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As I was thinking of what theme I wanted to create this year for Valentine’s Day, I remembered I had an old type writer in the attic and that’s how I came up with the “You’re Just My Type” Valentine’s Day Dessert Table.
When I was deciding on a dessert menu. I wanted to create a table that would be fun, tasty and VERY easy to put together. Of course having some Pillsbury recipes helped me tremendously. This table is full of easy, fun and delicious recipes. Some can be made days in advance or even frozen weeks in advance.
The kid’s arrived 30 minutes before the party. They had tons of fun decorating the cookies.
With the help of Pillsbury this party has something for everyone, kid’s and adults!
CHALK BOARD SIGN
Chalk boards are everywhere now. A one time purchase that can be used over and over again!
This banner is simple and inexpensive to make. Click on “felt banner” above to find out how I made this banner.
Adding a garland across the front of your table adds texture and color. Click on “pom pom garland” above to find out how I made this garland.
An old type writer I had in the attic. I styled this whole party around this type writer. Sometimes it takes one thing to get the ball rolling.
Having food labels that coordinate with your theme adds another layer of interest. Here is the template for the You’re Just My Type Label. I left this label blank so you could either write or stamp on it.
I always try to have a fun way to say “thank you for coming”. See the little ones eyes light up when they open this party favor. The pouches are filled with candy and little toys. Click on “party favors” above to find out how I made these party favors.
Filled with cookie butter and coated with a dark chocolate. Your guests will love these delicious morsels. This candy can be made a week in advance! The name of the recipe is the link to the recipe.
Fun for everyone! Easy to make and as cute as can be! The name of the recipe is the link to the recipe.
Pop in your mouth burst of cherry goodness! The name of the recipe is the link to the recipe.
Eating a cookie on a stick. A fun way to serve a cookie. The first thing the kid’s will run to. Thanks Pillsbury for this Valentine Cookie Pops recipe! The name of the recipe is the link to the recipe.
Trying to get a 4 year old to “pretend” she’s taking a bite for a picture is NOT possible.
Finally stopped to pose and look my way.
Simple, delicious and fun! Thanks Pillsbury for this tasty Sweetheart Cinnamon Rolls recipe! The name of the recipe is the link to the recipe.
The best gum drops I’ve ever had! Not too chewy, full of cherry flavor and VERY easy to make. The name of the recipe is the link to the recipe.
If you’ve never made puppy chow before now is the time to try. Possibly the easiest treat to make and VERY addicting!
The puppy chow can be made days in advance of your event. Store in a zip top bag. The name of the recipe is the link to the recipe.
I HOPE YOU HAD A WONDERFUL TIME CELEBRATING VALENTINE’S DAY WITH ME AND WILL CREATE SOME OF THE PILLSBURY RECIPES FOR YOUR VALENTINE’S DAY CELEBRATION.
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