How to Make My favorite Valentine’s Day Treats

Love is in the air, and it is almost time to make some Valentine’s Day treats. So let me share some of my favorite cookies and treats with you.

Today I am sharing a Pinterest challenge about Valentine’s Day treats with 15 other bloggers hosted by my friend Cindy @countyroad407.

Suppose you have come over from my friend Lora’s @lorabloomquist. Welcome. I am sure you loved her yummy post on meringue shells with chocolate fudge. I know I did.

As Valentine’s Day approaches, it’s time to get creative and make some of the most delicious treats for your family and friends. Whether you’re an experienced baker or a beginner, I have something special lined up for you that will surely put a sweet smile on everyone’s face: homemade Rice Krispie Treats! From unique decorations to delicious flavors, I’m sharing my favorite Valentine’s day treats that can be easily created with ingredients in almost any pantry. So grab those festive sprinkles, and let’s get baking!

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Do you make treats for those you love for Valentine’s Day?

I have several granddaughters and one grandson. They would be crushed if I did not make them a few special treats for Valentine’s Day. And their favorite is Rice Krispie treats dipped in Chocolate. In addition, while I am at it, I dip just about anything I can find in the pantry in Chocolate.

Chocolate dipped cookies and rice Krispie treats

February 14th is a day of indulgence and love, so why not treat your loved ones with irresistible Valentine’s Day treats? From luscious chocolate-covered rice Krispie goodies to sweet and salty pretzels. Whatever your sweet tooth desires can be found this holiday!

Supplies needed to make my favorite Valentine’s Day treats

  • Ingredients to make rice Krispie treats ( Rice Krispies, butter, marshmallows )
  • White chocolate melting tablets
  • Chocolate coloring ( if you need to color your white Chocolate)
  • Canola Oil
  • Spray oil
  • Parchment paper

How to make chocolate-covered Valentine’s Day treats.

I grew up on rice Krispies treats and still love them. However, when you dip them in Chocolate, it takes them to another level. Here are the directions to make the rice Krispie treats I dipped in white Chocolate.

rice krispies in a bowl, tea towels, and measuring spoons
butter in pan with marshmallows ready to go in
melted marshmallows with butter
  • Mix 6 cups of rice Krispies with 3 Tbsp. of butter that you have melted with 5 cups of miniature marshmallows.
  • Place in a pyrex glass pan that you have sprayed with oil.
  • Pat down with parchment paper so they do not stick to your fingers.
  • Place in the refrigerator to cool for about 30 minutes.
Rice Krispie Treats in the Pyrex pan
Rice Krispie treats in Pyrex pan
cookie cutters used to cut rice Krispie treats

Cutting your Valentine’s Day treats

I used an assortment of fun Valentine’s Day cookie cutters that I had on hand. Hearts in several sizes and this cute love cookie cutter.

You want to cut them before they become too chilled, as it is easier to cut them.

Rice Krispie treats cut out with cookie cutters.

Preparing the Chocolate to dip your Valentine’s treats

  • Using a double boiler, place the Chocolate melts in the top pan and allow them to melt fully.
  • I added a little bit of canola oil to thin the Chocolate slightly.
  • Dip your Rice Krispie treat or cookie in the Chocolate and place it on a cookie sheet covered with parchment paper.
  • If you want to color your Chocolate, I use this Ameri Color candy dye. A few drops go a long way. I used three drops to get this light pink color.
White Chocolate melts and chocolate candy dye
White chocolate in a double boiler pan
Dipping pretzels in melted white chocolate
a woman dipping a cookie in chocolate

If you want to use sprinkles, sprinkle them on when the Chocolate is still wet. Place them on the parchment paper and place the tray in the refrigerator to cool quickly.


Other cookies I dipped in Chocolate.

Isn’t everything better when it is dipped in Chocolate? I certainly think so. I chose to dip chocolate Oreos and vanilla wafters in addition to the rice Krispie treats and pretzels. It created such a pretty presentation on the plate. Once the first layer of Chocolate dried, I added a bit more canola oil to the Chocolate to thin it out. Next. I put a slight drizzle of the opposite color of Chocolate on the cookies using a spoon as you can see in the image below

drizzling chocolate on cookies
heart rice Krispie dipped in Chocolate

Rice Krispie Treats dipped in chocolate

A yummy Valentine's day Treat, heart-shaped rice Krispie treats dipped in chocolate.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword lemon desserts, lemon custard, Rice Krispies treats, Valentine’s Day Treats,
Prep Time 1 hour
Servings 8 servings
Calories 90kcal
Cost $15


  • 1 double boiler
  • 1 measuring cup
  • 1 Mixing Bowl
  • 1 Measuring spoons


  • 6 Cups Rice Krispies
  • 3 tbsp Butter
  • 5 Cups Miniature Marshmallows


  • Melt Butter in a saucepan.
  • Add marshmallows and melt until smooth.
  • Pour over the dry rice Krispies and mix well.
  • Spray a Pyrex pan with canola oil.
  • Pour the rice Krispie mixture over into the Pyrex pan.
  • Pat down with your hand using a piece of parchment paper.
  • Put in the refrigerator to cool


You will need two bags of white chocolate melts to dip in the chocolate.
Melt the chocolate in the double boiler, and thin it with canola oil if needed.
Dip your rice Krispies or cookies in the chocolate and cool on parchment paper.

Well, that’s about it for me. I hope you enjoyed my Valentine’s Day treats.

Next up is my friend Laura from @everydayedits. You will see that Laura and I think alike. Nothing better than something sweet and salty.

Hoping you have a wonderful day.


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  1. Oh my. Sweet treats are my love language and these look delish, Wendy! I’m going to share a link to your Valentine’s treats in my weekly recap post tomorrow.

    1. Hi Jen, Thank you so much. I apologize for being so late to respond. We have been in Florida visiting our new grandson.

    1. Thank you Elizabeth, I hope you had a great weekend.

  2. Dipping the Rice Crispy Treats in chocolate definitely takes them to the next level. Love your cookie cutters.

  3. We love Rice Krispie treats and yours are so cute! The hearts and letters, dipped in chocolate are so fun and festive. Pinned!

  4. Cindy@CountyRoad407 says:

    The cut out L O V E letters are so cute and what a great idea to cut them out with rice krispie treats! My family would love this and how fun for a party?! Thank you for joining us this month. Happy LUV day. pinned

  5. 5 stars
    Wendy, I’ve forgotten all about Rice Krispie treats!!! Thanks for the great idea to cut them into hearts and dip them. 🙂 This treat would be fun to send up for our grandson and my son/DIL for Valentine’s Day!! Nice surprise and they will ship well.

    Have a great Valentine’s Day!
    Happy Valentine’s hugs,
    Barb 🙂

    1. I am so glad you enjoyed my post Barb.. Happy to hear you are feeling better.
      Happy Valentine’s Day to you too.

  6. 5 stars
    Mmmm these look so good Wendy, I can’t tell you the last time I had a rice krispie treat! Need to make these for my boys, they will love them <3

    1. Oh, girlfriend, you are missing out! Hurry, run to the market…. You will enjoy them just as much as the boys.

  7. I love chocolate covered anything… pretty much. Thanks for all these great ideas, and welcome to the PC group! Pinned!

    1. Thank you, Christy. They are always a good staple to have around for the little ones.

  8. I love rice krispee treats, too and make them with a bunch of butter. Dipping them in chocolate and sprinkles would definitely up the yum factor for Valentine’s; great idea!

    1. Thank you, Lora. I agree the more butter the better, right?

  9. A rice krispy treat dipped in chocolate! Yes, please. So many yummy treats perfect for Valentine’s Day!

  10. these all look so good Wendy! Who doesn’t love rice krispy treats? I’ll be making these for sure! xo

    1. Thank you, Susan. They were so good with the chocolate on them, yummy!

  11. Using cookie cutters really takes this Rice Krispie treat to the next level! The dipped cookies and pretzels look so pretty on your platter. I love this idea, and I bet my grand littles will love them too!

    1. Thank you, Michelle. Yes, I agree the cookie cutters did the trick. Any yes, the grands loved it all!

  12. Yum! This would be so much fun to do with my granddaughter. Hugs to you.

  13. I love this idea, you can dip anything in chocolate and it looks and tastes amazing. What a fun idea.

    1. You are so right, Marty. Chocolate makes everything better.

  14. I’m sure your grandkids couldn’t wait to dig into this pretty tray of treats! The rice Krispy hearts are so cute!

    1. Thank you, Cindy. Yes, the grandkids had more than their fair share.

    1. Thank you Michele, I appreciate you stopping by for a visit.

  15. HI Wendy. So pretty and easy! Love this idea! Pinned!
    laura in Colorado

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