite Chocolate Birthday Desserts all collected in one place – it makes it much easier for you to find them when you need a fun recipe to make!
Did you enjoy these recipes? Let me know in the comments, I love hearing from you!
When you see your favorite chocolates on sale, stock up and save money! That way you’ll always have it on hand when you need to make chocolate for yourself, your friends, and family!
Whenever possible, weigh your dry ingredients, especially your flour blend, for the most consistent results. Once you get used to it, you’ll find it much easier and faster than using measuring cups!
You can adjust any recipe to gluten-free by using 120 grams per cup of my favorite gluten-free flour blend. If you are using another brand of gluten-free flour, whisk the mix, spoon it lightly into a measuring cup until mounded, level off the top with a straight edge, and weigh the flour left in the cup. Use that weight as your standard per cup of that specific flour. Do this for each flour blend you use. Commercial blends such as Pamela’s, Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1, or King Arthur Measure for Measure are all good choices.
*NOTE: The major gluten-free organizations have declared that distilled alcohols are gluten free. But some distillers may use caramel coloring or flavorings which sometimes contain gluten. For some very sensitive people this may cause issues. If you are making this cake for a very reactive person, or if they have Celiac disease, you can use potato vodka plus a little brown sugar in place of the liquor called for.
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