Show your loved one how you feel this Valentine's Day with this incredibly romantic and terribly cute selection of love-heart meals and sweet treats
Want to show someone you care this Valentine’s Day? Why not craft them some super romantic heart-shaped food?
It doesn’t take too much effort to turn your favourite food into a heart and the look on their face when you serve it up will show it was time well spent. But just what food can you make heart-shaped?
Our collection of heart-shaped food includes sweet treats such as marshmallows, Millionaire’s shortbread, cookies, cupcakes and cakes.
Savoury treats getting the heart-shaped treatment include pizza, lasagne, salad and even toasted cheese sandwiches for that breakfast in bed surprise.
So whatever you’re planning on making for Valentine’s Day – make it heart-shaped!
First on the list are these homemade Jammy Dodger hearts are sure to get you some brownie points. Not only do they look the part, they taste great too!
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These dotty shortbread hearts are a fun way to spread the love amongst family and friends. Why not write their names on them for a personalised treat.
Get the recipe: Dotty shortbread hearts
Give breakfast in bed a bit more love with this egg florentine.
You can poach or fry your eggs in non-stick heart moulds on a frying
pan. It’s the perfect way to give that special breakfast a romantic
Loveheart millionaire’s shortbreads will make the perfect treat this Valentine’s Day. The heart-shaped shortbread biscuits sandwiched with caramel and drizzled with chocolate will make the perfect food gift.
What could be cuter than lemon heart biscuits, to show someone you care? The recipe will make 40 biscuits so you can
give them out to friends and family as well as your special someone.
These perfectly pretty heart fondant chocolate cake, with their crunchy top and gooey middle, are sure to melt anyone’s heart on Valentine’s Day.
Fiona Cairns’ pink iced heart cake must be the ultimate girly way to celebrate love. It’s also really
simple to make, so you could spend some time personalising the
decoration for whoever’s lucky enough to be sharing it with you.
How cool are these cupcakes? With a special heart-shaped piece of cake hiding inside each cupcake, these hidden heart cupcakes are one of our favourite heart-shaped foods.
These Valentine’s cookie lollies are an original way to present your favourite biscuits. You could even
send the kids to school with them to give out to their friends.
Follow this Victoria Threader recipe to make Valentine’s cupcakes. The simple-to-follow instructions include an impressive gingham cake topper.
Surprise your loved one with this secret hidden heart loaf cake. They’ll just think it’s a normal loaf cake and then ta-dah! A hidden heart will appear.
Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than breakfast in bed. Treat your other half to breakfast in bed, heart shaped with this egg in a heart frame recipe. It’s a really simple idea that he/she will love.
These almost too-good-to-eat two-tone heart biscuits from Mary Berry are
surprisingly simple to make. They will also certainly impress your
loved ones and they taste just as good as they look.
This Woman’s Weekly recipe for a hearty Smartie chocolate cake hearty
Smartie cake is the perfect treat to make with your kids, and to show
the man in your life how much you all care on Valentine’s Day.
If you love making cakes for special occasions it’s time to roll up your sleeves and make one for Valentine’s Day this year. Top it with these personalised heart cake decorations. Follow our step-by-step recipe to make your own.
Show your loved one how much you care by making them a batch of these sweet and simple biscuits. Decorate with icing and write your own personal message in hearts.
These simply delicious cheesecake will make an ideal dessert on Valentine’s Day, plus they only take 15
mins to prepare and will make 4 individual hearts, so plenty for
These pistachio and raspberry merginue love hearts will make an ideal Valentine’s Day dessert for 2. They’re the perfect dish to let know someone know how much you care.
Chocolate cherry kirsch hearts will make the perfect Valentine’s Day dessert and the addition of the alcohol give them a real kick.
With Easter just around the corner you’ll spot more and more Creme Egg making their way onto the supermarket shelves – they’re not just for Easter though. Make this sweet Creme Egg filled basket.
Valentine’s strawberry salad will make an original and tasty change for Valentine’s Day – give it a try, the fruit and cheese combination really works.
These romantic chocolate hearts will make the perfect sweet morsel on Valentine’s Day for a special
someone. What could be more lovely than these French-style delicacies?
This recipe will make 4 tomato tarts Valentino. The delicate puff pastry topped with rich tomato sauce and delicious
mozzarella is sure to guarantee that you’ll win someone’s love.