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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

I ♥ Easy Valentine's Day Ideas

I thought it might be fun to do a quick round-up of Easy Valentine's Day Ideas from the archives. Let's start off with something chocolate... shall we?:@) I made some Maraschino Cherry Five Minute Fudge using heart shaped cookie cutters and these Fudge Balls were rolled with the leftover fudge.

Deviled Eggs with Red Bell Pepper Hearts are a great treat. Free hand the hearts, no special cutters needed.

I hear Florida strawberries are starting to come into season, these No Bake Cheesecake Strawberries are always a fun idea.

Cherry On Top Bar Cookies look pretty served with a dusting of powdered sugar and bake up quickly.

These Crochet Hearts whip up in no time, I made a bag for Barbie but they would make really cute ornaments or garland too.

And most importantly, no matter how you choose to celebrate Valentine's Day, I'd like to suggest one thing...
be sure to treat yourself to some pretty flowers!

21 comments:

  1. Thanks for the delicious round up Lynn! I'll help myself to some eggs, strawberries and fudge... how's that for a balanced breakfast? :)

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  2. I remember copying your deviled eggs with the red pepper hearts a few year's ago!! Alas, any fudge I make has to be eaten with a spoon.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  3. Great ideas, Lynn! The little fudge balls with the hearts are adorable! I'll be making the Pioneer Woman's chocolate cut out heart cookies and a cherry pie. :)

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  4. ooh, the cherry-on-top thingy looked SO good!

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  5. Great round-up Lynn. I take a couple of cheesecake strawberries and a few deviled eggs with those cute red hearts and call it lunch. Life's short. East dessert first :)
    Sam

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  6. So many festive and fun ideas for Valentines!!

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  7. I'm so glad you did a review, because the only one I remembered was the eggs...all the others are new to me!! I am craving those cherry bars right this minute & my printer is going, too. Thanks Lynn...you always come up with the best ideas. :)

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  8. Enjoyed the delicious and fun Valentines roundup. xo

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  9. The strawberries look awesome, Lynn, save some for me! I don't know how you crocheted a heart for Barbie, I can't even crochet a circle, so sad, but that is too cute! Your fudge looks like it's from a shop! And I swear I can smell that cherry on top thing baking :)
    Jenna

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  10. Bill would go for the deviled eggs and I'd eat a bite of all the sweets (then go back for seconds!).

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  11. Now how come with all the sweets the eggs are what I want? Such good ideas for such a fun holiday. Keep 'em comin'.

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  12. Lovin' all your great hints here...especially the strawberries...ummmm

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  13. You are so creative.thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  14. Great ideas and I always love to see your three dancing pigs decked out for the holidays :)

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  15. Great roundup, Lynn. I'll have a few of those yummy strawberries. Thank you very much!

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  16. I clicked on your blog because of the name and I'm glad I did!

    I'll be making those deviled eggs, for sure :)

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  17. Craving those deviled eggs now...a whole plate just for me. :)

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  18. Mmmm all the recipe ideas for ❤️ Day are wonderful, Lynn. I'm craving those fudge blasts with the hearts and the filled strawberries. I think I'll take your advice and buy myself some flowers.

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  19. I love all your Valentine Ideas, those eggs are adorable! Hope you are having a great week and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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