5 Sweet Valentine’s Day Treats

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It’s hard to believe that in less than two weeks we’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day. But we’re ready to inspire you this holiday — starting with some delightfully easy to make, homemade treats.

xoxo valentines day cookies

These XOXO cookies make the perfect baked treat for Valentine’s Day. You can even whip up a batch, package one X and one O in a cellophane bag, and call it a day! (via Hello Naomi)

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How about a Valentine’s Day breakfast idea the entire family will love? These strawberry nutella pop tarts  are pretty easy to make: just buy dough, nutella, strawberry jam and strawberries. Yum! (via The Novice Chef)

valentines day treats - heart sprinkle covered pretzels

These are your ordinary chocolate covered pretzels! Using white chocolate and heart-shaped sprinkles to coat a plain pretzel is an easy Valentine’s Day treat that anyone can make. (via Love from the Oven)

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Devil’s food chocolate cake mix cookies?! Apparently, these are the easiest cookies to make EVER. They only take 10 minutes to make and after their done, you can decorate them any way you like — in this case, with heart-shaped sprinkles and red and pink M&Ms for Valentine’s. (via Sally’s Baking Addiction)

kids valentine's day lunch snack idea

Transform an ordinary snack into an extraordinary Valentine’s Day treat! Whip up your kiddo’s favorite lunch time or snack time sandwich then jazz it up with a heart-shaped cookie cutter and some sprinkles. Seems pretty easy, right? (via Ohhh Mhhh)

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Nicole is the founder/editor of ChicCheapNursery.com and mom of a 4-year old princess. She has a B.A. in Architecture and a passion for design—nursery design to be precise!
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