Every year for Valentine’s Day it’s become a tradition of mine to bake a bunch of sweets and give them to friends, family, coworkers, and of course, my sweetheart. As a creature of habit I’ve always made the same easy and delicious $10 red velvet cake truffles, but this year I wanted to try something different. Today I’m sharing a few incredible recipes from my favorite food bloggers that are perfect for Valentine’s Day. From easy to ornate, these dessert recipes won’t fail at making you look like a pro pastry chef and will definitely impress your sweetheart this month.
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Unique and delicious, these heart-shaped churro bites are easy to make and can be made even better with Nutella or other dipping sauces. Click here for the recipe.
#2: Apple Rose Tart
Not only is this apple tart gorgeous, but it’s gluten-free too! Click here for the recipe.
#3: Cupid Cocoa
Curl up by the fireplace with a snug blanket with these cute strawberry hot cocoas and watch some movies. Click here for the recipe.
Oreos, cream cheese, and pudding? This combination is foolproof and sure to be a decadent and easy-to-prepare treat. Click here for the recipe.
If you want a dessert that’s (somewhat) on the healthier side of things, consider making this refreshing fruit trifle. Click here for the recipe.
I made this exact cheesecake cake 2 holiday seasons ago and it was an absolute hit! It’s a dead-on copycat recipe of The Cheesecake Factory’s Red Velvet Cheesecake Cake. Click here for the recipe.
How cute are these?! Simple to make and makes such a lasting impression. Click here for the recipe.
I am absolutely drooling over these – I love cookie dough. But dipped in chocolate? They might not even make it to the gift box. Click here for the recipe.
Love crepes? Love cake? Okay, this is pretty much a done deal. The fluffy raspberry mascarpone cream in-between each crepe completes it. Click here for the recipe.
How cute is this cheesecake!? Not only is this a great aesthetic twist to the normal cheesecake, but the white chocolate raspberry flavor also makes it far from basic. Click here for the recipe.
Want something warm and cold at the same time? Try out these molten chocolate lava cakes that ooze with chocolate lava. Click here for the recipe.
Give this incredibly cute recipe a try if your Valentine is obsessed with French macarons. Click here for the recipe.
Anyone can buy Sweethearts candy, but these cheesecakes are even cuter. Click here for the recipe.
If your Valentine loves a boozy treat, make sure to check them these wine-infused strawberries. I’m sure I’ll be making these for myself! Click here for the recipe.
If you want something cheap and easy to make, these red velvet cake truffles will hit the bill for your budget (and taste buds). Click here for the recipe.
Want something less chocolatey and more vanilla-y? Here’s the Funfetti version of the above red velvet cake truffle recipe. Click here for the recipe.
What recipe will you be trying out for Valentine’s Day? Let me know in the comments and don’t forget to subscribe to my newsletter below for more recipes and budget-friendly holiday ideas.
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