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10 ways to serve a heart

10 ways to serve a heart

Tis’ the season for smooches and hearts – and serving them up on a platter is a sure way to sweeten up anyone’s day. It’s a fact that all foods (like these sugar cookies) just seem better in heart form this time of year! Here are 10 of my favorite ways to serve up sweet hearts to your sweetheart:

heart shaped waffles

I’d love to wake up to these heart shaped waffles everyday.

Tea Bag Valentines

Heart shaped tea bags bring the sweetness right into my cup.

10 ways to serve  heart | Apple Heart

An apple heart in my kid’s lunch will remind them how sweet they are to me.

Valentines Ice Cream Sandwiches

Hearts in ice cream form, with easy molds that anyone can use.

Conversation Heart Cake

Saying sweet nothings on a dessert is a cinch when covering it with conversation hearts, get the recipe here.

strawberry pink milk cubes

Sweeten up drinks with these forever favorite, strawberry pink milk cubes.

heart shaped carrots

Heart shaped carrots! Aren’t you just dying to put these in a big pot of chicken noodle soup?

jelly heart cookies

Sweet looking jelly filled heart cookies would be a perfect treat to bring to the office next week.

heart churros

And lastly, hearts in churro form – which might be the best form I’ve ever them seen!

And that’s not all, the beautiful internet has come up with so many amazing ways to serve up hearts this year. Check out my most recent Foodie gallery to see even more ideas – each recipe will add sweetness to your dishes in more ways than one.

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8 Comments

  • Ckah
    January 31, 2014 at 10:12 am

    So so cute!! Love me some hearts! Thanks for the inspiration

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  • Sarah
    February 1, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    Those milk cubes are a great idea!

    Sarah
    aroseinthecity0.blogspot.com

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  • Elba Valverde
    February 1, 2014 at 1:22 pm

    I wish I was better at baking, those heart shaped cookies would be adorable with a cup of coffee on Valentine’s day morning.

    Reply
  • Traci
    February 1, 2014 at 5:26 pm

    How fun would it be to have a day eating only heart-shaped foods? I used to get a heart-shaped pizza on Valentine’s Day with my old roommate in Chicago from a local place. (Deep dish!) Thanks for bringing back that memory.

    Reply
  • Annie
    February 2, 2014 at 12:47 am

    Yum, the heart shaped waffles look amazing! Pity my husband doesn’t like waffles :O

    Reply
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