A nice early surprise from Mr. Chocolate who also found the perfect balloon for me:
Awwwwww. Love you sweetie!
Food Network magazine has devoted a whole issue to chocolate ( I've told myself they did it just for me) and Better Homes and Gardens has a month of chocolate ideas on their Facebook page.
If you’re looking for any last minute ideas for a decadent Valentine’s Day dessert here you go:
Brownie Rubble from Food Network
There's always a reason to have truffles. Food Network also has a great recipe to make them at home:
These chocolate covered strawberries are a Valentine's classic but with a little twist, chili !
And whose heart wouldn't melt with one bite of this molten chocolate cake?
These and so much more over at Food Network.
Of course there are some talented bloggers out there who have some tantalizing recipes to share. Visit Crazy For Crust for the recipe for this 100,000 Bar Fudge:
For another decadent fudge recipe, check out this Red Hot Oreo Fudge from Jocelyn at Inside BruCrew Life:
I featured both of these in prior link party highlights, but they are both so incredible looking, I don't think anyone will mind seeing them again. From Tonia at The Gunny Sack, these brownie peanut butter cupcakes:
Keeping with the chocolate peanut butter combo, these gorgeous cookies from Jenn at Rook No. 17:
Valentine's Day and Whoopie Pies. Nuff said:
Nutella Whoopie Pies from My San Francisco Kitchen
Chocolate overload? Is there such a thing?
Happy Valentine's Day