Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Valentine's Day Recipe Round-Up

How will you be celebrating Valentine's Day tomorrow? Is there someone special for whom you will bake treats while they shop for roses and chocolates? Or maybe your special Valentine is your mom or dad, son or daughter. Maybe you'll be baking those special treats for colleagues, seniors or soldiers. Whatever the case, here are some yummy ideas from my kitchen.

Valentine's Day Recipe Round-Up

And speaking of my kitchen, my own Valentine travels during the week so we will likely celebrate on the weekend. I know he will buy me my favorite chocolates. And I will cook him his favorite meal. I'm grateful every day for the love in my life but it's fun to have a special occasion to celebrate it. So, whatever your plans, have a very happy Valentine's Day filled with love!



Valentine's Day Recipe Round-Up
My two loves.

Click on the links below each photo for the recipe:

Chocolate Raspberry Swirl Bundt Cake
Chocolate Sweetheart Martini
Raspberry Heart Shaped Hand Pies
Heart Shaped Chocolate Chip Scones
Individual Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes
Ultimate Chocolate Martini
Heart Shaped Parmesan Crackers
Creamy Dreamy Chocolate Martini

15 comments:

  1. At first I was going say I want to try that Sweetheart Martini but then I was like I want to try all of these!! These all look SO delicious! The Cherry Brownie Trifle looks phenomenal. Kind of sad I don't have one of those to eat right now! :)

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  2. WOW just too many good things there. Very nice round up!

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  3. LOTS of yummy ideas! I can't keep my scones round, so am very impressed with your heart shaped ones. Will check out your recipe :)

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  4. I want both the martinis now! I didn't know you had such a beautiful dog! so pretty (or handsome).

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  5. How did I miss CHOCOLATE CHIP scones?! I'm going to go run off now to read about them (and grabbing one of those brownie trifles on the way).

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  6. I seriously need those Parmesan crackers.

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  7. I will take a chocolate martini please!!!! :) Happy V-day lady!

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  8. Anita, thank you for your kind comments in the last month and your sweet and comforting words have meant so much to me.

    Your Valentine line-up is 'out of this world' amazing!
    Think I'll start the day with the chocolate chip scones, and work my way down with the cherry brown trifle, and later have the awesome heart shaped parmesan crackers...and of course the creamy dreamy chocolate martini!...not too shabby; just super divine. Love the photo of your sweet pup, and hubby. You are sure loved by both...and all! xoxo

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  9. Everything looks delicious Anita. I want one of everything. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  10. I want to try them all! These recipes are all so creative and fun! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday!

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  11. Hi There,

    This is your bestie writing. I wanted to add one point about the veal stock that I thought of this morning. It is LOW calorie. It's all vegetables. You do not add any oil or butter, and the recipe calls for draining the fat if necessary, which isn't usually if you are using veal bones (you can use beef bones). Except for a small amount of flour, you are home free. The only fattening part of this is what you add to the stock to make your sauce.

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