Sure, some have labeled Valentine's Day a conspiracy by greeting card companies to get
rich while lowering the self-esteem of single women everywhere. Or
a way for candy companies to bridge the lull between the holidays
But really, it's a day to remember all the people in our lives
whom we love, and who love us. And what better way to do that than
with teddy-bear shaped Rice Krispies treats? Check out the recipes
below to make your Valentine's Day weekend extra sweet.
Valentine's Day is on a Sunday this year, so why not infuse your
family brunch with a little festive flavor? All it takes is a
little red food coloring and some imagination.
in Pink Pancakes
Positively Pink Milk
Valentine's Day Toast
This one comes from reader Vicki
Moeller: "We make the whole day red and have heart-shaped
food. We do heart-shaped pancakes and then for dinner we make
individual heart-shaped pizzas that the kids love to make by
Spaghetti and Sweet-balls
OK, they're really just meatballs. But when you're forming your
meatballs, give those cookie-cutters a try. Heart-shaped meatballs
will take your spaghetti dinner from ho-hum to heart-ily
Bear-y Happy Valentine's Day
Put a holiday twist on the classic Rice Krispies treats with
this recipe. For a healthier alternative, consider using rice cakes
instead. Go to recipe >>
Chubby Cherub Cake
Long on love but short on time? No worries. This recipe uses
store-bought pound cake, some pink cherry icing and a few sprinkles
and takes just minutes to put together. Go to recipe >>
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