I thought I would start off my post about heart-shaped Valentine food with a "non-food" item (couldn't help myself) This beautiful wreath made up of vintage Valentine's Day cards. So cute that I just had to share it! The complete tutorial is available too. You could use any kind of card, not just vintage and why couldn't you do this for the other holidays throughout the year? Head over to Creative Breathing to get all the see the photo tutorial. Now onto Valentine heart-shaped food....
Recipe by Photo to get the recipe.
Woman's Day Magazine
Love these Tuxedo Strawberries. Get all the directions over at Cafe Fernando's
Taste of Home
Okay these aren't technically heart-shaped food but they're so darn cute I had to include them. Warm Fuzzy Cake balls can be found over at Hungry Happenings
Heart-Shaped Rice Krispies dipped in chocolate makes for a treat the kids would eat up. Head over to Joy the Baker to get more info and see more pictures.
Here's a Rice Krispies treat with an added bonus....a cute little arrow. Get all the details Cookies and Cups
Valentine's Day caramel apple with candies......What child wouldn't love to receive this on Valentine's Day? Looks so festive and delicious. SOURCE LINK
You caught me again.....not heart-shaped food but I love the Chex Mix recipe and this looks even more delicious since it's a sweet variation. (I bet you could form this Chex Mix into a heart shape!) Peanut butter, M&M's, Chex and more ingredients. Simply This and That
(Cupid's Arrow made out of a Pixie Stick) but this is an edible arrow that is adorable for Valentine's Day treats for your family. Organize and Decorate Everything (Saw heart shaped candy this size at Harmon's Grocery store, the candy that they package, in back by the milk, only they were bright red like a cinnamon bear-they would be prefect for this)
Baked Heart-Shaped Chocolate Donuts with heart shaped sprinkles will make the kids happy. I don't know why kids like donuts with sprinkles so much. Everytime I bring home donuts the kids grab those first. Get the recipe over at Kirbie's Cravings
The Family Kitchen-(Babble)
Use marbled chocolate heart cups to make this dessert. Fill them with your favorite.....mousse, ice cream, lemon curd or puddingl Find out where to get these cute cups over at Home Is Where the Boat Is.
Making heart-shaped toast without a cookie cutter is super simple! The Family Kitchen-Babble
HERE to get that recipe, and head over to Once Upon a Cutting Board for all the info on the pizzas above.
E is for Eat (I'm afraid I would have to cook the yolk a little longer, other than that it looks yummy)