Valentine Chocolate Financier Best valentine's Dessert

Celebrate love with a delectable treat that combines the richness of chocolate, the nuttiness of browned butter, and the sweetness of honey. These Valentine Chocolate Financiers are not only indulgent but also elegantly decorated, making them the perfect gift for your special someone. The addition of roasted nuts and dried fruits adds a delightful crunch and a burst of flavor to these little bites of love.


For Chocolate Financier

- Egg Whites: 70g (about 2 eggs)

- Unsalted Butter: 65g

- Honey: 10g

- Granulated Sugar: 50g

- Chocolate: 15g

- Weak Flour: 20g

- Cocoa Powder: 7g

- Almond Powder: 40g

For Decoration

- Chocolate for Coating: Appropriate amount

- Dry Raspberry: Appropriate amount

- Pistachios (Roasted): As appropriate

- Walnuts (Roasted): Appropriate amount

- Hazelnuts (Roasted): As appropriate

- Dried Mango: Appropriate amount


1. Brush the financier mold with butter and chill it in the refrigerator.

Making Chocolate Financier

1. Make Browned Butter:

   - Place the butter in a saucepan and heat over low heat, stirring with a whisk.

   - As bubbles form, gradually becoming smaller, watch for a color change and sediment turning brown.

   - Turn off the heat, submerge the pan in ice water, and once cooled, remove from ice water.

2. Chop and Melt Chocolate:

  • Chop the chocolate and melt it in hot water.

3. Prepare Batter:

   - Add granulated sugar and honey to egg whites and mix well.

   - Add the melted chocolate and mix.

   - Transfer A (flour, cocoa powder, almond powder) and gently mix with a whisk.

   - Add the browned butter and mix, being careful not to over-mix.

4. Baking:

   - Put the batter into a piping bag and pipe it into a buttered mold.

   - Bake in a preheated oven at 170 degrees for 11 to 15 minutes.

5. Cooling:

Remove from the mold as soon as it's done and cool on a cake cooler. Once cooled, store in a bag.


1. Melt Chocolate for Coating:

  • Melt the coated chocolate in hot water.

2. Coat and Decorate:

  • Pass the financier halfway through diagonally in the melted chocolate.
  • Use a spoon to pour the chocolate and let the excess drip off.
  • Place on a baking sheet and decorate with nuts and dried fruits before the chocolate dries.

These Valentine Chocolate Financiers are a delightful blend of textures and flavors, making them a charming gift for your loved ones. The combination of rich chocolate, nutty browned butter, and sweet honey creates a symphony of taste that is both elegant and indulgent. Share these beautifully decorated financiers and make this Valentine's Day a celebration of love and sweetness.