4 Fun Valentine's Desserts That Will Delight Your Sweethearts

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Valentine's Day is not just about chocolate. It is also about baking (and eating) sweet buttery heart desserts. Without guilt.

Just ignore that little voice inside your head reminding you that you just finished baking all those Christmas cookies. After all, is it our fault these holidays are so close together?

And whether you are thinking about making romantic desserts for Valentine's Day for two, or special treats for the whole family to enjoy, I think these recipes work either way.

Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies

Image From The Novice Chef

Oh wow....cheesecake and brownie mixed together! This may not be the easiest V-Day treat you bake, but doesn't the finished decadency look worth the effort? I don't think I could should make this heavenly sounding concoction because I would probably never share it. However, if you are strong enough to withstand the temptation, you'll find the recipe at The Novice Chef.

Marbled Valentine Sugar Cookies

Image From Baked By Rachel

Sweet sugar cookies with a pink twist would make the perfect family Valentine's Day treat. Just add some pink or red food dye to your regular sugar cookie batter. Wilton's heart-shaped cookie cutters are work well for this recipe, if you do not have any handy. Get the step by step recipe at Baked By Rachel.

"Love is All Around" Cake Roll

Photo From Cleobuttera.com

This pink heart topped roll cake is almost too cute to eat. Well, okay. I guess if no one slices a piece of the cake, no one would ever get to see the surprise hearts inside the cake! And when you check out the recipe over at Cleobuttera, it should make your day, like it did mine, when she shares that she uses a box of cake mix for this heavenly looking dessert.

Any shortcuts when it comes to cooking or baking makes me very appreciative. Just saying.

White Chocolate Bark Bites

Photo From No.2 Pencil.com

Candy bark bites would make great gifts for your favorite Valentines. Of course, if all your favorite loves were home with you, then all the better (smile.) But really, these would be fun gifts for the office or school parties (if you can take home-baked goodies to your child's school. We can't at my kids' schools.)

You will need a heart-shaped baking mold to make this dessert (click on the Wilton's silicone heart pan in the picture above if you would like to check it out on Amazon.) And be sure to head over to No.2 Pencil to get the complete step by step recipe.