Whether you love or hate the holiday, February 14th is a great day to try out new sweet treats. Valentine’s Day can be spent with either your best friends or your partner, which can be made extra special with good food. Especially since going to restaurants is no longer as safe as it was before, this is a great opportunity to try out new recipes right at home. Here are some Valentine’s Day recipes you should make this year!

Heart-Shaped Cake

Win over anyone’s heart with this tasty heart-shaped cake! Luckily, you don’t even need a special baking pan to make it happen. All it takes is a square cake pan and a round cake pan with some strategic cuts. Before you know it, you’ll have a delicious, chocolate heart-shaped cake. To make it even more special, you can decorate the cake with your sweetheart. It’ll taste even better when made with loved ones!

Peanut Butter Cup Rice Krispies Treats

Another sweet treat that’s fun to decorate with your loved ones is peanut butter cup rice Krispies treats. They are stuffed with peanut butter and covered with delicious melted chocolate. The super simple recipe starts off with making Rice Krispie Treats as usual, then some peanut butter cups in-between. Lastly, dip the top of the treats in chocolate and finish it off with some Valentine’s Day themed sprinkles.

Twice-Baked Citrus-Almond Brioche

If you’re looking for something a little less sweet and a bit more romantic, make your loved one this Twice-Baked Citrus-Almond Brioche. This fancy dish is easier to make than you’d think and takes less than an hour to make. The nutty and orange French toast can be a great option for a romantic breakfast or even as a dessert after a delicious dinner.

Mixed Berry Pot Pies

Another treat that’s great for finishing off your Valentine’s Day dinner is these Mixed Berry Pot Pies. Mixed berry pies are a classic dessert, but you can make it even more festive by using mini heart-shaped baking dishes. Top this dessert off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and serve it up to either your friends, family, or partner!