If you are hosting a playdate, GNO or just a quiet evening for two, here’s a fun collection of sweets and treats to inspire you.
Take a gander at the how-to for this red velvet cake from Sprinkle Bakes.
The Farm Chicks’ Sweetie Pies are easy enough for the little ones to help make them.
Break out your cookie cutters and make these fruit kabobs from Parents.
My baking skills are limited to cupcakes and brownies, but this Cherry Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake was ridiculously easy! Check out my step by step tutorial.
Whether you are getting the girls together for an anti-Valentine’s Day powwow or snuggling up with your special someone, create one of these pretty cocktails at Make Merry Events.
Make every drink prettier with these Valentine’s paper straws from Paper Source.
Looking for a night out to make a special treat? There are lots of classes going on, here are a few…
Trophy Cupcakes is having a Valentine Cupcake Decorating Class with on February 1 or 2 6:30PM – 8:00PM at the Trophy Party Room in Wallingford Center. This will be a fun filled night with hands on decorating instruction in a party atmosphere that will include Trophy cupcakes, prosecco and yummy hors d’oeuvres. To sign up call their party line at 206-390-0900.
Kirkland’s Sur La Table is also hosting a cupcake decorating class on February 12 where you’ll get to make delights like Red Velvet Cupcakes with Orange-Cream Cheese Frosting and Devil’s Food Cupcakes with Pink Buttercream Frosting.
Dawn’s Candy And Cake in Bothell has a number of classes they offer, from Valentine’s truffles and cake pops to chocolate clay roses. Sign up early, I bet they fill up fast.
V is for Valentine…area PCC Natural Markets are hosting cooking classes for 2 and 3 year olds and an adult helper to make heart-shaped mini pizzas, Hearts and Flowers Tossed Salad Kabobs and frost their own cupcakes. And since it’s PCC, you know it will be vegetarian, with dairy optional; no eggs. Seriously, hop on that…as I write this, half the locations are already booked up!