If there's anything that makes our heart flutter (besides our S.O.), it's anything that's shaped in cutesy heart form. Valentine's Day is the perfect excuse to let your imagination run wild and turn anything and everything — pizza, cookies, even breakfast classics — into adorable heart-shaped treats.
If you're pressed for time, use store-bought ingredients to make these chocolatey treats taste as good as homemade.
Because true love is like finding a diamond in the rough. Watch this video to learn how to make these gorgeous geode cookies, and then gift them to the gem in your life.
Fresh flowers lose their sparkle over time. Cookies, on the other hand, just get better and better ... until they're gone.
What you'll need: bamboo skewers ($4, )
Pop a cookie on a stick and drizzle it with the good stuff (a.k.a. lots and lots of chocolate).
A Hallmark movie + a salty snack (and maybe a cookie or two) = the perfect date night.
Top this heart-shaped cake with your favorite (or your beau's favorite) chocolates.
That Nutella drizzle, though.
Hey crafty folks, try your hand at these rosy treats!
Um, why have we never thought of this?!
There's nothing that a layer of sugary sprinkles can't fix.
This easy, no-cook Valentine's Day treat is a staple at children's parties in Australia and New Zealand — and we can see why!
There's nothing cheesy about playing to your romantic side. Serve these goat cheese balls with crackers and bubbly on the big night.
That's amore! Individual heart-shaped pizzas are a great way to celebrate Valentine's day with the whole family.
This year, make your very own Toaster Strudel with the jam of your choosing.
These three-ingredient (!!) doughnuts will be ready before your sweetheart even gets out of bed.