Top 10 Sweets for Your Honey

Top 10 Sweets for Your Honey


Valentine's recipes on blog

With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching I wanted to share a few of our favorite homemade goodies with you. Some of you have seen these recipes before if you have been visiting my blog for a while. I have put together this list as a fun way to share some treats so you can see things in one quick glance. From pancakes to muffins to easy peasy no bake cookies, here are recipes that will thrill your loved ones both in health and flavor.

Little boy walking in sunshine at school

For us these days Valentine’s Day is more about our kids.

Giftwrap decorated mailbox for little girl's class party

They love making homemade mail boxes and passing out little love letters. They also enjoy reaping the benefits of all my recipe testing. Samples are bountiful over here.

1. Strawberry Mozzarella Stuffed French Toast

Stuffed french toast recipe with Mozzarella Cheese and Strawberries

2. Raspberry Lemon Muffins with Cream Cheese Frosting

Healthy homemade muffins for Valentine's Day

3. Chocolate Crepes with Cherry Jam and Ricotta Cheese

Healthy breakfast or brunch for Valentine's Day

4. Chocolate Dipped Fruit on a Stick

Homemade chocolate covered berries for Valentine's Day

5. Maple Apple Upside Down Cake

Healthy whole grain breakfast cake recipe with maple apples.

6. Raspberry Cream Cheese Pan-Crepes

Heart shaped pancakes with raspberry sauce & cream cheese filling

7. Baked Coconut Oatmeal with Pepper Nut Topping

Healthy whole grain oatmeal breakfast with coconut milk and walnuts.

8. No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

Healthy date sweetened chocolate heart cookies for Valentine's Day

9. Cocoa Dusted Hazel-Nuggets

Healthy Cocoa covered hazelnuts for Valentine's Day treats

10. Ginger Chocolate Truffles

Rich dark chocolate ginger truffles recipe Valentine's Day treat

What do you have planned for this holiday? Hope your Valentine’s Day is filled with all sorts of sweets, love and fun!

Valentine’s Day Recipe Round Ups

38 Responses to Top 10 Sweets for Your Honey

  1. Marla,your blog looks wonderful. I just love looking at it.
    Great pictures of the kids. The food and presentation is awesome!!
    Good job.

  2. These are all such fantastic posts… I love each and every
    one. And love how much inspiration you put into the world!! Your
    kiddo is so darn handsome too!

    • Heather: I was on the fence about doing this little recipe round up. Then I thought it would be fun to share some recipes that I published a while back. Unless we are looking for something it can be easy to miss older recipes. I was going through your archives the other day & had a blast!

  3. Marla! Marla! Your style is so unique! I just LOVE
    everything about YOU…truly I do! You captivate me…and that is
    NOT easy to do! Your children are so unique~so CUTE! I just know
    their personalities must be so FUN and adorable! LOVE the red
    ski~cap! And…LOVE all of these TREATS! You cute thing you! You
    live with such PASSION and I LOVE it! Also love your new banner!
    Very fancy and sophisticated! You go GIRLIE! You are a DOLL!

    • Teresa: Hi! I have missed you girl. Thanks for such sweet & happy words. Isn’t that ski cap awesome??!! My daughter insisted on wearing it & I almost tried to convince her to take it off. Obviously that would have not been a smart move 😉 She loves to wear it when I drop her off at school in the chilly mornings. Great memories being made. The two of them are quite the characters, then again so is their mama!

  4. Hi! I want to make your raspberry lemon muffins but have a
    question… In regards to the Vanilla Stevia Drops it says “(or
    your favorite natural sweetener, see Stevia note above)” I may have
    overlooked this info (I apologize if I did) but what would be the
    amount to substitute? For example, can I use honey and if so, how
    much? Or could I use pure vanilla extract mixed with say Sucanat?
    And if so, what would be your suggested the amount? Thank you in
    advance for your help and thank you for the great blog!

    • Lorie: You will love the raspberry lemon muffins recipe. I have not yet tried them with any other sweetener, so I hesitate to give the bake time or volume to use. If I were to experiment, I would start with a few tablespoons, taste the batter and add more if needed. The bake time will probably be a bit different as well. If you try another sweetener please let me know what your results are. I will test that option hopefully sooner than later. They would taste awesome with Sucanat or honey with a teaspoon of pure vanilla extract.

  5. I love the red tartan with the red hat. Great photo. The
    red shoes on the little guy are perfect for V day, too. It really
    is such a fun lovey dovey day for kids – all the way up. I always
    have my students make a heart and we pass each to every one in the
    class. No one can repeat a comment -and all must be true positive
    attributes you have noticed about that person. They keep them
    forever. I like the french toast the best. I saw a WONDERFULLY
    simple idea on another site with a heart shaped cookie cutter
    making a toad in hold. Kids love that. And they love making their
    own. Why didn’t I think of that? Your display is incredible and
    perfect for this day offering many splendid treats for this day of
    celebrating LOVE! Sorry to be a day late on that, but Happy Heart
    Day, any way! :) valerie

    • Valerie: That is such a wonderful way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your students. Any form of positive reinforcement we can give kids these days is so important. The small gift of uplifting, powerful words does last a life time.
      Wish I had you as a teacher when I was a kid :)
      Love the idea of the heart shaped toad in the hole eggs. xo

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