What's Not to Love? 6 Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

These seriously adorable treats make the case for dining in this year.

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Food Network Kitchen’s Heart-Shaped Lasagna Bundt

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Matt Armendariz

If you’ve been a repeat giver of chocolate or wine in the past and want to try something new this Valentine’s Day, Food Network Kitchen has the thing for you. Adorably heartfelt, these homemade heart-shaped treats are the perfect way to show your S.O. just how much you care. Because the best way to wear your heart isn’t on your sleeve, it’s on your plate!

Heart-Shaped Lasagna Bundt (pictured above)

The pasta-bilities are endless with this whimsically shaped and easy-to-put-together lasagna. Serve it during your Valentine’s Day dinner and pair with a nice bottle of red wine or fruity rosé to turn a night at home with bae into a saucy celebration.

Give classic chocolate-covered strawberries a cool makeover with these frosty and fun treats from Food Network Magazine. Each one is filled with creamy strawberry ice cream and covered in an assortment of milk, dark and white chocolate to give your sweetie an indulgent bite without a hefty price tag.

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Brian Kennedy , 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Cupid himself wouldn’t be able to resist a stack of these chocolatey pancakes, and something tells us your partner won’t be able to either. To give your buttery flapjacks their unique shape, fill a squeeze bottle with batter mixture and pipe to your heart’s desire on a hot skillet. For even greater effect, make one extra-large heart and give it to your S.O. first thing at breakfast so they can have a picture-perfect morning.



Food Network Kitchen’s Valentine's Pizza for Two for NEW FNK, as seen on Food Network.

Photo by: Renee Comet

Renee Comet

Love is sure to be on the menu this Valentine’s Day with this quirky, heart-shaped personal pizza. To make it even more swoon-worthy, cut your pepperoni pieces into miniature hearts — it’s an easy way to give your crush a pizza-of-your-heart, twice!

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Openers_ Name This Dish_ Chocolate Cookie

Photo by: Ryan Dausch

Ryan Dausch

Turn the dynamic duo of Valentine's Day and chocolate into a yummy dessert with these super cute sandwich cookies. You’ll use Dutch-processed cocoa to make the heart-shaped biscuits and melted white chocolate to make the glossy cream filling. To make them even more special, pipe messages like “You + Me” or “Be Mine” on your cookie sandwiches in red and pink icing.

Food Network Kitchen's Broken Heart Chocolate Cake, as seen on Food Network.

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Tara Donne

If someone in your life just went through a really bad breakup or just needs a break from all of the lovey-dovey emotions surrounding Valentine's Day, this fudgy and hilarious cake is sure to crack them up — literally!

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