Monday, February 9, 2015

Sweet Sunday: Festive Valentine's Day Desserts

Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be complete without sweets for your sweeties. This year shower your little ones with love by making them an extra special homemade dessert. Whether you’ve got ten minutes or two hours to spare, we’ve got an option that your Valentines will love. Here are a few of my favorites from Susie Foresman's list over at Red Tricycle. These will make you want to eat your heart out!

Chocolate & Pink Vanilla M&Ms Bark

Get your mini chefs involved in whipping up this simple but impressive treat from Food Family & Finds—just melt some chocolate and candy melts, swirl them together, then let the littles go to town topping with sprinkles and candies and breaking it into bite-sized pieces. Click here to get the full recipe.

Deep Dish Red Velvet Cookies

Red velvet is the perfect pick for Valentine’s Day, and this recipe from Show Me the Yummy is an easy way to make your loved ones smile. It’s the perfect size for sharing, and it gets even tastier with the addition of vanilla ice cream and some chocolate syrup. To grab the recipe, click here.

Glazed Strawberry Muffins

For a lighter dessert, whip up these pretty muffins from Garnish & Glaze. With strawberries dotted throughout and a lightly sweetened glaze on top, this one is sure to be a hit with your whole crew. Click here to snag the recipe.

Raspberry Bites

If you don’t have time to break out the apron and make a dessert from scratch, no worries. Keep it simple and stress-free with this cute idea from Saucy’s Sprinkles. Just pop high-quality chocolate chips into raspberries and let your tots gobble them up. Click here for all the details.

Valentine Puppy Chow

If your kiddos are fans of classic puppy chow (AKA muddy buddies), chances are they’ll love this Valentine-themed twist on that classic snack from Whimsy & Hope. It’ll come together in ten minutes flat with red velvet cake mix, M&Ms, and chocolate. Click here for the full recipe.

White Chocolate Raspberry Mousse

Keep things a little lighter but just as festive with this delish mousse recipe from Something Swanky. It may look complicated, but it’s actually super easy to pull off using an instant pudding mix, cool whip, and some raspberries. To get the recipe, click here.

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