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Don't Go Bacon My Heart : Start your Valentine's Day off the right way with your sweetie's other true love: bacon. Fold strips into hearts on a baking sheet (inset with a rack if you have one) and bake at 400 degrees F until crisp.

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

Don't Go Bacon My Heart : Start your Valentine's Day off the right way with your sweetie's other true love: bacon. Fold strips into hearts on a baking sheet (inset with a rack if you have one) and bake at 400 degrees F until crisp.

Don't Go Bacon My Heart : Start your Valentine's Day off the right way with your sweetie's other true love: bacon. Fold strips into hearts on a baking sheet (inset with a rack if you have one) and bake at 400 degrees F until crisp.

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

A big box of chocolates is all well and good, but nothing says "I love you" quite like a breakfast of heart-shaped bacon with eggs served in bed, or a slice of pizza with love baked into each slice. Here are 10 delicious ways to show you care.

Sealed with a Shrimp : For those with a savory bent, two shrimp arranged kissing with curved-sides out make a you-know-what. (Use jumbo if you're feeling fancy.)

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

Sealed with a Shrimp : For those with a savory bent, two shrimp arranged kissing with curved-sides out make a you-know-what. (Use jumbo if you're feeling fancy.

The Heart of the Batter : These heart-shaped hotcakes take breakfast in bed to a new level. Think of a squeeze bottle filled with batter as your kitchen paintbrush: Squirt a heart outline on a hot griddle, let it start to set, and then flood it with more batter for charming less-than-perfect hotcakes.

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

For the Love of Fruit : A strawberry with shapely "shoulders" becomes a pink and red heart when you slice it in half lengthwise (cut out a notch at the stem on less-rotund fruit). Use as a cheerful topper for cupcakes, oatmeal and waffles. 

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

For the Love of Fruit : A strawberry with shapely "shoulders" becomes a pink and red heart when you slice it in half lengthwise (cut out a notch at the stem on less-rotund fruit). Use as a cheerful topper for cupcakes, oatmeal and waffles.

Take a Pizza My Heart : A pair of scissors is the only tool you need to cut presliced pepperoni into hearts. Use them to dress up a frozen pie, or go all out and make homemade pizza, shaping the dough into a big heart, too.

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

Take a Pizza My Heart : A pair of scissors is the only tool you need to cut presliced pepperoni into hearts. Use them to dress up a frozen pie, or go all out and make homemade pizza, shaping the dough into a big heart, too.

A big box of chocolates is all well and good, but nothing says "I love you" quite like a breakfast of heart-shaped bacon with eggs served in bed, or a slice of pizza with love baked into each slice. Here are 10 delicious ways to show you care.

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

Cross-My-Heart Cinnamon Twists : Shape ropes of puff pastry or pizza dough into hearts; brush with egg wash and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar before baking. Go over the top with a dipping sauce of warmed chocolate syrup or lavender honey.

A big box of chocolates is all well and good, but nothing says "I love you" quite like a breakfast of heart-shaped bacon with eggs served in bed, or a slice of pizza with love baked into each slice. Here are 10 delicious ways to show you care.

Food Network : Heart-Shaped Foods for Valentine's Day

A big box of chocolates is all well and good, but nothing says "I love you" quite like a breakfast of heart-shaped bacon with eggs served in bed, or a slice of pizza with love baked into each slice. Here are 10 delicious ways to show you care.

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