One of the sweetest days of the year is finally here. On Jan. 27, the U.S. celebrates National Chocolate Cake Day.

Whether you are getting over the mid-week slump or looking forward to the weekend, Thursday is the perfect time to indulge in a chocolate treat.

Here are five recipes to consider trying on National Chocolate Cake Day.

Chocolate Coffee Cake: This recipe from No Spoon Necessary is tasty, moist, and loaded with a crunchy walnut surprise. Grab a handheld mixer to speed up your process and don’t forget to make the homemade glaze, which only consists of three ingredients, powdered sugar, buttermilk, and vanilla extract.

Red Velvet Cake: Unlike most red velvet cakes, this recipe from Preppy Kitchen calls for powdered red food coloring. Along with decadent cream cheese frosting, this recipe also includes fluffy crumbs and buttercream flowers and leaves as decorations. While it may sound like a lot of work, this recipe takes a total of 50 minutes, including prep and cook time.

One Bowl Chocolate Cake: There’s no need to be concerned about dirtying a lot of dishes thanks to this one-bowl cake from Allrecipes. The simple recipe requires kitchen staples, which may save you from running out to the grocery store. Prep time takes 20 minutes and you could be looking at your baked homemade chocolate cake within an hour.

Moist Chocolate Cake (Without Eggs or Butter): Whether you have dietary restrictions or simply want a dessert without dairy, the As East As Apple Pie recipe offers great substitutions. Be sure to mix the dry and wet ingredients separately before combining them in the same bowl.

Devil’s Food Cake: This recipe from Food allows the baker to decide whether they want a single layer cake or multiple layers. While you may be eager to serve this cake immediately, you want to consider chilling it in the fridge. The combination of the cooler temperature and the cooled frosting may result in a better-tasting cake.

Pictured: A chocolate truffle torte cake in Vienna, April 2013. Alexander Klein/AFP/Getty Images