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This Valentine’s Day, skip the fruit basket or heart-shaped chocolate sampler and impress your gals, pals, and/or partner with something more creative like this heart-shaped fruit artistry! Serve them as a cute snack, alongside a lovingly prepared brunch, or as a centerpiece on a V-Day board!
For other Valentine’s Day (and Galentine’s Day) ideas, try my Galentine’s Day Dessert Board, Cheese and Chocolate Board, Bacon Bouquet Board, Valentine’s Dessert Board, Chocolate Fruit Dip, Whipped Cream Cheese Dip, and Spiked Hot Chocolate Board.
Valentine’s Day Fruit Styling Ideas
From arranging finger-licking good wings to whipping up a sweet football dessert, these boards have a little something for everyone!
I love making these heart-shaped apples! They’re super easy to make and pair deliciously with most sweet and savory boards!
Tomato Hearts Caprese Skewers
These adorable skewers are easy to make and add the sweetest touch to any brunch! You can also make a whole antipasto spread with them (see my Antipasto Skewer Board).
Grape Heart Skewers
Similar to making the tomato roses, these grape roses are perfect for a sweet skewer! You can also use toothpicks to make hearts (just be sure to tell your guests so they don’t get a surprise!).
Really want to wow your guests? Level up from hearts and make this beautiful strawberry rose!
Cucumbers, while you may think of them as veggies, they are technically a fruit, so I’ve included these cutie cucumber hearts in my round up. They’re super easy and great for tea sandwiches. Full video coming next week.
And the video how-to….
Other Valentine’s Styling Ideas
Want to add even more style? Try turning your salami or prosciutto into rosettes!
How To Make a Prosciutto Rose
How To Make a Salami Rose
Salami Rose 2.0
Watch to the end for my recommendation for smaller sizes!
Show Me Your Valentine’s Snacks
I hope this post inspires you to make some of these recipes. Nothing makes me feel more loved than seeing the spreads you create from my tips. If you make something inspired by this post, please tag me at @ainttooproudtomeg so I can see and share!
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