If your Valentine's weakness is a bit of sweetness, make one of these homemade goodies
Maple meringue kisses. Passionfruit melting moments. Chocolate and cherry brownies... love's the sweetest thing.
These snazzy homemade truffles could have come from a boutique chocolate shop. Give as a pressie or serve with coffee after a romantic dinner for two.
Half cake, half cookie, give classic whoopie pies the Valentine's treatment with a drop of red food colouring.
Soak ready-made fruit cake in dark rum or apple juice, roll into balls and decorate with pretty pink sprinkles. Don't forget your cake pop sticks!
These delicate, melt-in-the-mouth biccies are sandwiched together with fresh passionfruit buttercream. Heaven on a plate.
Make these fun 'dynamite' marshmallows with the help of striped string and writing icing pens – perfect to dunk in hot chocolate.
Easy, pretty, tasty. Safe to say these tick every box.
Dark sweet cherries cut through the rich combo of cheese and chocolate in this fudgy brownie recipe.
Lightly grill these fruity skewers ready to dip into melted dark or white chocolate.
Made with condensed milk and cocoa powder, this attractive brigade of brigadeiros are suprisingly cheap to make. Ideal if that pricey restaurant already emptied your wallet.
Reinvent the retro pink wafer with edible glitter and heart-shaped confetti ...
Love raspberries? Pop white chocolate chips inside and you'll love them even more.
Stick your mini meringues together with this divine dairy-free berry frosting made with coconut cream and maple syrup. *Heart*
Soft cheese, crumbly biscuit and sweet strawberry, dipped in white chocolate for good measure! Rather than making your own cheesecake, you can always cheat and use a ready-made one instead.
For the one who gets your heart racing ...
White chocolate fudge contrasts deliciously with crunchy pecans and chewy cranberries in this indulgent recipe – feel free to use any nuts or dried fruits you fancy.