Why chocolate? I can’t imagine a better dessert than something with it because this is pure perfection that raises the mood and gives you so much pleasure! If you are hesitating what to cook for your Valentine’s Day party just for two or just a special date, choose a chocolate dessert. I’ve prepared several recipes for you to try, all of them are pretty easy to realize, just choose and go cook!
Mini chocolate cake for two is a chocolate lovers dream. Rich chocolate cake is smothered in gorgeous dark chocolate frosting with a little special decorating.
These chocolate kiss cookies are an easy dessert that is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The triple chocolate cookies are simple to make, and any cookie topped with a Hershey kiss is always a hit.
Chocolate samosa with salted caramel and pecans is the perfect New Year eve dessert. Easy to assemble and absolutely heavenly to eat, these little parcels of delight will ensure your guests feel happy and oh so delighted! Easy and quick, you can either use pie pastry or ready made filo-sheets to make these chocolate samosa.
These little puddings are the absolute bomb! Chocolate pudding on the outside, with a molten lava center of almond butter and caramel. The great thing about these little pots of pudding/lava is the combination of cakey pudding with a slightly crusty top and gooey lava all combining together in one glorious mouthful.
Rich, creamy dark chocolate champagne truffles are heaven on earth. Champagne infused chocolate ganache is coated in a thin chocolate shell creating the most perfect sweet treat you’ll ever put in your mouth.
Surprise your sweetheart with this red wine dark chocolate fondue dip for Valentine’s Day. Hints of raspberry, red wine and a sprinkle of kosher salt create an unbelievably delicious medley of flavors. Give your favorite fruits, brownies, rice krispy treats or marshmallows a bath in this chocolate delight or just grab a spoon and dig in!
Peanut butter chocolate fondue – this EASY fondue recipe has just 3 ingredients. It’s full of peanut butter and chocolate and is a great party dip!
This dessert is super easy to make and only the cooking time is long. Suitable dessert for any holidays, and decadent delicacy for the Chocolate lovers for no doubt.
This particular vegan variation feels like a favorable surprise. Inside lays a whole carton of tofu – yet, its taste goes undetected. Instead, the tofu bestows a wonderfully silky texture, so creamy that you’d swear there was actual cream in this recipe. But alas there is not, nor do you need any cream to make this mousse feel as rich as any of its dairy-filled counterparts.
Whipped cream melting hearts are very easy to make, though you’ll need to get some heart-shaped cookie cutters. If you can handle whipping cream, you can handle making this cute, romantic treat (it’s also great for kids, though you’ll need to omit the liqueur).
This easy Vegan Chocolate Cake is layered with a smooth chocolate nut butter ganache glaze. The cake ages really well and tastes best the next day as the ganache adds more moisture to it. Add fruit preserves like raspberry, apricot, blackberries between the layers.