From cake pops, to cheesecake brownies to cupcakes and more, you’ve come to the right place for delicious Valentine’s Day Desserts to make!
Valentine’s Day Desserts
A favorite way to show my love is to make something sweet for those special people in my life. And, trust me, my little loves are always happy when Valentine’s Day desserts are involved!
I’ve gathered together valentines recipes all right here for you. You’re welcome!
Now, you too, can stir up my basic brownie recipe in one bowl and bake it into chocolate goodness. Then, using a cookie cutter, shape them into heart brownies. Now that’s a lotta love!
Don’t want to turn on your oven? “Bake” a Hot Chocolate Mug Cake in the microwave in just minutes.
Love Nutella? Me too! And our Nutella Stuffed Cookies are a snap to make when you use refrigerated pie crust.
Red Velvet Donuts bake in the oven and are perfect for both breakfast and dessert!
No time to bake? Pick up cupcakes at the bakery and top them with heart shaped fondant with a love message or someone’s name on it as a special treat.
I promise you’ll find a favorite recipe or two when you scroll down and check out these easy valentine desserts!
So go ahead and show your love with a sweet treat. Your valentine will be delighted!
- Be sure to measure your flour correctly. Spoon flour into the measuring cup and level off with the flat end of a knife. Never scoop the flour into the measuring cup or you will get too much flour for your recipe.
- If a recipe calls for kosher salt, be sure to use the right salt! If you only have table salt, then use half of the amount called for.
- Use the brownie scraps when you cut them into hearts as a topping for ice cream!
Valentine's Day FAQ's
What is the most popular candy on Valentine’s Day?
The classic heart-shaped box of chocolates is the most popular candy given on Valentine’s Day. Not only is it the most popular, it is also the most traditional.
Who created the first Valentine’s Day box of chocolates?
Richard Cadbury, from the famous Cadbury chocolate company, is said to have created the very first heart-shaped Valentine’s Day box of chocolates in 1861.
How much chocolate is eaten on Valentine’s Day?
According to Eat Out Eat Well, 58 million pounds of chocolate is sold for the holiday including 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate. This amounts to 448 million dollars worth of chocolate!
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