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DIY Doritos bouquet: The Valentine's Day gift your snack lover craves

Amy is a stay-at-home mommy to her 1-year-old daughter, Hailey Mae. She is a lover of all things domestic and blogs about her cooking, crafting, and parenting adventures on her personal blog, The Artful Blogger.

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet

When it comes to Valentine's Day, figuring out what to get for your man can be a trick. Flowers are usually more for the ladies, and even one of those fruit arrangements can have a bit too much of a feminine vibe. Then Doritos created the Ketchup Roses Bouquet, a "bouquet" made from their new ketchup-flavored chips. 

Part snack and part romantic gesture, nothing says "I love you" quite like a dozen roses made from his favorite chips.  

What a game-changer! Unfortunately, it was available only in Canada, and it sold out almost immediately. No worries — now you can make your own Doritos bouquet...

DIY Doritos bouquet

Makes 12 roses

Ingredients:

  • 1 bag of Doritos
  • 1 can of spray cheese
  • 12 artificial flower stems

Directions:


1. Remove rose petals

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet
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Carefully remove the rose petals from the artificial flower stems.

2. Add the center petal

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet
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Fill the center of the artificial flower with spray cheese. Select a curly Dorito and place it in the center of the flower.

3. Add the outer petals

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet
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Add three to five Doritos around the center petal, securing with spray cheese as needed. Set the flowers in a safe place for a few hours while the cheese hardens and keeps the petals in place.

4. Assemble the bouquet

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet
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Once the cheese has hardened, put the flowers back on the stems. Add them to a vase or a favorite glass, and they are ready to deliver to your Valentine.

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet
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Wow, is this a sign of true love or what? This is the hand-made gift that shows you really care... and you really get your sweetheart. Happy Valentine's Day!

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet
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Before you go, check out our slideshow below.

Surprise your valentine with this snackworthy edible bouquet
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