4 Naturally Pink Treats for Valentine's Day

Not in love with artificial red food coloring? You can still make sweet and festive Valentine’s Day treats with our easy DIY dye.

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Homemade Pink Food Coloring

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!

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Homemade Pink Food Coloring

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Cupid’s Cloud Parfait

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.

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Sweetheart Tarts

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Sweetheart Tarts

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.)

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Fro-Yo Bark

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“Be Mine” Fro-Yo Bark

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“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.

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Raspberry-Cheesecake Gingersnap Bars

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Raspberry-Gingersnap Cheesecake Bars

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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