Valentine’s Day is here again!
It’s time to show love to those we care about,, and trust me, one of the best ways to keep your love alive and blazing hot is to enjoy desserts with your loved ones on Valentine’s Day.
You and the love of your life are in the kitchen baking bite-sized treats. You play, laugh, enjoy the desserts, and most of all, you both create memories that capture each other’s hearts while at it.
You may end up covered in flour, but both of you can be sure that you’ll have pleasant memories no one can take away from you.
Are you ready?
Here are some of the best desserts to enjoy with your loved ones on Valentine’s day.
- Raspberry-Ganache Tart
What tells us of the color of love better than a raspberry? Those cute and tiny berries remind us of the reason for the season.
With your semisweet chocolate, a few raspberries, whipping cream, margarine, and vanilla extract, you can make your raspberry-ganache tart in about an hour.
It’s easy to prepare, and it does wonders for your taste buds. Here’s the recipe.
- Hot Cocoa Cake
If cocoa and chocolate don’t remind you of the sweetness of love, what will?
The hot cocoa cake involves pretty simple steps, and in 75 minutes, all should be done.
You need sea salt, coffee powder, sugar, chocolate, sour cream, egg whites, eggs, unsalted butter, baking powder, vanilla extract, hot water, baking soda, unsweetened cocoa powder, and flour. Get to preparing it already. Good luck!
- Brioche Bread Pudding with Bourbon Butterscotch Sauce
The aroma of this dessert is inviting, and the taste is out of this world.
It’s just what you need to sweeten February 14. Thankfully, Valentine’s Day falls on Sunday this year, so you can have this dessert right after breakfast. (Sometimes, I enjoy this before breakfast…that’s my secret).
There are two major ingredients involved here, and that’s your bread pudding and butterscotch sauce.
Grease your bread pan, make sure you have your milk, heavy cream, eggs, salt, vanilla extract, and of course, your brioche loaf.
With all of these, in 2 hours, your sweet dessert is ready. Here’s the full recipe.
- Coconut Angel Cake
You don’t need to get scared about putting on some weight after eating this; it’s low in fat and sugar. With this knowledge, you and your loved one can guiltlessly enjoy this rich dessert.
With your flour, sugar, egg white, salt, unsweetened coconut milk, unsalted butter, and other ingredients, you’ll get this done in two hours. See the recipe.
- Meringue Sundae with Peppery Berry Sauce
Looking for some food excitement on Valentine’s Day? This meringue sundae is what you need.
With simple steps, this dessert will get you blushing and falling in love all over again.
It takes only 45 minutes to prepare and you’re good to go with meringue cookies, frozen strawberries and raspberries, brown sugar, black pepper, vanilla ice cream, and a few other ingredients. Discover the recipe.
- No-Bake Cheesecake with Berry Toppings
If you’re not a fan of baking, this is for you. I won’t be exaggerating when I say this dessert can help you discover love all over again.
Why? The no-bake cheesecake with berry toppings involves quite a number of steps that, when carried out with the one you love, make time for love to blossom all over.
Almost 7 hours spent making a dessert is no joke, you know? You get all the time in the world to chat, laugh, play and have fun while at it.
All you need is your Greek yogurt, vanilla extract, cream cheese, salt, unflavored gelatin, almonds, sugar, heavy cream, raspberries, zest, rum, fresh mint leaves, bourbon, brown sugar, blackberries, strawberries, vinegar, chopped basil, and lemon zest. Discover the recipe.
- Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart
The good thing about making salted caramel chocolate tart is that you’ll have the time to chat, laugh, and even throw in a few bear hugs, kisses, and naughty looks. The preparation process is long, so please make sure you’re doing this with someone you have tested love for.
You’ll need sugar, flaky sea salt, kosher salt, flour, milk, water, heavy cream, and some other ingredients.
To speed up the process, you can make the caramel filling 3 days ahead and make sure it stays frozen. Make the dough two days earlier while you make the tart and crust a day before eating it. Here’s a detailed step-by-step.
Do something different to make this Valentine’s day remarkable and memorable. Try out these desserts, and hopefully, they’ll bring more sweetness into the love you already share with your favorite people.