Whether you’re madly in love or flying solo, Valentine’s Day can get old fast. You might be wracking your brain trying to come up with something special and unique to treat your loved one to this year. If you’re coming up empty-handed, well, that’s why you’re here, isn’t it? Never fear, we’ve got just the thing to satiate your Valentine’s Day woes. Dessert lovers and foodies alike will find something sweet on this list of six of the best and most drool-worthy desserts in Orlando to try with your boo this Valentine’s Day.\nChocolate Piñata\nPrice: $25 to $30\nAddress: 8409 International Dr, Orlando, FL\nWhy You Need To Go: This dessert takes “dinner and a show” to a whole new level. A decadent dark chocolate ball hangs from a string, filled with fruit and homemade churros, and guests get to actually swing a mallet and break it to get to the goodies inside.\nFor uber chocolate lovers, you can order The Chocolate Lover’s Piñata, which is the same size but $5 extra with added chocolate empanada bites inside.\n View this post on Instagram Swipe left for a fun surprise! 🎁🎊Turning 26 tomorrow! I cannot believe how much time flies! I am so thankful that the Lord has given me these amazing 25 years! I have been nothing but blessed by him! Five days after my birthday 🎂 last year, I had told Ever that I wanted to come here for my birthday 🎁 the next year and he remembered by accident! We were at Southpoint Mall trying to figure out what we wanted to eat and that was the 1st restaurant on yelp! I guess it was meant to be! Such a great idea and an amazing dessert! @unclejuliosmexican A post shared by Angela Orellana | NC Blogger (@mrs.orellana) on Sep 1, 2019 at 9:43am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nMassive Sundaes\nPrice: $$ \nAddress: 1514 E Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: When we say massive, we mean bigger-than-your-face-massive. These creative concoctions at Wolfgang Puck in Disney Springs are exploding with treats and flavors, and you’ve probably not seen anything like them before.\nSome are seasonal, with others staying on the menu year-round, so be sure to keep an eye on their website for updates. \n View this post on Instagram Meet @wpbgorlando’s “Campfire Sundae” 🍨 Made with salted caramel and #chocolate cookie crunch #gelato, with pretzel sticks and mini marshmallows 🥄Topped with chocolate #cheesecake, mallow fluff, caramel popcorn, extra pretzel sticks and mini mallows. A post shared by Wolfgang Puck (@chefwolfgangpuck) on Jul 22, 2019 at 4:31pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nJacques' Specialty Milkshakes\nPrice: $12 - $14 \nAddress: 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: It’s quite possible you’ll want to split just one of these delicious monstrosities between several people, because they are no joke.\nThe sheer size of the milkshake is contained in a large glass mason jar but overflows with whipped cream, sprinkles, and a giant cupcake plopped on top. Definitely 'Gram-worthy before you dig in! \n View this post on Instagram Heaven in my mouth 🌈😍 #foodporn #yummy #toothsomechocolateemporium #sogood A post shared by 𝐋𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐖𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐬 (@watercolourlilly) on Nov 21, 2019 at 12:41pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nDIY S’mores\nPrice: $6 - $10\nAddress: 3400 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: While the presentation itself isn’t over the top, this cozy campfire-style treat is always a win. Dessert ingredients and roasting sticks are all provided to perfectly toast your marshmallow over a small hibachi-style flame. There are two sizes to pick from, the half for $6, and the full for $10.\n View this post on Instagram GET TOASTED! 🔥 Today is #nationalsmoresday ... and you can thank the @girlscouts! The first-known recipe for the "some more" appeared in a Girl Scout Field Guide in 1927. These days you can even get them without a campfire! Check out the @orlandosentinel for a few great options in the 407, like @olliespublichouse, @fsorlando and @universalorlando! 🍫 #smores #smore #desserts #marshmallow #toastedmarshmallow #eeeats #orlandofoodies #orlandofun @fun.things.orlando #OSFoodie #orlandoeats #burnit A post shared by Orlando Foodie (@orlando.foodie) on Aug 10, 2019 at 7:13am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nPotato Chip Encrusted Chocolate Cake\nPrice: $8 \nAddress: 629 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: Among bourbon banana pudding and s’mores bread pudding, you’ll find this sweet and salty concoction. Give it a chance and you might be delightfully surprised by the yummy peanut brittle and salted caramel sauce. \n\nDid you know? Today is National Chocolate Cake Day!! We have the perfect dessert just for this occasion. Come in and try our Potato Chip Crusted Chocolate Cake served with peanut brittle and salted caramel.Posted by Soco Thornton Park on Wednesday, January 27, 2016\nWebsite\n\n\n\nTaiyaki\nPrice: $5.99\nAddress: 3402 Technological Ave #220, Orlando, FL\nWhy You Need To Go: Add an Asian spin to dessert night with this over-the-top treat from Ice & Bites Cafe. Choose your favorite ice cream base (coffee, green tea, lavender, taro, or vanilla), two toppings, and one sauce for an extra $1.\n View this post on Instagram We LoVE our guests! Thank you @eatingstpete for stopping by! Not only are we excited for locals to come, but those outside of Orlando- we do appreciate the support. . . . Thank you @eatingstpete for the awesome photo! . If you haven’t tried our in house freshly made taiyaki, have you really lived?😍 A post shared by Ice and Bites Café (@icenbites) on Nov 28, 2018 at 5:12am PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\nPace yourself, these desserts aren't for the faint of heart — but could certainly win the heart of your bae this Valentine's Day.