I love heart-shaped foods for Valentine’s Day, of course, but I also like to break out the hugs and kisses. There are far too few X & O foods around, and this year I set out to remedy that. In fact, everyone at Family Kitchen joined in on that quest. We all dreamt up our favorite ideas for X & O Valentine’s Day treats. Wouldn’t it be so much fun to give these to your sweet family next week? I can almost feel the hugs and kisses that would ensue when any of these adorable treats are served!
X & O Pancakes 1 of 9These delicious pancakes are perfect for Valentine's morning. Who wouldn't love them in X & O shapes?
Make X & O pancakes
X & O Brownies 2 of 9These super-cute brownies and blondies are clever and fun for a Valentine's Day party.
Make X & O brownies
X & O No-bake Cheerio Treats 3 of 9These no-bake treats are so much fun with children and can be made into all sorts of Valentine's shapes.
Make X & O no-bake cheerio treats
X & O Baked Donuts 4 of 9These baked, not fried, donuts are perfect for Valentine's morning and are less guilt, too!
Make X & ) baked donuts
X & O Cupcakes 5 of 9These striking red velvet cupcakes are the perfect hue and flavor for Valentine's Day morning.
Make X & O cupcakes
X & O Bagels 6 of 9Aren't these just the cutest for Valentine's morning? Swipe them with strawberry cream cheese for a pink kiss!
Make X & O bagels
X & O Beignets 7 of 9A decadent donut is the perfect way wake up your loved ones with a sweet hug and kiss.
Make X & O beignets
X & O Nilla Wafers 8 of 9These cute homemade nilla wafers are given a Valentine's makeover with these sweet decorations.
Make X and O nilla wafers
X & O S’mores 9 of 9I love these simple X & O S'mores. They are so easy and fun — the perfect Valentine's twist on a campfire treat.
To try making these and more great treatscheck out Free Bird Style's X & O S'mores
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