There is nothing more important and more rewarding than showing your special someone your love by making them something beautiful on Valentine’s Day with your own hands! Sweets, desserts, cakes, cookies – call it what you can do, there is no perfect Valentine’s Day without a feast and a feast. We bring you a selection of a few ‘fun’ ones that you can not only enjoy but also enjoy, thanks to these easy-to-follow recipes. So keep on hurting yourself. And don’t forget to add that special ingredient called ‘love’!
Here Are 7 Ways For A Valentine’s Day To Try
1. Pistachio, Cranberry and White Chocolate Pie (eggless)
This eight-inch [8 cm] eggless pie with Swheta Mutreja Aggarwal of Kokie Cake Crumble is beautiful to look at. With it, one tastes the smooth, creamy Sicilian pistachio filling filled with chewy cranberry bits, all paired with a crispy cake and crumbly shortcrust. While it may take a little practice to build, let’s hope we say just one bite will delight your special someone. Both, about you, and the pie.
2. Rose Petal Gadbad (eggless)
It is usually called ‘Original Mangalorean Sundae’, gadbad was created in 1977 by Y. Prabhakar Kamath of the famous Idea Ice Cream of Mangaluru. Giving us this romantic riff with a fragrant rose petal gadbad by Chef Dipesh Shinde of the brand new +94 Bombay restaurant designed specifically for Valentine’s Day. The original Gadbad (the word gadibidi translates as ‘urgent confusion’ in Kannada) sees a long glass filled with three lumps of cream (in this case, rose ice cream!), With nuts, fresh fruit cubes, jelly and tutti frooti alternating each scoop. All of this is then removed with a little, thick milk.
3. Coeur du Chocolat (Heart of Chocolate)
This small, two-inch-long travel cake made by cake maker Shweta K of The Blue Mango is an excellent small amount of its Belgian dark chocolate sponge and dark ganache chocolate portions. Adorned with sprinkle rainbow (lower edge) and rose rose petals (top). Since February 14 was designed to celebrate love with the people we love, its creator wanted to do something to honor that. Something like ‘love’. Simple, pure and classic. He adds that the reason the top of the cake is left blank is that it can be customized with your partner’s name, or a short message if you wish.
4. Strawberry Shortbread Heart cookie (no eggs)
Take a simple short cookie and bring it up in good measure by giving her the perfect Bollywood Day Valentine’s Day treat Milanda Jagtiani’s favorite. Giving a person the opportunity to put these buttery, melted cookies without colored sprinkles, dried cranberries or chocolate chocolate bits, the recipe is rather easy to beat in your kitchen. Just make sure you get the heart-shaped cookie cutters and you are gold!
5. Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownie (no eggs)
Having made a name for itself as one of the best brownie places in Mumbai, Brownie by Bay by Anjali Mirchandani has some more, but a specialized brownie is our special Valentine’s Day list! The eggless creation combines the best not just one, not two, but three separate velvet red cake, cake topper and brownie in one delicious square. It’s easy enough to repeat yourself, these brownies have said that reddish brown will definitely win you over … sorry pun, brownie points for the love of your life.
6. Strawberry Cheesecake Tart with Strawberry Gelato (no eggs)
Giving us each recipe for her six-inch tart, strawberry cheesecake cake and her no-churn, a quick eggless gelato gelato is the author’s recipe and cookbook for Natasha Celmi. Making a cheesecake tart is a fun and uplifting way to revive dessert. Natasha adds that tin can be applied to any annual fruit such as mangoes, peaches, etc., but given the importance of strawberries and Valentine’s Day, she couldn’t resist the cliche. To go with a simple tart recipe that requires small ingredients to prepare a strawberry gelato at home. So, what are you waiting for? Hit this killer combination right now!
7. Red Velvet Whoopie Pie
Coming up with this recipe specifically for us is Inderpreet ‘Rummy’ Nagpal of Rummy’s Kitchen who travels around the world looking for delicious dishes and confections and uses them for his business. With its origins in American cooking by the Amish, the whoopie is basically a pie-like pie sandwich made of two soft cookies with fluffy marshmallow filling. While the real pie is made of chocolate, our special version is a heart-shaped red pie. Interestingly, there is a good story of how the whoopie pie got its name. Apparently, when the children found this treatment in their lunch bags, they would shout “Whoopie!”