Pomegranates are known for their sweet-tart flavor, their vibrant red color, and their high levels of antioxidants. But many do not know that they are also aphrodisiacs—so why not use them whenever you can this Valentine’s Day? We made these delicious heart ice cubes to give a romantic spin on our on-the-rocks cocktails. Find out how to make […]
Month of Love
Nothing says “I love you” more than a homemade brunch! Whether you’re celebrating Galentine’s Day or having a Valentine’s Day brunch date, surprise the people you love with this delicious brunch pizza. If you’re feeling inventive, you can even shape your dough into a heart. Find the recipe after the jump.
Crunchy, chocolaty, salty, and sweet? This is the perfect snack for those looking to make something other than the typical chocolate strawberry. Plus, this treat is more versatile—you can either eat them right away, while the chocolate is still warm and melted, or you can chill them to save ’em for dessert. Sweet-and-salty lovers, rejoice!
This month, love is in the air…and in the food! Some foods, called aphrodisiacs, have special elements that are said to enhance your romantic desires. (Read more about the history here.) Why not serve a few this Valentine’s night? Learn about some of the most popular after the jump.
Spice up your Valentine’s dessert by topping it with a hot surprise—a chili pepper! Long considered an aphrodisiac due to how it can accelerate the pulse, chili with chocolate is the perfect unexpected pair to serve on your romantic night. Plus, this chili flavor is super easy to incorporate into any type of dessert. Find out how after the jump!