Valentine’s Day, Heart Cake Dip!

It’s the holiday of love & sweets!

During the Christmas season here on the blog I made holiday truffles using Christmas snack cakes. This is the exact same idea, except I used the heart snack cakes and made it into a delightful dip, instead of a pop-able, sweet truffle. No matter which way you spin it, you can’t go wrong when turning a dessert into a new version of another delectable dessert that you can’t stop dipping into! You would think a dip like this would be almost too sweet, however, with some of the numerous tangy ingredients that I added, the flavor combinations balance each other out so incredibly well. Perfect, actually! There’s not better dessert dip to serve while celebrating the holiday of love regardless if you’re enjoying it with your friends, family, spouse, or even by yourself. Don’t ever think you can’t throw a party for YOU, Diamonds! It’s totally acceptable to wine and dine yourself for the ultimate gift of relaxation especially on Valentine’s Day. Loving yourself is important and doing it the day of love is even better.

How to make the heart cake dip:

  • Crumble up the entire box of heart cakes.
  • 1 cup of cool whip.
  • 1/3 cup of sour cream.
  • 1/2 block of cream cream.
  • Pink sugar sprinkles or any festive red and pink sprinkles you’d care to toss in.

You can combine this mixture with an electric hand mixture on high until everything is smooth, silky, and sensational!

You can serve this thick and creamy dessert dip with vanilla wafers. Animal crackers would be perfect as well.

  • There is no easier or more excellent dessert to whip up this Valentine’s Day! It is everything you crave in a dip and dessert all in one! Plus, its pretty in pink, so what’s better than that?

I hope you all have a very romantic Valentine’s Day, Diamonds!



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