This Valentine’s Day Dessert Buffet is perfect for an intimate Valentine’s day celebration at home with your significant other.
The desserts for the buffet are easy to make with ingredients you already have in your pantry/fridge, budget-friendly, and absolutely gorgeous. The YouTube video has got you covered with all things dessert buffet, so let’s jump right in.
It doesn’t get more romantic than spending Valentine’s day at home with your spouse, munching on some delicious sweets and sipping on a glass of rosé.
I was inspired to create this dessert buffet when I was thinking of what to share on YouTube for Valentine’s day. I wanted to create something simple and easy, anyone can make without spending much money.
With the restrictions in movement due to covid-19, a buffet like this saves on going out on Valentine’s day, + you’ll be saving a ton of money on expensive restaurants. Enjoy!
Watch the video
In the YouTube video, I share everything about putting together this buffet. Click the image to watch.
Valentine’s day desserts options
For my valentine’s day dessert buffet for two, I opted for simple and easy to make desserts. Click here to download the free recipe bundle.
- Red velvet cupcakes: Red velvet cake flavour is a popular cake flavour for valentine’s day and it’s one I make tons of over at Nookies Boutique Cakes. The vibrant red colour of the cupcakes ties in well with Valentine’s day colours. My recipe is moist and super fluffy.
- Vanilla custard trifle: This dessert is very simple to make and it tastes like ice cream. I am very excited to share it with you because this was the very first dessert I learnt how to make.
- Doughnut mini-tower: This doughnut tower presents beautifully and it looks like a lot of effort went into making it. With a batch of homemade doughnuts, this tower comes together in a flash.
- Chocolate platter served with whipped cream: I threw some of my hubby’s favourite chocolates unto a tray. Add some strawberries for a pop of red.
For drinks, I made a very easy non-alcoholic punch with non-alcoholic rosé, orange juice, and lots of ice. For garnish, I used orange slices, fresh strawberries, and edible roses. Simply throw everything into a pitcher like I did in the video, stir and it’s ready.
Healthier dessert options for Valentine’s day buffet
The desserts in this Valentine’s day buffet contain a fair amount of sugar which is okay, as long as it’s eaten in moderation. However, if you want a much healthier dessert option, click here to download my free eBook Sweet Medicine for some refined sugar-free dessert recipes.
More desserts to try
Will you make a dessert buffet for Valentine’s day?
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