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5 Secretly Healthy Chocolate Desserts

by in Valentine's Day, February 10, 2014

True, true — honesty is the most important part of any relationship. But what’s a little white lie here and there? Or what about a dark, chocolate-smothered lie? It sounds sinful, but here’s the deal: All of these Valentine’s Day chocolate desserts are — wait for it — secretly healthy. They are also all suspiciouslyRead more

Chocolate-Covered Bananas

by in Gluten-Free, Healthy Recipes, Valentine's Day, February 14, 2013

Chocolate is a Valentine’s Day must-have, but dessert doesn’t have to be complicated. Make these chocolate-covered bananas in minutes — they’re allergy-friendly, too!

Romantic Valentine’s Day Recipes

by in Healthy Recipes, Valentine's Day, February 12, 2013

Whip up a deliciously romantic menu for your Valentine’s date. These dishes will surely set the mood; pick a few of your favorites and serve by candlelight.

Ricotta “Sundaes” With Gluten-Free Granola

by in Gluten-Free, Valentine's Day, February 12, 2013

Instead of curling up with a pint of ice cream, make a lighter “sundae” instead: use creamy low-fat ricotta and your favorite sundae toppings, like dried fruit and chocolate chips.

29 Gluten-Free Valentine’s Day Recipes

by in Gluten-Free, Valentine's Day, February 11, 2013

If your valentine is gluten sensitive you can still bake them a special sweet treat this Valentine’s Day; choose from one of our 29 favorites from around the web.

Make Your Own Chocolate Ganache Body Scrub

by in Valentine's Day, February 11, 2012

Indulge in a guilt-free chocolate treat this Valentine’s Day: Oasis Day Spa’s chocolate ganache body scrub will leave your skin feeling soft and silky.

29 Days of Romantic Foods

by in 30 Days, Valentine's Day, February 6, 2012

Keep the month of February sweet, hot and spicy with these romantic foods. 1.    Start the month of right with 28 days of chocolate. 2.    Read up on Katie Cavuto Boyle’s sensual Valentine’s dishes. 3.    Check out Valentine’s recipes for kids and grown ups. 4.    Keep red foods on your mind. 5.    Make Ina Garten’sRead more