What’s the Project? These Valentine’s Day treats are as cute and festive as they are delicious! You’ll want to celebrate all month long…just for the treats!
I love treats any time of year, but there’s something extra fun about making them special for Valentine’s Day isn’t there? Sprinkles, pink frosting, heart shapes? Oh, don’t forget the chocolate. I genuinely love all the cute ideas that come with celebrating Valentine’s Day and the treats are just the icing on the cake (pun intended).
Valentine’s Day treats are just too much fun—I think I better start baking and eating them now so that I have time to fit them all in. Here are a bunch of ideas that you can make this year from fun and cute for the kids like sugar cookies and sprinkles, to romantic and decadent like red velvet cake and cheesecake, or fun things you could take to neighbors or friends like brownies or a slice of cake. Get ready to drool!
Before we look at the Valentine’s Day desserts, here are some other Valentine’s themed ideas that I think you might love:
- Valentine’s Bingo game that is free to print and play
- Valentine’s coloring pages for the kids
- A fun Valentine’s breakfast to make for the little ones
But now let’s take a look at these baking ideas and recipes for the day of love.
25 Valentine’s Day Treats That You’re going to Love:
This cheesecake seems like the absolute epitome of Valentine’s Day to me! Cheesecake meets fresh strawberries covered in chocolate? And with chocolate ganache on top? It’s almost too pretty to eat!
There is hardly a better flavor to me than cherry chip, so these cake mix cookies made with frosting in the middle are a dream! Cherry Chip Cookies:
I’m a major sucker for cazookies (also known as pizookies or skillet cookies), plus, they make a great romantic dessert and something great to share. These chocolate chip skillet cookies look amazing!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundaes for Two:
Here’s a creative spin on an old class. Make a cookie cake!
Nothing beats the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. What is it about those two ingredients? They are a match made in heaven, so they make a perfect Valentine’s Day treat.
Or here’s a fun Valentine’s spin on that! Red Velvet Cookies:
I think my boys would die if I made these decadent cinnamon rolls for Valentine’s breakfast. Don’t they look amazing?! (Just use hearts instead of the pink ribbons.)
I know that not everyone is a fan of those little sweetheart candy hearts, but I LOVE them, plus they are adorable, so how cute is this cake?
Another great spin on an old classic, take a red velvet cake but put ice cream in it! Yum!
I’ve got to do one more cherry chip one. I just can’t resist! It’s too good.
If you like your treats spicy, this popcorn is going to be a fav!
I love how these striped sugar cookies look so fun! And simple to make too.
And here’s another beautiful cheesecake. Plus that layer of chocolate crust on the bottom looks AMAZING!
Or try these absolutely adorable cookies! Just an upside-down heart with a face, eyes, and decorated with chocolate chips.
I love a good whoopie pie! These could be fun to share with friends!
Or maybe make brownies in heart-shaped with buttercream frosting in the middle?
Heart Brownies with Raspberry Frosting:
Hope you like red velvet, because I’ve suggested a lot of them, but it’s so Valentine’s-y!
Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting:
Here’s a super simple one—Valentine’s caramel pretzel bites. I love these things and they are SO easy to make! And you can eat them in one bite.
How about some chocolate fondue! It’s actually pretty easy to do at home. You just have to melt chocolate and add a few things and then gather some items to dip.
These shortbread bites seem like fun!
Let’s get baking! Don’t these fun Valentine’s desserts look amazing? Who are you going to make them for?
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What a big surprise! This is the best collection of valentine treats I’ve ever read! That Nutella Cheesecake looks mouth-watering. The Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundaes are perfect for our date and everything else are just really yummy!
Thank you for featuring my red velvet krispie treats!