Now that we’ve all finally taken down our Christmas trees and boxed up our holiday decor, it's time to make our way down the store aisles for our next big celebration: Valentine’s Day. What better way to celebrate love than with treats, chocolates, dinners, and other food-related gifts?

Whether your Valentine is a friend, partner, or situationship, they’re bound to love these heart-shaped treats and pink and red kitchen knick-knacks. And if you don’t have a Valentine this year, go ahead and treat yourself to one of these gifts–you deserve it.  

Le Creuset Mini Heart Cocottes 

Every home cook or baker wants a Le Creuset dutch oven. This mini version, dotted with little pink and red hearts, is the perfect option. It's the ideal personal serving size, budget-friendly at only $32, and definitely at the top of your Valentine’s wishlist. (P.S. If my boyfriend is reading this, take this as your sign.)

Heart-Shaped Measuring Cups 

Practical and oh-so-cute, these sweet little pink measuring cups from Paper Source are exactly what your favorite baker is looking for. She can use them to whip up a Valentine’s Day dessert or put them out on the counter for a little decor–they’re that adorable. 

Blue Ribbon DIY Sushi Kit

Perfect for the sushi lover, this Blue Ribbon sushi-making kit brings a romantic and fun date night to your home. With fresh fish and all the tools and instructions you need, you can attempt to craft your own sushi rolls with your Valentine–keyword: attempt. It’s more challenging than you’d expect.

Angel Food Bakery “I Love You” Donuts 

Nothing says “I love you” better than glazed donuts, especially when they literally form the words “I love you.” These donuts, featuring sprinkles and colored frosting, are cute enough to forget about the price tag ($89.95, ouch.) Featured on Goldbelly, they ship nationally, so you can share with your long-distance Valentine.

Compartes Chocolate Heart Gift Box

You can’t go wrong with chocolates on Valentine’s Day. This elegant Compartes chocolate box certainly elevates the traditional mediocre heart-shaped box cliche. Each chocolate in this minimalist (yet adorable) box features a pink and red heart design, so your Valentine will enjoy looking at them almost as much as they enjoy eating them.

Bre Graham's Table for Two Cookbook 

Though I might be slightly biased as a coffee table and cookbook collector myself, cookbooks are a fool-proof gift for any occasion. You can place them on a coffee table for added decor and homeyness or actually use them to chef up some recipes. This book, by Bre Graham, is aesthetically-pleasing and features recipes to make specifically for your loved ones–perfect for Valentine’s Day. 

Whether she’s a baker, chef, sweet tooth, or sushi connoisseur, there’s something on this list for your love to love. Go ahead and surprise your loved one–or treat yourself–with a thoughtful treat, romantic date night in, or some new (and totally adorable) kitchen gear from this list. Your Valentine will thank you for making the day extra special; you can thank me later.