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“The queen of healthy desserts”Glamour Magazine

“The next Nigella Lawson”Women’s Health Magazine

“There’s no greater anything-can-be-healthy evidence than the recipes Katie features on her blog”Shape Magazine

Chocolate Covered Katie TV Show

One Of The Top 25 Food Blogs In America

Meet Katie: a girl who eats chocolate every day and sometimes even has cake for breakfast!

After creating a small food blog just for fun, Katie watched the blog suddenly skyrocket in popularity, quickly becoming the #1 source for healthy desserts and comfort food recipes and ranked as one of the top 25 cooking websites on the internet – with up to 8 million viewers each month!

Katie has been featured by The Today Show, USA Today, Time, CNN, The Food NetworkBon Appétit, Cooking Light, People Magazine, the msn, yahoo, and aol homepages, and the ABC 5 O’Clock News.

The Huffington Post selected Katie as one of their Best Healthy Food Instagram accounts to follow, and Amazon chose her debut cookbook as one of their Top 20 Cookbooks Of 2015.

(Introduction courtesy of Grand Central Publishing, Ranking based on traffic numbers and Alexa stats)

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More About Katie:

Chocolate Covered Katie Healthy Dessert Blog

Chocolate Covered Katie Anorexic?

 Chocolate Covered Katie Food Blog

What I Eat In A Day

 Chocolate Covered Katie FAQ

Katie FAQ Page

(Answers to the most common questions I receive about my diet, blog, and photography)

 Chocolate Covered Katie vegan

How I Turned My Blog Into A Full Time Job

 Chocolate Covered Katie Instagram

Chocolate Covered Katie – Instagram

I never imagined this blog would grow to be so popular and am thankful beyond words for everyone who reads. Please feel free to leave a comment on any of the healthy dessert recipe posts. Receiving comments from readers is one of my favorite parts of blogging!

You can also find Katie on the CCK Facebook Page and Chocolate Covered Pinterest Page.

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    • Doris says

      How can we print a recipe without all the pictures and comments. I tried to print the Healthy Chocolate Fudge Zucchini Brownies and ended up with 8 pages of stuff that I didn’t need or want.

      • Unofficial CCK Helper says

        I’ve printed some of Katie’s recipes before. What I do is hi-light the recipe, then right-click and hit “save;” then I open a new Word document, right-click and hit “paste.” This saves the recipe (and any photos, etc., that I’ve hi-lighted) in a new document, that I then re-name and save in my “CCK Recipe” folder.

          • Rachel says

            When you go to print instead of printing “all” click select page and type in the page number that holds the recipe.

          • Rachel says

            When you go to print instead of printing “all” click select page and type in the page number that holds the recipe.

      • Unofficial CCK Helper says

        I’ve printed some of Katie’s recipes before. What I do is hi-light the recipe, then right-click and hit “save;” then I open a new Word document, right-click and hit “paste.” This saves the recipe (and any photos, etc., that I’ve hi-lighted) in a new document, that I then re-name and save in my “CCK Recipe” folder.

      • Anne says

        Hi Doris,
        When you print, you have the option of choosing which pages. Try this:
        Print>Page range>Pages [insert specific pages here, for instance, 1,2]>OK. Another option is to HIGHLIGHT the pages you want to: Highlight>Print>Selection>OK. Hope this helps.

      • Anne says

        Hi Doris,
        When you print, you have the option of choosing which pages. Try this:
        Print>Page range>Pages [insert specific pages here, for instance, 1,2]>OK. Another option is to HIGHLIGHT the pages you want to: Highlight>Print>Selection>OK. Hope this helps.

      • Donna says

        Hi Doris,
        Do this: highlight recipe you want to copy (from any website). Bear in mind, sometimes when you highlight the recipe, it will include the picture and it cannot be helped. That’s ok. Include it, bear with me on this. Now, copy to Word document. Click on Paste Special. Then click on ‘Unformatted Text’. You will now have the recipe you wanted and the picture or photo will NOT be included. I do it this way all the time and once I’m in Word, I can format it the way I like.

      • Donna says

        Hi Doris,
        Do this: highlight recipe you want to copy (from any website). Bear in mind, sometimes when you highlight the recipe, it will include the picture and it cannot be helped. That’s ok. Include it, bear with me on this. Now, copy to Word document. Click on Paste Special. Then click on ‘Unformatted Text’. You will now have the recipe you wanted and the picture or photo will NOT be included. I do it this way all the time and once I’m in Word, I can format it the way I like.

      • Jackie Davis says

        I just learned this….
        Highlight what you want…
        Click print…
        In the print dialog, check Selection.
        Then ok.
        Yes it works well.

      • Jackie Davis says

        I just learned this….
        Highlight what you want…
        Click print…
        In the print dialog, check Selection.
        Then ok.
        Yes it works well.

        • Alison says

          Thanks Amy for this suggestion, I have now installed it and hope it will help when printing out for my sons homework.

        • Alison says

          Thanks Amy for this suggestion, I have now installed it and hope it will help when printing out for my sons homework.

      • Bruce says

        In most browsers (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari or Windows – Google Chrome hold down the ‘Control’ key and quickly tap the “P” key) in the menu bar at the top left of the browser window you can click on “File” then “Print Preview”. This will show you the pages of the article in print form. Find the pages you want to print and note the page number(s). Then click the Print button in the upper left corner. The print window will open, go to the Print Range and in the put the number of the first page in the left box and the number or the end page in the right box (just one page – use the same number) and left-click the “OK” button.
        No menu bar? – right-click on an open spot to the right of an open Tab. Then select “Menu Bar” from the window that opens up.

        • Martha says

          Hi 🙂 Doris, the info that Bruce shared is really very easy and the best way to go in my opinion. That is the way I’ve done it forever and it always works. Also, in some OS, they have an option on the “print window” that you can do away with images. Thanks Bruce and all for sharing.
          Thank you Katie for such great recipes, a wonderful blog and for sharing your pic. You are indeed a very pretty lady but even better a very intelligent and creative woman. Happy weekend to all. 🙂 <3 <3
          PS will certainly "like" on FB and post/follow on pin (as soon as I find my password LOL)!!! <3 <3

        • Martha says

          Hi 🙂 Doris, the info that Bruce shared is really very easy and the best way to go in my opinion. That is the way I’ve done it forever and it always works. Also, in some OS, they have an option on the “print window” that you can do away with images. Thanks Bruce and all for sharing.
          Thank you Katie for such great recipes, a wonderful blog and for sharing your pic. You are indeed a very pretty lady but even better a very intelligent and creative woman. Happy weekend to all. 🙂 <3 <3
          PS will certainly "like" on FB and post/follow on pin (as soon as I find my password LOL)!!! <3 <3

        • Darlene creel says

          if you have WORD, highlight just the text you want to print>right click>select “copy”>open a WORD document >right click anywhere on the document >select “paste”.
          repeat until all desired text/photos are pasted.
          edit as desired>print preview>print.
          you can store all your recipes on a usb/flash drive and build your own customized cookbook. I always include a citation and date the website was accessed. ( I don’t like plagiarism). thanks to everyone for sharing! my hubby is in the hospital due to complications from chemo and I joined a conversation in front of the cafeteria when I overheard “black bean brownies”. Hubby is on a high protein diet for cellular recovery and he loves brownies!

      • Bruce says

        In most browsers (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari or Windows – Google Chrome hold down the ‘Control’ key and quickly tap the “P” key) in the menu bar at the top left of the browser window you can click on “File” then “Print Preview”. This will show you the pages of the article in print form. Find the pages you want to print and note the page number(s). Then click the Print button in the upper left corner. The print window will open, go to the Print Range and in the put the number of the first page in the left box and the number or the end page in the right box (just one page – use the same number) and left-click the “OK” button.
        No menu bar? – right-click on an open spot to the right of an open Tab. Then select “Menu Bar” from the window that opens up.

      • Rana says

        If you’ve got a Mac, what I do is press command, shift, 4. That gives you a target shaped cursor. With that click and drag over exactly what you want to capture. This is a screen capture. Once it appears on desktop just open and print . Voila, easy.

      • Rana says

        If you’ve got a Mac, what I do is press command, shift, 4. That gives you a target shaped cursor. With that click and drag over exactly what you want to capture. This is a screen capture. Once it appears on desktop just open and print . Voila, easy.

      • Dawn K says

        I use “print preview” rather than “print”.//then you can see which pages that need to print, I.e. page 1of1. Or 2-3, etc… I use this for everything. .bank statements, etc bcos the screen shot is not always” what you see is what you get” …I hate wasting an extra page that only has a header or footer or non- important info

      • Dawn K says

        I use “print preview” rather than “print”.//then you can see which pages that need to print, I.e. page 1of1. Or 2-3, etc… I use this for everything. .bank statements, etc bcos the screen shot is not always” what you see is what you get” …I hate wasting an extra page that only has a header or footer or non- important info

      • Teresa says

        Hi Linda,
        To copy a receipe without all the other stuff you don’t want, just highlight the recipe and paste it to a word document. At this stage, you can delete all the stuff you don’t want and keep only the recipe. You can also save the word document to your desktop into a Foods folder. Hope this helps.

        Teresa

      • Jackie says

        Highlight the entire recipe and paste it into WORD. Then go into WORD and delete/cut what you don’t want. Save it and then print. Almost every recipe fits on one page.

      • Vi says

        Press shift+command+4 to take a screenshot of the recipe ( it will give you a cross-shaped cursor that you’ll box the recipe with and release to take the picture) The image will show up on your desktop where you can print it with command+p.

      • Chelsea B. says

        Open a word doc and go to insert; add screenshot, and take a screen clipping of the recipe. This will eliminate all of the other stuff you don’t want.

    • Doris says

      How can we print a recipe without all the pictures and comments. I tried to print the Healthy Chocolate Fudge Zucchini Brownies and ended up with 8 pages of stuff that I didn’t need or want.

    • Doris says

      Hi Doris, to print just the parts you want ,hi-light one part at a time and click and drag on to your desktop. I hope that helps.

    • Doris says

      Hi Doris, to print just the parts you want ,hi-light one part at a time and click and drag on to your desktop. I hope that helps.

    • Jordan Kwong says

      Hi Katie,

      You have great recipes! I am from the company Fitmoo, a social media network and marketplace built entirely around Fitness, Health, and Wellness. I would love to have you create a free profile so millions of our users can get to know who you are and educate those on what healthy recipes they could intake. I would be more than happy to explain in detail about Fitmoo and all the benefits you would receive. I can email you over a few 1 pagers that explain how your visibility will increase and how you can even sell your book through Fitmoo. You could actually gain followers that could market your book for free. For those who like your recipes, they could endorse your book, giving you a free sales team, all with a click of a button. I hope you get some time to take a look at Fitmoo and email me back.
      Best,
      Jordan Kwong

    • Jordan Kwong says

      Hi Katie,

      You have great recipes! I am from the company Fitmoo, a social media network and marketplace built entirely around Fitness, Health, and Wellness. I would love to have you create a free profile so millions of our users can get to know who you are and educate those on what healthy recipes they could intake. I would be more than happy to explain in detail about Fitmoo and all the benefits you would receive. I can email you over a few 1 pagers that explain how your visibility will increase and how you can even sell your book through Fitmoo. You could actually gain followers that could market your book for free. For those who like your recipes, they could endorse your book, giving you a free sales team, all with a click of a button. I hope you get some time to take a look at Fitmoo and email me back.
      Best,
      Jordan Kwong

    • Anya says

      Hi Katie,
      I’m struggling to browse your website on my phone . There are just way too many ads that breaks up the blog to the point it’s hard to follow on a mobile phone. I love your recipes and have tried a few. The ads are stopping me from wanting to check out your blog. Overcrowds it. Sorry but I thought you should know.

  1. xanabioticx says

    amagad. you have no idea how happy i was when i came across your blog, katie! i love your recipes for two reasons;
    1- they are SUPER YUMMY!
    2- they are all VEGAN!

  2. xanabioticx says

    amagad. you have no idea how happy i was when i came across your blog, katie! i love your recipes for two reasons;
    1- they are SUPER YUMMY!
    2- they are all VEGAN!

  3. Jenna says

    hey i just wanted to tell you i love your blog! it was the first vegan/food blog i ever read and i think you are beyond precious. your recipes are amazing, super easy and good, which is really important as being a vegetarian (and is your case a vegan) in college can be difficult.

    p.s- i go to TCU, so right on for DFW vegan/vegetarians! :]

    • carly says

      i just found your blog and i am so excited about it! i am not vegan but my mom and sister are gluten free and i just shared these recipes with them. they all look delish! thank you 🙂

    • carly says

      i just found your blog and i am so excited about it! i am not vegan but my mom and sister are gluten free and i just shared these recipes with them. they all look delish! thank you 🙂

  4. Jenna says

    hey i just wanted to tell you i love your blog! it was the first vegan/food blog i ever read and i think you are beyond precious. your recipes are amazing, super easy and good, which is really important as being a vegetarian (and is your case a vegan) in college can be difficult.

    p.s- i go to TCU, so right on for DFW vegan/vegetarians! :]

  5. xanabioticx says

    i was wondering if you like to watch documentaries about issues like the earth/ veganisme?

    p/s; i put a link to your blog at mine. 🙂

  6. xanabioticx says

    i was wondering if you like to watch documentaries about issues like the earth/ veganisme?

    p/s; i put a link to your blog at mine. 🙂

  7. Lily says

    Hey, the new blog looks great. Makes me contemplate a switch… the organizational possibilities warm my little OCD heart 🙂

  8. Lily says

    Hey, the new blog looks great. Makes me contemplate a switch… the organizational possibilities warm my little OCD heart 🙂

  9. JessieG says

    Katie, I am loving the new format and look of your blog! I must admit, I kind of miss the blue background though =)

  10. JessieG says

    Katie, I am loving the new format and look of your blog! I must admit, I kind of miss the blue background though =)

  11. Carlos Galvan says

    Hello Katie,

    I found your Blog while looking for articles on whether to use Blogger or WP. Apparently you are using both at this time.

    Which are you liking more and why?

    giving WP a quick look over I see that I can either use it via their free online service or install it on my own server. Has that been a consideration for you and do you know of any discussion of this topic?

    Carlos

    P.S. I noticed that you have your e-mail address in both your information pages (Blogger and this one). Spam Robots pick up on them quickly and so that is one of the reasons why you are probably recieving tons of Spam in you Spam box or (worse yet) in your InBox.

    P.P.S. Your a real Cutie! (:>)

  12. Carlos Galvan says

    Hello Katie,

    I found your Blog while looking for articles on whether to use Blogger or WP. Apparently you are using both at this time.

    Which are you liking more and why?

    giving WP a quick look over I see that I can either use it via their free online service or install it on my own server. Has that been a consideration for you and do you know of any discussion of this topic?

    Carlos

    P.S. I noticed that you have your e-mail address in both your information pages (Blogger and this one). Spam Robots pick up on them quickly and so that is one of the reasons why you are probably recieving tons of Spam in you Spam box or (worse yet) in your InBox.

    P.P.S. Your a real Cutie! (:>)

  13. Meghan Telpner says

    Great site. Everything is always better when covered in chocolate- though my affinity is an occupational hazard- I’m a nutritionist 🙂

    And love the theme week- especially the vitamix Best thing ever!

  14. Meghan Telpner says

    Great site. Everything is always better when covered in chocolate- though my affinity is an occupational hazard- I’m a nutritionist 🙂

    And love the theme week- especially the vitamix Best thing ever!

  15. Jennifer says

    Seriously, I know you love running, but with how skinny you are, you’re going to waste away! I know my mom would constantly be poking at me to stop exercising (k, sorry I can be like a mom too!)

  16. Jennifer says

    Seriously, I know you love running, but with how skinny you are, you’re going to waste away! I know my mom would constantly be poking at me to stop exercising (k, sorry I can be like a mom too!)

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