Cancel those dinner reservations: Valentine's Day is the perfect day to enjoy dessert in bed. And we don't mean ice cream sundaes covered in whipped cream—we mean your significant other's yummy parts covered in whipped cream.
Everywhere you turn in a sex shop you’ll find everything from edible panties to strawberry-milkshake-flavored lube. The issue? While most body paints, flavored lubes, or body frosting might seem like a good idea, they turn out to be super disgusting.
Thankfully, we know where to get the good stuff. Here are our recommendations for tasty edible sex treats that won’t make you want to vomit. Just remember, do not use anything inside the vagina unless it explicitly says you can; putting sugar inside a vagina is a yeast infection waiting to happen. (Hard pass on that one.)
Enjoy these scrumptious choices for Valentine’s Day—prepare to get a little sticky.
Chocolate body paint with CBD.
Made from recipes taken right out of the delicious, decadent chocolate shops of Brussels, you’ll want to hop right on this V-Day gift: HighOnLove’s Dark Chocolate Body Paint.
It tastes exactly like chocolate syrup on a sundae. It’s loaded with hempseed oil and CBD, which relieves pain and relaxes you. There is a version of the paint made with THC, but it's only available where cannabis products are legal.
This chocolate body paint comes in a luxe, glass heart-shaped bottle with a small, elegant paint brush. Use the paintbrush to draw loops and lines over your partner's body and proceed to lick them off.
HighOnLove, Dark Chocolate Body Paint costs $48. Buy it here.
A coconut lube that tastes like the beach.
Most lubes (unfortunately) taste vile. And the somewhat yummy flavored ones contain sugar which can mess up your magical vaginal flora—and no one is looking for that in their life, right?
But as a certified sex coach, educator, and lover of sex, I cannot recommend CocoLube more highly.
CocoLube is all natural, stays on, and tastes delicious. It smells just like a tropical beach vacation (without the gross sunscreen taste).
It’s so smooth that you can use it to give your partner a massage and lick it off or, of course, during oral sex. And since the product is all natural, and totally free of parabens, chemicals, or other harmful ingredients, it’s perfectly fine to use as lube for intercourse. Just keep in mind that if you’re using condoms that oil-based lubricants can damage latex.
Oh, one more bonus: CocoLube actually makes an incredible night moisturizer and a fabulous hair mask for dry ends. What could be better?
Cocolube, Massage and Personal Lubricant costs $30. Buy it here.
An oral sex lube that actually tastes good.
Speaking of flavored lubes that taste good and aren't full of chemicals and sugar: GoodHead, a fabulous oral sex lube. It comes in a variety of flavors including cinnamon and green apple. (My personal favorite is Mystic Mint. It’s minty fresh like a peppermint but isn’t over the top like toothpaste.)
While GoodHead really enhances blow job delight, it should only be used for oral sex on a penis; while it says it is sugar-free, it does contain glycerine, which is basically another name for sugar. Be sure to thoroughly wash off a penis and hands before engaging in any internal play.
GoodHead by Doc Johnson costs $15. Buy it here.
Chocolates that up libido.
These libido-enhancing, chocolate hearts are crafted to create a magical cannabis aphrodisiac formulation; and it’s aptly named "LOVE. "
The 10 mg THC/10 mg CBD treat is meant to be broken in half and shared with your boo. (Talk about romantic.) While it sounds like a weed edible, this super chill chocolate will only leave you feeling sexy, giddy, and ready for love.
The company also makes a box called “High Love” with chocolates containing 5mg of THC and 5 mgs of CBD. These will also have you poppin’ and ready for sex, but, remember, you can only buy this product where cannabis is legal!
1906, Love/High Love costs $20. Buy it here.
Flavored lube you can even use during intercourse.
Coconut X Oil is an absolute must-have on your Valentine’s Day shopping list this year.
This tasty lubricant comes in three organic flavors: Moist Chocolate Cake, Leather and Spices, and Fresh Cut Grass. (I was skeptical about a lube that tastes like grass, but I was surprisingly into it. But Moist Chocolate Cake is hands-down the best—turn your partner's penis into a bakery confection.)
These lubes are non-sticky, free of parabens, petroleum, silicon and glycerin. And what’s better: they’ve never been tested on animals!
The Secret Ingredient Girls, Coconut X Oil costs $25. Buy it here.