Adorable (and edible) Valentine's Day food crafts make fun and festive treats for your sweetie
There's no rule that says a great Valentine's Day has to break the bank. Giving the gift of food is not only affordable, but it's thoughtful and delicious. Treat that special someone to some yummy Valentine's Day food crafts, and you might have them eating out of your hand.
Who needs diamonds when you can have a sugar cookie pendant? OK, that might be a stretch, but these are fun, cute edible crafts for your valentine, no matter their age.
Sugar cookie heart pendant
1 roll sugar cookie dough
Valentine's Day-colored sugar
Valentine's Day-colored sprinkles
1/3 cup chocolate chips
Red food dye
1 – 2 teaspoons canola oil
Heat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
Slice the sugar cookie dough into 1/3-inch thickness, and stamp out heart shapes with a heart-shaped cookie cutter. Bake the cookies for about 8 – 12 minutes or until golden brown.
Let them cool for about a minute, and then sprinkle with the colored sugar.
Melt the chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl for about 90 seconds, stirring every 30 seconds. Add canola oil and red food dye, and stir to combine until red velvet-colored.
Drizzle the sugar cookies with the red velvet drizzle, and add sprinkles. Let them cool until the chocolate has hardened.
Using a skewer, stamp a small hole through the top of the heart. Carefully push the twine through the cookie.
Place a mini chocolate chip on top of 10 conversation hearts. Place on a microwave-safe dish, and microwave on high for about 30 seconds. Place a piece of twine over the chocolate, and top with another conversation heart of the same color. Press to set.
Repeat with the 9 other candy hearts until you have 10 on the string. Let it sit at room temperature until the chocolate has set.