You canâ€™t go wrong when luscious chocolate is matched with caramel, nuts, fruit, whipped cream, custard fillings, or flaky pie crust. Browse our collection of the best pie and tart recipes featuring chocolate in the fillings, crusts, toppings, or throughout.
A crispy crust made from ice cream cones is the perfect complement to velvety chocolate mousse. Top with candied hazelnuts for extra pops of crunchy, nutty flavor.
This elegant tart is surprisingly easy to make and can be prepared in only an hour. Chocolate wafers make an extra chocolaty press-in crust, but feel free to use graham crackers instead. Top the creamy filling with fresh raspberries (or your favorite fresh fruit) just before serving to balance the tartâ€™s richness.
This extraordinary dessert is a symphony of textures and chocolate-peanut flavors. A crisp chocolate-wafer crust is filled with gooey caramel laced with peanuts, a thick layer of a cream cheese, whipped cream, and peanut butter mousse, and topped with silky chocolate ganache.
The creamy chocolate filling for this tart doesnâ€™t call for any added sugar, resulting in a supremely rich but not-too-sweet treat. Chocolate chip cookies are used to make an easy press-in crust; follow our recipe, or use store-bought cookies as long as they are crisp -- brittle cookies are easier to grind.
This easy pie is loaded chocolate from top to bottom: chocolate wafer cookies are used for a press-in crust which is filled with melted semisweet chocolate, cream, and a splash of rum. Top it with macadamia nuts and chocolate-laced whipped cream just before serving.
This easy-to-make candy tart has everything you love about the classic ice cream and requires minimal baking. A graham cracker crust is filled with toasted almonds, mini marshmallows, and chopped bittersweet chocolate; coated with rich ganache; then topped with more of the filling mixture and drizzled with ganache.
Humble after-dinner mints never dreamed of such opulence. A rich cocoa-enhanced pastry shell, gilded with melted chocolate, is filled with mint-infused panna cotta and then strewn with fresh sprigs of mint and a choice of crimson fruit.
This chocolate pie is named after its fillingâ€™s super-smooth texture. Pecans in the crust add some extra flavor and whipped cream balances the pieâ€™s richness. Raw eggs contribute to the mousse fillingâ€™s characteristic texture, but should be avoided by pregnant women, babies, young children, or anyone whose health is compromised.
Pears and ground almonds add subtle flavor and texture to this sophisticated tart. The almonds help make the filling sturdy enough not to require a crust, and to support the pear slices resting on top. Brush the pears with warm apple jelly to give them a shiny glaze.
Chocolate shows up in three guises throughout this dressed-up pumpkin pie. A layer of bittersweet chocolate coats the cinnamon-spiced graham-cracker crust, semisweet chocolate adds depth and smoothness to the pumpkin custard filling, and melted milk chocolate is drizzled over the top just before serving. Make this pie a day ahead (minus the milk chocolate topping) to give the filling time to set in the refrigerator.