Whether you're taking treats to the classroom or making goodies for family and friends, here are sweet treats that say, "I love you".
Stupid Cupid CupcakesStrawberries look uncannily like hearts; that's why we named this recipe Stupid Cupid. Top one with a fresh strawberry or a chocolate dipped one- either way, it's a sweet way to say, "You have my heart."
Be Mine Cherry BrowniesMake these too-cute cherry brownies for your sweetheart.
Raspberry-White Chocolate Cheesecake BarsHeart-shaped cheesecakes are the way to show that special someone your love this Valentine's Day, but they're also delicious the rest of the year. Bake a batch to celebrate your sweetie today.
Sweetheart Sugar CookiesShow your sweetheart your love year-round with these cute cookies. Slip one in a child's lunchbox, beside a spouse's morning coffee, or to a much-appreciated friend. Nothing says "You're Loved!" like a heart-shaped sugar cookie.
First Kiss CupcakesAs sweet as love's first kiss, our chocolate and cherry cupcake is special. One bite and you'll fall in love, all with a cherry on top!
Lemon Butter CookiesCut this lemon-flavored sugar cookie dough into heart shapes and decorate with icing and glaze for Valentine's Day treats.
Heart-Shaped MarshmallowsGive the gift of homemade marshmallows to your loved ones for a sweet treat. Wrap the marshmallows in cellophane and pair with hot cocoa mix for a festive Valentine's Day teacher gift.
Chocolate Chip CookiesThis classic chocolate chip recipe calls for two cups of chocolate chips. Get ready for one sweet, delicious cookie. Wrap the cookies in decorative tins to share with your friends for Valentine's Day.
Chocolate-Frangelico FondueThis is pure chocolate indulgence, with a whiff of hazelnut. Keep in mind that fondue is more versatile than you may thinkit's a warm sauce to drizzle over cake, ice cream, or yogurt. Be sure to start with a high-quality chocolate for the best flavor and texture.
Mini Grilled-Cheese HeartsAt just $0.58 per serving, these mini grilled cheese sandwiches are an adorable and affordable recipe for your Valentine's Day party. Serve alongside creamy tomato soup.
Chocolate Pots de CrèmeSix ingredients are all you need to show someone you care. Make this oh-so cute recipe for Valentine's Day, or anytime you need a special dessert.
Chocolate-Dipped Hazelnut Shortbread HeartsWho can resist a heart-shaped shortbread cookie that's dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with nuts? The bonus is that you can make the dough ahead and freeze until you're ready to make the cookies.
Mocha Truffle CakeA quick spin in the food processor makes this cake's prep easy enough for a weeknight dessert for your family. Its bold chocolate flavor is so satisfying that it's unlikely you'll be able to think about seconds.
Berry Hearts with Chocolate-Orange CreamMake a Valentine version of strawberry shortcakes by cutting a cream puff dough into heart shapes. Fill the hearts with an orange-scented cream cheese mixture that's speckled with bits of chocolate.
Chocolate PaniniWarm your heart with warm melted chocolate sandwiched between buttery bread. Sprinkle with powdered sugar for a sweeter flavor.
Meringue HeartsThese airy 5-ingredient cookies makes just 4 servings so double the recipe if you're making the treats for a crowd.
Chocolate TrufflesThese cognac-kissed truffles are the ultimate Valentine's Day indulgence. Who can resist a cream-filled, liqueur-flavored chocolate candy that's lightly rolled in cocoa?
Sweetheart JamwichesMake heart-shaped pastries using refrigerated pie crust dough, then assemble sweet sandwiches by spreading a sweet cream cheese mixture and jam between the hearts. Top with a drizzle of melted white chocolate.
Crispy Chocolate HeartsCelebrate Valentine's Day with a chocolate version of classic crispy rice cereal treats. This one is extra-special because, in addition to the cereal, it has chocolate, peanut butter, and marshmallows.
Raspberry StrippersMake a basic butter cookie and fill with preserves for a colorful cookie that's great for Valentine's Day parties. Vary the color and flavor by using a different kind of fruit preserves.
Chocolate-Almond HeartsYou need only two ingredients to make these nutty, heart-shaped candies.