So simple you can make them for breakfast.
This batch of chocolate granola is so good you’ll forget about your favorite cocoa-flavored kid cereal. Note: we still highly recommend drinking that chocolatey milk when you’re finished.
Get the recipe: Chocolate Granola
Chocolate-Chocolate Chunk Muffins
Here’s a tip to figure out how long you can keep a cake or muffin before it starts to dry out: look at the fat content. These are made with butter so they should hold nicely, tightly wrapped at room temperature, for about 4 days.
Get the recipe: Chocolate-Chocolate Chunk Muffins
Chocolate-Chocolate Whoopie Pies
It’s best to make these on a full stomach. Otherwise you might lick the bowls clean before you finish assembling. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Get the recipe: Chocolate-Chocolate Whoopie Pies
Triple Chocolate Cookies
Sneak a couple of these into your favorite kiddo’s lunchbox with a thermos of cold milk and a note for the ultimate brown-bag dessert.
Get the recipe: Triple Chocolate Cookies
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Did you know you can freeze homemade pancakes for later? Let them cool completely on a wire rack, then stack them between sheets of wax or parchment paper and zip up in a resealable plastic bag. Pop one in the toaster and smear with more peanut butter for a decadent grab-and-go breakfast.
Get the recipe: Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Fudgy Hand Pies
These have “Bake Sale” written all over them. Well, not literally, but if you let your glaze set up just slightly before drizzling, you can actually write with it. Try decorating the hand pies with the initials of each kid in the class.
Get the recipe: Fudgy Hand Pies