Is food your love language? Here’s a roundup of our best ever chocolate recipes just in time for Valentine’s Day!

From decadent to day-to-day chocolate-infused recipes, we have them all. After all, it is said the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach – so what more could you possibly need to cement your top-of-the-pecking-order position than these drool-worthy recipes?

17 best-ever chocolate recipes to love this Valentine’s Day

1. Baileys Ganache Truffles

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Great balls of delicious fire! Here’s a recipe for Baileys infused truffles which is perfect all year round, not just Valentine’s Day.

2. Sausage Roll Maker Brownies

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The sausage roll maker moonlights as an epic dessert creator also. Brownies are whipped up in just about no time in this clever contraption.

3. Toblerone Cheesecake

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Pull out the big ones with a Toblerone Cheesecake! An amazing dessert option if you’re feeding a crowd of loved ones.

4. Double Choc Custard

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Oh my. How rich and decadent does this double chocolate custard look? YUM!

5. Air Fryer Tim Tam Dessert

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If time isn’t on your side, don’t despair, the air fryer is your Valentine’s Day saviour! Puff pastry and Tim Tam biscuits come together for a delicious, speedy dessert right here!

6. Cherry Ripe Slice

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Is the classic Cherry Ripe a favourite chocolate bar in your home? How about making a GIANT Cherry Ripe slice to feast on all weekend?

7. Caramilk Churros

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Netflix and… churros? Pair churros with this divine, silky smooth Caramilk dipping sauce for the ultimate romantic comedy movie snack.

8. Caramilk Martini

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And while you have the Caramilk out, why not whip up a Caramilk martini to go with the evening? YES PLEASE!

9. Fudgy Walnut Brownies

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Brownies never get old. In fact, the day AFTER they’re made is when they’re best. Try it and put these fudgy walnut brownies to the day-after test!

10. Chocolate Ripple Biscuit Slice

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You can turn the most humble of pantry chocolate biscuits into something stunning, promise! Just look at this Maltesers Chocolate Ripple Biscuit Slice. Sooooooo good!

11. Tim Tam Balls

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Again, take that packet of biscuits and turn them into something gift-worthy! Tim Tam Balls make for a tasty gift when packaged up in a pretty ice cream cup and tied with ribbon.

12. 2-Ingredient Chocolate Cake

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A two-ingredient chocolate cake recipe? You had better believe it – get ready for a fudgy, chocolatey experience!

13. 5 Minute Choc Mug Cake

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Didn’t want dessert and then changed your mind? A 5-minute choc mug cake will fix that!

14. Chocolate Hazelnut Popcorn

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If you’re not a fan of cake, we’ve got your salty yet sweet chocolate needs still covered! Chocolate hazelnut popcorn, where have you been all of my life?!

15. Chocolate Honeycomb Cupcakes

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Level up your chocolate cupcake game by topping them with a sweet piece of honeycomb. Chocolate honeycomb cupcakes – it’s the CRUNCH we never knew we needed!

16. Pie Maker Cheesecake Brownies

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Rounding out the dessert recipes is this stunning easy-as-pie (literally) pie maker cheesecake brownie recipe. So. Berry. Good.

17. How to Melt Chocolate

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Just in case you want a bowl of warm, melted delicious chocolate for ANY reason – like perhaps fondue – here’s a fail-safe, easy way to melt chocolate.

That should be enough sugar to keep you going all Valentine’s Day weekend, folks, happy Valentine’s Day to you all!

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South Australian mum and self proclaimed foodie, Lexi can most days be found in the kitchen, apron tied firm and armed with a whisk or wooden spoon!


  1. I live in Bardstown, KY, USA. I love your recipes, but there are some ingredients I have never heard of or seen. Are there subs that I can use? Example… Anzac Biscuits, Tim Tams, Cadbury Caramilk, Lattice biscuits, and some candy that was round orange and was on top of a chocolate orange fudge. Your input would be great.

    • Lexi Klaebe Reply

      Hello Elizabeth! You may not have seen these ingredients because we’re based in Australia! Likewise, I’m not sure what you have on offer over in the US to substitute these ingredients with. Tim Tams are a chocolate biscuit with a chocolate creme centre and dipped in chocolate (imagine a choc dipped chocolate cream Oreo), Cadbury Caramilk is a caramel tasting white chocolate and the round orange candy are Jaffas – they’re hard chocolate balls with a hard orange tasting candy shell. Anzac biscuits we have a recipe for on our website and I WISH I could give you a substitute for Lattice biscuits, but they’ve also been discontinued here! I hope this helps a little! – Lexi

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