Valentine’s Day Treats You Can Eat

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All images via their respective owners, compiled by Amanda Rodriguez

Valentine's Day isn't a huge deal in my neck of the woods. DudeDad has never been a fan, and The Dudes don't enjoy pink or hearts or girls at school getting the wrong idea about love.

Buuuuut, everyone loves an excuse to enjoy something yummy.

Here are some easy, edible treats to help you say “I heart you!”

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Image via DudeMom

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies. Because brownies and cookies were made to be eaten together.

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Image via The Sweet Adventures of Sugar Belle

Easy Cake Mix Cookies. Forgot to make something for the Valentine's Day party at work? Don't look like a loser. Make these instead.

pizzazzerie
Image via Pizzazzerie

Mini Red Velvet Milkshakes. It's perfectly acceptable to drink your dessert. Especially when red velvet is involved.

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Image via Skip To My Lou

Heart Rice Krispie Pops. All you need is the pan and a stick to make a traditional treat into something festive.

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Image via (a)Musing Foodie

Fresh Spinach and Lump Crab Omelettes. A la Valentine's Day. It doesn't have to be pink and red and have hearts all over to be made from your heart. Or delicious.

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Image via Rad Mom Cool Kid

Strawberry Vanilla Trifle. For layer upon layer of smooth Valentine's Day goodness.

homemade biscuits
Image via DudeMom

Heart-Shaped Biscuits. They go with breakfast and/or dinner. Want to really show your love? Cut them in half and slide in some bacon.

whoopie pie
Image via Plain Chicken

No-Bake Valentine's Day treats. For people who lack an oven — or the desire to cook before they grub.

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Image via DudeMom

Dipped Pretzels. This one requires no baking either and takes five minutes or less. Ummmmm, chocolate.

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Valentine’s Day Treats You Can Eat

Amanda has been wowing the Internet since 2008 when she launched her pretty-much-useless guide for parents, parenting BY dummies. As it turns out, her parenting advice is not generally useful for more than a good laugh, but sometimes that’s exactly what you need! Amanda spends her offline time (which is embarrassingly limited) running a photography business, working as a social media director for a local magazine, writing freelance articles about stuff she loves, wrangling her 3 little Dudes ... More

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