Get baking with chocolate this Valentine's Day with any of these ten wonderful recipes. There are recipes for breakfast and dessert, and there are recipes to be shared between sweethearts and among family.
This chocolate brioche bread looks like a perfect chocolate cake. Serve this delicious bread to the ones you love on Valentine's Day and make everyone happy.
These chocolate waffles can be served as a surprise treat for breakfast or they can be made into a fantastic dessert. You can serve each waffle with a serving of ice cream, whipped cream, and a cherry or strawberry on top or make the waffles into a waffle ice cream sandwich.
Ashley Skabar, Guide to Dairy Free Cooking, has her own recipe for cocoa bread. Made for people who don't eat dairy products and vegans, her quick bread recipe is great for Valentine's Day sweethearts to share over a cup of coffee or tea.
A chocolate yeast bread with so much Valentine's Day potential. You can bake this bread and serve it warm or toasted with homemade whipped butter or strawberry jam. It can also be made into a delicious batch of french toast. Slices of the bread can even be topped with whipped cream and strawberry slices.
Scones are so easy to make and Stephanie Gallagher, Guide to Kids Cooking, has a great scone recipe that the kids can help make this Valentine's Day. Serve freshly baked scones with strawberry jam for a delicious afternoon or after dinner treat.
Some people crave banana bread just as much as they crave chocolate. Both are comfort foods. Combined in this yummy recipe for banana bread, give the person or family you love an extra touch of comfort this Valentine's Day.
Muffins are so much fun to make. They are easy enough for the kids to help mix up and they bake so quickly. Make these muffins for breakfast or dessert. Serve with butter, apple jelly or strawberry jam.