The holiday season is one of the most romantic times of the year to spend with your significant other and enjoy easy romantic desserts on cozy nights.
During the holiday season, the air will be high of indulgence with all the cookies, cakes and desserts being shared by all. It’s the season of decadence and you need to hearken to its call.
Now, romantic desserts to share with your significant other don’t need to be as complicated as some of the lovely morsels you share with each other at a restaurant or café. It can be something simple, sweet and easy to make…just like the following dessert ideas you absolutely need to try.
So forget about counting calories, lick your lips, and enjoy the holiday season with your taste buds and our easy romantic desserts that anyone can make!
This first dish has a Mediterranean flair to it. Figs and mascarpone cheese are native to my family’s country of origin, Italy. And, of course, Italy is known for being an incredibly romantic nation.
It is definitely true that figs and mascarpone are made for each other. The creaminess of the mascarpone balances the delicate sweetness of the fig in this easy to make dish. It’s reminiscent of a good relationship. The best part is that you can quickly whip this up in less than five minutes.
All you’ll need is three figs, three teaspoons of mascarpone cheese, some salt, some nutmeg (optional) and some sweetener (honey, stevia, agave, sugar). The directions are as follows:
You can enjoy this dish all year round, no matter where you live.
Nothing is more synonymous with romance than strawberries dipped in chocolate. It’s sweet, tart, and irresistible at the same time.
Just the way that figs and mascarpone are made for each other, chocolate and strawberries are a food marriage made in heaven.
In essence, all you really need is parchment paper, a good semi-sweet chocolate to melt, and big, red juicy strawberries.
Again, you have a quick, sweet, and quick to make a simple recipe to share with your lover.
Nutella (or chocolate hazelnut spread) is a delicious, universal ingredient for any dessert, simple or not. It is velvety smooth and tantalizes your taste buds whether you just eat a spoonful, spread it on crackers, or dip fruit in it.
Phyllo pastry is flaky and light, so it balances the strong yet sweet flavors of Nutella. While phyllo is traditionally used for baklava, one of my favorite Mediterranean desserts, it is also a universal dessert ingredient.
For this delicious, simple dessert, all you need are 20 sheets of phyllo dough, ¾ cup of Nutella, ¼ cup light corn syrup, 1/8 cup cinnamon sugar, and ½ cup of butter. The directions are as follows:
Enjoy this dessert in front of a roaring fire with your significant other.
Strawberries are most likely the most romantic of fruits, so it’s no surprise that it’s incorporated into another dessert on this list. If you’re not much of a chocolate person, then Strawberries Romanoff is right up your alley. It’s creamy, fruity, and sweet with a hint of alcohol.
For this recipe, you will need: ½ cup of sour cream, 3 tbsp of brown sugar, 1 tbsp of brandy (or cognac), ½ cup of heavy whipping cream, 3 tbsp of white sugar, and 4 cups of fresh strawberries.
Here are the directions for this fruity indulgence:
It only takes minutes to prepare and soon, you have a decadent dessert you can hand-feed your significant other. How romantic!
Chocolate mousse is one of the most staple romantic desserts of all. It’s smooth, creamy, chocolatey and decadent until the very last spoonful. Best of all, it’s easy to make so you’ll have more time to spend indulging with your partner.
While a traditional chocolate mousse is a little more complicated to make, this simpler recipe is just as delicious as it’s more difficult counterpart. You will need: 8 oz of chocolate chips, 6 tablespoons of water, 2 teaspoons of vanilla, 2 cups of heavy whipping cream, and ¼ cup of confectioner’s sugar.
The simple instructions are as follows:
In essence, romantic desserts don’t need to be the complicated debacles they appear to be. There’s no pomp or circumstance to it. All it takes are simple ingredients, a little bit of time, and a LOT of love.
So, instead of wasting time worrying about what romantic dessert you’ll be sharing with your partner over the holidays, use one of these simple recipes and enjoy the delicious, indulgent result with the one you love the most. Happy holidays and bon appetit!!
Tina C. is a young “Jill of All Trades” who aspires to be a best-selling author someday. A well-educated, well-read, and well-traveled individual, Tina takes pride in all of her work and loves trying something new.
If you want to show your love to your man you definitely should cook him a delicious dinner. We give you ideas for romantic meals to cook for him.
Attraction is a chemical reaction that occurs within the brain. If you want to learn how to make him addicted to you, read our article. Thank us later!
Whether they’re in a first or a 50th relationship, people are always wondering how to say I love you for the first time without making a fool of themselves.
Having a crush on someone is a fact of life. While most crushes are harmless, others can lead to unwanted circumstances. Here’s how to forget your crush.
Do you want to make your boyfriend emotionally more attached to you? Well, you can, and with our tips he will grow fonder of you and be yours forever!
It’s a common misconception that you should go out looking for love. When the love is right, it will find YOU. In the meantime, learn to enjoy life!
When a guy doesn’t text you back it can really drive you insane. Read these 16 tips on how to get him to text you back and he won’t ignore you ever again!
How to have a great Valentine's Day as a single woman? Although it might sound scary, we will help you. You can have fun being single on Valentine’s Day!