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    Recipes for valentines?

    Ok my younger sister (she's 10) wants to cook our mum some kind of easy recipe cute but it can't be too complacited but sweet and something creative that she will enjoy any ideas ? Anything ?

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    Pancakes...cut out a small section to form hearts, spread with peanut butter, and top with syrup.

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    These are all super easy and fun to make (and taste sooo good). They are all no-bake (just using the stove top and a pan) but some of them you don't even need that (as with Jell-O Jigglers)


    -Heart-shaped Jell-O Jigglers.

    Easy. Just the same as making regular Jell-O, except you don't use cold water. The result is firm, tote-able, Jigglers. It sets firmer than regular Jell-O. As soon as it's firm, use heart shaped cookie cutters. You can add jelly-bellies, any small candy, candy sprinkles, blueberries..whatever you like (or just solid red, pink, purple, etc) Cherry, raspberry, blueberry, grape, cherry or strawberry Jell-O flavours would work well. (The creamy V-Day Jigglers are good, too.)

    v-day jello-o jigglers:
    http://handmadebyjt.blogspot.com/2012/02/recipe-valentines-day-jell-o-jigglers.html

    jell-o jigglers:
    http://www.food.com/recipe/jell-o-jigglers-84471

    or
    -no-bake V-Day caramel apples:
    http://209.35.60.59/recipes/holidays/val…

    or
    - no-bake V-Day chocolate sprinkle party spoons:
    (really cute and easy)
    http://sweetapolita.com/2012/01/sprinkle…

    or
    -no-bake V-Day chocolate sprinkle bark:
    http://sweetapolita.com/2011/09/cake-bat…

    or
    -no-bake butterscotch peanut butter marshmallow hearts:
    http://sweetapolita.com/2011/02/buttersc…


    -Rice Krispy treats are really easy and fun to make, using cookie cutters to make hearts (or even just cutting them out in a free-form heart way)..and adding about 3 drops of red food colouring to the marshmallow to turn it pinkish red is pretty. Adding more red creates a deeper colour, of course and it won't effect flavour at all. You can also add a Popsicle stick to each heart so they look like lollipops.

    -V-Day Rice Krispie Hearts:
    http://www.snackpicks.com/en_US/holidays…


    ps
    Adding 2 drops of red food colouring will turn any milk, vanilla yogurt or vanilla ice cream into a pink-y Valentines Day treat, too.

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    She could make her some raspberry kisses & cream cookies. They're really cute for valentines and absolutely delicious. And she can follow the video...they're quite easy.

    http://youtu.be/SkW6TfzKyj8


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