Your friends and family will adore these 20 heart-shaped sweet treats that are perfect for sharing on Valentine’s Day. You’ll be amazed at how simple it is to recreate some of your favorite recipes into a heart-shaped dessert that’s both adorable and scrumptious. From donuts to cookies and from hand pies to cakes, you’ll find innovative ways to shape these treats into lovely confections that are irresistible. Whether you’re making desserts for the kids, friends, co-workers or that someone special, keep this list of heart-shaped sweet recipes handy so you can choose just the right one that your recipients will love and appreciate.
20 Heart Shaped Sweet Treats For Valentine’s Day
Red, white and pink royal icing graces these heart-shaped sugar cookies for a holiday touch. Write your conversational love notes on them as further decoration, making them perfect to share with your Valentine.
Valentine’s Day Heart Sugar Cookies by Ahead Of Thyme
Pretty in pink and funfetti sprinkles, these donuts are shaped like hearts, making them adorable as well as irresistible. Even if you don’t have a heart-shaped donut pan, using her easy trick, you can still make these Valentine’s Day shaped donuts. So, the homemade batter is iced with an easy vanilla glaze turned pink with the help of food coloring. So cute!
Pink Heart Party Donuts by Sally’s Baking Addiction
No-bake treats are the best. And, a heart-shaped cookie cutter helps form these Valentine rice krispie treats that receive a smattering of festive decoration to celebrate the holiday. White melting chocolate helps the red, pink and white sprinkles adhere to the treats and can used to completely cover the hearts or be drizzled or partially dunked. So, get creative and make these sweet treats your own!
Heart Shaped Rice Krispie Treats by Noshing With The Nolands
Light and airy, these macarons are tinted with food coloring for a Valentine’s Day pink that’s sure to be noticed. This recipe comes with a heart-shaped template so you can achieve the same results. Fill these macarons with a lemon buttercream and decorate with festive sprinkles and colored sugar. Adorable!
Heart Macarons With Lemon Buttercream by Natasha’s Kitchen
These peek-a-boo Linzer cookies have a little heart cut out for the red jam to show through. Almond flour makes this cookie dough easy to work with. Use strawberry or raspberry jam for Valentine’s Day and serve these cookies to the ones you love. They’re guaranteed to be a hit!
Heart Linzer Cookies by Oh Sweet Basil
Store-bought pie crust shells are cut into the shape of hearts before being filled with a homemade lemon and raspberry mixture. These hand-held mini pies are sealed with a fork around the edges before being baked. They come out warm and irresistible, ready to serve as as a special dessert for Valentine’s Day.
Raspberry Lemon Heart Hand Pies by The Organic Kitchen
Go big with everyone’s favorite cookie – chocolate chip – with this giant heart-shaped treat that has built-in wow factor. Once cooled, decorate it with a creamy chocolate frosting piped along the edges. Scatter Valentine’s sprinkles on top and share this cookie with those you love.
Giant Heart-Shaped Chocolate Chip Cookie by House Of Nash Eats
Let your creative side out when icing these heart cut-out sugar cookies. The gorgeous marbling glaze is easily achieved with powdered sugar, corn syrup, milk and food colorings that are swirled together with a toothpick. Detailed instructions will help make yours just as beautiful!
Heart Cookies by Sugar Spun Run
Easily make these special treats using a store-bought brownie mix that’s baked, cooled and then topped with a peanut butter mixture. Cut out heart shapes using a cookie cutter. Spread each heart with melted chocolate and top with Valentine-themed sprinkles.
Peanut Butter Buckeye Brownie Hearts by The Creative Bite
You’ll love this super easy way to turn a family favorite into a special treat for Valentine’s Day. Shape refrigerated cinnamon rolls into hearts before baking. Reinforce the heart shape once out of the oven and before drizzling the icing on them. Cute and delish!
Heart Shaped Cinnamon Rolls by The Baker Mama
No one can resist cookie dough, especially if its shaped like a heart and covered in chocolate! This no-bake dessert is made with plenty of butter, sugar, and chocolate chips, and of course, no egg. Heart-shaped cookie cutters help form them before being dunked in melted chocolate. Garnish with Valentine’s sprinkles if desired.
Cookie Dough Hearts by Handle The Heat
This extravaganza of a dessert looks impressive but is super simple to make. Using puff pastry, cut out hearts with a large cookie cutter. Bake and then fill with Nutella and fresh raspberries before topping with another heart puff. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and drizzle chocolate over these cream puffs. Wow!
Puff Pastry Hearts by Happyfoods Tube
Make a batch of these scrumptious blondies full of a homemade toffee mixture made with brown sugar, brown butter, and vanilla. Bake and then cut them with a heart-shaped cookie cutter. Dip half of each into melted chocolate and sprinkle with sea salt. Oh, my!
Toffee Blondies by Tutti Dolci
White chocolate fudge gets tinted pink for this gorgeous two-tone look that’s on point for Valentine’s Day. White chocolate melting wafers plus sweetened condensed milk make this an easy fudge recipe. Pour half of the white mixture in your pan and top with the pink tinted mixture. Let harden before cutting with a heart shaped cookie cutter.
Pink And White Chocolate Fudge by Sweet And Savory Meals
No one can resist these sugary gum drops that are heart shaped. It’s the perfect little sweet treat that’s super easy to make. Jello, gelatin, applesauce and sugar make up this tasty treat. Mix, refrigerate and then cut into heart shapes with a cookie cutter. Roll each cut out in sugar and let dry completely before serving.
Valentine’s Day Gumdrops by Mom On Time Out
A brownie boxed mix gets baked and then topped with a delectable melted milk chocolate frosting. Garnish with red, white and pink heart sprinkles and let set until frosting is firm. Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut the brownies. Delish!
Frosted Brownies by Sugar And Cloth
Give everyone their own mini heart-shaped cake with this easy idea that lets you decorate and personalize each cake. Then, make a sheet cake using your choice of boxed cake mix. Also, using a large heart-shaped cookie cutter, cut the cake. Make the buttercream frosting and decorate each cake with piping and sprinkles. What a sweet gift for your friends and family.
Mini Valentine’s Heart Cakes by Grays Through Life
Make your rice krispie treats with a drop of red food coloring for a pastel pink shade that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day. Cut out heart shapes using a cookie cutter. Push in a pop stick and call it done! Kids love them (and so do adults!)
Pink Heart Cake Pops by A Mummy Too
Have you ever noticed how pretzels look a little heart-shaped? Reinforce that look by dipping half of each pretzel in melted white chocolate and then garnishing with Valentine sprinkles. Cute and on point for the holiday!
Valentine Pretzels by Like Mother Like Daughter
Make these donuts in a flash by using refrigerated biscuit dough that’s “fried” to perfection in your air fryer. So, just use a cookie cutter for the heart shape. Also, after they are cooled, frost them with vanilla frosting and garnish with pretty sprinkles. What could be easier?
Heart Shaped Air Fryer Donuts by Recipes From A Pantry
These 20 Heart Shaped Sweet Treats For Valentine’s Day are bound to please even the pickiest of eaters. Perfect for class parties, pot lucks or celebrations at home!