Food Blogger Bites: 21 Romantic Dishes to Share

What’s sweeter than being able to spend the holiday of hearts with your significant other? Being able to whip up a decadent dessert in your own kitchen! Who better to turn to for some swoon-worthy food inspiration than our our top 100 food bloggers?

Here, they serve up 21 indulgent treats to share with your sweetie. Now what are you waiting for? Dig in!

  • Passion Fruit and Coconut Crème Brûlée 1 of 21
    For a romantic occasion I like making individual desserts that can be eaten with a spoon, like a passion fruit and coconut crème brûlée.
    - Manu, Manu's Menu
    Get the recipe for passion fruit and coconut crème brulee
  • Ginger and Macadamia Shortbreads 2 of 21
    My favorite dessert? Well, it depends. I think the most romantic desserts are those shared in close proximity — snuggled up on the couch or in bed together, watching a favorite movie or downloads of whatever TV series we're currently addicted to. Some of our favorites, though? A strong affogato (espresso over ice cream), preferably with a shot of frangelico, "Green & Blacks" milk chocolate, Or these ginger and macadamia shortbreads!
    - Amanda, Easy Peasy Organic
    Get the recipe for ginger and macadamia shortbreads at Easy Peasy Organic
  • Tiramisu 3 of 21
    My favorite dessert is tiramisu. I cannot say no when I see it on a menu. I love to make this for a fancy dinner. And eat the leftovers for breakfast. This recipe for tiramisu is my all-time favorite.
    - Bree, Baked Bree
    Get the recipe for tiramisu at Baked Bree
  • Rasmalai 4 of 21
    It's an Indian dessert made of cottage cheese dumplings in sweet, saffron-flavored milk.
    - Shireen, Ruchik Randhap (Delicious Cooking)
    Get the recipe for rasmalai at Ruchik Randhap
  • Chocolate Pudding Cake 5 of 21
    Chocolate pudding cake is my husband's favorite —and one I always make him on Valentine's Day.
    - Kelly, Food Allergy Mama
    Get the recipe for chocolate pudding cake at Food Allergy Mama
  • Chocolate Pretzel Tart 6 of 21
    My chocolate pretzel tart is so delicious and fun for a Valentine's Day spent in.
    - Kelsey, The Naptime Chef
    Get the recipe for chocolate pretzel tart
  • Pineapple Kesari Bhath 7 of 21
    I am not much of a pudding person but my husband compensates my lack of "sugar love" for me! There are very few desserts that we both enjoy, and one of them is this delicious pineapple kesari bhath. It's made with semolina, candied pineapple, sugar, ghee (Indian clarified butter), and spiced with world's most expensive spice, saffron.
    - Sia, Monsoon Spice
    Get the recipe for pineapple kesari bhath at Monsoon Spice
  • Mulled Cider 8 of 21
    In the cooler months, we love to brew a pot of spiced cider or cocoa, and pair it with crispy butter or olive oil cookies.
    - Jen, Delightful Delicacies
    Get the recipe for mulled cider at Delightful Delicacies
  • Molten Lava Cake 9 of 21
    I love making dessert for two — it ensures I don't overindulge. This molten lava cake is perfect for this Valentine's Day.
    - Sukaina, Sips and Spoonfuls
    Get the recipe for molten lava cake at Sips and Spoonfuls
  • Frozen Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake 10 of 21
    Frozen raspberry swirl cheesecake or crème brulee with berries. Both of these desserts look and taste like fancy restaurant desserts. They are so simple to make!
    - Jonna, Get Off Your Butt and BAKE!
    Get the recipe for frozen raspberry swirl cheesecake at Get Off Your Butt and Bake!
  • Full Moon Brownies 11 of 21
    Something chocolatey and a little spicy. Both chocolate and chilies are aphrodisiacs! Try these Full Moon Brownies made with a chilies and chocolate bar.
    - Caroline, Whipped
    Get the recipe for full moon brownies at Whipped
  • Dark Chocolate Crème Brulee Peanut Butter Cookie Tart for Two 12 of 21
    With my love for chocolate and my husband's love for chunky peanut butter, which as far as we are concerned, makes a perfect flavor marriage too, it would have to be my dark chocolate creme brulee peanut butter cookie tart for two.
    - Holly, PheMOMenon
    Get the recipe for dark chocolate crème brulee peanut butter cookie tart for two
  • Dark Chocolate Bread Pudding 13 of 21
    Dark chocolate bread pudding is my favorite Valentine dessert for two.
    - Gina, Skinnytaste
    Get the recipe for dark chocolate bread pudding at Skinnytaste
  • Chocolate Sorbet 14 of 21
    An icy, bittersweet batch of chocolate sorbet. I bought myself an ice cream maker last year and am constantly experimenting with frozen desserts. My husband and I often eat those experiments standing at the kitchen counter, dipping our spoons right into the ice cream maker bowl.
    -Erika, In Erika's Kitchen
    Make chocolate sorbet at Babble
  • Chocolate Fondue 15 of 21
    I honestly don't think I have ever made a dessert for only two people. I can usually eat two or three servings of something on my own! But a Valentine's tradition in our house is to make a chocolate fondue. Nothing more romantic than dipping ripe fruit into warm chocolate ganache. Mmmmmm.
    - Heidi, Lip Smacking
    Make nutella chocolate fondue at Babble
  • Chocolate Pots de Crème 16 of 21
    Because this month is all about making your beloved happy, I go with chocolate, even though I'm not fond of the stuff. My husband loves it, and I love seeing his eyes roll back as he eats something delicious. I like to go with individual servings, which, to me, say "I made this especially for you" — like these pots de crème do.
    - Christiane, Taking on Magazines
    Get the recipe for chocolate pots de crème
  • Flourless Chocolate Cake with Blood Orange Sauce 17 of 21
    My favorite dessert is a flourless chocolate cake with blood orange sauce. It's very decadent and romantic. It might not be for two, but I promise no one will complain about leftovers.
    - Meredith, In Sock Monkey Slippers
    Get the recipes for flourless chocolate cake with blood orange sauce at In Sock Monkey Slippers
  • Panna Cotta with Berries 18 of 21
    I love to make a good panna cotta with berries — it's so simple, and it's perfect to share.
    - Jenny, Nourished Kitchen
    Make berry buttermilk panna cotta at Babble
  • Blackberry Filled Cupcakes 19 of 21
    Blackberry filled cupcakes for two! They are quick and easy.
    - Leslie, The Hungry Housewife
    Get the recipe for blackberry filled cupcakes at The Hungry Housewife
  • Cake! 20 of 21
    … And I always use Jacinda's famous "How to Ice a Cake" tutorial.
    - Jaime, Prudent Baby
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby
  • Homemade Hot Fudge Sauce 21 of 21
    I love making a really decadent bittersweet hot fudge sauce and just serving it over good ice cream. There's really nothing better. Especially if you're serving a fancier meal, something simple and easy is always the ticket.
    - Shauna, Piece of Cake
    Get the recipe for bittersweet hot fudge sauce at Piece of Cake

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