Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

Show your affection this Valentine's Day with these creative, heartfelt recipes. From breakfast to lunch, and dinner to dessert, every meal on February 14 is a chance to show your kids how much you love them.

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Jammie Sammie

Tara Donne

Jammie Sammie

A simple cookie cutter transforms a plain-Jane PB&J into a holiday-worthy lunch. Use whichever jam your little sweetie likes best -- strawberry, grape, or peach all look pretty.

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Jammie Sammie

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Sweetie Pie

Tara Donne

Sweetie Pie

Use store-bought pizza dough for a heart-shaped supper that will please the whole family. Add a simple green salad and dinner is served.

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Sweetheart Yogurt

Tara Donne

Sweetheart Yogurt

This simple breakfast proves that special holiday meals don't need to be elaborate. Just sweeten some plain yogurt with honey, sprinkle on the granola in a heart shape, and expect big smiles at the breakfast table.

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Heart-Boiled Eggs

Tara Donne

Heart-Boiled Eggs

To make these adorable eggs you'll need an egg carton, a chopstick, a rubber band, and four pieces of thin cardboard folded into V-shapes. For easier peeling, make sure to boil eggs that are a week old. Once they're finished cooking, dunk the eggs in cold water and peel them quickly while they're still warm.

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How to Make Heart-Shaped Eggs

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"Fond of You" Chocolate Fondue

Tara Donne

"Fond of You" Chocolate Fondue

Everything is better when it's dipped in chocolate, even already-adorable heart-shaped fruit and pound cake.

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Jellie Hearts

Tara Donne

Jellie Hearts

With just two ingredients you'll have a fun, healthy treat for Valentine's Day or anytime. For a creamy color, add a few tablespoons of vanilla-flavored Greek yogurt to the cooled gelatin mixture.

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How to Make Waffle Heart Sandwiches