Spotlight Recipes: Valentine’s Day Desserts
Instead of buying overpriced flowers and gifts, cook up a tasty treat for your special someone. Serve these as a special dessert, give them away to friends, or pack some in your little ones' lunchboxes.
Instead of buying overpriced flowers and gifts, whip up a tasty treat for your special someone. Serve these for dessert, give them away to friends or pack some in your little ones' lunchboxes.
For the Kids:
For the Kids at Heart:
More Valentine’s Day Ideas:
Here is a healthy Valentine's Day dinner for two that features lighter takes on classic dishes -- and some aphrodisiac ingredients!
Celebrate Valentine's Day the homemade way, with a batch of Ina's super-rich chocolate truffles.
Toast Cupid's handiwork with these light yet swoon-worthy chocolate desserts.
Turn clementine segments into dessert for a casual dinner party to serve with tea and espresso. A light sprinkle of coarse French sea salt heightens the flavor of the antioxidant-rich chocolate.
Have an outside-the-candy-box Valentine's Day by incorporating chocolate into your breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Recruit the kids to help make this Valentine's Day treat. These frozen fruit pops feature firm ripe bananas, dipped in dark chocolate and drizzled with peanuts.
Topped with fresh fruit, these healthier brownies are what chocolate dreams are made of.
If you're a chocolate lover looking for something sweet to sink your teeth into this Thanksgiving, whip up this recipe for chocolate-almond torte from Food Network.
In this week’s nutrition news: Chocolate is good for more than just your heart, the war of the protein powders, and say buh-bye to this popular fad diet.