The gooier the chocolate, the better it tastes. That's a fact.
Gift your loved one a box of these floral-inspired sweets for a two-in-one treat.
Here's all the proof you need that the best homemade dessert is the one you can make in 10 minutes flat.
Shh, they'll never know that you relied on the boxed stuff to make these heart-shaped brownies.
Get the conversation started with these colorful sugar cookies, complete with festive sprinkles and sweet nothings.
Once you spread a layer of fresh strawberries on top of this cheesecake, it'll be a Valentine's Day showstopper. Watch this video to learn how to make fluffy — not soggy! —cheesecake.
Stay warm by cuddling up with your S.O. and a dish of this low-sugar crumble.
Another reminder that it's what's on the inside that counts.
When it comes to relationships, sharing is caring ... except when it comes to dessert. That's why mini skillets exist.
This one's for all of you gluten-free chocoholics out there.
Have your truffles and eat the box too. Unlike the gifts you buy at the store, this heart-shaped box is made of cake.
Because the best way to cap off pizza night with your beau is with a cinnamon-dusted dessert pizza.
A Rice Krispie base and nutty topping make these chocolate-covered treats almost like giant, crunchy Ferrero Rocher.
These sandwich cookies are classic and sweet, just like your relationship.
Balance out fluffy whipped cream and the tang of orange and cranberry with layers of gingersnap cookies.
The best way to show your family how much you care about them is with a decadent chocolate layer cake.
Send love notes in chocolate form (a.k.a. a dream come true).
When you want to show your love by but just cannot with the oven, these tweaked Twinkies are here for you. Just slice, frost, and decorate. Done.
Bring out extra sweetness with a pinch of salt (that's similar to your relationship anyways, right?).
Red velvet cake is the unsung hero of Valentine's Day.
We predict your sweetheart will go crazy over these homemade cookies filled with custom messages (like, "I love you more than cookies!") handwritten by you.
Sure, this trifle may be intended for Christmas but it's still delicious all winter long. Plus, the cranberry hue makes it totally appropriate for Valentine's Day.
This is the ultimate ice breaker — simply break off a piece of this marble bark and let the conversation flow.
Bake a batch of brownies and your significant other will fall in love all over again. Top each with a decadent, chocolate strawberry? You'll hit your golden anniversary in no time.
Make this velvety, rich dessert the night before, so you can enjoy more time with your beau on the big day.
Trying to show the gem in your life how much you love them? Watch this video to learn how to decorate these gorgeous cookies.
Made with conversation hearts and sweetened condensed milk, this delicious ice will melt anyone's heart.
Nothing says "I love you" like giving him the last bite of cheesecake.
This recipe yields more than 60 cheesecake squares (!). Keep whatever you and your S.O. don't eat in the freezer — that way you can enjoy a few whenever you're in a festive mood.