Consider these fudge-y, chocolate brownies the conversation heart 2.0.
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No broken hearts here: The only thing you'll be breakin' this Valentine's Day is this sweet and salty bark.
Let your heart do the talking with these jammy treats.
What you'll need: fluted cookie cutters ($5, )
Two ingredients — Twinkies and frosting — help turn a boxed snack into a festive treat for your S.O.
Chocolate is always the answer.
A heart-shaped cookie cutter, bit of food coloring and a whole lot of sprinkles take the gooey treats from blah to festive.
These oh-so-cute cupcakes are perfect for anyone who's been bitten by the love bug this year.
This recipe yields 60+ cheesecake squares (!). Bring the extras in to share with your coworkers and become the office favorite.
Spoiler: No cookie cutters are needed to make this heart-shaped cookie.
Sweeten up this holiday tradition by swapping real flowers for frosted cookies.
What you'll need: heart cookie cutter ($5, ), bamboo skewers ($4, )
This sweet 'n' salty popcorn is perfect to watch with a romantic movie.
Struggling to find a way to use your boxes (and boxes) of Conversation heart candies? Throw them into this pink candy bark!
What you'll need: double boiler ($28, )
Go ahead and call these frosted, fried donuts breakfast. It is a holiday, after all.
Tell others how much you love them with these cute homemade goodie bags packed with sweets.
The whole class will be on cloud nine after eating these fluffy homemade marshmallows.
Peanut butter and chocolate go together like ... well, you and your Valentine.
These adorable fudge bites are completely raw, vegan, and taste like a strawberry milkshake. Even the SoulCycle-obsessed mom will approve of these.
Here's an idea for someone who is better at crafting than baking: Fill sandwich bags with store-bought candies, write a punny message on heart-shaped tags and attach the note with twine.
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These gorgeous chocolate bars are made with raw maca powder (which is an aphrodisiac, if you want to "taste test" with your hubbie).
Everyone will still be talking about these three-ingredient treats on the 15th.
Forgo the boxes of conversation hearts and bake up a batch of heart-shaped cookies instead. It's what the people want.
Feel safe sending these lollies into school with the little ones. Made with just cranberry juice and gelatin, they're allergen free.
...or use a cookie cutter to transform the truffles into hearts (swoon).
If cheesecake is a Valentine's Day staple under your roof, whip up a batch of these cute, customizable mini ones.
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Enlist the kids to help you make these edible arrows. Feeling ambitious? Bake up a batch of cupcakes first, then use these as toppers.
Dress up store-bought brownie bites with homemade frosting and a handful of sprinkles. Easiest. Dessert. Ever.
If you're lucky, your Valentine may just share this jumbo marshmallow treat with you ... on second thought, you may want to make two.
To Make: Pour one batch crispy treats out onto a parchment paper-lined surface and shape into a giant heart with greased hands (ours was 15-inches wide at the top!). Decorate as desired.
These DIY truffles are way better than a box of chocolates. Start with the simple, basic recipe; then customize 'em with your sweetheart's favorite flavors.
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No need to invest in any fancy crafting supplies to put these stupid-cute candy bags together. Just cut a carrot into the shape of a heart for an instant, disposable stamp. Genius!
If your special someone isn't a chocolate lover, bake up a batch of these butterscotch blondies.
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