14 Edible Valentines for Your Sweetheart

cherry pie pops
Leah Maroney

Looking for a fun, edible gift for Valentine's Day? Look no further! Whether you are seeking a quick and easy recipe for your child's classroom swap, or you want to surprise your sweetheart with some sugar, we have rounded up 14 of our favorite adorable, edible Valentines.

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    Leah Maroney

     White Chocolate Thin Mints are a beautiful and festive take on the classic Girl Scout Cookie. A very simple chocolate cookie recipe is coated in the easiest white chocolate frosting. A few colored sprinkles make them super special for your Valentine!

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    cherry pie pops
    Leah Maroney

    Sweet Heart Cherry Pie Pops are the fun and creative take on the traditional pie. Delightfully small and placed on a stick, they can easily be wrapped in cellophane bags for the perfect Valentine treat. What makes them even better is that you can use store-bought pie crust and pie filling if you need to make these on the fly. If you're looking for something fast, with very little prep, these are a surefire winner!

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    Dark Chocolate Truffles
    ​Elizabeth LaBau

    Valentine's Day Truffles are a romantic way to show your love this year.  Add quick charm with a few dainty heart sprinkles and wrap them in a sweet little box. 

    If you want to play around, you can easily switch up this recipe with white chocolate or other flavors!

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    hot chocolate doughnuts
    Leah Maroney

    Hot Chocolate Mini Doughnuts are so decadent and adorable! They are actually made with hot chocolate mix and are covered in not one, but TWO frostings! They are the perfect, indulgent edible Valentine that you can share with your hunny!

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    Raspberry Nutella Hearts
    Leah Maroney

    Raspberry and Nutella Puff Pastry Hearts are one of our favorite edible Valentines out there! They could not be easier to put together. A simple, frozen puff pastry dough and some delicious hazelnut spread are basically all you need for these sweet treats! 

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    Elizabeth LaBau

    Ever been disappointed with the little sayings on the conversation hearts? Try making your own Homemade Conversation Hearts instead! It's a great way to customize your candy with your own sweet -or naughty- personalized sayings to charm your loved one! 

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    Raspberry Toaster Strudel
    Leah Maroney

    Surprise your Valentine with a sweet and homemade breakfast treat! Raspberry Toaster Strudel Hearts are an adorable and tastier version of the store-bought variety.

    Want to use these for the kiddos? Wrap them up with a cute bow for a sweet school Valentine!

  • 08 of 14
    sweet heart cinnamon rolls
    Leah Maroney

    What's sweeter than homemade cinnamon rolls? Heart shaped ones, of course! Sweet Heart Cinnamon Rolls are easy to put together (Hint, hint...Use pre-made ones!) on Valentine's Day morning and will definitely impress your hunny. Put a few extra heart sprinkles on and tie them up in a little bag for an adorable, edible, on-the-go Valentine.

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  • 09 of 14
    Leah Maroney

    White Chocolate Pretzel Hearts are only THREE ingredients!  Yes, that's correct...THREE! And they require basically no cooking (only a microwave!). Talk about an easy and perfect last-minute edible Valentine. You and your child can make these in under thirty minutes and have them all wrapped up before the big Valentine swap! 

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    Elizabeth LaBau

    Conversation Heart Sugar Cookies are a cute spin on the traditional candy. A delicious sugar cookie recipe topped with homemade royal icing and an easy edible decorating pen does all of the writing! You can choose your own sayings and personalize them to your heart's content!

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    Elizabeth LaBau

    What is better than chocolate and strawberries on Valentine's Day? Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry Hearts are simple and scrumptious. And you can probably even call them somewhat healthy because it's basically just fruit, right?

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    Elizabeth LaBau

    Chocolate Heart Pops are a cute and kid-friendly recipe, so your little ones can join in on the fun! You need some adorable little heart molds and lollipop sticks, but other than that, it's just chocolate and a whole lot of fun! 

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    Elizabeth LaBau

    Beautiful White Chocolate Cherry Hearts have the classic Valentine colors and are super simple to make. If you aren't a white chocolate fan, you can always use milk chocolate or dark chocolate! 

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    Rice Krispie Sprinkle Bites
    Leah Maroney

    Sprinkle these adorable Rice Krispie Sprinkle Bites with some beautiful Valentine's Day sprinkles (or just some red or pink sanding sugar!). They are the ideal treat for your child's classroom Valentine swap, because your little one can help you make them, they are virtually allergen free, and they don't spoil easily!