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February 7, 2014

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Jess Novak

Fluffy and sweet, this cocktail drinks like liquid Valentine's chocolates.

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Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces Pinnacle Whipped Vodka
  • whipped cream
  • 4 Ounces ChocoVine Wine

Directions

Combine vodka and wine in a cocktail shaker filled partway with ice, then strain into a cocktail glass. Top with whipped cream.

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65 Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts to Whip Up This Year

There's clearly one holiday that out-sweets the rest: Valentine's Day. Sure, Christmas has cookies and caramels, and Halloween is all about the candies, but Valentine's Day is every chocolate-lover's day to shine. The most romantic day of the year gives you the perfect excuse (not that you need one) to enjoy your favorite decadent sweet treats throughout the day. And while the typical box of chocolates would suffice, these mouthwatering (and easy-to-make) Valentine's Day desserts are worth the extra effort. Whether you're spending Valentine's Day with your significant other, your Galentine's sqaud, or cuddled up on the couch with your furry friend or a bottle of wine, you're going to want to indulge in one (or more!) of these delicious Valentine's Day treats.

From all of the chocolate and fruit combinations you can imagine, to the most adorable heart-shaped treats, to the colorful cupcakes, there's a V-Day dessert for every palate. (One of the recipes even calls for wine!) If you're looking for a dessert to split with your partner after dinner, send to school with your little ones in the morning, or bring to the office to share with your coworkers, you can find the Valentine's Day treat that suits your needs. You can even take things to the next level by wrapping and gifting any one of these Valentine's Day cupcakes, cookies, cakes, and more, for the homemade present your valentine never knew they wanted.

Nothing says Valentine's Day like pink and red everything and chocolate, of course. These tasty treats cover all the bases.

You can never go wrong with cheesecake, let alone adorable, mini-sized ones that you can top with anything your little heart desires: fresh berries, whipped cream, and/or crumbled cookies, just to name a few.

Valentine's day is all about indulging your loved one, right? So why not combine their favorite breakfast items into one delicious treat?

Turn your typical Valentine's Day cupcakes into bite-sized pieces of heaven with this mouthwatering pink velvet cupcake recipe.

Valentine's Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand like milk and cookies. Put a new spin on the traditional box of chocolates with this decadent mousse.

These buttery thumbprint cookies perfectly complement the tartness of the raspberry-lemon filling, all topped off with a white chocolate drizzle that makes sure these aren't too sour.

Start off the most romantic day of the year with breakfast in bed with these three-ingredient doughnuts that only take 15 minutes to make. Glaze them or dust them with powdered or cinnamon sugar.

Instead of giving your partner their favorite candy bar in the cute pink and red holiday wrapping paper this Valentine's Day, turn it into this chocolatey-fruity kebab.

Summer may still be a few months away, but that doesn't mean you can't start having ice cream sandwiches already. It's the day of love! Let yourself and your significant other enjoy all of the day's sweet treats.

Who says pizza has to be salty? This sweet pie gives a new meaning to the word "pizza," and will be come your new favorite treat.

Transform their go-to Sunday morning doughnut into their new favorite cupcake.

You Valentine's dessert can be anything you want, so forget chocolate (if that's not your thing). These lemon hearts are festive and make for a delicious chocolate alternative.

Your Valentine's Day dessert doesn't have to be simple or decadent &mdash it can be both with these rich chocolate cookies.

Granted, this is technically a salad recipe, but the combination of honey, greek yogurt, and fruit sounds like a dessert to me (especially if you're looking for a treat that's rich in vitamin C).

This no-bake, frozen cheesecake only requires six ingredients and has a relatively simple preparation process that only takes 30 minutes.

This breathtakingly decorated cake will be the most gorgeous centerpiece for your Valentine's Day dinner table. And if you don't live somewhere that it snows in February, simply remove the snowflake toppings.

This five-ingredient dessert is the perfect last-minute sweet treat to whip up. It only takes 5 minutes and is very on brand for Valentine's Day, considering the hints of pink and red colors.

Frozen mango and pineapple chunks make for an incredibly refreshing dessert, and the melted white chocolate drizzled takes this recipe the extra mile.

If you want to try something new this Valentine's Day, consider making these hermit bars. They're rich with molasses, dried cherries, and candied ginger, which fill them with flavor.

These pavlovas (a.k.a. meringue swirls) are almost too pretty to eat, but once you take a bite, you won't want to stop. They do take a few hours to cool, however, so plan accordingly.

Put a classy twist on your favorite toasted pastry with these gorgeous mini desserts. All you need is refrigerated pie dough, raspberry (or any other) jam, and an egg.

Who says you can't have pie year-round? This colorful dessert keeps both pecan and fruit pie fans happy by combining the two in the very best way.

What's Valentine's Day, the holiday made up of pink and red everything, without a classic red velvet dessert? These ice cream sandwiches are to-die-for, and if you're feeling really adventurous, you can make your own vanilla ice cream to go with it.

These green tea cookies are incredible and give your loved one their favorite latte in dessert form.

Cinnamon rolls are another great option for breakfast in bed but also easily work as a delicious after-dinner treat.

You can make these madeleines in two different ways, either with store-bought cookies or making madeleines from scratch. Then you just dip them into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with freeze-dried raspberries.

Transport your valentine (or yourself) to the streets of Barcelona with these churros made from scratch.

Put an Irish spin on the classic chocolatey dessert by folding a fourth cup of your favorite stout into the batter for a richness and depth that makes turns your childhood favorite into your adult favorite. And if you want to add some red or pink food coloring, there would be no judgments here.

These orange slices are perfect if you're looking for something sweet and light after your big Valentine's Day meal.

If you want to prepare something tasty and a little more on the lighter side of the flavor scale, look no further. These fruit poops are perfect, even if it's still 20 degrees out.

This rhubarb and almond cake is perfectly pink for Valentine's Day. You definitely won't be able to have just one slice.

What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?

Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.

Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.

Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.

Everyone gifts roses on Valentine's Day, but these cupcakes are a much sweeter treat.

The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.

These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.

Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.

If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the . well . raspberry on top.

What You'll Need: Cake stand ($27, Amazon)

We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)


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Strawberry Mousse an Easy NO COOKING Valentine’s day recipe that can make your valentines day special. Subscribe to The Foodie for more such recipes.

Ingredients:
– 1 1/2 Cup Strawberries
– 1/4 Cup Caster Sugar
– 3 Tbsp Water
– 2 Tsp Gelatine
– 1 Cup Sweetened Whipped Cream

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Procedure:
– In a blending jar, add in the chopped strawberries, followed by caster sugar
– Blend to a paste-like consistency. Keep aside
– In a tiny bowl add gelatin powder & some water. Mix well
– Add the gelatin mix to the strawberry puree & mix well
– Add sweetened whipped cream to the strawberry puree & mix well. The mousse is now almost ready
– In the serving glass, add a layer of mousse at the bottom. Top it up with a layer of strawberries
– Repeat this pattern till your glass is full
– Set the mousse in the fridge for an hour before serving

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45+ Easy Valentine's Day Cupcake And Cake Recipes to Whip Up This Year

Trust us, this is what your love really wants.

Valentine's Day may be known for many things (read: fancy dinners, girls' nights out, cuddling up on the couch, and lots of love), but if there's one aspect of it that stands out above the rest, it's all of the sweet treats. From holiday-themed drinks, to boxes of chocolates, to Valentine's Day cakes and cupcakes, there's no shortage of decadent desserts for you, your significant other, your galentines, or your loved ones. Whether you have a couple of hours to whip something up or less than 30 minutes, you're bound to find a Valentine's Day cupcake or cake recipe that suits your needs.

There's a V-Day themed dessert for every palate. Even those with little to no sweet tooth will want a second serving of any one of these decadent treats. Self-proclaimed chocoholic? There are plenty of rich recipes you'll dream of for days to come. Prefer fruity cupcakes? You got it. All about the cheesecake? You won't be disappointed. And you don't have to be a professional chef to whip up these Valentine's Day desserts. Most are super simple, and only require a little work and a lot of love. Serve them at the end of a Valentine's Day meal or wrap them up as gifts for your valentine(s). Not matter who's eating them, any recipient of these Valentine's Day cake and cupcake will be sweet on your for months to come.


The Easiest Valentine’s Day Dinners You’ll Ever Make

Need a last-minute Valentine’s Day dinner idea (or just planning ahead and keeping it simple)? Something easy and quick is in order, but maybe a little more thoughtful than a heart-shaped delivery pizza.

Lou Malnati's Heart-Shaped Pizza Gift Package, $65.99 on Amazon

Although, this Chicago gourmet deep-dish version just might do the trick.

If you can get to the grocery store for a few relatively simple items, you can whip up a number of refined, unfussy meals that demand little in the way of forethought or active preparation, without seeming thrown-together. Easier than snagging an eleventh hour reservation, and decidedly more romantic than plastic takeout clamshell containers, too.

Whether you totally forgot Valentine’s Day was coming up and you need to make it look like you had it covered all along, or you just found a last-minute Tinder date you want to woo with an impressive but labor-light meal (because, hey, you never know if it’ll be worth it), these options are easy-peasy yet fancy-schmancy enough to elicit adoration. And if you’re spending the “holiday” alone, why not treat yourself—to a marvelous meal and a relaxing evening?

Option 1: Curate a Cheese Plate

Gather a bunch of artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, nuts, and fruit, perhaps a nice jar of mustard or preserves, good bread or a couple different high-quality crackers, a bottle of wine or craft beer, and some dark chocolate (or Reese’s hearts, if you prefer), and make a lavish spread on your nicest plate or serving platter once you get home. A few minutes of slicing and artful arrangement and you have a lovely meal. Get tips on putting together a cheese plate here, but ask the kind folks behind the cheese counter for additional guidance if you need it they’ll be happy to help.

See more tips on putting together a Valentine’s-themed wine and cheese dinner so your cheese plate is even more on-point.

Option 2: Make a Marvelous Instant Pot Meal

If you have an Instant Pot (or any other pressure cooker), you can make all sorts of normally time-consuming fancy fare in a flash, from risotto to coq au vin and beef bourguignon—Julia Child herself would approve. Either of the latter recipes would be great over mashed potatoes, which, conveniently enough, you can make at the same time in the Instant Pot, if you have a metal steamer basket you can nestle on top.


45 Valentine's Day Desserts for Your Sweetie

Looking for the perfect Valentine's Day gift idea? Nothing spells l-o-v-e like a scratch-made dessert.

Related To:

Simply Sweet Strawberry Milk

Warm your Valentine's heart and soul with this hot strawberry milk. Top with whipped cream and conversation hearts, and serve to your honey for a love-filled dessert drink.

Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Cookie Truffles

You're probably familiar with classic chocolate truffles. But these beauties mix chocolate sandwich cookies, cream cheese and fresh strawberries for a treat that's seriously irresistible. Plus, you can use a heart cookie cutter and hot-pink sprinkles to make them even more delightful.

Raspberry Chocolate Cookie Shots

These chocolate cookie shot glasses make such a fun treat for kids and adults alike. You can fill them with candy, milk &mdash most anything &mdash but you can&rsquot go wrong with our raspberry mousse filling.

Pink Champagne Truffles

Toast to love and another year of happiness with these bite-sized truffles that pair perfectly with a chute of champagne.

Cupid's Arrow Hot Chocolate

Kids and adults alike will love this fun twist on a classic winter treat. Dress up hot chocolate with heart-shaped marshmallows and a paper straw "arrow" for the finishing touch.

Conversation Heart Cookies

This year, swap those traditional candy conversation hearts for something homemade and customized. Make vanilla sandwich cookies and use a custom stamp-setting kit and food-safe decorating pen to create personalized and scrumptious messages right on top.

Tic-Tac-Toe Brownies

For an easy, yet completely lovable snack, create tic-tac-toe brownies by simply icing a few lines and adding conversation heart candies. This snack not only acts as a delectable treat but doubles as a mini board game.

Chocolate Brownie Pudding

This super chocolatey treat is sure to satisfy your sweetie's sweetest tooth. Is it a brownie? Is it pudding? We're not sure. All we know is that it's sinfully delicious.

Heritage Red Velvet Cake

You don't need any special supplies to make this sweet, heart-shaped cake. Just create a hand-drawn template and cut out the heart with a knife. If you can resist eating the cake scraps, crumble them and coat the cake for a soft, crumb layering.

Pie Crust Designs

Spell out "love" on your significant other's favorite pie, then hand-deliver for a true reaction.

Chocolate Strawberry Shortcakes

Nothing goes together quite like chocolate and strawberries, but here's a combination you probably haven't seen. Chocolate shortcakes give this traditional dessert an unexpected twist.

Perfect Cut-Out Sugar Cookies

Say those three magic words with a batch of homemade frosted sugar cookies. HGTV Crafternoon's Marianne Canada shares how to decorate them for Valentine's Day in three different ways below.

White-Chocolate-Dipped Fortune Cookies

Surprise your valentine with a special delivery in the form of white-chocolate-dipped fortune cookies packaged in a personalized takeout box.


Valentine's Day Dessert Recipes

Leading up to the release of Magnolia Table Volume Two in April, we’ll be releasing one recipe from the book a month! To kick things off, we’re sharing two recipes just right for a Valentine’s Day celebration.

Strawberry Pie

This recipe has been updated on 2/28/20. We apologize for any inconvenience the previous version has caused.

ingredients

3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons (7 ounces) sweetened condensed milk
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
2 cups (about 9 ounces) strawberries, hulled and cut into 1/4-inch dice (about 11/2 cups), plus whole strawberries, for garnish (optional)
1 cup heavy cream
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1/4 cup powdered sugar
Graham cracker crust

instructions

1. In a large bowl, whisk together the condensed milk and lemon juice, then
stir in the diced strawberries.

2. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, mix the heavy cream,
vanilla extract, and powdered sugar on a low speed for 30 seconds. Increase
the speed to medium-high and beat until stiff peaks form, about 2 minutes.

3. Add the whipped cream to the bowl with the condensed milk mixture, and gently fold it in. The consistency will resemble a thick pudding. Pour the pie filling into the crust.

4. Freeze for at least 6 hours or up to overnight. Garnish with strawberries, if desired.

5. Remove from the freezer and serve immediately.

6. Store, covered, in the freezer for up to 5 days.

Black Forest Cake

This is my dad’s favorite cake, and it’s the only thing he asks for on his birthday, year after year. What sets this cake apart is a small addition of cherries—which if you know anything about my dad’s and my shared love for chocolate and cherry, it’s what we’d consider a winning combination. — Jo

prep: 1 hour, plus 1 hour chilling
cook: under 25 minutes
cool: 40 minutes

ingredients

Nonstick baking spray
2 cups granulated sugar
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon kosher salt
2 large eggs
1 cup whole milk
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
2 teaspoons instant coffee crystals
1 cup hot water

One 14.5-ounce can cherries
2/3 cup granulated sugar
3 tablespoons cornstarch
1 tablespoon unsalted butter
1/4 teaspoon almond extract

whipped cream

1 pint heavy cream
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

instructions

1. To make the cake: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spray three 8-inch round pans with nonstick baking spray.

2. In a large bowl, whisk together the granulated sugar, flour, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.

3. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, combine the eggs, milk, oil, and vanilla and whisk on medium speed until well combined, 1 to 2 minutes. On low speed, slowly add the flour mixture and mix until combined.

4. In a small bowl, stir the coffee crystals into the hot water. With the machine on low, slowly pour the coffee mixture into the mixer. Turn the mixture to medium speed and whisk until the batter is smooth, 1 to 2 minutes.

5. Divide the batter evenly among the three pans. Bake until a tester inserted in the center comes out clean, about 22 minutes. Let the cake layers cool in the pans on wire racks for 10 minutes, then unmold them onto the racks to cool completely. The cake layers must be completely cooled before you assemble the cake.

6. To make the filling: Drain the cherries, reserving 1/4 cup of juice. In a large saucepan, combine the cherries and reserved juice, granulated sugar, and cornstarch. Bring the mixture to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Reduce the heat and simmer until the juices begin to thicken, about 7 minutes. Stir in the butter and almond extract and set aside to cool to lukewarm.

7. To make the whipped cream: In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, combine the cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla. Start on low speed, then slowly turn the mixer up to high speed and continue mixing on high for 2 to 3 minutes until fluffy and the cream holds a soft peak when you pull the whisk out of the bowl.

8. Set one cake layer on an 8-inch cake round. Using a serrated knife, cut off the uneven top of the cake so that it’s level, reserving the scraps. Using a piping bag fitted with a star tip, pipe the whipped cream to make a 2-inch-thick border around the top of the cake, starting at the outside edge and moving in. Spoon 1/3 cup cherry filling onto the center of the cake and gently spread it out to meet the whipped cream.

9. Add a second cake layer and level the top, again reserving the scraps. Repeat to make a whipped cream border with 1/3 cup cherry filling in the middle.

10. Lay the third layer on the cake. Add a generous cup of whipped cream to the top of the cake and spread to cover the top and the sides. Keep the whipped cream layer thick enough to cover the cake, and always move the spatula through the whipped cream, pushing it towards the unfrosted part.

11. Turn the cake scraps into crumbs. Gently press cake crumbs into whipped cream on the side of the cake. Spoon the remaining cherry filling onto the center of the top of the cake and pipe a border of whipped cream around the edge of the cake to keep the filling from leaking.


The Easiest Valentine’s Day Dinners You’ll Ever Make

Need a last-minute Valentine’s Day dinner idea (or just planning ahead and keeping it simple)? Something easy and quick is in order, but maybe a little more thoughtful than a heart-shaped delivery pizza.

Lou Malnati's Heart-Shaped Pizza Gift Package, $65.99 on Amazon

Although, this Chicago gourmet deep-dish version just might do the trick.

If you can get to the grocery store for a few relatively simple items, you can whip up a number of refined, unfussy meals that demand little in the way of forethought or active preparation, without seeming thrown-together. Easier than snagging an eleventh hour reservation, and decidedly more romantic than plastic takeout clamshell containers, too.

Whether you totally forgot Valentine’s Day was coming up and you need to make it look like you had it covered all along, or you just found a last-minute Tinder date you want to woo with an impressive but labor-light meal (because, hey, you never know if it’ll be worth it), these options are easy-peasy yet fancy-schmancy enough to elicit adoration. And if you’re spending the “holiday” alone, why not treat yourself—to a marvelous meal and a relaxing evening?

Option 1: Curate a Cheese Plate

Gather a bunch of artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, nuts, and fruit, perhaps a nice jar of mustard or preserves, good bread or a couple different high-quality crackers, a bottle of wine or craft beer, and some dark chocolate (or Reese’s hearts, if you prefer), and make a lavish spread on your nicest plate or serving platter once you get home. A few minutes of slicing and artful arrangement and you have a lovely meal. Get tips on putting together a cheese plate here, but ask the kind folks behind the cheese counter for additional guidance if you need it they’ll be happy to help.

See more tips on putting together a Valentine’s-themed wine and cheese dinner so your cheese plate is even more on-point.

Option 2: Make a Marvelous Instant Pot Meal

If you have an Instant Pot (or any other pressure cooker), you can make all sorts of normally time-consuming fancy fare in a flash, from risotto to coq au vin and beef bourguignon—Julia Child herself would approve. Either of the latter recipes would be great over mashed potatoes, which, conveniently enough, you can make at the same time in the Instant Pot, if you have a metal steamer basket you can nestle on top.


10 Quick & Easy Valentine’s Day Recipes | Valentine’s Day Special | Easy Dessert Recipes And Treats

Recipe : 2 Mini Chocolate Cake
Ingredients
1 cup All Purpose Flour
1/4 cup Cocoa Powder
1 teaspoon Baking Powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
2/3 cup Powdered Sugar
1/4 cup Oil
1/2 cup Butter Milk
1/2 cup Hot Coffee
1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Essence
Chocolate Frosting
Gummies

Recipe : 3 Cheesy Monaco Bites
Ingredients
1 Potato, boiled & grated
1/4 cup Onion
2 tablespoon Tomato
2 tablespoon Capsicum
3 tablespoon Cheese
Salt
1/2 teaspoon Chilli Flakes
1/4 teaspoon Oregano
Coriander Leaves
Monaco Biscuits
Tomato Sauce
Sev

Recipe : 4 Chocolate Dessert
Ingredients
Biscuit, powdered
Chocolate Syrup
Heavy Cream
Cherry
Choco Roll
Chocolate Wafer

Recipe : 5 Choco Lava Cake In 10 Mins
Ingredients
160 grams Oreo
1/2 cup Milk
1 drop Oil
Dark Chocolate Pieces
Sugar Dust

Recipe : 6 Chocolate Pops
Ingredients
4 slices Wheat Bread
1 tablespoon Salted Butter, melted
1 tablespoon Nutella
1 tablespoon Powdered Sugar
Water, hot
80 grams Dark Chocolate
Sprinkles

Recipe : 7 Bread Pizza On Tawa In 5 Mins
Ingredients:
5-6 Bread Slices
200 gms Mozzarella Cheese
1 Med. Capsicum
1 Med. Onion
1 Med. Tomato
2 Tsp Butter
1 Tsp Chilli Flakes
1 Tsp Oregano
1 Tsp Dried Basil
1/8 Tsp Black Pepper Powder
1/8 Tsp Black Salt
1/8 Tsp Chaat Masala
2 Tbsp Tomato Ketchup

Recipe : 8 Nutella Brownies
Ingredients
Salt
400 grams Nutella
2 Eggs
1/2 cup All Purpose Flour

Recipe : 9 Instant Bread Pastry
Coffee Syrup Preparation
Ingredients
1/2 cup Water, warm
3 tablespoon Sugar
1/2 teaspoon Instant Coffee Powder

Bread Pastry
Ingredients
5 Bread Slices
1 cup Whipped Cream
2 tablespoon Chocolate, melted
2 tablespoon Cocoa Powder
Milk Chocolate, grated
Cherry

Recipe : 10 Chocolate Coffee Cookies
Ingredients
For Cookies
150 gms Sugar
25 gms Corn Flour
40 gms Cocoa Powder
120 gms Salted Butter (Cold)
1 Egg
1/2 Tsp Vanilla Essence
220 gms Plain Flour

For Ganache Filling
3/4 Cup Heavy Cream
180 gms Dark Chocolate
1 Tsp Instant Coffee Powder

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