Toll House cookie dough spells messages of love for your sweetie, shown above. Cookie dough works well for many creative treats; you can even make cookie Valentine ornaments (and learn how to drizzle icing).
Sweeten up Valentine’s Day with this delectably rich and indulgent chocolate mousse and fresh raspberry pie.
Another way to use cookie dough to show someone you care is shown above. Just form the dough into cards and decorate!
This Valentine cookie, shown above, has chocolate in the center…makes them very hard to resist.
Romance that special someone with a slice of this heavenly dessert, made lighter with egg whites, lowfat milk and less butter. The addition of coffee kicks up the chocolate!
These macaroons above are sure to steal the heart of the coconut lover in your life.
If you’ve ever been afraid of soufflé, this is the recipe for you! It’s easier than you think, and the video from Chris shows you exactly how it’s done.
This chocolate panini made with the new Wonka Scrumdiddlyumptious bar is based on a classic Italian grilled sandwich.
These tiny cups made out of chocolate and filled with peanut butter filling are the perfect treat at the end of a Valentine dinner. Also, try these Huggable Heart Cookie Cups.
I hope you all have something delicious for Valentine’s Day, even if you make it for yourself! And don’t forget to enter our Bake Some Love contest with your creations. If you’re feeling lucky, check out next week’s Chocolate Week baking contest on BetterRecipes.com.
Our fave runner-up Valentine recipes:
Huggable Heart Cookie Cups
Heavenly Heart-Shaped Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Valentine Hearts Ornaments
Chocolate Chip Valentine Cookie Cards