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8 Decadent Valentine's Day Dishes to Make If You're Alone

8 Decadent Valentine's Day Dishes to Make If You're Alone


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As chef Jim Burke describes, this decadent dish is "immensely satisfying" to make. It’s simple and straightforward, but so creamy and indulgent that you may find yourself getting lost in the meal (and hopefully forgetting what day it is altogether).

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Caffe Storico's Gnocchi

As chef Jim Burke describes, this decadent dish is "immensely satisfying" to make. It’s simple and straightforward, but so creamy and indulgent that you may find yourself getting lost in the meal (and hopefully forgetting what day it is altogether).

Click here to see the recipe.

Red Cat's Baked Fontina

From the mind (and kitchen) of acclaimed chef Jimmy Bradley, this baked fontina is creamy and rich, and is sure to warm up your heart in just a few bites. With simple flavors that add to the depth of the dish, you wouldn’t want to share this anyway.

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Landmarc's Boeuf Bourguignon

Chef Marc Murphy’s version of this legendary beef dish is smooth and indulgent, and has the red wine you crave built right in. It’s romantic in itself, creating a Valentine’s Day love affair between you and the stove.

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Perilla's Duck Meatballs

Harold Dieterle’s restaurants are known just as much for their delicious and unique meals as they are for his Top Chef acclaim. Plated over mint cavatelli, these tasty little bites are exciting and comforting all at once—– the perfect combination to remind you that it’s just another Thursday night.

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Delicatessen's Red Velvet White Chocolate Cake

What’s the perfect Valentine’s Day dessert, alone or otherwise? Red velvet — check. White chocolate — check. Cake — but of course. And finally, we give you a recipe that combines all three. Still aren’t sold? Take a look, its picture says more than a thousand words could.

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Sugar and Plumm's Triple Chocolate Brownie

Even people who claim they "aren’t chocolate people" (it’s a nice lie, isn’t it?) will fall in love with this decadent piece of chocolaty goodness. The geniuses at Sugar and Plumm don’t mess around when it comes to desserts, and now you don’t have to, either.

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Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse's Bourbon Sweet Potato Casserole

Featuring the most luxurious of all the vegetables, this skillet casserole is so delicious that it can be used as a main dish or a side to complement one of our other favorite indulgences.

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The Darby's Three Cheese Macaroni

If there is one universal comfort food, we’d argue that it’s mac and cheese (and we dare you to prove us wrong). And of all mac and cheeses, chef Alex Guarnaschelli’s three cheese delight is up there on our list of favorites. 'Nuff said.

Click here to see the recipe.


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


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