All is not lost because one thing I did fit is was Dorie Greenspan's Chocolate Ganache Ice Cream. I can truly say (and report from others) that this was the most chocolaty ice cream I have ever had. It starts out with making the eponymous ganache, a mixture of cream and chocolate (I used Valrhona Guanaja 70%). Then you make the custard, fold it all together, and chill it in the refrigerator until it's cool enough to churn in your ice cream maker. Since it's practically solid after chilling in the fridge, it doesn't take a long time to turn it into ice cream.
Make sure you leave a little in the bowl for sampling!
If you love chocolate, you need to make this. It's easy, incredibly delicious, and since it's so rich, a little goes a long way. Because of its high chocolate content, it needs to sit out on the counter to soften up before serving. Although it's tempting to sneak a taste, the flavor will be better if it isn't frozen solid. I mostly served mine unadorned, because topping it with hot fudge was, yes, way over the top.
*******PLEASE NOTE: Lethally Delicious is on hiatus for the month of Ramadan. I won't be actively blogging, but if you leave a comment, I will visit you. I'll return around Sept. 22nd, refreshed after the blessed month of fasting and prayer. Peace.