Valentine's Day

5 Chocolate Treats for Your Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius

published Jan 31, 2017
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This month we partnered with the Astrotwins to reveal the ways your zodiac sign informs your chocolate preferences. According to the Astrotwins, “Each zodiac sign has a distinct set of personality traits — and believe it or not, there’s a chocolate recipe out there to match every horoscope sign.”

The gooey, messier, and more indulgent, the better — that’s your mantra, Sagittarius, which is why a rich chocolate cobbler is likely your chocolate treat of choice (throw a couple scoops of vanilla ice cream on your serving, while you’re at it). You also have a taste for the unusual, which means beyond the fudgy and decadent, you enjoy the unique and different. Here are five over-the-top chocolate treats just for you.

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This Southern dessert is decadence at its finest. Sagittarians know the only right way to serve it is warm, right from the oven, so that the center is barely set and exceptionally fudgy. Scoop it right into bowls, top it with ice cream, and dig in.

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Indulgent means bringing two already-luscious treats together to make one over-the-top one, and such is the case of these s’more brownies. Buttery graham cracker crust is topped with a fudgy brownie base before the whole mess is topped with marshmallows to ensure excess gooeyness.

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A messy ice cream sundae is the epitome of everything a Sagittarius loves, and this recipe is a double win. Rather than it being a basic vanilla-ice-cream-and-hot-fudge situation, here a boozy white chocolate-infused caramel sauce spices things up.

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We’ll say it again: Gooey is a great adjective for Sagittarians. Bake chocolate chip cookie batter in individual ramekins and you get a warm (and slightly underbaked) treat that’s best topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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Craving something slightly off the beaten path? Adding roasted beet purée to the batter makes for cupcakes that are a bit earthy and surprisingly even more chocolatey and moist than you might expect.