I know they're made to be shared, but I can still eat all the Valentine's Day cookies myself, right?
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It’s hearts all around right now. And what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than baking up some sweets with your very own sweetheart? Now I know baking isn’t for everyone, but that’s why we love Pillsbury so much—you get the delicious treats without worrying about whether or not you added baking soda instead of baking powder. (It happens.)
So you know Pillsbury has the goods for the season of love. Eat to your heart’s content!
Limited Edition Hearts Sugar Cookie Dough: This classic Pillsbury cookie is back again this year. The Valentine’s Day edition has adorable pink and red hearts stamped in the middle. Each package has a batch of 20 pre-cut cookies. No need for prep—just pop ’em straight in the oven! However, as one Instagrammer noted, they may not bake up exactly like the box.
For a simple Valentine’s Day breakfast, keep an eye out for the Pull-Apart Bites. It’s all the joy of monkey bread with none of the fuss.
Where Can I Get ‘Em?
The lovable Pillsbury Valentine’s Day cookies are at retailers nationwide, but only for a limited time! Keep an eye out for them on your next grocery run. You can also buy the Heart Cutout Sugar Cookie Dough on Instacart and the Hearts Sugar Cookie Dough from Walmart.com.
Enjoy frosting sweet sentiments onto these valentines cupcakes by baking a batch ahead of time using no-fuss cake mix. You don't even need a heart-shaped muffin tin to make them. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
This lovely and luscious treat is rumored to have been the favorite dessert of European royalty long ago. I know that it's won the hearts of everyone I've ever made it for. Enjoy! —Lorene Milligan, Chemainus, British Columbia
You get the flavor of a snickerdoodle plus the texture of a shortbread in these cute heart cookies. Bake them for your sweeties, or make the cookies together to create fun memories! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Cool, fruity and creamy, these gelatin valentine cutouts are noticeably richer than plain gelatin. They're a fun finger food that can be easily cut into whichever shape you'd like for any holiday or theme.
—Annette Ellyson, Carolina, West Virginia
I found this recipe in an old cookbook and changed a few ingredients to suit my family's taste. My children really enjoy this candy pizza. Get the kids to help you spread the toppings over the heart-shaped dough. —Becky Thesman, Enid, Oklahoma
I make rich, fudgy cookies that taste like brownies with a marshmallow filling. I usually use heart-shaped cutters, but I've also left them uncut and filled with pink marshmallow creme.—Kelly Ward, Stratford, Ontario
I used peanut butter in place of the butter in my take on a traditional cutout cookie, which turned out super nutty and soft. My children love to decorate the cookie with frosting, sprinkles and some creativity. —Cindi Bauer, Marshfield, Wisconsin
This specialty cookie takes a little extra effort, but the delectable results are well-worth it. I bake the tender jam-filled hearts when I need something fancy to serve for Valentine's Day or other special occasions. —Jane Pearcy, Verona, Wisconsin
I enjoy making this lovely coffee cake for anniversaries, Valentine's Day and other special occasions. I found the recipe more than 30 years ago, and I've been making it ever since. —Norma Hammond, Leland, Iowa
Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.