It’s customary to give your loved ones chocolate on Valentine’s Day as a symbol of attraction and affection. Much lesser known, though, is chocolate’s historic identity as an aphrodisiac – a food or substance that increases sexual desire by stimulating the release of endorphins.
While chocolate remains the mainstay of the February 14th traditions, other sugary desserts have also come to be a part of Valentine’s Day as much as flowers have, aside from roses. It’s also a foolproof gift if there’s still a lot to learn about your partner, or if you have exhausted their wishlist after years and years of being together.
Here are six lovely treats to represent the sweet and fulfilling romance to come!