It isn’t rocket science figuring out Valentines Day treats: heart shapes. Period. Done. With these Valentines Day recipes collected from around the web, you can have a well-balanced meal that all looks disturbingly alike.
Since my sister’s honey is a gluten free vegetarian, I added in some gluten free desserts options and savory gluten free recipes. Don’t want your recipes for Valentines Day to be for one.
Show Your Sweet Side
Powdered Sugar Chocolate Cake. Psst, the baker responsible for this amazing piece of temptation says you can buy the cake instead of making it. Do a little powdered sugar decorating and take all the credit. My Grandpa used to do frost Sara Lee pound cakes, and the BINGO ladies loved him.
Never thought I’d use the phrase Sexy Strawberry Cupcakes. Now these are Valentines Day treats!
I don’t know if it counts as a recipe or instructions, but Cookie Bouquets are easy to make thanks to Woman’s Day magazine.
Follow this Twisted Bread Heart recipe or use any dough and follow their directions to shape it.
Any pancake recipe will do for Heart Pancakes cookie cutter or freestyle. It’s a Valentines Day recipe for breakfast in bed! And keep the cool whip handy.
Switch to the Savory Side
The dough comes out of a can, but I’m sure you can use the help from these shaping instructions for Heart Dinner Rolls.
Love is starting to look like hard work. Or at least Valentines Day treats can be.
Serve these Vegetable Skewers on the side, made with Disney magic. The hearts are carved bell pepper.
Now, stoic romantic, follow all the steps, practice, and one day you can make a mug of coffee art. Eventually. For a few minutes.
Or just buy a stack of heart-shaped bowls and forget about Valentines Day recipes. The choice is yours.