4 Naturally Pink Treats for Valentine's Day

Think Pink Treats Raspberry Gingersnap Cheesecake Bars
Dane Tashima
Not in love with artificial red food coloring? You can still make sweet and festive Valentine’s Day treats with our easy DIY dye.
Dane Tashima
Dane Tashima

Homemade Pink Food Coloring

Stir this all-natural dye into yogurt, whipped cream, or frosting a teaspoon at a time to reach your desired color. Try it out with the following recipes!

Not in love with artificial food dye? Try this homemade pink coloring made with raspberries.

Dane Tashima
Dane Tashima

Cupid’s Cloud Parfait

The secret ingredient in this dreamy dessert is crème fraîche. Plain whole-milk Greek yogurt is a tasty alternative.

Make these adorable mini-pies for someone sweet in your life! They're filled with delicious raspberry jam and baked until perfectly golden brown.

Dane Tashima
Dane Tashima

Sweetheart Tarts

Store-bought dough makes these treats even easier than pie. Plus, any red jam would be delicious here. (We like raspberry, strawberry, or cherry.)

It's festive frozen yogurt you can take on the go! This bark recipe is fruity and refreshing, with an added pink tint for Valentine's Day.

Dane Tashima
Dane Tashima

“Be Mine” Fro-Yo Bark

This better-for-you treat is at its creamy best when made with whole-milk yogurt. Eat up or re-freeze quickly, since they melt fast.

This yummy recipe uses crushed ginger snaps instead of graham crackers for the crust and is topped with creamy raspberry cheesecake.

Dane Tashima
Dane Tashima

Raspberry-Gingersnap Cheesecake Bars

Keep these no-bake, make-ahead treats chilled until you serve them.

Tip: You can swap in 10 whole graham cracker sheets for the gingersnaps. 

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