This is perfect if you:
A: follow a raw diet
B: prefer fruit to dessert
C: are on a diet
D: forgot that it is St Valentine and need to make something quickly!
All you need is a knife and a hear shaped cookie cutter. My heart cookie cutters get lots of use, look at some St Valentine examples from the past years:
Heart Biscuits for Saint Valentine
|These are decorated with fondant icing, just roll the fondant and cut using the same cookie cutter as for the biscuit below. Brush the (baked) biscuit with a little jam and place the cut out fondant on top for a smooth finish. For more ideas click here.|
|And these are Vegan|
Heart Sushi and Onigiri for Saint Valentine
Vegan sushi shaped like hearts (like in this photos, you can find the link here), I use a sushi rolling mat for the sushi, but a cookie cutter for the onigiri.
|Daikon and beetroot salad, using cookie cutters (and not only hearts)|
Heart Cake Pops
|Chocolate fondant heart pops, click here|
Inside a Heart
|No cookie cutter here, but I love this strawberry pudding! And the chance to take out my heart bowls .|
|I made these years ago: a Twilight appetizer (tomatoes, EVO oil and Modena balsamic) and Twilight dessert (Black sesame agar agar with rose syrup and rose petals).|
They are classy and they are all Vegan, click here to read.
Rich Chocolate, and hand made heart flags
|From my book Party Food for Girls, Photo by Shaun Cato-Symonds, Recipe by Alessandra Zecchini © I used the cookie cutter to draw the outlines of the paper hearts.|
Photos and recipes by Alessandra Zecchini