The Bulldogs fought hard today, but the Crimson Tide came in strong, defeating Georgia 38-10. Instead of crying over that $300 student ID you purchased from a classmate or sloshing around in your soaked-through clothing, remember that the Dawgs still have a winning record.


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Here are seven chocolately recipes to help you recover from today and get ready to support the Dawgs as they take on the Tennessee Volunteers next Saturday. #GoDawgs

1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel Truffles


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Make these no-bake truffles, ‘cuz we all know you are still a bit salty. Remember, admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery.

2. Homemade Oreos


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Instead of sandwiching yourself in blankets and hiding in your dorm room, make these knock-off Oreos to remember that you still have a soft spot inside for the Dawgs.

3. Dark Chocolate Mug Cake


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Today may be a dark day, but this mug cake will help warm your heart and your mood. And, you can make it without turning on your oven. This single-serving chocolate option is also good for those who recover best in solitude.

4. 3-Ingredient Nutella Brownies


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Nutella and chocolate go together like Nick Chubb and the third quarter. Dig into this brownie recipe to celebrate No. 27.

5. Chili Chocolate Bar


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Make this chili chocolate bar, because you know the Bulldogs will bring the heat next week.

6. Red Wine Chocolate Cupcakes


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These cupcakes, which are flavored with a hint of red wine, will help sweeten your mood by letting you bake your saddened heart out.

7. Dawg-themed Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups


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These G-shaped peanut butter cups will remind you that it is still a Saturday in Athens and gameday. So, wipe away the frown and get ready to #BeatTennessee.