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Easy Valentine’s Treats to Make

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Easy Valentine’s Treats to Make

Vicki Zhang, Staff

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As Valentine’s day approach us, people start scrambling to find the perfect gift for their bae. There are many options. such as flowers and chocolate, but homemade treats display your love from the heart through the hard work of making them. Here are some easy but tasty treats to make for your sweetheart this Valentine’s day.  

Valentine Bark (15 minutes for 10 servings)
Chocolate bark is one of the easiest sweet treats you can make. With some Valentine’s design on top, it would make the perfect treat for your loved ones. Chomp chomp chomp… The crunchiness of the savory chocolate bark is irresistible.  

Heart-Shaped Krispy Treats (40 minutes for 24 bars)
This crispy, sweet, and sticky treat is loved by many people. It is easy and quick to make. All you need are some rice krispy cereal and marshmallows, and voila! You can give these tiny and cute treats to kids as well.  

Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels (15 minutes for 24 pretzels)
The combination of sweet and salty creates harmony in these delicious chocolate-dipped pretzels. It is very enjoyable to decorate them and easy to make. As you bite into the pretzel, the tasty chocolate melts in your mouth. Yum…  

Valentine’s Jam Tarts (57 minutes for 6-9 tarts)
A mouth-watering treat that can be eaten with tea. It is a beautiful pastry filled with the jam of your choice. The sweet jam within the buttery biscuit gives the treat a sugary boost to energize and make a person’s day.   

Heart-Shaped Scone (40 minutes for 12 scones)
Moist and soft inside with a bit of crisp outside, this treat is perfect for a savory breakfast for a lazy morning. Get your Valentine’s day started on a sweet note with a batch of fluffy scones!  

Red Velvet Milk Shake (5 minutes for 2 servings)
This sweet, energizing, and creamy milkshake will start your Valentine’s day with a blast. Red velvet symbolizes the love you have for others. They are very easy to make and extremely delicious. Sip one with your sweetie this February 14th  

Valentine Cheesecake (5 hours total)
It’s cheesy, it’s creamy, it’s fruity, and its chocolatey. Make this cheesecake this Valentine’s day for your lover…or your kids… or even yourself. The heart swirl pattern makes it perfect for Valentines. One bite and you will be in heaven.  

Chocolate Raspberry Truffle (2 hours for 30 truffles)
This rich truffle has the taste of dark chocolate and luscious raspberries. With every bite, the truffle seems to melt in your mouth. This tiny circular treat is very alluring and exquisite, perfect for Valentine’s day.                                                   

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