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Romantic desserts for Valentine's Day

Treat the one you love (and yourself in the process) to a delicious dessert this Valentine's. Whether it's a gooey chocolate pudding or something light and fruity, our handpicked selection has everything you need for the perfect sharing.

Chocolate sharing waffles

You can't fail to impress with a chocolate dessert on Valentine's Day and this indulgent sharing option for two only takes 15 minutes to whip up. Topped with ice cream, chocolate sauce and raspberries, these chocolate waffles are the perfect way to treat your other half.

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Vanilla poached pears with salted caramel sauce

These poached pears with salted caramel sauce make an elegant dessert that's ideal for a special dinner for two, or an occasion such as New Year's Eve. What's more, this easy dessert recipe is cooked all in one pan.

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Creamy chocolate mousse

This easy chocolate mousse recipe is perfect for an indulgent dinner for two, or rustle up as part of your Valentine's Day meal.

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Red velvet brownies

Surprise your other half and loved ones with this Valentine's Day dessert. Try making a batch of these velvety, rich heart-shaped brownies served with a dollop of vanilla buttercream frosting.

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Sharing orange and raspberry meringue

Give a traditional meringue dessert a colourful Middle Eastern spin with this easy pavlova recipe. Layers of meringue are sandwiched with whipped cream and blood orange segments, then decorated with pistachios, pomegranate seeds and mint leaves for a rich and fruity winter pud that's perfect for a special Valentine's Day dinner.

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Vegan raspberry mousse with coconut hearts

Whip up a gorgeous Valentine’s Day dessert with this easy three-ingredient vegan raspberry mousse recipe. A creamy coconut and raspberry mousse is topped with raspberry coulis and decorated with frozen coconut hearts, but you could easily leave these off for a delicious vegan pud anytime. This recipe makes more hearts than you need, so use the rest to top hot chocolates, pancakes, or even porridge for a treat.

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