At Celebrations.com, we are huge fans of anything that comes in the form of cake. Add some serious amounts of chocolate and we're all over it! February 27th is National Chocolate Cake Day, so why not celebrate with our top 10 sinfully sweet desserts!
This Toasted Marshmallow Hot Fudge Cake from Kristan of Confessions of a Cookbook Queen is the perfect ooey gooey way to celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day! Topped with hot fudge and marshmallow creme, you won't be able to stop at just one slice.
Shumaila of Experiements of a Housewife was not kidding when she dubbed this recipe the most dangerous chocolate cake ever. This 5 minute mug cake is loaded with Nutella and a dash of espresso powder.
Who doesn't love a good Devil's Food cupcake? Gloria of The Ginger Snap Girl whipped up these sinful treats with a fluffy Angel frosting that will surely cure your chocolate craving!
This Chocolate Mocha Cake With Raspberry Cream Filling by Valerie of une Gamine dans la Cuisine encompasses the decadance of a true chocolate dessert paired perfectly with a sweet raspberry filling and a chocolate marshmallow cream frosting!
Next time you are making a chocolate cake, why not incorporate fresh strawberries into your buttercream frosting! Krissy of Krissy's Creations loads up her frosting with strawberries for a fruity bite!
Chocolate, coconut and cream are three ingredients we love to see together. This Chocolate Coconut Cake may be vegan, but it certainly does not lack in flavor or texture! Molly of Eat, Run, Read makes it with coconut cream cheese frosting and tops it all off with a layer of toasted coconut!
Tracy of shutterbean suggests putting "EAT MORE CHOCOLATE" on your New Year's resolution list and we couldn't agree more! This Chocolate Sour Cream Bundt Cake is the perfect dense, chocolatey dessert. Cover it with a bittersweet chocolate glaze and prepare to enter chocolate heaven.
If you're looking for a healthy twist on your favorite cake, try this Chocolate Beet Cake with Beet Cream Cheese Frosting by Joy of Joy the Baker! Don't let all the beet talk make you shy. This cake is moist and has just the right amount of sweetness!
These 2-Ingredient Chocolate Pumpkin Mini Cakes by Jennifer of Savoring the Thyme are made with chocolate cake and pumpkin puree. The recipe makes it easy for kids to help in the kitchen and they are the perfect delectable dessert bites!
This seriously looks like the cake of my dreams. Heather of Sprinkles Bakes combines homemade crepes and chocolate amaretto filling to make the ultimate chocolate cake!