Valentine's Day is a big food holiday. Many dinners, desserts and sweet treats are being planned. However, if you really want to show your significant other you care, skip these tasty, but kind of boring, ideas.
We get it, you want to give your love some chocolate but you want to be original and think outside of the heart shaped box. Our suggestion? Don't. Weirdly shaped chocolate is cool, but so cool that your significant other may not want to ruin it by chowing down, and nothing is worse than candy that you can't eat.
Baking mixes might seem like good Valentine's Day treat for your friends but why you would gift all the ingredients to make cookies and not just actually gift fresh-baked cookies is beyond us.
Bags of candy are the way to go for a Kindergarten V-Day celebration or a night in with you, yourself, and some Netflix but definitely not something you should be gifting to someone you care about.
Wine is most definitely appreciated in all its forms but a cheap bottle for your Valentine is basically an insult (unless it's ). On this day skip the Chateau Diana and get you and your honey a nice bottle.
A box of chocolates is a V-Day classic, and we're all about the , but try to look beyond the selection at your local Walgreens and pick out something a with a lot less sugar and a lot more class. In case you're wondering what to get, .
Don't get us wrong, fudge is great, but it's so easy that it'll definitely look like you're not trying, which is not the way to score some points with your babe on V-Day. On any other day, however, you should definitely woo your boo with .
Conversation hearts were cute in the 3rd grade when they were about the only way you could tell crush how you felt without being too awkward. But now, we're adults and adults don't give other adults chalk-flavored candies.
Dipping a cherry in chocolate does not a gift make. Skip this not-so-great treat that only a grandma would love and spring for some chocolate-covered strawberries instead.