Valentines Day Vintage Treat Ideas

Warm hearts with ideas for lovey dovey cookies, cupcakes and more! Dainty ideas for Valentine's treats. Shoot Cupid's arrow with these old-timey Valentine treats ideas! Create lovey-dovey Valentine's gifts with pretty paper doilies on cups and platters, sweet see-through gift boxes and colorful Valentine's platters. Get details on these adorable mini doughnuts on a stick, cookie pops presented in cute heart pails, beautiful decorated heart cookies and more. Go ahead, share the love!

Idea 1: Fill up a heart box with tokens of your affection!

Give your Valentine a box of candy with your unique touch! To make these we used a fun mini heart mold, filled it with melted candy and popped the tray in the fridge until firm. Decorate a few however you like with jumbo heart sprinkles adhered with a dab of icing. Present them in mini baking cups tucked into a sweet little heart box. Nom nom!

Idea 2: Love struck red velvet cupcakes!

Have you been hit by Cupid's arrow? Show the world, and your Valentine, with red velvet cupcakes. Use a heart-shaped fondant cutter to make a mini heart stencil from fondant. Place the heart in the center of the cupcake, powder the cupcakes and… voila! Be sure to bake them in pretty Valentine's baking cups and add "Cupid's arrow" picks to each delectable treat! Display on a white doile and vintage-y cake stand.

Idea 3: Dainty ideas for Valentine's treats

Shoot Cupid's arrow with these old-timey Valentine treats ideas! Create lovey-dovey Valentine's gifts with pretty paper doiles on cups and platters, sweet see-through gift boxes and colorful Valentine's platters.

Idea 4: Doughnut you love these mini doughnut on a stick!

To make these delectable treats, stick mini doughnuts on skewers and dip them in white Candy Melts®. Douse in pink sugar sprinkles and chill your creations for fifteen minutes. For the perfect colorful, edible display, fill a Valentine's box with pink jelly beans and stand up your doughnut pops. Add heart stickers to the sticks and box, and you have a yummy gift made with love!

Idea 5: Dig into the frosting affection!

A pretty pink heart is the frosting on the (cup)cake! To make these extra-special heartfelt treats, start by baking your favorite chocolate cupcake recipe in pink polka dot baking cups. Use a mini heart-shaped cutter to make a heart-shaped recess, sprinkle the top with powdered sugar, then fill in the heart with pink frosting. They look extra dainty perched on mini red doiles!