Think pies were reserved for Thanksgiving? Think again. This rich Mont Blanc recipe is irresistible.
What you'll need: Lorna Doone shortbread cookies ($14, .com)
We won't blame you if you choose these hugs and kisses over the ones your significant other wants to give you. Kidding! (Kind of.)
What you'll need: XO cookie cutters ($5, .com)
These buttery jam-filled cookies will melt in your mouth.
What better way to say "I love you" than with chocolate cupcakes covered in creamy ganache?
Top this buttery cake with rich chocolate truffles for maximum sweetness.
The only thing cuter than these cupcakes will be your daughter's face when she sees them.
If you really want to impress your guests, consider baking this delicious chocolate meringue cake. Fresh raspberries are the ... well ... raspberry on top.
What you'll need: Cake stand ($33, .com)
Flowers and dessert all in one? Now we're talking.
Skip the bouquet of flowers and give your sweetheart a box of these delicious cookies instead.
A sweet tart for your sweetheart.
After a romantic dinner, whip up two of these sweet and velvety milkshakes.
Get the recipe at Lil' Luna.
Ditch the Hallmark cards this year and stuff sweet love notes into these homemade fortune cookies.
Get the recipe at Camille I Am.
Thanks to store-bought cake mix, this Valentine's Day treat couldn't be easier to make
Get the recipe at Cincy Shopper.
Your Valentine will fall in love all over again with a homemade box of chocolates.
Get a taste of bubbly in every bite of this visually appealing layer cake.
Get the recipe at Wicked Good Kitchen.
Combine decadent red velvet cheesecake and rich brownie batter for a treat your sweetheart is sure to love.
Get the recipe at The Novice Chef.
Wrap a batch of these scrumptious bites up in a heart-shaped box as a sweet gift to give your Valentine.
Get the recipe at No.2 Pencil.
What you'll need: Heart silicone mold ($6, .com)
These irresistible hand pies have officially stolen our hearts (and stomachs).
Get the recipe at Nerdy Mama.
These delightful marbled sugar cookies are easy to make — just mix pink or red food dye into your sugar cookie dough.
Get the recipe at Baked by Rachel.
Who needs champagne flutes and wine glasses when you can make your toast with these edible shot glasses?
Get the recipe at The Bewitchin Kitchen.
Dip everyone's favorite cream-filled cookie into melted chocolate to create a portable dessert that is sure to please.
Get the recipe at Timeout With Mom.
What you'll need: Oreos ($5, .com)
As soon as your Valentine cuts into this surprise cake, he'll know exactly how much you love him.
Get the recipe at Cleobuttera.
Looking for something healthy to serve on Valentine's Day morning? Prepare this vegan treat using all-natural ingredients, like chia seeds, oats, fresh jam, and coconut oil.
Get the recipe at Born to Sweat.
Making these meringue cookies is as easy as saying "I love you."
Get the recipe at Your Homebased Mom.