The Best Valentine’s Day Chocolate Gifts at Every Price Point
Chocoholics, rejoice! From simple, petite-sized confections to elaborate gift baskets, we found the best Valentine's Day chocolate gifts at every price point.
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Melt-in-your mouth truffles ($11) are the perfect sweet for someone on a budget.
All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt. Renowned cartoonist Charles M. Schulz knew a thing or two about the heart’s desires. Whether you’re giving them to someone special or just loading up the candy dish, get your fix with each bite of these individually wrapped Godiva chocolates ($15).
These gourmet peanut butter cups ($20) take your favorite combo to the next level. Indulge in flavors like Dark Sea Salt, Oreo, Pretzel, PBJ and Choco-Hazelnutty.
It’s Valentine’s Day and love is in the air! These square bites ($21) from the famed San Francisco chocolatier will have you smiling, whistling and clicking your heels all the way down the street.
Cozy up to a box of heart-shaped bon bons ($32). Your loved one will appreciate the chance to try fun flavors like Blood Orange Caramel, Yuzu Hibiscus and Passion Fruit.
For a true tasting experience, look no further than this decadent box ($48). You’ll find 16 crafted confections with notes of caramel, ginger, hazelnut and more.
This year say “I Love You” with five flavors of hand-crafted Harry & David truffles ($50) tucked inside a keepsake box she’ll cherish forever. He might, too.
Your lady is gorgeous. She deserves chocolate that looks as beautiful as she does ($65)—and that tastes great too.
This three-pound chocolate heart ($150) accompanied by 12 long-stemmed chocolate roses and six chocolate-covered Oreos is every chocolate lover’s dream come true.
Taste of Home
Perfect for Valentine’s Day or anytime a chocolate craving calls, these homemade truffles are sure to hit the sweet spot. And with only four basic ingredients, the recipe is both easy on the wallet and the eyes! Roll them in Dutch-processed cocoa to achieve a reddish hue in celebration of Valentine’s Day.