Easy Valentine’s Day Treats

We all know that sugar is the real way to the heart.

Spicy Chocolate Bark with Chipotle Almonds
(Photo: Foodie Crush)
Who says Valentine’s Day can’t have some spice? This museum-worthy almond bark will certainly add some kick to your day. Get the full recipe at Foodie Crush.

Love Bug Cupcakes
(Photo: Carrie Sellman/The Cake Blog)
These adorable critters by Carrie Sellman of The Cake Blog will steal everyone’s heart. Get the full recipe here.
Red Velvet Popcorn
(Photo: Sarah Khandjian/Sarah Hearts)
Change it up a bit by treating your Valentine with Sarah Khandjian’s sweet and salty Red Velvet Popcorn, just be sure to pack some napkins! Get the full recipe at Sarah’s blog, Sarah Hearts.
Sweetheart Cherry Pies
(Photo: Sarah/Cake Student)
25 minutes and five ingredients later, you have mini heart pastries that look bakery fresh. Get the full recipe at food blog, Cake Student.
Two-Ingredient Strawberry Fudge
(Photo: Cookies & Cups)
Nothing is prettier in pink than strawberry fudge. Get the full recipe from Cookies & Cups.
Oreo Cheesecake Cookies
(Photo: Kellie Tate/Nest of Posies)
“I hate Oreos,” said no one, ever. Kellie Tate of Nest of Posies followed a basic Oreo cheesecake cookie recipe and simply added some red food coloring to make it V-Day ready. The pink milk is an added bonus! Get the recipe here.
Heart-shaped Rice Krispie Treat Pops
(Photo: Melissa Lennig/Pint-sized Treasures)
Rice Krispie Treats never fail as an easy-to-make treat. Put a twist on the classic square by using heart-shaped cookie cutters and food coloring. Get the recipe here.
Valentine Play Dough Cookie Pops
(Photo: Amanda Formaro, Amanda’s Cookin’)