valentine's recipes - prosecco jelly with edible colourful flowers on top

Make someone happy this 14 February with a sweet, thoughtful and edible treat! We’ve found 12 gorgeous recipes that make lovely gifts, or add a little wow-factor to the end of a special meal.

Wrap up these gorgeous stained glass biscuits to give to your Valentine. Make it personal and choose whichever biscuit shapes you prefer.

Push the boat out and try your hand at a bit of French patisserie! The hidden pink centres make a lovely Valentine’s surprise – these buns can’t fail to impress.

Fall back in love with a childhood classic! This precise, technical recipe is worth the effort and you can wrap up your mallows in pretty Valentine’s packaging.

This fruit-studded centrepiece is one of the prettiest puds we’ve seen! You can also adapt the recipe to make the most of different seasonal fruits.

So easy to make, jam tarts are a great edible present – even better if you can put them in a vintage tin that you know your Valentine will love. Mix up your jam choices for a really vibrant selection.

This show-stopper of a dessert is half cake, half pudding. Decorate with your favourite flowers and gather up your loved ones to enjoy it all together!

Oozing with lemon curd and vanilla icing, the crowning glory of this cake is the rainbow of delicate edible flowers. It guarantees brownie points and smiles all round.

Rustle up something special for afternoon tea or breakfast in bed with these homemade crumpets, served with raspberries and honey. They’re surprisingly easy to make and super delicious!

Personalise these mega-easy fairy cakes with your favourite colours and flavours. Plus, this recipe is great if you have any little helpers in the kitchen.

With no gluten or dairy, this is the perfect special-diet recipe for a special person! It’s really simple to make, and tastes amazing.

Light, fluffy sponge loaded with tropical fruits, a crunchy dusting of pecan brittle, and a little reminder that zesty cream cheese icing rocks – this cake is near perfection.