Come Over to the Dark Side (of Chocolate) This Valentine’s Day

Double Chocolate Macaroons
Double Chocolate Macaroons / Photography, Recipe Development, and Food Styling by Rachel Conners/feedfeed

Ditch the store-bought box of chocolate, and celebrate Valentine’s Day with a decadent dark chocolate dessert. Whether showing love to yourself or someone else, the best way is with a gift baked from scratch. From a deep dark chocolate rendition of red velvet cake and brownies layered with caramel filling and to melt-in-your-mouth Double Chocolate Macaroons and a rich chocolate tart brimming with almonds, be prepared to dive into the guiltiest of pleasures.

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
Photography, Recipe Development, and Food Styling by Shiran Dickman/feedfeed
  1. Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Perfectly chewy and coated in confectioners’ sugar, these Chocolate Crinkle Cookies by Shiran Dickman (@shiran_dickman) of the blog Pretty. Simple. Sweet. are the ultimate fudgy chocolate cookies. For more decadent cookie recipes, order the Holiday Cookies Special Issue co-produced with feedfeed

Double Chocolate Spice Bundt Cake

2. Double Chocolate Spice Bundt Cake 

This cake gets an undertone of warm, cozy spice from chai tea-infused milk. Just one slice will have the chocolate lover in your life begging for more!

Cookie Butter Truffles

3. Cookie Butter Truffles

These truffles double down on the Biscoff flavor with alternating layers of Cookie Butter Ganache and straight cookie butter. Made with semisweet chocolate, these confections will be the first to disappear. 

Double Chocolate Macaroons
Photography, Recipe Development, and Food Styling by Rachel Conners/feedfeed

4. Double Chocolate Macaroons 

When you take the first bite of one of these macaroons, you will be astonished at the chocolaty flavor that comes through. They remind us of a fudge brownie crossed with a classic coconut macaroon. These are for the chocolate lovers! 

Chocolate Coconut Tart with Almonds
Photography and Styling by Mason + Dixon / Recipe Development and Food Styling by Ben Mims

5. Chocolate-Coconut Tart with Almonds

Like a grown-up version of the popular Almond Joy candy bar, this tart from food writer Ben Mims balances almonds and sweet chocolate with plenty of salt and toasted coconut.  

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