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  1. Cost per serving: $1.30Decorate this easy version of the restaurant favorite with dollops of whipped cream.See recipe: Chocolate Silk PIe 
  2. Cost per serving: $1.57 Summer’s most versatile fruit may be cherries―they’re perfect for a host of desserts, including this regal-looking tart. The recipe is almost entirely no-bake except for the crust, which browns in the oven for five minutes.See recipe: Chocolate-Cherry Tart
  3. Cost per serving: $2.00 This rich, silky, treat looks elegant but is surprisingly easy to make. It uses common ingredients such as bittersweet chocolate and cream cheese; the crust is made from ground-up chocolate wafers.See recipe: Chocolate Marble Cheesecake 
  4. Cost per serving: $2.12 What a fun use for a favorite candy! This kid-friendly treat features a homemade sauce that requires only a few ingredients.See recipe: Crunchy Chocolate-Ginger Fudge
  5. Cost per serving: 42¢ Why buy prepared pudding when this homemade recipe is so easy? It uses mint tea bags steeped in warm milk to infuse the flavor. If you don’t like mint, leave it out and use an additional ounce of semisweet chocolate instead.See recipe: Chocolate Mint Pudding
  6. Cost per serving: $2.12 What a fun use for a favorite candy! This kid-friendly treat features a homemade sauce that requires only a few ingredients.See recipe: Raisin Sundaes with Chocolate–Peanut Butter Sauce 
  7. Cost per serving: 17¢Finish these pretty cookies with tiny nonpareils in red, pink and white. Craft stores sell them in individual colors or “rainbow” for about $3 per 4-oz. jar.See recipe: Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
  8. Cost per serving: 60¢Add some festivity to this moist delight with heart-shaped sprinkles.See recipe: Chocolate Marble Cake