Coconut gelato is the star of these brownie bites.
Customize this super easy dessert with your favorite fresh berries. It tastes just as delicious as it looks!
Serve this stunning pie with a scoop (or two!) of vanilla ice cream.
Use fresh or frozen rhubarb in these pretty and pink bars.
Red velvet, Oreo truffles, and chocolate ganache in the same dessert?! This dessert reigns supreme as the most decadent treat for Valentine's Day.
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Believe it or not, this decadent dish is actually vegan.
Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.
Finish off this cake with a chocolate ganache icing and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Get the recipe at The Cookie Rookie.
This three-ingredient treat is just perfect if your February 14 involves your little ones.
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This sweet is like two desserts in one!
Get the recipe at Cooking Classy.
Pink hues and edible flowers give a delicate feel to this sweet cake.
This layered treat is the ideal size when you just need a little something sweet.
Get the recipe at Lil' Luna.
Disguise this cake as a truffle box so your Valentine can get an extra surprise!
An easy cream cheese frosting makes these brownies even more delectable.
Get the recipe at The Recipe Critic.
The swirl of hearts is what makes this cake special for Valentine's Day.
Use high-quality chocolate with a cocoa content of at least 50 percent to take this decadent pudding to an even higher level. Serve with whipped cream and chocolate shavings or use as a terrific filling for a layer cake or a chocolate cream pie.
The only thing better than a home-baked sugar cookie? One that doubles as a love letter. Food-safe markers make it possible (AmeriColor Gourmet Writers, $14 for set of 10; amazon.com). Our recipes for sugar cookies and royal icing make it irresistibly delicious.
The cookie crust for this luscious cake only takes 10 minutes in the oven and the filling is no-bake. Use store-bought caramel sauce to save even more time.
With a few standard baking ingredients — flour, salt, semisweet chocolate morsels, baking soda, butter, and sugar — these luscious Cocoa-Gingerbread Brownies are whipped up and ready for dessert in no time. The fresh and powdered ginger add spicy but soothing warmth, while the rich chocolate satisfies the sweet tooth.
This decadent cake pairs rich cocoa and bittersweet chocolate with a hint of spicy cayenne pepper — a warming choice for a winter snack.
Melted caramel coats this chocolate-chip challah-bread pudding, served warm.
Share these delicious red velvet cake bites dipped in white chocolate with all your loved ones.
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When choosing chocolate to bake with, select bars teaming with cocoa butter and no added fats. Substitute dried figs, cranberries, or apricots in place of the cherries for a supersophisticated cookie.
No need to worry about the perfect frosting job with layers of red velvet cake, chocolate ganache, and mascarpone whipped cream.
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Red Velvet cupcakes are topped with either dark- or white-chocolate frosting that has been cooked to produce a silky texture.
The combination of Oreo and cheesecake flavors is what makes these pink cookies taste amazing.
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Sugar, oh honey, now this is the ultimate Valentine's Day cookie sandwich!
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Add the chocolate covered strawberries on top if you're feeling super romantic.
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Kids will love dipping salty pretzels in rich chocolate, then covering them colorful sprinkles.
Get the recipe at Love from the Oven.
Turn cherries into an elegant dessert with little effort. Simply dip them in white chocolate, then add silver sugar pearls.
Get the recipe at Simple Provisions.
This Apple Rose Tart will steal your (you guessed it) heart this Valentine's Day.
Get the recipe at Green Healthy Cooking.