Valentine’s Day is just around the corner — a week, to be exact! In no time, husbands, wives, girlfriends, boyfriends, and even children will be looking for gifts to give their loved ones.
However, as most of us cannot go outside to look for different gift ideas for Valentine’s Day, many are looking into buying chocolates for their loved ones. But with the number of people thinking the same thing, these sweet, decadent treats might soon get sold out in physical and online stores. (Read: 4 Online Bakeries That Offer Korean Minimalist Cakes)
Don’t panic, though! There’s still a way to give your loved ones chocolate on February 14! Check out these DIY chocolate treats that you can personally make for Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day Recipes: Double Chocolate Truffles
A chocolate truffle is a dessert that has chocolate ganache in the center with some type of coating on the outside. The coating can be a hardened chocolate shell, cocoa powder, coconut shavings, or other confections. It’s a delight for people of all ages, and just one or two pieces is enough. So why not for this Valentine’s Day you give your loved ones double chocolate truffles? Double the chocolate, double the deliciousness!
Find the recipe here.
Valentine’s Day Recipes: Chocolate Mousse Cup Hearts
If you’re looking for something to surprise your loved ones with, this chocolate mousse cup heart is just the perfect treat. A heart-shaped chocolate shell will be holding delectable chocolate mousse, some chopped raspberries, and even some heart-shaped sprinkles. Talk about love (and the smell of chocolate) being in the air! Try and make them for your loved ones now. (Read: 3 Cake Recipes You Can Bake With a Rice Cooker)
Follow the recipe here.
Valentine’s Day Recipes: Dark Chocolate Almond Clusters
For anyone who is a bit more conscious when it comes to eating chocolates, this should just do the trick. The dark chocolate almond clusters are a healthier, less sweet alternative to other chocolate treats. Plus, almond has healthy fats, fiber, protein, magnesium, and vitamin E–definitely the healthy option!
Make a batch for your loved ones using this recipe.