Which Chocolate Dessert For Valentine’s Day?

Filed under: Food/Drink — Savvy Housekeeper at 9:37 am on Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Maybe it’s a pregnancy thing, but I am obsessed with chocolate lately. So I am considering making a chocolate dessert this Valentine’s Day.

For Mr. Savvy, of course.

The question is, which chocolate dessert should I make? Here’s what I came up with so far:

Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake. I have mentioned this dessert before, but the recipe seems to be gone. No matter, here’s another version and another with detailed pictures.

Dark Chocolate Pie. How can this be bad?

Flourless Chocolate SoufflĂ©. I’ve never made a soufflĂ© before, and this one looks like a good place to start.

Salted Chocolate Tart. This one may be a little too decadent for me, since the chocolate crust and chocolate filling kind of makes my teeth itch.

Chocolate Cake Roll. It’s a chocolate cake rolled up with whip cream inside. Or ice cream!

What is your favorite chocolate dessert?


Comment by Kate

February 8, 2012 @ 1:53 pm

That souffle looks divine. I love flourless cakes, especially this one from stonesoup. 4 ingredients and 20 minutes gives you a quick dessert for two.

My husband’s favorite is white chocolate creme brulee. I’m serious – if it wasn’t for this dessert, we might not be married. ;) I’d say I’ll be making this for our off-day Valentine’s.

Comment by Coley

February 8, 2012 @ 2:35 pm

Oh yum!!! That dark chocolate pie looks and sounds to die for :) Maybe I’ll make that for Valentine’s dessert. Plus there would most likely be left over pie for the rest of the week! hehe Also the chocolate seems to be a pregnancy thing for me as well. I have a stash of chocolate that is my “pregnancy chocolate”. My husband is not allowed to touch it. It’s for emergency pregnancy cravings only. If he got to it would be gone in a day!

Comment by Rob

February 8, 2012 @ 4:13 pm

They all look good to me!

Comment by Ms Savvy

February 9, 2012 @ 10:58 am

Thanks! Kate, white chocolate is Mr. Savvy’s favorite. I should try that creme brulee.

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