Say 'I love you' this Valentine's Day with these weird and wonderful heart-shaped edibles

Forget the card, clichéd poem and dozen red roses. For originality this Valentine's Day, it's all about the heart-shaped treats.

 

1. Swap the bellies of these heart-shaped biccies for a fun two-tone effect.

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2. Turn frankfurters into mini Cupid's arrows...

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Frankfurter hearts

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3. Prep heart-shaped cinnamon rolls a day ahead and keep covered in the fridge ready to bake for the family on Valentine's morning.

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Heart-shaped cinnamon rolls

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4. Make crunchy 'n' chewy rice krispy cakes and dip in melted dark chocolate.

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'I heart you' rice crispy cakes

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5. As these clever little ice cubes melt, they slowly turn your milk pink ... *swoon*!

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milk heart cubes

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6. One if you or your Valentine are gluten-free (or just love sesame seeds!). These heart-shaped sesame snaps are eggless, sugarless and flourless, too.

 

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Honey Sesame snaps

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7. Make a "full English" of these toast egg cups by serving them with black pudding, beans and good-old hash browns.

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Heart-shaped toast cups

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8. Pop their favourite sweeties into these brownie treasure boxes and seal with chocolate sauce. They're less of a faff to make than you might think – thanks to a packet of cake mix.

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Heart-shaped brownie treasure box

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9. Make the ordinary extraordinary with a bunch of carrots and some nifty knife skills.

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Heart-shaped carrot slices

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10. When an ordinary cake won't cut it, sandwich these extra-fudgy brownies with fresh raspberry buttercream.

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Fudgy Brownie Hearts with Fresh Raspberry Buttercream

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11. One for the minimalist – well, sometimes simple is best.

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Heart-shaped strawberries

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12. Homemade pop tarts. Sprinkle on some edible heart-shaped confetti and they'll knock your Valentine's socks off.

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Homemade pop tarts

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13. Love heart cookie bracelets ... a great deal cheaper and sweeter, than what you'll get in Tiffany...

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Heart-shaped cookie bracelets

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14. You'll need the patience of a saint to make these stylish crisps ... but they're definitely worth it. And gluten-free.

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Heart-shaped crisps

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15. Heart-shaped sugar lumps will make their morning cuppa taste even sweeter.

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Heart-Shaped Sugar lumps

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16. And while we can't say these honey, green tea sandwich cookies are healthy, they are very scrummy and definitely green!

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Honey green tea sandwich cookies

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17. Perfect if your loved one loves pizza. And let's face it, who doesn't.

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Heart-shaped pizzas

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18. The colour of these tangy heart-shaped cranberry bars is all natural...  plus, you can eat the trimmings as you cut them out!

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(Heart Shaped) Cranberry Bars

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19. Have you ever tried this with bacon before?

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Bacon hearts

 

20. Made with red wine, corn syrup and sugar, finish these grown-up lollipops with a dusting of gold lustre powder.

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Red wine lollipops

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21. Or, pipe French meringues into hearts before baking. Once cooked and cooled, serve with fresh berries. C'est magnifique!

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Heart-shaped meringues

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22. And if you really like a challenge – heart-shaped sushi. Watch the video and give it a go... if you're feeling brave.

Via SheKnows