Super Quick and Easy Chocolates for Valentine's Day

You don't need to spend a lot of money for fancy chocolates for your sweetie this Valentine's Day. These ten super quick and easy recipes will satisfy any chocolate craving, and are as romantic and delicious as possible. Some take some time to set or cool or otherwise pull themselves together, but all take just a few minutes of hands-on time. Your sweetie (or sweeties) will love every bite!

  • 01 of 05
    Nut Goody Bars
    Nut Goody Bars. Linda Larsen

    If you like Nut Goodies, that layered chocolate and peanut candy, you will swoon for this recipe. It uses a lot of ingredients, and the pan weighs about 9 pounds, but at least once in your life you MUST make this recipe. The recipe isn't "quick", but it is easy. And so, so worth it.

  • 02 of 05
    Easiest Fudge
    Easiest Fudge. Linda Larsen

    Yes, this is the easiest fudge in the world. You can fancy it up with chopped nuts, chopped candy, or marshmallows if you'd like. The variations are infinite - make three or four batches!

  • 03 of 05
    Chocolate Peanut Butter Bonbons. Linda Larsen

    This old-fashioned recipe combines peanut butter, dates, and chocolate. Now that may sound strange, but the combination is delicious and irresistible. I like to make the peanut butter mixture one day, then form the balls and dip them in chocolate the next. These are perfect snuggled into those little frilled candy cups for Valentine's Day.

  • 04 of 05
    Peanut Butter Turtle Bars. Linda Larsen

    Peanut Butter, caramel, and chocolate combine in a fabulous brownie to make one of the best chocolate desserts you have ever eaten. Really!f

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  • 05 of 05
    Chocolate Toffee Angel Food. Linda Larsen

    An angel food cake, cocoa powder, whipping cream, and a few other ingredients are all you need to make this spectacular dessert. You don't need to bake a thing or cook anything; just whip a few ingredients together and assemble the cake. Yum.