10 Valentine’s Desserts I Wish My Husband Would Make for Me

pAs we all are MORE than aware, Valentine’s Day is IMMINENT. (I mean, I was even reminded excessively while watching the season finale of The Expanse, which is IN NO WAY romantic. Unless you get butterflies in your stomach watching people puke from radiation poisoning. Hey, maybe you do, who am I to judge?)

Now I’ve never really been a fan of Valentine’s Day. I mean, you should be good to your significant other all the time, and not just one day of the year. Overpriced roses? Mediocre chocolates in a heart-shaped box? Not for me. And I wouldn’t be caught dead going out to eat on Valentine’s Day. That sounds like absolute TORTURE.

I do, however, like a tasty dessert, and it’s a double bonus if it’s homemade! So here are some delicious looking desserts I found on Pinterest that maybe, if I’m really, REALLY lucky, my husband will make for me.

 

  1. Individual Fruit and Brownie Trifles from Just A Tastechocolate-brownie-fruit-trifle
  2. Red Velvet Truffles from OMG Chocolate DessertsRed-Velvet-Truffles-1
  3. Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies from Bakerella3263834540_84c449a221_o
  4. Death by Chocolate Icebox Cake from Life, Love and SugarChocolate_Icebox_Cake7
  5. Beer Brownies from Dessert for Twobeer-brownies-recipe-7
  6. Red Velvet Oreo Trifles in a Jar from Life, Love and SugarRed_Velvet_Oreo_Trifle_in_a_Jar
  7. Linzer Cookies from Cooking Classylinzer-cookies2+text.
  8. Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Hearts from Baker by NatureIMG_1523-682x1024
  9. No Bake Chilled Double Chocolate Torte from Oh She Glowsenhanced-28527-1422374170-11
  10. Heart-Shaped Mini Pies from The Chic LifeStrawberryHeartPies-1338-tm

Any one of those sinful desserts would do, doncha think? Maybe if I’m lucky he’ll read this and make me one. Here’s hoping!

What sort of dessert are you hoping for this Valentine’s Day? Let me know in the comments!

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9 comments

  1. Now how was that for a big hint, Mr. “Measured”? I hope you get your wish. I usually make ischl tartlets
    for my son-in-law and grandson (aka linzer tarts.) My son-in-law happens to love them and so do I. My
    love comes from memories. I have a February birthday and when I was little my father always took me to
    his friend’s bakery and I was allowed to pick out anything that I wanted. It was always the ischl tartlets.
    The memories make them taste even better, I’m quite sure. But those heart mini-pies look mighty enticing
    too. I love, love, love this idea. It’s so personal and you’d be building a memory. Now what could be better
    than that?!

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