P.S. I Love You

February 14 is Valentine's Day — a day of love! So why not treat your loved ones to a delicious chocolate dessert to show them how much you care?


Heartwarming baking

Say it with chocolate

Dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants, so a little is good for you! Chocolate raises serotonin levels in the brain which improves overall wellbeing and happiness. Even the smell can lift your mood and make you feel more relaxed. If you're a true chocoholic or just need a chocolate fix, check out these Valentine’s ready chocolate recipes.


Cocktail hour

Pasta lovers

A Table For Two

Spending quality time alone with your significant other can help to bring you closer together, but with all the commitments of modern life, it's not always easy to do. Cooking together is a great opportunity to enjoy each other's company without forking out money for an expensive dinner out. It's also fun to learn new recipes and expand your culinary horizons.

Your Valentine's Day menu

Nothing but the best for that important person in your life. Pull out all the stops: cocktails, starter, main course dessert and even a little gift. It can feel like a lot to remember, but we're here to help with our menu suggestions.

Entrées you'll love

The main event

Pasta perfection

Love is sweet

Love Letters

This is a sweet idea to surprise your loved ones. Write little messages about the things you love most about them and what they do that makes you appreciate them, then leave the notes around the home for them to find.