10+ ideas for Valentine treats

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Make a special something for your Valentine this year.

Teresa Floyd’s beautiful Strawberry & White Chocolate Sablé Hearts are to-die-for. Who wouldn’t want to be the recipient of these delicious looking treats? Every single one of Teresa’s recipes looks divine – check out her entire website Now, Forager. You’ll be salivating.

We’re loving John Kanell’s cute Valentine Cookies. No need for icing – the sugary stripes make these cookies pop! A super clever idea.

Want something a little more healthier? Try Ashton Swanks fine-looking Chocolate Covered Apple Slices. Great for the kids’ lunch boxes – or for a tasty snack for work.

Leah’s Rice Krispie Valentine Hearts are sort of healthy, right? They have cereal in them, after all, which sure cancels out the sugar! Whether you choose to believe that or not, they are worth checking.

Another healthy snack that’s great for the kids’ lunch does. All you need is a heart-shaped cookie cutter and some ice block sticks. And a watermelon, of course.

If you love meringues you’ll love these Love Heart Meringues from In The Playroom. We do!

Here’s a super idea for making a Valentine’s Day Strawberry Cake Roll, which can be found over at Tara Teaspoon. Tara also includes a handy video to see how it’s done.

How cute are these Cherry Tomato Hearts from Eye Candy?

Wow! We’re loving this classy White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake by Jaclyn over at Cooking Classy. Even if you don’t like white chocolate, you could make your favourite cheesecake and follow Jacklyn’s technique for making the hearts.

These simple and healthy Valentine’s Treats have just two ingredients: strawberries and yoghurt. The only tool you need is a freezer!

Try our own Valentine’s Day Cherry Pie – super simple to make and delicious too.

Need a Valentine’s Day gift card? Click here for free printables.

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