Whether your person is a chocoholic, a wino, or someone who just can't get enough cheesecake, we've got a romantic dessert they're sure to love. And if you're not a pro in the kitchen, worry not — many of these recipes are super easy to make. Sweet!
These homemade truffles are way better than anything store-bought, since you can customize them with your partner's favorite flavors.
It doesn't get more romantic than these rich chocolate cupcakes infused with Cabernet Sauvignon. Pour a splash of wine in your buttercream frosting for that lovely pink color.
These delicate macarons are not only beautiful, but delicious, thanks to the vanilla-and-cinnamon buttercream filling inside.
These sweet peanut-butter-and-jelly treats will bring back memories of your first playground crush.
Write bae a love note using these creamy ganache-covered cupcakes.
These gorgeous have a delicious Nutella surprise waiting beneath the rosy pink buttercream frosting.
This decadent, dreamy "ice cream" is gluten and dairy free, perfect if you've got a loved one with dietary restrictions.
Brownies and chocolate-covered strawberries are Valentine's Day classics on their own, but when they come together? Magic.
You don't need to be a wizard in the kitchen to make these elegant chocolate almond clusters. For that extra V-Day touch, garnish with .
If you really want to go above and beyond with a luxurious, elegant treat for your valentine, you can't do better than these decadent coffee and chocolate treats.
The secret to the rich red color on these truffles is something you probably wouldn't expect: dried beetroot. (Don't worry, it doesn't affect the chocolatey taste.)
Add a little whimsy to your Valentine's Day date with these crunchy meringue nests. They're light, beautiful, and incredibly tasty, thanks to the grapefruit and mixed berry filling.
What could be more perfect on Valentine's Day than these elegant and delicious heart-shaped tarts, made with strawberry and dark chocolate?
These luxe-looking cherries could be used to top an ice cream sundae, or enjoyed on their own.
If your darling doesn't go crazy for chocolate, there are still plenty of Valentine's Day dessert options, like these sweet grapefruit bars topped with powdered sugar. Yum!
Red velvet might as well be the official dessert of Valentine's Day, and these bars topped with cream cheese frosting are one of our favorite ways to celebrate.
The holy trinity of chocolate, raspberry, and cheesecake comes together in these beautiful tartlets, which are topped with .
We've got heart eyes for this treat, which combines three of our favorite things: cheesecake, red velvet, and brownies.