Make Your Sweetheart Swoon: Our Best Valentine’s Day Desserts

February 14, 2013 | By | Comments (0)

Happy Valentine’s Day!

No matter what you’re doing tonight—staying at home with the kids, planning a romantic dinner for a special someone, celebrating with friends—we’ve got a delicious dessert for the occasion.

Photo: Nigel Cox

Limoncello Freeze
Photo: Nigel Cox

Short on time? Try our Limoncello Freeze. Ready in 10 minutes, this citrusy, icy dessert is both quick and impressive. Creamy and fruity, this tasty dessert makes the perfect palate-cleansing end to a rich dinner.

Classic Fudge Walnut BrowniesPhoto: Francesco Tonelli

Classic Fudge Walnut Brownies
Photo: Francesco Tonelli

Want to make ahead? Whip up a batch of Classic Fudge-Walnut Brownies. This ultra-decadent recipe is made extra rich from chocolate chunks and melted chocolate. If you’re making these for kids, pump up the fun with a heart-shaped cookie cutter instead of slicing into squares.

Individual Chocolate Soufflés

Individual Chocolate Soufflés

Just two of you? Then these Individual Chocolate Soufflés are sure to impress! These warm, airy desserts cure that chocolate craving without being too heavy or rich. Perfectly portioned, they bake up in just 20 minutes.

Chocolate-Frangelico FonduePhoto: Francesco Tonelli

Chocolate-Frangelico Fondue
Photo: Francesco Tonelli

Feeling romantic? Our Chocolate-Frangelico Fondue is deliciously indulgent. Serve with angel food cake or fruit. After all, there’s nothing like ending a candlelit meal with chocolate-dipped strawberries.

Tell us! What are you cooking up for Valentine’s Day?

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