12 Ways To Say "I Love You" With Food
A dozen recipe ideas for you to
Spread the L♥ve on Valentine's Day
Recipes via Taste of Home
Children look at Valentine's Day through heart-shaped glasses. These cut-out Sour Cream Sugar Cookies are sure to gain approval from your little ones on Valentine's Day.
Bring a batch of these cute Mice Cupcakes to the class Valentine's Day party or any other group activity. Little ones are sure to nibble them right up!
You'll garner most-loved parent status by delivering a couple of Raspberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cakes to the teacher's lounge along with a bag of gourmet ground coffee for the community coffee pot.
How would you feel if your neighbor baked a loaf of bread for you? Live by the golden rule and share the love with your neighbors by taking over a loaf of Moist Banana Bread.
5-Relative or Friend
Let someone know you care by delivering these easy-to-make homemade Raspberry Patch Crumb Bars. The companionship they'll attract is like giving your loved one a hug all day long.
Warm the hearts of your parents, grandparents or in-laws by dropping off some breadsticks and a pot of hot Wintertime Beef Soup.
7-Sister or Female Friend
Show your sisterly love by having friends over to share a little girl talk and these almost sinful Mocha Latte Parfaits.
8-Brother or Male Friend
Who can resist a homemade pie? Make your brother or friend feel downright spoiled with a cheery Fresh Cherry Pie.
How sweet it is to be loved by you when you serve this tasty Golden Chicken Cordon Bleu meal to your dear hubby.
10-WifePuffy Oven Pancakes will surely have your wife starting out the day with romance on her mind.
One of the easiest ways to show you care for that special someone — without a big commitment — is by making them a delicious dessert like Walnut Chocolate Hearts.
Fido is always there for you. Tell him he's a good boy with these bark-worthy Beefy Dog Treats.