Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

posted on January 14, 2010 by  |  posted under Desserts, Recipes, Valentine's Day  |  11 Comments

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

I can’t wait to try these!

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This makes a plain cupcake look appetizing!  Candy Cane Hearts from Skip To My Lou

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cake pops from little birdie secrets

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My hubby LOVES cheesecake – I will be trying this one!  Miniature Heart Sweets from Skip to my Lou.

Conversation Heart Fudge

Conversation heart fudge from Family Fun

cupids cups

Cupid’s Cups from Kraft Canada


Red Velvet Trifle from Hostess Jo


homeade oreos

These are DIVINE!  Every now and again I cheat on Rice Krispies and go with Homemade Oreos.  My good friend makes my day when she brings these over (you know who you are and I think it has been a while – hint, hint).  Find them at One More Moore.

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Cookie Jam Filled Hearts from The Project Girl

Cherry-Walnut Balls

Cherry Walnut Balls from Better Homes and Garden

White-Chocolate Cherry Shortbread

White-Chocolate Cherry Shortbread from Better Homes and Gardens

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

Strawberry Valentine Cookies from Taste of Home

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

Adorable Heart Cookies from Annie’s Eats

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

I love this idea from Woman’s Day – so creative!

Hugs and Kisses Cookies

Hugs & Kisses from Family Fun

Peanutty Valentine Cookies

Peanut Butter Valentine Cookies from Very Best Baking

And now package your yummy treats in something festive

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

An altered tin from little birdie secrets


a wee valentine box for small treats from craftzine

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

put the treats in a can or canister from: Hostess Jo

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

Put your cookie in a CD sleeve!  Good idea from Norththreads


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Think of all the loved ones you want to give something sweet to…

now you know what to give them!

You’re Welcome.

Yummy Valentine Treat Ideas

Other Valentine”s Love: 16 Valentines decorating Ideas and Easy Valentines Banner

    1. January 14th, 2010 at 10:29 am
      Shelley says:
      {drool} how do you decide which ones to make!? ;)
    2. January 14th, 2010 at 4:34 pm
      Mindy says:
      Those jam cookies look amazing!
    3. January 14th, 2010 at 4:57 pm
      Carrie says:
      Awesome!I love valentines day and what better way to get over these cold weather blues,warm hearts!
    4. January 14th, 2010 at 6:05 pm
      Nesleirbag says:
      What an amazing array of yummy-looking Valentine treats! You do such a wonderful job of finding what's out there and passing it along! What a great blog!
    5. January 14th, 2010 at 7:30 pm
      Mimi says:
      Wow, they all look so yummy....
    6. January 14th, 2010 at 11:02 pm
      valerie says:
      What yummy finds! I have added this to my Valentine's Day Round Up at thecraftersfilebox.com.

      Thanks so much for sharing!
    7. January 15th, 2010 at 3:59 pm
      Margot says:
      There is something for everyone on this scrumptious looking post. Since I can't pick among these gorgeous goodies, maybe I will let them choose instead. It will take out the element of surprise, but at least they will like their gift :)
      Thanks for such a wealth of ideas for me to make my loved ones.
    8. January 15th, 2010 at 9:42 pm
      Mrs. Jen B says:
      I already make peanut butter cookies like the ones you have posted above, only with regular pb cups, at Christmas. Great idea with the heart candies - thanks for posting the pic and link! Now I can take an easy and much-loved recipe and make it do double duty. Awesome!
    9. January 25th, 2010 at 3:43 pm
      Annie Byers says:
      I am going to make the rice crispy treats and im gonna make them with the strawberry marshmellows they have out right now!
    10. February 24th, 2010 at 4:18 pm
      CarrieJ says:
      I tried the rice krispies heart. The kids loved them, but I was getting a little anxious over them not hardening enough for the sticks to stay put. Not sure what I was doing wrong. Followed the rice krispies recipe exactly, but they wouldn't set up to where I could easily cut them with the cookie cutters and insert the sticks. They kept drooping over. But I refrigerated them and even though they weren't as firm as I'd have liked them to be, they stood up until they got to school. Then I had anxiety over the chocolate. I didn't have chocolate melts so I figured I'd just use nestle morsels. They melted fine and hardened just fine, but it was too thick to dip. So I ended up just doing chocolate stripes. Next time, I'll get the melts.
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