Easy romantic desserts for two people on Valentine’s Day (or any day of the year, really!)
Now that I’ve convinced you to stay at home and make any of my easy romantic meals for two, you’re probably searching for easy romantic desserts for two, right?
In order for a dessert to make the ‘easy’ cut, it needs to contain only a few ingredients, be quick to make, and have a guaranteed success rate of 100%–no tricky cooking methods here! Bonus points if it can be made in advance, because there’s nothing fun about stress-baking in front of your date. I would know. I’ve done it.
There’s a 100% chance that you and your date will love this easy chocolate fondue for two. You can absolutely make it in advance, store it in the fridge and re-heat it. Raid your pantry for fun dippers like marshmallows and cookies, and let your date bring the fresh fruit.
Chocolate mousse is so impressive, and this one is easy AND impressive! If you can melt chocolate into butter and whip heavy cream, you’ve got mousse! This can also be made ahead of time, but be sure to bring it out of the fridge for an hour to soften before serving. Easy chocolate mousse for two.
Pressing caramel hearts into a pan of brownies is such an easy way to elevate regular brownies! Just try not to fight your partner over the brownies with the oozing caramel! Caramel brownies.
I happen to think that cookie bars are loads easier to make than actual cookies. There’s no rolling of dough or required chill time, and you get more frosting per bite. That’s an all-around win to me. Sugar Cookie Bars.
Instead of making dessert, what about drinking your dessert?! This rich Nutella martini has a Nutella rim with crushed raspberries, vodka, and Chambord. I like to float a few fresh raspberries in it, too. Nutella Raspberry Martini.
It can’t get any easier than this S’mores Dip for two! Pile chocolate chips in a cast iron skillet, top with marshmallows, broil until golden brown, and use graham crackers to scoop it all up!
If dipping is your thing (and you don’t mind double dipping with your dude), you have to make these chocolate caramel pretzel bites. The extra sprinkle of salt on top is too good!
Sometimes, simple is best. Like a store-bought frozen chocolate waffle stuffed with ice cream and dipped in chocolate. Optional roll in crushed freeze-dried raspberries, of course. Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches.
This is my go-to easy dessert. If you can use a handheld mixer and whisk this all together in 5 minutes, you have the best, creamy cheesecake for two!
If you press regular chocolate chip cookie dough into two mini cast iron skillets, bake it, and top it with ice cream and chocolate sauce, you have something worth sharing with Cupid. Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundaes.
Because sometimes, simple is best. If your sweetie’s favorite dessert is chocolate chip cookies, make these!
Admittedly, the hardest part about this recipe is finding dried rose petals for sprinkling on top. But they’re so worth it! White Chocolate Rose Chocolate Bark.
When you’er in the mood for chocolate cake, but don’t want to make a giant one, these two mini chocolate cakes in ramekins are just the thing!
Let’s be real: red wine chocolate truffles is all it would take to make any of us happy on Valentine’s Day. Truffles are deceptively simple: just heat, stir, chill and roll! You can’t mess them up!
If you knew it was this easy to make fudge with just two ingredients (chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk), you would make it every day, wouldn’t you? Easy romantic desserts are too fun!
The quintessential Valentine’s Day dessert for two is chocolate lava cakes, and you need to master them now! Try making them tonight, a few days ahead of Valentine’s Day (something you can totally do with dessert for two because of the lack of leftovers!). Plus, there’s a how-to video in the post to walk you through it!
Ok, that’s it, friends! I hope you have a great Valentine’s Day at home with your loved ones! I hope these easy romantic desserts make it on your table!