Celebrate the 14th day of February with one, or more, of these 14 extra-sweet dessert recipes. Because, let’s be honest, cards are nice, but Valentine's Day treats are better!
If fried refrigerated buttermilk biscuits rolled in sugar and served with chocolate and strawberry sauce doesn't say “I love you,” maybe it’s time to reevaluate your relationship.
We’re pretty sure the saying goes, “You had me at cream cheese…” So, grab your go-to romantic comedy and a slice of this three-layer stunner. Don’t forget a fork, too.
Heat up your Valentine’s Day with these no bake Hot Chocolate Truffles.
Ready in 20 minutes from start to finish, these Red Velvet Mug Cakes will convince your sweetheart that you didn’t forget it was Valentine’s Day.
Whoever said a kiss is worth a thousand words has never had this fudgy cheesecake kissed with cherry sauce. If they had, they’d only be able to say one word, “yum.”
Love means overlooking how your partner mispronounces the word quesadilla.
Your sweetheart can eat their heart out with this heart-shaped strawberry cake topped with cream cheese and vanilla pudding frosting and fresh strawberries.
Profess your love for homemade dairy-free shortcakes, and for your significant other, with this recipe for Strawberry Shortcake. Plus, any dessert topped with Reddi-wip® is one to be adored.
Spend Valentine’s Day curled up on the couch with your sweetie and this flavorful hot chocolate recipe that combines hot cocoa mix with strawberry flavored lowfat milk.
A layer of expensive pearls has nothing on these layered cheesecake bars made with a chocolate graham cracker crust, topped with cream cheese and swirls of raspberry jam.
Dreaming of a dessert that’s both luscious and adorable? Make it a reality. These bite-sized visions of beauty are ready for their close-up with the oven. Wondering if it’s OK to fall for a cupcake? Yes, yes it is.
Valentine’s Day isn’t only for the lovebirds! This year, mix it up with this sweet and nutty popcorn mix. One recipe yields 16 servings, leaving you with no excuse not to share. Spread the love by filling up a few plastic baggies to put in your child’s lunch box, place in your neighbor’s mailbox, or leave on your co-worker’s desk.
Party-Sized Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate
Make enough hot chocolate for everyone at your Valentine’s Day party with this Party-Sized Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate. Add 8 cups of water to your slow cooker and set it on HIGH for 1 hour. Once the water has heated, add 8 envelopes of Swiss Miss® Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa Mix and a ½ cup of Peter Pan® Peanut Butter. Using an immersion blender, blend together until smooth. Ladle into cups, top with whipped topping and enjoy one of our favorite Valentine's Day recipes!
What is the most mature, sophisticated way to celebrate love? We think it’s making this recipe for the very grown-up, adult version of pudding cups (they’re layered with cake.)