pink milk: take a few drops of red food coloring and add it to that glass of milk or bowl of cereal. easy peasy.
heart sandwiches: grab a heart shaped cookie cutter and use it to make a fun sandwich!
from bleu bird vintage
heart shaped grilled cheese--yum!
heart pasta: throw a little marinara sauce on there and you have the perfect v-day meal!
from eat live run
heart muffins: make heart muffins using a regular muffin tin and some marbles! simply line a tin with paper liners, then drop a marble in between the tin and liner. (balls of aluminum foil will also work.)
from muses of megret
heart bacon: preheat oven to 400. cut your bacon slices in half. use 2 pieces of the cut in half bacon and shape them into a heart on a sheet pan (make sure this pan has sides so the grease doesn’t get all over your oven!). bake for 18 – 25 minutes (or until done).
from the paper mama
heart shaped dinner rolls:
from rhodes bread
heart cinnamon rolls:
from poppies at play
use a mini heart cookie cutter to cut the pepperoni before cooking.
arrange pepperoni in a heart shape. from cute food for kids
eggs in the basket--valentine's day style.
from petite kitchenesse
You had me at "simple". Great ideas!ReplyDelete
I just packed lunches with heart shaped sandwiches and I am excited to do the egg in a basket (valentine style ) in the morning! Thanks for the good ideas :)ReplyDelete