47 heart-shaped recipes for Valentine’s Day

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Calzone hearts

Who knew a calzone could be romantic? Hungry Happenings has managed to make this classic Italian meal cuter than anyone could possibly have imagined by baking it in mini heart cake pans. We find the marinara-filled heart center to be particularly precious.

Conversation heart piñata cake

For the Valentine’s Day when you have so much to say to your significant other that the words are practically spilling out of you, there can be no better dessert than Hungry Happeningsclever piñata cake. Shaped like a giant conversation heart and hiding a hollowed-out center for the classic candies, it’s a sweet way to express your sentiments.

Red velvet Nutella s’mores

Red velvet. Nutella. S’mores. Just when you thought each of these was practically perfection on their own, along comes Something Swanky to combine them into a dessert that exceeds your wildest expectations.

Strawberry marshmallow filled chocolates

There’s something inherently satisfying about biting into a crisp chocolate shell to find springy marshmallow in the middle — and if it’s strawberry marshmallow, like Lady Behind the Curtain calls for in this tasty recipe, that’s even better.

Milk chocolate crème brûlée

If you ask Jenny Steffens of JSH, making crème brûlée is way easier than making a cake or cookies for dessert. So why not give it a try this Valentine’s Day? It is a special occasion, after all. And since Steffens’ version is laced with milk chocolate, it feels especially fitting for a romantic night in.

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Milk Chocolate Creme Brûlée I can't tell you how simple creme brûlée is to make. Much easier than making a cake or cookies for dessert. You don't need to get out your big mixer, everything stirs together. Even the ingredients are simple – as long as you have cream on hand. When Mike and I were in Italy, we treated ourself to one fine dining experience. For dessert, we had a milk chocolate creme brûlée with poached pears. I've recreated the creme brûlée for us on numerous occasions. I came across the Individual Heart Ramekins, $6 and thought it would be the perfect thing for a special Valentines dinner. http://jennysteffens.blogspot.com/2017/01/milk-chocolate-creme-brulee-valentines.html

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