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Charismatic Valentines’ Treats

Charismatic Valentines Treats

Valentines’ Day is coming around the corner, and stores are embellished with hearts while the temporary chocolate stands at the malls are filled with long lines. Chocolate, a traditional gift that lovers and friends exchange with each other, originated from East Mexico by the Olmec civilization over 3000 years ago. But the stereotypical gift of chocolate bites out of heart-shaped boxes are becoming obsolete and lacking creativity. Check out these fun and unique homemade “chocolate” recipes:

1. Chocolate Chip Cookie Lollipop

chocolate chip heart cookie lollipop

Honesetly, who doesn’t appreciate creativity and freshness? All you need is a cookie cutter, some Chips Ahoy, and a lollipop stick, and voilà! Your cute little cookie “lollipops” are ready to be given.

2. Chocolate Messages

Secret message choco

You don’t have to understand hieroglyphics or fortune cookies to send secret, romantic messages. With some alphabet cookie cutters and chocolate, you can convey your affection for your date effectively and “uncheesily”.

3. Chocolate-covered Oreos

chocolate dipped oreos

Favorite cookie with milk? How about favorite cookie with chocolate? Double the oreo fun by covering this creamy chocolate cookie with even more chocolate! Does chocolate sound really repetitive? Doesn’t matter, because it tastes real good! I mean it is Valentines’ Day, so having some extra sweets wouldn’t hurt, right?

 

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Meng Fei Shen, KnightWriters Editor-in-Chief
Meng Fei is a member of the class of 2015 at Robinson High School. She in involved in Robinson's FBLA, JSA, and Model UN. She presides as the chapter vice president of Model UN and FBLA. Meng Fei is also the Florida state vice president of FBLA and a staff writer at tb-two*. She serves as the founder and executive director of the Pandeagle Cultural Institute (PCI), a non-profit organization missioned to teach the Chinese language and culture and assist impoverished children in China. In her spare time, Meng Fei enjoys ice skating and playing the piano and flute. She's also a fluent speaker in Mandarin Chinese and understands several other Chinese dialects.
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