Hershey’s White Cookie Cupcake Kisses
When you want to give someone the world — or, at the very least, can’t decide whether to get them cookies, cupcakes or chocolate to show your undying affection — Hershey’s has your back. This Target exclusive tastes like cupcake batter and is studded with pink, crunchy cookie bits.
Godiva Slices Of Love Box
Godiva’s newest V-Day box combines your two great loves (no, not whoever you’re dating/married to/Facebook stalking): chocolate and cake. Each treat’s inspired by famous confections from around the world, like strawberry shortcake, Sacher Torte, creme brulee and lemon cheesecake.
Reese’s Pink Hearts
After last year’s Twitter war over whether Reese’s Hearts actually looked like hearts, the peanut butter cups took things one step further, releasing a version that’s coated in a pink white chocolate-y coating. We’ll see how the internet responds this year.
Winc X Compartés Chocolate
Skip the heart-shaped box and go for what she (or he) truly wants — sugar and sparkling wine. Compartés partnered with Winc to create a classy combo for the holiday, pairing a bottle of sparkling white wine with a dark chocolate bar that’s studded with vanilla-infused sea salt.
Lindt Strawberries & Creme Truffles
Instead of going the classic chocolate-covered strawberry route, Lindt infuses its white chocolate with strawberry flavor for more of a berries and creme vibe. It’s the perfect sweet for someone who’s not that into chocolate (those people exist, right?).
White Chocolate Cheesecake M&M’s
Ah, the decadence of cheesecake, distilled into tiny, candy-coated sweets so you can scarf them by the handful. In moderation. Moderation-ish. Walmart ,$3.49
Cadbury Royal Dark
If you’re looking for a classic dark chocolate treat, Cadbury won’t let you down. It’s rich without tasting bitter, with the snap you expect from quality chocolates.
Sold at AllCityCandy.com and Target, $3.99-$4.99
The friend who loves the peanut-butter-to-chocolate ratio of traditional Reese’s eggs and hearts will freak out over these XXL ones. They’re sold in packs of two, and each one’s the size of your hand. Just don’t tell your pal about the cals — a single heart clocks in at a whopping 1,200 calories.
Candy Warehouse, $20
Russell Stover Champagne-Flavored Chocolates
After the Champagne and rosé gummy trend, it makes sense we’d see even more bubbly-inspired sweets. Russell Stover just launched a 9-piece box of truffles, which have a gooey, champers-flavored center, though they’re totally alcohol-free (so no worries if your 6-year-old gets into ’em and declares himself “chocolate wasted”).Target, $5.00
Theo Chocolate My Cherry Baby Bar
This milk chocolate bar is smooth and mellow, without that harsh, cough syrup-y taste many cherry-flavored candies have. That’s because it’s chock full of dried sour cherries, not an extract or lab-created flavoring.
Whole Foods and TheoChocolate.com, $4
M&M’s Valentines Chocolates
Skip the conversation hearts and say what you really mean — as long as it’s “U R Sweet,” xoxo, a bunch of hearts or an “M” — with these pink, purple and white M&M’s.