Valentine Desserts

Valentine Desserts

Do you celebrate Valentine’s as a couple or a family?  Of course, now that we are empty nesters it is definitely a couple celebration but when we had kids at home I enjoyed creating  special Valentine  and dinner for the whole family.

Today I am sharing some of my favorite Valentine Desserts.  They seem to have a common theme – chocolate, berries, pink or red!   What is your preference?  Do you prefer something nice and chocolatey or would you rather have something with berries or maybe a combination.

Here are some of my favorites!

Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red Velvet is always a hit and the color is perfect!

Raspberry Velvet Tart

The combination of raspberries and white chocolate is divine!  So pretty too!!

Valentine DessertsWhite Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake

My favorite flavor of cheesecake and the one I always get at The Cheesecake Factory.  Love being able to make it at home.

Valentine DessertsChocolate Meringue Torte

Valentine Desserts

Raspberry Cream Cupcakes

Valentine DessertsStrawberry Cream Cake

Valentine DessertsChocolate Lava Cupcakes

Valentine DessertsPink Lemonade Cupcakes

White-Chocolate-and-Raspberry-Bundt-Cake_0004_1-500x331White Chocolate & Raspberry Mini Bundt Cakes

Strawberry-Chocolate-Cream-Pie-500x331Chocolate Berry Pie

What are you having for your Valentine Dessert?

 

Comments

  1. 1

    These look great – I’m a big fan of chocolate. We have a non chocolate dessert on our blog for Valentine’s Day. http://sistersplayinghouse.blogspot.com/2013/02/oatmeal-jammy-bars-for-valentines-day.html
    Sisters Playing House recently posted..Oatmeal Jammy Bars for Valentine’s Day

  2. 2
    Mrs Deer says:

    Beautiful idea! I love patisseries and Valentine’s Day! It’s the perfect post for me!!
    Mrs Deer recently posted..Cupcake Vanille et son Coeur en pâte à sucre

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