All you need a good heart cookie cutter (compare prices) or some basic clay-forming skills to turn ordinary foods into fun heart-shaped Valentine's Day food. These are recipes you can either make with the kids or for the kids. Some even make great food for school Valentine's Day parties. Try them all!
All you need is a small heart-shaped cookie cutter to make this kid-pleasing Valentine breakfast recipe. I like to grill the cutout heart bread piece, too. Yummy!
These adorable mini meatloaves are formed with large, heart shaped Valentine cookie cutters (compare prices). A ketchup glaze is the perfect topping for these adorable Valentine meatloaves.
These sugar cookies are cut into heart shapes, then topped with chocolate hearts, making them the ideal treats for school Valentine's Day parties. Look for small chocolate candy hearts in your local supermarket in early February.
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These chocolate flavored rice crispy treats are shaped into hearts (a thicker, comfort grip style cookie cutter works best with this recipe), then topped with melted white chocolate and a drizzle of semisweet or dark chocolate. The effect is spectacular and the taste is amazing.
These heart-shaped peanut butter bar cookies taste like homemade peanut butter cups. And with only five ingredients, the recipe is super simple. Use small heart cookie cutters for these bars - they're rich.
Any rolled cookie can be turned into heart-shaped Valentine food, but these chocolate sugar cookies are especially suited to the job. Tender and sweet, but not overly sweet, they are perfect for decorating. I like to dip these cookies in melted chocolate or pink candy melts (available at most craft stores, such as Michael's) and top with red, white and pink sprinkles.