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Chocolate Fudge Cake

CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE This is the sort of cake you'd want to eat the whole of when you'd been chucked. But even the sight of it, proud and tall and thickly iced on its stand, comforts.

from Mail Online

Simply Nigella: Dark and sumptuous chocolate cake

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Chocolate Olive Oil Cake

Chocolate olive oil cake, from Nigella. Absolutely delicious & incredibly quick & easy to make. I added a 1/2 tsp of ground dried chilli flakes for an extra, subtle, kick. It definitely got the Thumbs Up from my co-workers!

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Old Fashioned Chocolate Cake

***** Old-Fashioned Chocolate Cake: If you're going to get started, this is the cake you should begin with. Not just because it's simple, though it is but because it is, for me, essence of chocolate cake: melting, luscious and mood-enhancingly good.

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Devil's Food Cake

Devil's Food Cake: Forget the name, this cake is heavenly. The crumb is tender, the filling and frosting luscious. When I made it one friday, I expected my children, resident food critics much in the mould of the Grim eater, to find it too dark, too rich, not sweet enough: you get the gist. Instead, I came down on Saturday morning to find nothing but an empty, chocolate-smeared cake stand and a trail of crumbs.

from delicious. magazine

Nigella Lawson's chocolate biscuits

Nigella Lawson calls these simple chocolate biscuits 'Granny Boyd's biscuits' after her editor's, Eugenie Boyd, granny – who gave her the recipe. You can find the melt-in-the-mouth recipe in Paul A Young's Sensational Chocolate (£20), published to raise funds for The Children's Air Ambulance.