Simple joys make for happy days. Often it’s the little things that make our day, like these easy heart shaped biscuits for Valentine’s Day or for every day. This simple recipe is so easy to do that you could do it with very little effort and last minute. It’s so easy that young kids can even help. With the quick press of a cookie cutter on flattened biscuits you get heart shaped biscuits. Presto! Simple. Good. Fun. Kid pleasing too!
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I love these simple sweet biscuits. Show your family some easy love by pressing a heart shape into biscuits and bake them. Top it with sprinkles, bake, then add butter, and honey, or syrup and you have a delicious fun and festive treat to share. I know your kids and family will love these quick prep biscuits. My family adores them!
Supplies Needed to Make Heart Shaped Biscuits
There are only a few supplies and ingredients needed to make these biscuits. You will love how easy and straightforward this is to accomplish. From just a very simple task I can get smiles from my kids as I place these biscuits on the table. As a busy mom, this is what I look for … a simple easy prep for food that brings a smile to my son’s faces. It’s a win-win!
You will need:
- Pillsbury Grands Flaky biscuits (or other refrigerated premade biscuits in a can) Obviously homemade biscuits would work too, try out my recipe: Quick Sweet Biscuits with Cream and Honey
- a heart cookie cutter, preferably near the size of a flattened biscuit
- red sugar sprinkles
- maple or strawberry syrup (optional)
- honey (optional)
- baking pan or cookie sheet
Yes! That’s it! It’s such a simple idea. You can go wrong here and you could get the kids to help. Having fun and helping in the kitchen is great for kids! Make your Valentine’s day simple with a very simple prep heart treat.
Directions for Making these easy Heart Shaped biscuits
Open the biscuit can and place the biscuits on the cookie sheet spread out as best as you can. Use your hand to flatten all the biscuits. Press the heart shaped cookie cutter into the biscuits to cut a heart shape. I cut it all the way through and the biscuit edges tend to stay with the heart as the bread expands while it bakes.
Sprinkle each biscuit with the desired red sprinkles. I use the sugar type sprinkles. Cook until golden, according to directions on the biscuit container (often around 13-18 minutes).
Pull biscuits out of the oven and top with butter, if desired. Drizzle honey or maple syrup over the biscuits to make them extra yummy.
Store the leftover biscuits in an airtight container to keep them fresh.
When to enjoy…
These biscuits are great for breakfast, but honestly, they would work for any meal of the day or even a snack. My youngest loved to enjoy them in the morning with maple syrup, like a pancake meal. I did save the leftovers and they were great the next day too.
Enjoy these biscuits within a day or so of making them because they tend to get too hard if you wait to consume them beyond that timeframe. Fresh is best here like with most food.
Heart Shaped Biscuits
- 8 biscuits refrigerated premade biscuits
- 2 Tbsp red sugar sprinkles
- 3 Tbsp honey optional
- 3 Tbsp maple syrup optional
- 4 Tbsp butter to top the biscuits once cooked
Great memories can happen with holiday-themed foods and this one is so easy to do it takes mere minutes. This simple idea can easily be carried over to other holidays by using other cookie cutters for Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Halloween. In this easy way, you can put a smile on your kids’ faces easily and simply by dressing up biscuits. Kids love this kind of stuff! Any added way to celebrate a holiday is a total bonus and adds to the holiday spirit.
Doing this for a birthday is also a fun idea if you find a cookie cutter in the shape of a favorite activity your child enjoys such as one related to a sport or an animal-shaped cookie cutter.
Vary the color of sprinkles for fun as well. Match up your sprinkles to go with the specific holiday.
Try adding other things as well such as raisins, dried cranberries, or press chocolate chips into the biscuits. Topping the biscuits with coconut or frosting, or even different flavored syrups can be tasty and fun too.
Making the biscuits into an egg sandwich is another fun holiday idea.
Other Valentine’s Day Ideas:
Here are some other simple fun ideas to make your Valentine’s Day more fun. Some food ideas and non-food ideas to make your celebration of the day of love even better. Keeping things simple and easy and yet oh so yummy and good make for a smooth Valentine’s Day prep. These food recipes are very kid-friendly as well, some favorites in my house.
The ice cream sandwiches shown below are made with graham crackers. They make the perfect ice cream sandwiches. Other candies would top these including cherry gummy hearts, red or pink sprinkles, or even strawberry or raspberry slices.
This ice cream cake shown below is so delicious. It’s a true favorite at my house and it’s quite simple to make. Click the link below to see the recipe.
Valentine’s Day ideas for couples. Your partner will love a massage with this amazing smelling massage oil, and you will too! Make it a part of your celebration of love this year. You will feel great and smell amazing after your massages.
Looking for gift ideas for the man in your life? Here are some gift ideas that are experiences and some that are items. Remember experiences as gifts create better memories … almost always.
I hope you enjoy these Valentine’s Day heart shaped biscuits and these Valentine’s Day ideas. Don’t forget to pick up biscuits on your next store run or order so you can make this simple last-minute recipe for biscuits. Surprise your kids on Valentine’s Day morning with love shaped biscuits!
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