Looking for cute and easy dessert recipes for Valentine’s Day? Look no further! I’ve got 25 Valentine’s Days Dessert Recipes for two or for your kid’s party! Pin this so you can be ready for Valentine’s Day!
Let’s face it, Valentine’s Day is about love and sweets. And chocolate. And the desserts! So whether you are looking for something for your kid’s Valentine’s Day Party at school or a sweet treat for you and your sweetheart.
So I put together this list of cute, fun and decadent Valentine’s Day Dessert Recipes, just in time for the big day.
No matter who you are making one for, you should be able to find one that fits the occasion on this list!
What’s better than a chocolate-covered strawberry? Chocolate Covered Strawberries on a Stick! Turn the classic chocolate treat into a fun, fruity, handheld dessert, fit for any celebration! This quick & easy skewer recipe is gluten-free, vegan, allergy-free, and paleo with just 2 ingredients.
These Valentine Puff Pastry Cookies are super easy to make, and perfect for Valentine’s Day! Puff pastry is cut into hearts and topped with creamy Nutella and raspberries then baked until golden brown for a sweet and flaky cookie that is ready in minutes
These Oreo Heart Truffles are so super simple to make that even the kids can do it right on their own. And you know what makes these pretty (and tasty) little Oreo Heart Truffles so amazing? It’s only 3 ingredients to put them together!
Two bites of perfection, that’s what these Red Velvet Cheesecake Cookies are. Tender rich Chocolate thumbprint cookies with a creamy cheesecake center. Rolling them in coarse sanding sugar gives the lovely crackled look and a slight crispness to the cookies.
This recipe for Homemade Peanut Butter Hearts had me at chocolate and peanut butter. It is so unbelievably amazing and a perfect treat for Valentine’s Day. If you like Reese’s peanut butter cups, you’ll love this recipe.
this delicious chocolate cherry Valentine’s Day bark together with items I already had in my pantry. Of course, you can add nuts, crushed oreos, or really anything you desire. There are no rules, and the lovely thing about making bark is that the possibilities are endless.