Three weeks! That’s how much time you have to nail down the treats you be making for your sweets this Valentine’s Day. I gathered some delicious Valentine’s Day treats and sweets from around the web…you might need to give your New Year’s Resolution diet a few days off.
And make sure you download the Valentine’s Day gift tags to attach to these sweet treats.
I’ve never been a huge cheesecake fan…in fact, it is one of those desserts (long with M&Ms and Milky Ways) that could sit on my counters for a week and I wouldn’t be tempted to partake. BUT, that was before!
In case you want to make your sweet treat a tad healthier, Natalie’s Fudgy Cocoa Pomegranate Brownies need to find their way to your recipe book.
OK, it’s that cheesecake thing again…Filling strawberries with ricotta cheesecake sounds pretty darn simple and delicious.
These shortbread cookies with jam or Nutella with a strawberry on top are fantastic! Shortbread is just so versatile!
You can’t go wrong with Truffles! And this recipe gives you 3 different options for the flavor of the filling.
I am a sucker for Macarons and these Strawberry Macarons by Living Sweet Moments look perfect! I haven’t ventured into making macrons yet, but these may be the first
My girlfriend Sherry, at the Savvy Apron, has perfected Tootsie Roll Art. You say you’ve never heard of Tootsie Roll Art? Well, take a look at the decorations on her cupcakes and tell me those aren’t little works of art!
No argument here, in my book chocolate is ALWAYS better with a little fruit. And chocolate-covered cherries have been a favorite of mine for years. With Carol’s recipe, you can have your Chocolate Covered Cherries Cake and eat it too!
And for an easy twist on chocolate Christmas Bark, how about some Valentine’s Day bark…
Pin this to your Valentine’s Day board…
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That’s it for today my friends and thanks for stopping by to visit. I appreciate you more than you’ll ever know. And when you leave a comment…ah, it makes my heart sing!
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