Can you believe Valentine’s Day is right around the corner? Whether you’re looking for a healthy treat that’s classroom ready or something sweet to snack on with your S.O., here are 5 easy Valentine’s Day snacks to share with your loves this Feb. 14.

Crush-worthy clementines

Just cut your clementine sections at an angle and skewer two together to make cupids bow.

Tomato togetherness

Cut your cherry tomatoes at an angle about 1/3 of the way down. Then cut the larger piece in half, longways. Skewer the two sides together to make a terrific tasting tomato heart.

Sentimental Cinnamon rolls

Open a can of cinnamon rolls. Carefully uncoil one cinnamon roll at a time and reform into a heart. Bake at temperature packaging suggests, but notice the time will have to be cut. Hearts are typically ready in about 5 minutes less that packaging suggests.

Partial to Pizza

Roll out pizza dough. Using a heart-shaped cookie cutter, cut shapes and gently remove the leftover dough. Top each heart with sauce, cheese and your favorite pizza toppings. Bake as directed by dough packaging, but know that time will be much less since dough pieces are much smaller than the original.

A soft spot for caprese salad

Buy a mozzarella cheese log and evenly and thinly slice (about 1/4″) the entire product. Cut tomatoes, and rinse and pat dry basil. Using a small heart-shaped cookie cutter, press a small heart shape from each mozzarella coin. Assemble salad with tomato at the base, basil in the middle, and heart-shaped mozzarella on top. Note: Be sure to use both the mozzarella and the “leftover” edges. Both will look cute in your salad.

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Meghan is a full-time writer exploring the fun facts behind food. She lives a healthy lifestyle but lives for breakfast, dessert and anything with marinara. She’s thrown away just as many meals as she’s proud of.