If you're on the hunt for an ediblegift with wow factor, you have options and many of them are still guaranteed to arrive in time for Feb. 14 or even earlier. We've combed the web for the best sweets and savory eats, including a and one very from the pastry chef who brought you the .
Ordering sweet treats and other eats online will save you a trip to the store, and thanks to sprawling online markets likeand you can snag some of the best stuff from small bakeries, chocolatiers and food purveyors without ever leaving home. Whether your sweetheart has a sweet tooth or prefers snacks of the savory sort, there's a special Valentine's Day treat out there for everyone -- even you.
Update: Most of these items are no longer available for shipping before Valentine's Day.
This is as impossible a year as ever to bag a Valentine's Day reservation. And even if you could, you may not want to. Score this heart-inspired steak dinner for two from Chesapeake Gay Gourmet instead and bring the romance home. In this V-Day dinner bundle, you'll get two USDA prime heart-shaped filet mignons, a pair of gluten-free Maryland crab cakes and a moist red velvet cake for dessert.
If you're worried about cooking a filet, don't be. Just get a cast-iron skillet or regular frying pan scorching hot, cook it a few minutes on each side and finish with some melted butter over the top. Done.
Perhaps you've heard of a little viral dessert sensation known as The PieCaken. Zac Young, the pastry chef behind the triple-headed Thanksgiving monster, is back with an interactive cake creation for Valentine's Day and it might be even cooler.
The Spill Your Heart Out Cake starts with an unassuming yet totally decadent devil's food cake and chocolate mousse coated in strawberry cheesecake frosting. Things take a turn for the thrilling when you let a rose champagne glaze and festive sprinkles spill down over the sides using an included cake collar.
I got a chance to try the Instagram-ready cake. It was as moist and tasty as it looks and the besparkled dripping glaze turned out just like in the online photos.
I Trulli is one of New York's most beloved Italian eateries, and for Valentine's Day you can order its signature heart-shaped ravioli. These festive beauties are handmade, stuffed with Italian ricotta and striped with beet puree.
For the valentine with a savory tooth (not to mention expensive taste), this duo of decadent little lobster pot pies is perfect. Crowned with puff pastry and heart-shaped decorations, they're an ideal centerpiece to a romantic dinner at home.
If something meatier is in order, this heart-shaped box of jerky (10 pieces total) in flavors like whiskey maple and sesame ginger will give them a delicious snack to chew on. Don't let the manly marketing copy put you off if you have a female Ron Swanson in your life -- but if you prefer to play on the tried-and-true flower arrangement, you can also order a salami bouquet instead.
Brie still, my beating heart. Nobody does romance like the French and this decadent collection is about as close as you can get to a French cheese and charcuterie plate, with beautiful comte and roquefort, plus cherry confit, olives and rich jambon. Add crackers and wine for a romantic indoor picnic, or send it to a long-distance love who appreciates all things cheesy.
This just might be the best cookie in the world. No, really. The inside is doughy and delicious, and the outside is crispy and perfect. There's a reason New Yorkers wait in line for them but you can skip the lines because Levain sells and ships online too. The boxed assortment is available for shipping and comes with one of each of the bakery's chocolate chip walnut, dark chocolate chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and dark chocolate peanut butter chip cookies. Don't worry, you can also order a box of one specific cookie. They're all excellent but the classic chocolate chip and chocolate peanut butter are all-time favorites.
Ruby chocolate made its debut in 2017, but it's still not as readily available as your standard milk and semisweet. Still, it's particularly perfect for the sweetest of holidays, thanks to its naturally pink color. These truffles showcase that rosy hue and ruby cacao's fruity flavor -- but you can also buy heart- and rose-shaped ruby chocolates with lemon-raspberry filling and marionberry caramel.
You can safely enjoy this edible cookie dough straight from the fridge -- or bake it if you want to. Build your own dream team of four different flavors, or pick this combo pack of Cookie DO Confections' best-selling flavors, including Cake Batter and Brookie Dough.
Show your sweetie pie you care with an actual pie -- this one is a gooey red velvet chess pie in a flaky crust. It serves eight to 10 people, but you can always eat your hearts out on Valentine's Day, then finish the rest of this sweet treat for breakfast the next morning.
Made famous for its cupcakes by Sex and the City, Magnolia Bakery is also justly renowned for its luscious banana pudding (which got its due on Broad City). This Goldbelly pack includes six tubs of the world famous pudding -- enough to make 10 people very happy or one person very happy 10 times.
Looking for something a little more thematic? These adorably petite, heart-shaped vanilla-almond sugar cookies from Montana bakery Elle's Belles are topped with cream cheese frosting in white, pink and red, with sugar sparkles for the perfect finishing touch.
Cakes for a couple! New York City's beloved Milk Bar is a local legend and the fun and quirky operation known for its wild takes on classic bakes has a Valentine's Day menu to match. We love this red velvet duo ($52) that includes a mini red velvet cake and matching cake truffles.
Who doesn't love a Rice Krispie treat? These little babies from Treat House are the perfect bite size so that your honey can savor them all or share them with you. For Valentine's Day, the brand has even created a super sampler, which includes 24 Valentine's-themed Rice Krispie treats, two strawberry shortcake bars and three Valentine's Rice Krispie doughnuts.
This story was originally written by Brittany Loggins and has been updated by David Watsky.