I’m excited to be teaming up with 8 other bloggers to host the 2nd Annual Valentine Week Party! Last year’s week long event ended in a great party with 275 Valentine’s Day projects added! At the end of this post is the linky for you to add your Valentine’s Day project. You can add your Valentine’s projects on any of the blogs and be seen on ALL 9 of them! That’s over 100,000 readers that will see your projects!
- Karly from Buns in my Oven – follow on Pinterest
- Tiffany from Eat at Home – follow on Pinterest
- Liz from Hoosier Homemade – follow on Pinterest
- Myra from My Blessed Life – follow on Pinterest
- Amy from MomAdvice – follow on Pinterest
- Kellie from Nest of Posies – follow on Pinterest
- Amy from Positively Splendid – follow on Pinterest
- Lisa from The Pennington Point – follow on Pinterest
- Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage – follow on Pinterest
- Heather from WhipperBerry – follow on Pinterest
I’m excited to share my Valentine’s Day project with you:
Have you seen the cute frozen whipped cream hearts on Pinterest? I’ve seen a few versions. I’d like to give credit, but I really don’t know where I first saw them. It’s one of those ideas that have made the rounds.
I decided to try flavoring the whipped topping. I made Raspberry and Caramel. In the photo, the Raspberry heart is in a cup of white chocolate hot cocoa. So good! Especially for a store bought mix.
These hearts are easy to make. They have a subtle flavor, enough to enhance the hot cocoa without overpowering. Here’s what you’ll need:
This is more method than recipe. I used one container of frozen whipped topping, thawed.
For the Caramel Hearts, I folded 2-3 Tbs. of caramel topping into the whipped cream.
For the Raspberry Hearts, I used 2-3 Tbs. of raspberry flavored syrup (like you find in coffee shops). I also used a few drops of pink food coloring to make it pretty.
Spread the flavored topping on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
Pop the cookie sheet in the freezer for several hours or over night. Then use a small, heart shaped cutter to make the hearts.
That’s it! Float them in your hot cocoa and celebrate a sweet day!
I’ve also been using the flavored topping to dip my animal cookies. Yum!
Now you can link up your Valentine’s Day project. I can’t wait to see what you’ve got! Be sure to leave a link back to one of the hostesses blogs.
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These are so stinkin’ cute! You make it look so easy I almost think I can do it. Thanks! Lisa~
The Better Baker says
These are adorable! Would it be OK if I share this cutsie idea at my blog along with a link back and photo credit? Absolutely darling. I love love love it. (pun intended=)
I’d love for you to share! Thanks so much 🙂
Amy @ Positively Splendid says
What a fun idea! I am going to have to make some of these for my kiddos soon. 🙂
Amy Allen Clark says
These are so cute! I know my kids would flip for these! Thank you so much for the super cute idea to try for Valentine’s Day!! xo
I can’t wait to try this!!
kisses // heather
The Better Baker says
Tiffany – wanted you to know I plan to share your very clever idea for whipped cream hearts in my blog post this coming Wed. when I am sharing a few beverage recipes. Thanks for letting me share.