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10 Delicious Heart-Shaped Foods


We’re counting down the weeks before Valentine’s Day with hearty meals – as in all things heart-shaped. Join in on the fun and surprise the kids with heart boiled eggs and heart lace crêpes for breakfast. Just wait until you see what is in store for dinner. See all my favorite heart-stopping picks in these 10 Delicious Heart-Shaped Foods…


  • Lace Crêpes 1 of 10
    Lace Crêpes
    Breakfast is served, and more beautiful than ever.
    Get the recipe at Prudent Baby.
  • Wedge Salad with Bacon Hearts 2 of 10
    Wedge Salad with Bacon Hearts
    Prepare a salad heart that is good for your heart.
    Check it out at Prudent Baby.
  • Heart Boiled Egg 3 of 10
    Heart Boiled Egg
    Here's a Valentine's Day meal you can make for breakfast on the go.
    Check it out at Anna the Red.
  • Hearty Potatoes 4 of 10
    Hearty Potatoes
    I think I could get used to making these all year round.
    Find out more at Hanielas.
  • Arrow Through the Heart Tomatoes 5 of 10
    Arrow Through the Heart Tomatoes
    Add a couple cute heart tomatoes to your child's lunch.
    Find out more at Recipe by Photo.
  • Heart Ravioli 6 of 10
    Heart Ravioli
    This would make a delicious and romantic meal for your loved one.
    Find out more at Annie's Eats.
  • Personal Pizzas 7 of 10
    Personal Pizzas
    You and the kids can make your own personal heart-shaped pizzas for dinner.
    Find out more at Once Upon a Cutting Board.
  • Yogurt Cranberry and Tangerine Scones 8 of 10
    Yogurt Cranberry and Tangerine Scones
    Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to prepare delicious scones.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Cherry-Nutella Pop Tarts 9 of 10
    Cherry-Nutella Pop Tarts
    Cook up some yummy cherry-nutella pop tarts for Valentine's Day breakfast.
    Find out more at Pink Parsley.
  • Belgian Waffles 10 of 10
    Belgian Waffles
    Now might be the time to splurge on that heart shaped waffle iron you've always wanted.
    Get the recipe at Five and Spice.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful. She can also be found on Babble’s the New Home Ec.

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