I am excited to share this wonderful treat idea with you on our third day of our 14 Days of Valentine’s Day Sweets. Today’s recipe comes from Olivia at This N That with Olivia. She has created these delicious and super easy Rice Krispie Heart Pops that are perfect for your kids and family. These are a fun family activity to do with the kids and allow them to decorate their own. Since these treats are on a stick, you can easily give them as a gift or include them in a Valentine’s Bouquet.
For our second day of Valentine’s Day sweets, we have a decadent treat from Mary at Just Plum Crazy. She is sharing this amazing Chocolate Strawberry Cheesecake Oreos Recipe. These look amazing and are a great way to treat the cheesecake lovers in your family. Switch things up with this tantalizing treat and surprise them this Valentine’s Day with these scrumptious bites. Just make sure you make some for yourself because you know you want one, or two!
Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CueTheNewYear #CueVapor #SatisfactionAtLast #CollectiveBiasThis post is intended for an audience of adults age 18 and older. With the New Year comes resolutions and one of my resolutions has been to tackle the areas of clutter in our home. One of the most cluttered areas is my husband’s night stand in our bedroom.
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