So we made these sweet Vegan Peppermint Bark Cupcakes last week and suddenly all we could think about was chocolate. CHOC-O-LATE. At night. In the shower. On the bus. In downward dog. Chocolate. Chocolate. CHOCOLATE.
Something had to be done. So we hit up some of our FAVORITE gluten-free recipe blogs, and we made this sinful (except not-at-all sinful because it's gluten free – yah!) list of our favorite gluten free chocolate recipes.
We tried every single one – for which we are not ashamed! So you know they're more than good. They're "miss-it-immediately-after-you-swallow-the-last-bite" kinda good.
Start scrolling, clicking, and salivating. Then get into the kitchen, put on Bowie's Let's Dance, and mix that chocolate batter, baby! Who knew being gluten-free could be so gluttonous?
This recipe kind of makes us feel like we’ve died and gone to chocolate heaven. That is, except for all that extra energy we have from the killer protein kick. Damn, it’s good to be alive!
2. Mint Oreos
Sometimes food allergies and health restrictions force us to give up our childhood go-to goodies. This gluten-free, vegan Oreo recipe wants to walk you down memory lane, minus the sugar coma. Bonus points go to Petite Allergy Treats for putting the minty twist on an old time fave.
Because sometimes you just need one massive chocolate chip cookie. In addition to creating this magnificent recipe, Kelly of the Pretty Bee blog introduced us to the term Pizookie, and we couldn’t be more grateful for her wisdom.
We’re inclined to try anything with double chocolate in the title. The fact that these ooey-gooey chewy cookies are flourless totally sealed the deal.
We love using unconventional baking ingredients. Quinoa is right at the top of that list (hello superfood!), so we couldn’t resist including this gluten-free Quinoa Chocolate Chip Bar Cookies recipe from Whole Foods. Yum!
And speaking of unconventional baking ingredients, did you know you could make finger-licking delicious brownies out of black beans? Dude.
Oh She Glows is one of our favorite recipe blogs due to Angela’s dedication to healthy, balanced, plant-based foods. She’s never steered us wrong, and with this gluten-free Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookies recipe, she even been mindful of our sink space. Thank you, Angela!
Wake up and smell the Mocha Chocolate Chunk Chia Seed Brownies. They’re caffeinated so it works, okay? But seriously, when it comes to gluten-free ingredients, Bob’s Red Mill knows what’s up…
…so much that we had to include two heavenly gluten-free chocolate recipes from Bob’s collection. Plus, this one has peppermint, so how could we not?
Soft, gooey, chocolaty, peanut buttery cookies sent straight from heaven (or as we like to call it, Udi’s Gluten Free recipe collection), topped with a warm vegan marshmallow and dusted with powdered sugar. Make a double batch!
This recipe is short, sweet, and hella good. Who says baking has to be messy?
A moist, fudgy, gluten-free chocolate cake — perfect for every occasion!
And if that wasn’t enough to satisfy your gluten-free chocolate craving, check out this intensely fudge-a-licious cake.
When it comes to gluten-free chocolate cake, the taller the better!
Chocolate and sweet potato. It’s a thing. You’ve got to try it to believe it. This fabulous gluten-free chocolate cake is also flavored with coffee and cinnamon — to die for.
This nutty, gluten-free chocolate cake is so rich and delectable, you’ll want to make it once a week.
A gluten-free chocolate tart so beautiful, you might hesitate to actually eat it. We say Instagram it and dig in!
Land O Lakes suggests giving this recipe away as a gift. Make sure you deliver in person. That way your giftee will feel obligated to invite you in for a slice.
Halle, the mastermind behind this recipe is a gluten-free expert. Pick up a few key GF baking tips while you whip up this fabulous chocolate zucchini treat.
Any recipe that only uses one bowl is a win in our books. This one also combines banana, chocolate AND peanut butter. We think we’re in love.
As lovely and festive as these Peppermint Cupcakes may look, there is no reason not to enjoy them all year ‘round. Treat yo-self to some gluten-free chocolate minty goodness!
We can’t believe these ultra-rich cupcakes are vegan and gluten-free. Double drool.
These muffins are nutty, rich, and beautifully frosted with a coconut pecan topping. They’ll impress the hell out of your friends and family — if you manage to save them any.
Simple, easy, delicious, and totally in sync with weight loss goals.
Sometimes you just need chocolate for breakfast. Look forward to waking up with these gluten-free Double Chocolate Chip Muffins.
Bren Did proves delectable chocolatey snacks don’t have to send your blood sugar sky rocketing. We love that she’s chosen to use apple sauce and bananas to sweeten these oatmeal gluten-free muffins.
Any why not get some veg in your diet while enjoying your chocolate fix?
Are you getting sick of chocolate yet? Here’s a recipe for all you pumpkin spice lovers (no judgement here) who just need a little fix.
Combining cinnamon, coffee and chocolate? Pure genius.
If you like a little tart with your sweet, you’ve gotta try these.
Because who doesn’t love Nutella?
But just in case you actually are one of those weirdos.
Or if you’re in the mood for something cold and fizzy, try this gluten-free chocolate soda.
Appearances can be deceiving. This thick and delicious gluten-free chocolate superfood smoothie is actually good for you.
It’s just like a chocolate milkshake, but without the long Dairy Queen lineup.
36. Peppermint Mocha
Well, well well, look what the cat dragged in. Our very own Peppermint Mocha recipe isn’t just for the holidays.
Tacos just got a little competition when it comes to our favorite Mexican indulgence.
Start your morning right with this gluten-free chocolate shake. Complete with fruit and greens, It’s built like a breakfast smoothie but looks and tastes like dessert.
Who knew gluten-free hot chocolate could be a great excuse to drink vodka?
Whether you’re craving something hot or cold, Vega has your back.
Quick, easy, and jam-packed with nutrients, this gluten-free Chocolate Avocado Smoothie wants to show your green juice what’s what.
Short on time, big on flavor! This recipe contains only four ingredients and takes only five minutes. Really. The only thing you’ll feel guilty about after eating this light and delicious gluten-free chocolate mousse is having not made more.
These gluten-free Chocolate Date Balls are a triple threat. They’re adorable, easy-to-make, and healthy. Plus they’re covered in sprinkles, toasted sesame seeds, and shredded coconut. Swoon!
Keep a container of these chocolate-covered almonds in your fridge for a sweet, salty, protein-rich anytime pick-me-up.
Sabrina of The Tomato Tart has cracked the Girl Scout Cookie code and translated it into a not-so-sinfully decadent pie recipe, complete with chocolate cookie crust, a chocolate peanut butter mousse filling, topped with a crispy chocolate ganache. Nom nom nom!
Amrita of Crazy Vegan Kitchen assures us we can handle this sexy little recipe, with or without an ice cream maker. It looks too good not to try.
Chocolate and spice is everything nice! And we absolutely love that this recipe is made mostly of avocados. No need to store these truffles in the fridge — they won’t last a day.
Dunkin’ Donuts eat your heart out. Gluten Free on a Shoestring has us covered.
It’s delicious, it’s gluten-free, and it’s pretty too. Hippie Chocolate Bark is perfect for holidays, weekends, Mondays, Wednesdays — well you see where we’re going with this.
Pomegranate + chocolate = bliss. With only two, melt-in-your-mouth ingredients, these gluten-free chocolate clusters are a perfectly healthy treat for the conscious eater.
Chocolate for breakfast. Enough said.