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14 Chocolatey Chocolate-Filled Recipes for Your Valentine

If you don’t have a gift for your sweetheart this Valentine's Day, don’t fret. We’ve rounded up 14 chocolicious recipes—for February 14, of course!—from HOMEGROWN’s home cooks. You know that old maxim about the way to the heart being through the stomach? We hereby declare it true. Seventy-five hundred HOMEGROWN members and counting can’t be wrong. 

1. FOR THE ONE WHO GETS YOUR HEART RACING: Marianne’s espresso bark

2. FOR SOMEONE YOU’RE JUST NUTS ABOUT: Amanda’s peanut butter cups

3. FOR FRANCOPHILES AND THOSE WHO LOVE THEM: Christine’s pain au chocolat

4. FOR KIDS (OR KIDS AT HEART): Cynthia’s chocolate syrup

5. FOR YOUR ONE AND ONLY: Rachel’s thumbprint cookies

6. FOR NON-SWEET TEETH: Jennifer’s mole poblano

7. FOR YOUR FAVORITE HAND WARMER: Kate’s hot cocoa mix

8. FOR THE SLOW MOVERS: Stephanie’s molasses almond chocolate toffee

9. FOR A MYSTERIOUS CRUSH WITH LOTS OF LAYERS: Anne’s chocolate cronut

10. FOR BREAKFAST IN BED: Cynthia’s s’more-filled pop tarts

11. FOR THE ONE WHO MELTS YOUR HEART: Scissors & Drumsticks’ chocolate-covered cherry cookies

12. FOR THAT TALL, DARK, AND HANDSOME STRANGER: Rachel’s dark chocolate layer cake

13. & 14. FOR THE ONE YOU’D CHOOSE AGAIN AND AGAIN: Amanda’s homemade Nutella spread and ice cream

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Comment by Kori P. on February 18, 2015 at 2:30pm

here is my contribution: Belgium truffles, made with LOVE and pure Belgium dark Callebaut chocolate =))

http://jovankebashtovankekutlacha.blogspot.com/2015/01/belgium-truf...

Comment by Jennifer on February 19, 2015 at 2:20pm

I almost panicked when I clicked through and couldn't read the recipe! But then I took a deep breath, scrolled down, and saw the English version. Whew. And also, thanks! These look amazing! Just curious: Have you tried the recipe with other things in place of the almond milk?

Comment by Kori P. on February 20, 2015 at 2:50pm

hehe, you panicked despite its clear sign on the top "scroll down for English" =) or perhaps it's not that clear? =))

I tried the recipe with soy milk, regular milk, and yogurt.. If you don't want to use any milk you can always increase the rum ;) and other ingredients (honey and coconut oil).

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