There's no sweeter way to say "Be Mine" than with this collection of Valentine's Day cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and other treats.
If your child's tongue-tied when it comes to expressing his feelings, let this microwave fudge do the talking.
B - Calling all sweetie pies! This homemade take on toaster pastries makes a lip-smacking valentine snack.
Spread some love on Valentine's Day by handing out these chocolate-filled candy canes.
Pink filling turns an old-fashioned dessert into a sweet Valentine treat.
We think your neighbors will certainly agree: These extra-chocolaty fudge hearts are best when shared. But don't forget to save a few for yourself.
Treat your family to a batch of melt-in-your-mouth valentines this February 14.
Here's an easy sugar cookie recipe with a special candy touch.
Make these outrageously delicious heart cookies for dessert on Valentine's Day or any day!
See what's in bloom with these rose cupcakes.
Customizing these candies is a snap. Just choose the nuts -- either macadamias or pecans -- then blend them with toasted coconut and the chocolate of your choice.
A plate of these very moist, rich chocolate bars won't last long after school — especially when accompanied by tall glasses of milk.
This year, butter up your sweethearts with a batch of sugar-cookie hugs and kisses. Make bite-size X's and O's for a bunch of friends or a pair or giant letters for a special sweetie.
Need a treat for a school party? Get on board with these choo-choo cupcakes.
Rose Cupcakes make a decorative and delicious sweet treat.
In honor of St. Valentine, hand some cake-decorating supplies to your kids and help them write sweet messages in icing.
Cupid's arrow hits the mark with these heart-shaped treats.
Brown sugar and honey make these Asian candies an irresistibly sweet gift, especially when they're tucked into small, colorful boxes (sold in most craft stores) or paper jewelry boxes.
What do you get when you mix graham cracker crumbs and chocolate morsels? Love at first bite. Earn brownie points with this Valentine's -- or any other day.
When Cupid invites guests over, this is the beverage he serves. For the first time ever, he has graciously agreed to share his magic recipe--which also happens to make an excellent dessert drink for Valentine's Day dinner.
This colorful new twist on a classic treat is a great gift for your child to give to anyone she's sweet on this February 14 -- or any other day!
These colorful confections make a memorable treat for Valentine's Day or any celebration.
Move over, Cupid. These edible valentines will win the heart of everyone in the family. They're also sure to be a hit as a classroom snack.
Serve some heart-shaped pancakes to kick off Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day -- or any other special day!
Show your affection this Valentine's Day with a silly snack of hot-dog hearts.
This lovely dessert is easily assembled by chilling layers of gelatin and condensed milk -- and, even sweeter, it's low-fat.
These lower-fat, bite-size chocolates make a thoughtful thank-you for your teacher at the end of the school year.
Cupcake-filled cones make the sweetest party arrangements.
Their light texture and fruity flavor make these heart-shaped scones a treat for your sweetie.
Topped with butter and jam, homemade English muffins are a real treat any day of the year--but these heart-shaped ones make a particularly unforgettable breakfast or snack for your child to make and share on Valentine's Day.
This Valentine's Day dessert gets its color from strawberries and red Jell-O®.
A sweet arrangement of candy-covered strawberry roses makes the perfect Valentine's Day gift.
This easy, no-bake treat, which combines the flavors of chocolate, cherries, and cheesecake, is the perfect way to mark National Cherry Month.
A dash of pudding mix turns a winter favorite into an extra-special treat.
Why bake a chocolate cake in a slow cooker? It's a fun novelty, and kids love the whole idea.
Turn the classic hot-chocolate treat on its head by serving up steaming mugs of this vanilla-flavored tummy warmer -- topped with dollops of chocolaty cream.
Skeptical that your kids will drink anything with tofu in it? Have them try it first without knowing what that is that makes it so creamy. With this much fruit, they'll never know the difference.
With a spoonful of jam hidden in the middle and a dusting of confectioners' sugar on top, these muffins are reminiscent of good old-fashioned jelly doughnuts.
Portable, personal, and peanut-buttery delicious, this muffin-cup brownie is perfect for lunches, bake sales, or parties. These bake even faster than the pan brownies, so, as with those, you'll want to be careful not to overbake them.
Brown sugar and vanilla give these bite-size muffins a rich flavor, while the "jewels" -- dried blueberries and cherries -- offer a delightful burst of sweetness.
Conversation Heart Fudge
Sweet Heart Pops
Sweet Cupid Cupcake
R is For Rose Basket Cupcake
Crunchy Nut Clusters
Hugs and Kisses Cookies
Be My Valentine: "I Choo-Choose You" Cupcakes
Sweetheart Valentine Cake
Cupcakes for Cupid
Crunchy Sesame Candy
Sweet Heart Brownies
Lemony Love Potion
Sweet Heart Krispie Treats
Sweet Fortune Cookies
Eat Your Heart Out
Truffles for Teacher
Flower Cupcake in a Cone
Cranberry Sweetheart Scones
English Muffin Hearts
A Hearty Dessert
Berry Sweet Bouquet
White Hot Chocolate
Chocolate Mud Cake
Pink Banana Smoothie
Peanut Butter Cup Brownies
Little Gem Mini Muffins
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