This Valentine's Day give your sweetie some sugar in the form of fun dessert recipes. Whether your honey is a chocoholic, cupcake lover or nuts about red velvet anything - these decadent treats are the perfect way to show them how much you care. Want to go all out? Make a few of these sweets and present your Valentine with an extravagant buffet of fun dessert recipes. Here's what to make:
CHOCOLATE SOUFFLES WITH ORGANIC PEARS
Your Valentine will be nothing short of impressed with these delectable chocolate soufflés. It's a heavenly dessert enhanced with the flavor of orange zest and organic pears.
Melt your sweetie's heart with these adorable heart-shaped brownies decorated with strawberry icing. Make them all that more special by wrapping them in cellophane and decorating with a ribbon.
ROSE AND LYCHEE CUPCAKES
Tempt someone special with these buttery cupcakes infused with the exotic flavor of lychee and rose water. Use organic rose petals to create the ultimate edible garnish.
Say 'I love you' with a mouthwatering tiramisu bursting with coffee flavor, chocolate and creamy mascarpone. It has just enough Cognac to make things interesting.
RED VELVET WHOOPIE PIES
Buttermilk adds depth of flavor to these seductive red velvet whoopie pies. The creamy vanilla filling is absolutely divine.
Dal is one of those recipes that goes all the way back to the Indus Valley Civilisation. Unlike dishes such as biryani, brought to India by the Moghuls, it is one of those foods that has always been there. It is therefore a building block of Indian culture.
World Whisky Day is the perfect excuse to raise a glass of the spirit and savour its character and flavour. But there's a lot more to whisky than hot toddies and cocktails - it makes a great ingredient, adding punch and flavour to your cooking.
Our quick and easy cast-iron skillet pizza recipe is adaptable and straightforward. If you have a favourite sauce or topping, feel free to sub it in to make your very own version of the perfect cast-iron skillet pizza. Take a look.
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