Simple and Sweet: Valentine’s Day Willow Bird Baking Style

by Julie Ruble on February 12, 2011 · 7 comments

The weekend before Valentine’s Day is here! Time to make mailboxes, buy those chalky-but-obligatory conversation hearts, and plan an amazing meal for your sugarmuffin (even if your sugarmuffin happens to be yourself)!

Here are some of Willow Bird Baking’s favorites (with some notes to help you decide):

Breathtaking Breakfasts in Bed

1. Eggs in a French Toast Basket (use a heart-shaped cookie cutter!)
2. Blueberry Stuffed French Toast Bowls

3. Raspberry Almond Braid
4. Buttermilk Cranberry Scones
5. Pecan Maple Bacon Pancakes
6. Carrot Cake Waffles

Elegant Entrées

1. Billion Cheese Ravioli with Red Pepper Pancetta Sauce
2. Deep Dish Pizza Cupcakes

3. Apple, Brie, and Toasted Pecan Panini
4. Heart-Shaped Ravioli with Red Sauce

Darling Desserts

1. Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting & Chocolate Hearts
2. Strawberry Jam Cupcakes
3. Mango Raspberry Rosecakes
4. Red Velvet Cheesecake

5. Valentine’s Truffles in Heart-Shaped Box
6. Angelic Cherry Mousse Tunnel Cake with Whipped Frosting
7. Red Berry Pie
8. Red Velvet and Oreo Kisses

9. Raspberry Cream Cheese Tart
10. Strawberry Sour Cream

Strawberry Sour Cream

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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KeepItSweet February 12, 2011 at 8:12 am

Wow, so many delicious looking desserts. I think your red velvet cheesecake is my favorite, though!


Judy February 12, 2011 at 2:07 pm

Everything looks wonderful. But this year we’re going out with friends for Valentines Day and I don’t have to wrestle with what to cook. I’m a little disappointed. I enjoy theme cooking.


Joanne February 12, 2011 at 2:28 pm

You know, I have to say I’m kind of happy I’m single for V-Day this year. So that I won’t have to share any of these fabulous treats with anyone else!


Megan February 13, 2011 at 3:55 pm

I still have that billion cheese ravioli bookmarked, and I will make it someday! Hope you had a nice weekend!


judy t February 22, 2011 at 9:47 am

Julie, I can’t find any other way to contact you, but wanted to let you know how very proud I am of you!! I was the assistant principal at your elemenetary school. It is awesome to see you as a productive adult! Can’t believe you have the time to do all of this AND TEACH!! The Observer article was great! Best wishes!


Julie @ Willow Bird Baking February 22, 2011 at 12:26 pm

How wonderful to hear from you!! I heard from Mrs. Shaughnessy as well — I’m so glad about the article in the paper for this very reason. So neat to get back in touch with wonderful people from my past :) Thanks so much!


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