Happy Valentine’s Day!


Whether you celebrate Valentines with romance and roses, or it’s just another weekday, there are a two things I know for certain about February 14th:  one should always wear red (it’s good karma), and one should eat as much chocolate as possible.  I’m here to help you with the chocolate part, with a collection of recipes to help you fit chocolate into every meal.


Raspberry Chocolate Chip Muffins

A pan of decadent raspberry chocolate chip muffins garnished with chocolate hearts for valentines day, seen with fresh raspberries and heart shaped chocolates

These decadent Raspberry Chocolate Chip Muffins are a barely-justifiable-for-breakfast kind of muffin, making them the perfect start to your Valentines Day.  Start the morning on a sweet note with these crunchy-topped, tender-hearted muffins packed with chocolate chips and loads of raspberries!


Hot Chocolate Fudge Sauce

A glass jar of hot chocolate fudge sauce surrounded by drips of chocolate fudge sauce and colourful sprinkles

Make this Hot Chocolate Fudge Sauce is your goes-on-everything pal for the day.  Pour a little in your coffee, drizzle it over brownies, cake or ice cream,  or use it as a fondue dip for fresh fruit.  Place any leftovers in the fridge and come back a couple of hours later with a spoon.  Its chilled form tastes like a chocolate truffle and might be the best thing you eat all day.


Raspberry White Chocolate Scones

Vintage china plate with pink rosebuds piled high with freshly baked Raspberry White Chocolate Scones, surrounded by fresh red raspberries and white chocolate chips

Your Valentine’s afternoon needs a cup of tea and a Raspberry White Chocolate Scone.  Or maybe two.  You could spread these scones with jam if you’d like, but they’re so packed with delicious flavour there’s really no need.  With sweet, crispy edges, soft centres and loads of raspberries and white chocolate in every bite, these delicious scones are a Valentine’s gift you’ll want to give and receive over and over.


Giant Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie

Giant deep dish chocolate chip cookie baked in a cast iron skillet and topped with scoops of ice cream.

End your Valentine’s Day with a bang with this Giant Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie.  Serve it warm with ice cream and spoons for scooping up all the melty, gooey chocolate – or let it cool for a sliceable, chewy, chocolatey treat.



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