Think back to the days of teasing your crush on the playground with these nostalgic peanut butter and jelly cupcakes.
This is the only kind of bug we'll eat.
Red velvet cake and cream cheese frosting are a match made in heaven.
Take your box of chocolate-covered strawberries to the next level. Hint: there's cheesecake involved.
Double the romance and have cake and chocolate-covered strawberries at the same time.
Looking for the ultimate wine-and-chocolate pairing? Here it is.
For those of you who would prefer to be in a relationship with Nutella, these cupcakes are for you.
Chocolate plus candy on a cupcake? We haven't been this excited since Halloween.
Bring all the boys to your yard.
You don't need to be a chocolate-lover to celebrate with cupcakes! Swap out melted chocolate for candy melts to make the love toppers.
These cocoa-cherry treats will go over way better than a box of chocolates.
The best romances are a little silly, and these little critters are too cute not to make!
Stack one favorite sweet on top of another to make this double-decker dessert.
Use melted chocolate to write out sweet nothings to your Valentine.
Slice these cupcakes in half to reveal their sweet (heart-shaped) surprise!
Technically, these aren't cupcakes. But they are every bit as portable (and just as cute!).
Here's the easiest-ever way to make whoopie pies: Bake up a batch of chocolate cupcakes, slice off the top, and add a layer of creamy filling between. Genius.
Our twist on the classic red velvet cupcakes involves dying the batter pink and making 'em mini. Optional: Top with tons of Valentine's sprinkles.
On a DIY kick? Try crafting these adorable Valentine's Day treats for the little ones.