Make Valentine Dessert Recipes that are absolutely delicious and easy. Each recipe has nutrition added without compromising sweet and salty dessert taste.
These adorable heart-shaped cookies will satisfy your desire for fudgy chocolate - crisp on the outside and soft on the inside.
If you like the taste of brownies, you'll like these cookies. They are like the perfect brownie smothered with powdered sugar.
By grinding walnuts and adding them to the cookie batter, you add nutrition and flavor to your dessert. Walnuts are good for your brain and heart!
When you roll out the cookie in your hand, keep it small and fat. Your hearts will expand in the oven and turn out perfectly. They are very easy to shape - kids can easily make these beautiful cookies.
This sounds funny, but if you serve them upside down, the heart shape is even better.
If you've been searching for an amazing feel-good dessert that is also healthy, you've found it. Oh my, this is good!
When you dip apples in citrus juice, it keeps them from browning. I usually use lemon or even orange juice, but I used lime because I was out of lemons. I'm so glad! Frankly, I couldn't believe how good it tasted!!
With the citrus tang, crunchy apples, sweet creaminess from the caramel (which is fat-free), and salty toastiness from the nuts, this dessert just makes you feel incredible after eating it. It's filling, too; the apples and nuts are a good source of fiber.
This dessert has it all - it's quick, it can be eaten now or later, and it's sweet and salty. There's more - the caramel is fat free and the batter has whole wheat flour.
Simple cake batter needs to be thickened, so adding whole wheat flour does the job and adds fiber and nutrition. No one will know, either!
I love this dessert because you can make it and eat right way, or you can make them ahead and serve them later. Also, you won't use all the batter at one time, so store it in the refrigerator and you can enjoy them for a couple more days.
Whip up this Red Velvet Cake in just a few minutes. With two spoons, it's a romantic dessert for two with melting ice cream and chocolate over warm, spongy cake.
What is more fun than baking a cake in one minute? I know - getting to eat it right away!
I don't know what it is about chocolate cake that is colored red, but everyone seems to love red velvet cake. Buttermilk gives extra flavor to this valentine cake for two.
This recipe is actually a mug-cake recipe (the cake is microwaved in a coffee mug). I made my cake in a larger bowl so it's easier for two people to eat at the same time. Either way, it's delicious.
Feel free to get creative with the toppings. Chop up your favorite candy bar and scoop up your favorite flavor of ice cream. Or just eat the cake plain!
This "Recipe" was from my old church cookbook . . .
1 heaping portion of true love
1 heaping cup of trust and confidence
1 heaping cup of tenderness
1 heaping cup of good humor (a little extra won't hurt)
1 T. of good spirits
1 heaping cup of unselfishness
1 dash of interest in all he/she does
1 good helping of work
Mix all ingredients with a pint of sympathy and understanding. Flavor with loving companionship. Bake well all your life.
Frost with kisses and kind words. Serve with other Valentine Dessert Recipes!
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