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Be Mine: 11 Conversation Heart-Inspired Treats We Love For Valentine's Day

UR Cute, Text Me, Love You; sometimes sweet, sometimes creepy, conversation hearts are arguably the most iconic Valentine's Day candies. And while the little pastel sweets are more of an acquired taste, they make for some fun and festive Valentine's Day treats

Conversation hearts are sweet and (sometimes) innocent little messages, that work for any Valentine in your life; not just your romantic partner. So get inspired by our favorite conversation heart treats, and tell someone just how you're feeling this Valentine's Day!


1. DIY Gold Foil Heart Macarons

If you're feeling really fancy, these gilded macarons make for an impressive Valentine's Day dessert. Sugar and Cloth has the full tutorial (including a video!). 


2. S'Mores Pops

Cake pop lovers, rejoice! These conversation heart cake pops from Love from the Oven are filled with marshmallow-chocolate-graham goodness. Display them in (what else) a vase filled with conversation hearts!


3. Dipped Oreo Cookies

A delicious treat hiding inside of ANOTHER delicious treat! These colorful Love Note Conversation Heart-Dipped Oreos from 1-800 Baskets come in a pack of 4, with messages such as Miss You and Bite Me (get it?).


4. Heart-Topped Brownies

Probably one of the easiest ways to infuse your treats with conversation hearts, Gimme Some Oven sprinkled her brownies with some of the pastel sweets.


5. Sweetheart Brownie Balls

This brownie ball recipe could not be easier. Topped with powdered sugar and some cute conversation hearts, it's the easiest homemade treat to whip up for V-Day.


6. Rice Krispie Treat Heart Pops

We're big fans of Rice Krispie Treats for Valentine's Day, which is why we love the idea of throwing them into Rice Krispie heart pops, like Food, Family & Finds did.  


7. Colorful Cheesecakes

How amazing are these? Mini cheesecakes in bright pastel colors with cute messages! Get the how-to from Hungry Happenings.


8. Conversation Hearts-Infused Vodka

You didn't think we would forget the booze, did you? You can infuse vodka with anything, including conversation hearts! It makes for a pretty pastel spirit. 


9. Valentine's Popcorn

Mix some conversation hearts in with some popcorn for a movie night-perfect snack mix. May we suggest the Strawberry & Vanilla Cream popcorn from The Popcorn Factory to mix it with?


10. Heart-Shaped Cookie Bark

Making candy bark is actually pretty easy, and smashing up some conversation hearts makes it that much more colorful. These heart-shaped bark pieces from The Decorated Cookie would look great displayed on a serving plate or in a candy bowl. 


11. Giant I Love You Sugar Cookie

Although the icing isn't a bright pastel, the shape and message of the Giant I Love You Sugar Cookie from 1-800 Baskets is definitely inspired by conversation hearts. Send this giant cookie (seriously, it's the size of a whole cake!)  to a long-distance Valentine.

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Jennifer Geddes
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Jennifer Kelly Geddes has hosted Christmas cookie swaps, New Year's open houses, Thanksgiving for 22, and all manner of dinner parties in her Manhattan and Ghent, NY homes.

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