Heart shaped food is the perfect way to bring a little bit of love into every bite! While each of these are perfect for Valentine’s Day foods, don’t limit it to just that!
Before we get into the full on recipes, let’s talk about some super easy ways to add some love to food.
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Simple Heart Shaped Options
- Use cutters like these to cut fruit or veggies into small hearts.
- Try big cutters to cut sandwiches. I love this heart shaped sandwich cutter.
- Use a heart cutter when making an egg in a hole for an easy twist.
- Cut the tops of strawberries in a v shape to make strawberry hearts.
- Bake muffins in silicone muffin tins for simple heart shaped option.
The Cutest Heart Shaped Foods for Valentine’s Day
Today I’m sharing these recipes that your whole family will love. Pick one or two to add or craft a whole meat from different heart shaped foods!
Heart Shaped Breakfast
I LOVED making this vday breakfast a few years ago and make it every year now. This uses just one pan, making it stupid easy for heart-shaped eggs, potatoes, AND bacon!
Valentine Fruit Pizza with Lemon Glaze
This Fruit Pizza is too cute. Perfect for making and decorating with kids! Plus, who doesn’t love a giant cookie??
Theses strawberry hearts are a super simple and adorable side to any meal, but they make a fun addition to breaskast or dessert.
As a born and bred Jersey girl who spent a good amount of time in an Italian American family, I love a good Caprese salad. This one made of cute hearts is absolutely perfect.
Soft and Chewy Buttered Pretzels
I have yet to perfect pretzels, but this tutorial looks so simple. My middle loves baking with me, so we’re planning on trying these together soon.
Want some tips for cooking with your little Valentine? Try these kitchen tasks for kids.
Heart Shaped Sushi
As a fan of all things grocery store sushi (guilty!) I’m always wanting to try to make my own. This looks fun and would be a great way to get picky eaters to try something new. Have them get involved!
Roasted Heart Potatoes
I ADORE these cute as can be little potatoes! If you’re married to a meat and potatoes guy like I am, this would be a perfect way to add some heart shaped food to your special dinner.
Heart Egg in a Hole
This is a super simple recipe but it’s so stinking cute! It’s a great Valentine’s Day for Kids on the go!
Cherry Tomato Heart.
Cheesy Heart Shaped Breadsticks.
What says love more than cheese sprinkled carbs? Nothing, I tell you. Except, maybe if you turned those cheese covered carbs into a cute little heart.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake.
Sweetheart Egg Cup Omelettes.
Mini Cherry Heart Pies.
Heart Shaped Churros.
YES PLEASE. If you’ve never had a churro, you’re in for an amazing treat. These are a step up from the normal cinnamon sugar coated beauty!
DIY Heart Shaped Tea Bag.
These are so stinking cute if you’re crafty! Not techically a “food” but perfect for a Valentine’s day breakfast that would make any cup of tea special.
Heart Shaped Pizza.
This is more stromboli than pizza, but who cares. It has all the things my kiddos love in one, adorble, heart shaped food! Serve with hidden veggie tomato sauce to soothe a smidge of guilt.
Heart Shaped Tortillas.
This is such a genius way to add some love to just about any meal. It would be even more fun if you used a tomato wrap tortilla to get some red involved
More fun Heart Shaped Food Ideas
They say that the way to one’s heart is through his stomach, and I can’t think of any better way to get there than by these tasty options!
- Sugar Hearts.
- Bacon Chocolate Hearts.
- Hidden Heart Pound Cake.
- Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots.
- Graham Crackers.
- Homemade Heart Pop Tarts.
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Hearts.
- Orange Chocolate Chip Shortbread.
- Four Cheese Pepperoni Pizza
Do you plan on making anything fun for Valentine’s Day? Which of these heart-shaped foods are you most excited to make? Let me know in the comments!
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Hey thanks for featuring the Valentine Fruit Pizza with Lemon Glaze! 🙂 Have a great day!
It looks so delicious! Thanks for the inspiration!
Heather @ Polyglot Jot says
Aw these are all so cute–I too am obsessed with themed foods! I want to make those homemade heart shaped poptarts!
Holiday foods are my favorite ever. I keep thinking about trying my hand at pop tarts but I always chicken out.
Lisa @ Lisa the Vegetarian says
I love the heart shaped caprese! Caprese is one of my favorite things to eat (in fact I just finished eating a caprese sandwich), so if my fiancee ever presented me with this for v-day I would love it!
There is nothing better than a caprese! Add some cute hearts to it and it’s a homerun!
Erin @ Stay At Home Yogi says
Amazing round up! <3 <3 <3 I don't even eat pepperoni since I'm a vegetarian but I am dying over the cuteness of the hearts on the pizza!
Right?! Give me alllllll the heart shaped things this time of year!
Our Home of Many Blessings says
Wow I love this post! So many sweet and adorable recipes!! Added this to my Valentines Day Activity post! Thank you for sharing.The Heart bread Is adorable and Im gonna try that with a few others!!
Christine @ A Sprinkle of This and That says
What a great round up of Valentine ideas! YUM! Thanks so much for sharing on Oh My Heartsie Girls Wordless Wednesday!
They all look fantastic. Give me the fruit pizza only and I’m a fan! Thanks for sharing these inspiring goodies on Party at My Place this week. I sure hope you join me back next week. Also, we have a Tuesday Talk party each week too. Join us if you wish. The more the merrier.