14 Favorite Valentine’s Day Desserts

It’s no secret that I love baking, basically everything and anything sweet, so Valentine’s Day is one of my favorites (any excuse to bake … and cover things in pink frosting and sprinkles is a great holiday indeed.) These are a few of my favorite recipes (some I’ve made over and over again, and some I can’t wait to try … either way, they’re all awesome).

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Meet the cutest Striped Strawberry Champagne Cake on the block. The ombré fondant stripes were actually made using a mixer’s pasta making attachment; how cool is that? (via Brit + Co.)

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Cuteness overload. Loving these Valentine’s Day S’more Hearts with homemade marshmallows and graham crackers. (via Kelly Bakes)

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I have had homemade pop tarts on the top of my baking list, and heart-shaped pop tarts, well that’s just brilliant. Plus, these use a shortcut (of the pre-made pie crust variety), so they’re extra simple to throw together. (via Style Within Reach)

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Classic and subtly sweet, these flaky, buttery, fruity Raspberry Palmiers only look complicated (hint: they are actually surprisingly easy to make). Serve with ice cream, tea, or coffee and your sweetie will adore you. (via Palachinka)

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Adorably sweet heart-shaped Brownies with Raspberry Buttercream filling. (via A Farmgirl’s Dabbles)

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These gorgeous Raspberry Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches are Vegan and Gluten-Free) … wow. (via Bojon Gourmet)

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I love these individual make-ahead Chocolate Cheesecake Mousse: desserts. I really really love that they are no-bake. (via Alaska From Scratch)

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This is my tried-and-true recipe for red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting. It doesn’t get much better than these. (via Glitter, Inc.)

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This Strawberries and Cream ‘Heart’ Cake is covered in conversation hearts … talk about an adorably clever cake topping. (via Gimme Some Oven)

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Every single thing about this Strawberry Nutella Cheesecake sounds good. (via Gimme Some Oven)

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My hubby will always love a classic Sugar Cookie with Cream Cheese Frosting, so these are the perfect Valentine’s Day sweet in our house. (via Kristine’s Kitchen)

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If you’re treating your sweetheart to a weekend brunch, this recipe for Red Velvet Waffles with Cream Cheese Icing Drizzle sounds utterly decadent. (via Taste and Tell)

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Recently added to my arsenal of Valentine’s Day desserts, these Nutella and chocolate-covered strawberries are simple to make, oh so good, and a fun twist on the classic chocolate-covered strawberry. (via Glitter, Inc.)

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A slightly healthy spin on a fun Valentine’s Day dessert: Baked Chocolate Cherry Donuts. (via Making Nice in the Midwest)

Any favorite Valentine’s Day recipes?


Lexi

6 comments


  1. Wow! These all look amazing. All I can think of at not-even-10 am are these sweets. Too bad my sugar detox will keep me away from Valentine’s Day goodies. Okay, maybe the nutella strawberries can make the list. And those red velvet waffles!

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  2. Connie

    Love these! My mouth is officially watering right now.

    Also, am I the only insane person who is addicted to candy hearts?

    Connie | Sponsored by Coffee

    • Lexi

      Ah ditto! And I’m more of a candy corn kinda girl myself. #addicted

  3. Meagan

    Oh my goodness! They all look amazing! My husband and I make red velvet cupcakes together every valentine’s day. When we got married we wanted a tradition we could do every year, regardless of our income.
    -Meg
    http://www.smalltownsisters.blogspot.com

  4. kim thorne

    ooo yummy desserts…..mmmmm

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