If you haven’t heard it enough, Friday is February 14th. A.K.A. Valentine’s Day. A.K.A. either a very happy day or a day filled with bitterness. I like a bit of both, honestly. Whatever your feelings on the day to celebrate love, I think we can all agree on dessert, drinks, and dogs. This week’s DIY is full of fun treats to make for your significant other, best friends, yourself, and even your dog! Let’s get started.
Inside-Out Red Velvet Cookies
These cookies are so fun to make and eat! The secret to this red velvet treat is that the icing is on the inside. Find the recipe here!
Vegan Raspberry Chocolate Tart
This rich dessert is simple and elegant. It's vegan, so anyone can enjoy it. Click here for the recipe!
Candy Heart Bark
This colorful treat is perfect for Valentine's Day gift bags. Follow the link for instructions!
Red Velvet Cinnamon Rolls
A romantic take on the cinnamon roll. These don't take too long to make, and they are a perfect breakfast for those with a sweet tooth. Click here for the full recipe.
Pink Champagne Truffles
These bite-sized desserts are what you would get is you comined champagne and a cakeball. Yes, please! Find this very pink recipe here!
Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes
Make this recipe to impress your date with a fancy dessert. Make them yourself by following this link!
Simple and fun, these grapes pack a nice little punch. Click the link to learn how to made them!
A drink and dessert in one! Find the recipe here!
This is perfect anytime of the day. Make it for a lovley Valentine's Day brunch in. Learn how to mix it up here!
Single Lady Sangria
These are so good, you won't care if you have a Valentine or not. Make some for a night in with friends or just for yourself! Follow the link for the full recipe.
Dog's need a Valentine's Day treat, too!
Blueberry Coconut Dog Treat
Dogs love these healthy treats. Make it yourself by following this link!
No-Bake Peanut Butter Dog Treats
If you've ever given your dog peanut butter, you'll know how much they love it. This recipe will get the same bark of approval. Click here for the recipe!