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

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


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


1. Remove rose petals

DIY Doritos Roses
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Carefully remove the rose petals from the artificial flower stems.

2. Add the center petal

DIY Doritos Roses
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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

DIY Doritos Roses
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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

DIY Doritos Roses
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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.

DIY Doritos Roses
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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!

DIY Doritos bouquet
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