Looking for delicious recipes using melted chocolate chips? Make baked goods, frosting, and fudge. Plus dip, dunk, drizzle, and decorate with melted chocolate.
If you believe melted chocolate chips are like liquid gold, we speak the same chocolatey language. You will love all the ways you can bake, drip, drizzle, and decorate with ooey, gooey melted chocolate chips.
There are oodles of recipes for melted chocolate chips. So grab a spoon (fork or whisk), and let's dive in to this molten magic. Your sweet tooth is waiting.
See all the dessert recipes.
- Baked Goods with Melted Chocolate
- Lava Cakes
- Double Chocolate Cookies
- Chocolate Muffins
- Chocolate Pancakes
- Chocolate Cake
- Chocolate Quick Bread
- Chocolate Cheesecake
- Chocolate Pop Tarts
- Chocolate Cupcakes
- Swirled Chocolate Meringues
- S'mores Dip
- Double Chocolate Cookie Bars
- Cooked and Noncooked Melted Chocolate Recipes
- Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting
- Chocolate Mousse
- Chocolate Sauce
- Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
- Foolproof Nestle Chocolate Chips Fudge
- Hot Chocolate with Chocolate Chips
- Chocolate Mug Cake
- No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
- Chocolate Rice Krispies Treats
- Chocolate Whipped Cream
- Chocolate Waffles
- Chocolate Pie
- Chocolate Pudding
- Chocolate Fountain
- Chocolate Granola Bars
- Chocolate Ice Cream
- Chocolate Haystacks
- Chocolate-Covered Creations
- Chocolate Nuts
- Chocolate-Covered Fruit
- Chocolate-Covered Candy
- Chocolate-Covered Bites
- Decadent Dipped Desserts
- Chocolate-Dipped Fruit
- Chocolate-Dipped Cookies
- Dipped Treats
- Waffle Cones
- Savory Bites
- Dipped Granola Bars
- Dipped Bowls, Cones, Cups, and Glasses
- Drizzled Delights
- Chocolate Popcorn
- White Chocolate Chex Mix with M&M's
- Chocolate Pretzels
- Easy Dessert Skewers with Fruit and Cake
- Decorations Galore
- Chocolate Decorations
- Chocolate Bowl
- Get Your Chocolate Education
Baked Goods with Melted Chocolate
Indulge in scrumptious baked goods, oozing with melted chocolate.
Cooked and Noncooked Melted Chocolate Recipes
Some of these melted chocolate recipes don't need to be cooked. And others can be cooked on the stove or in the microwave.
No need to heat the oven today.
If you love chocolate in every bite, chocolate-covered goodies are for you. You can coat anything in chocolate, but some of the best foods to cover are nuts, fruit, candy, desserts, or savory fare.
You can coat goodies in melted dark, semi-sweet, or milk chocolate. And even white chocolate (or white coating like candy melts or almond bark).
Couverture chocolate is the best kind of chocolate to use for dipping and dunking. It tastes deeply chocolatey and has a beautiful shine.
See the best ways to melt white chocolate.
Decadent Dipped Desserts
Sometimes you just want a taste of chocolate. That is where chocolate-dipped desserts come in.
Dipped desserts are attractive. They will catch your eye. And they make beautiful dessert trays.
Try dipping fruit, cookies, desserts, and even unexpected savory foods.
Drizzling chocolate over food is another good way to upscale any dessert recipe. It is easiest to drizzle melted chocolate in a frosting decorating bag.
But if you don't have one, cut the corner off a ziplock bag, and drizzle the melted chocolate through the snipped corner.
Dessert decorations are one of the best ways to use melted chocolate chips. And you can decorate with any type of chocolate.
Get Your Chocolate Education
You will find lots of information on chocolate here.
- Learn how to measure chocolate chips correctly, and find out how many chocolate chips are in an ounce, tablespoon, and cup.
- Get the facts on candy melts vs. white chocolate and when to use each. And read how to tell real chocolate from a confectionary coating in the almond bark vs. white chocolate showdown. Hint: white chocolate always contains cocoa butter.
- Find out what you can use in place of chocolate chips in cookies.
- Discover the best ways to melt white chocolate, whether in the microwave or a makeshift double boiler on top of a pot of warm water.