No time to make dessert on Valentine's Day? This easy Val's Day cookie recipe can be made ahead and stored till the big dinner. Add a personal message to each cookie with mini letter stamps. To color the dough, use shades of red food coloring.
Layers of fudgy brownies, cream, and juicy berries make these single-serving trifles the ultimate Valentine's day dessert idea. Make the trifle components ahead of time and assemble them just before serving. For a decadent touch, shave dark chocolate over each trifle. Don't want individual trifles? Layer the ingredients in the same order in one large dish.
Looking for a romantic Valentine's Day dessert recipe? Try making chocolate fondue. A big batch is the perfect sweet treat to share. Serve this easy three-ingredient dessert with plenty of dippers like fresh fruit, pound cake, pretzels, and dried fruit.
Creamy vanilla pudding is the ultimate throwback Valentine's Day dessert. We've updated this decidedly grownup version with rich vanilla bean paste and sea salt. Playful heart sprinkles add a festive touch.
When it comes to Valentine's Day chocolate recipes, classic is best. Juicy strawberries taste their best when dipped in luscious melted chocolate. We'll show you how to make this easy Valentine's Day dessert. Plus, get our best ideas for creative toppers.
Showstopping desserts for Valentine's Day don't have to be complicated to make! This luscious berry and cream pavlova is as easy as whipping egg whites. Add a special touch with a sprinkling of edible flower petals just before serving.
You've never seen snickerdoodles like this before. This five-ingredient dessert is one of our favorite easy recipes for Valentine's Day. Simply mix, pat into a circle, and cut pizza-style. Make it extra special for the day of love and sprinkle it with red and pink sanding sugar.
An elegant Valentine's Day dessert from your microwave? Yep! This easy dip recipe is rich, creamy, and perfect for enjoying with your sweetie. Add a pop of color and flavor with a sprinkle of ruby pomegranate seeds.