Easy Valentine’s Day Patties

Celebrate the sweetness of Valentine’s Day with these Easy Valentine’s Day Patties – you choose the flavor!

Celebrate the sweetness of Valentine's Day with these Easy Valentine's Day Patties - you choose the flavor! | MomOnTimeout.com

Come on now! You guys all KNEW this one was coming, right?  I revamped my easy Christmas Peppermint Patties and I made my most favorite flavor ever – cherry! Now, obviously you could use whatever flavor of extract your heart desires.  Strawberry, cherry, vanilla, rum, banana…you get the idea, yes?

Now if you’re like one of those super moms, you could totally make multiple flavors and be the talk of the town. Strawberry pink patties, cherry red patties, pina colada white patties. Just threw that in there.

Now I want to make pina colada patties. Shoot!

Celebrate the sweetness of Valentine's Day with these Easy Valentine's Day Patties - you choose the flavor! | MomOnTimeout.com

So you might have noticed that I added a few twists to these patties. One, some of these bad boys are heart shaped.  Cause who can resist hearts when we’re so close to Valentine’s Day? Not me!

Super easy to do.  Just make your patties as instructed and then use a small heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut the heart-pattie out.  I totally tried to roll out the dough and cut them out like sugar cookies BUT it.just.didn’t.work. Whatevs. This was just as easy. Oh yeah. Those scraps? Totally reusable AND those sweet thangs are what gave me my next idea…

You can make tie-dye looking hearts (or circles!) by just rolling together two or more colors at a time! Super easy and my kids totally think I’m a genius now.  I’m not sure why they didn’t before but…ok.

Celebrate the sweetness of Valentine's Day with these Easy Valentine's Day Patties - you choose the flavor! | MomOnTimeout.com

So when you’re all done (10 minutes later) you can package these up for the kiddos or be a hoarder and eat them all by yourself.  I will NOT judge.

Celebrate the sweetness of Valentine's Day with these Easy Valentine's Day Patties - you choose the flavor! | MomOnTimeout.com

Oh my goodness these things are addictive!  Get them out of your house quick if you can :)  So there you have it, totally easy Valentine’s Day Patties. Make them. Now!

Celebrate the sweetness of Valentine's Day with these Easy Valentine's Day Patties - you choose the flavor! | MomOnTimeout.com

Easy Valentine’s Day Patties
You're going to love this Easy Valentine's Day Patties recipe! Super easy to make, fantastically festive, and always a hit with kids and adults alike. These holiday treats are perfectly sweet treats for friends and family on this special day!
  • ¼ cup butter, softened
  • ⅓ cup light corn syrup
  • 4 cups powdered sugar, divided
  • 1 - 2 tsp your choice of extract or candy flavoring
  • food coloring - preferably gel or paste
  • ½ cup granulated sugar (to roll balls in)
  1. Combine butter and corn syrup together in a small bowl.
  2. Add 2 cups powdered sugar and your choice of extract and beat until well combined. Add extract ½ teaspoon at a time until the mixture reaches your desired flavor.
  3. Stir in an additional cup of powdered sugar.
  4. Turn bowl onto a cutting board sprinkled with last cup of powdered sugar.
  5. Knead the mixture until sugar is absorbed and is completely smooth.
  6. Divide dough into three portions.
  7. Tint one portion red with the red food color/gel and one pink. Leave one portion white.
  8. Shape into ¾ inch balls and roll in granulated sugar.
  9. Flatten gently with a fork.
  10. Use a small heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut into heart shapes. (Optional)
  11. Let candies stand, uncovered, at room temperature for 1 day.
  12. Store in an airtight container.

Celebrate the sweetness of Valentine's Day with these Easy Valentine's Day Patties - you choose the flavor!


More Valentine’s Day treats:

Strawberry and White Chocolate Cake Mix Cookie Recipe

Strawberry and White Chocolate Cookies


Red Velvet White Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Valentine's Day Gumdrops

Homemade Valentine’s Day Gumdrops


Chewy Chocolate Cherry Cookies

Valentine's Day Popcorn Balls

Valentine’s Day Popcorn Balls

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  1. Oh my gosh these are so cute!! I saw them on Pinterest and just knew they were yours. Love the different flavors possible. Can’t get the piña colada out of my head now. Thanks!!

  2. “Do you like Pina Coladas….getting caught in the rain?” :) I’ll bet those would be delish! These are so cute! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  3. These are gorgeous and so vibrant!

  4. Oh this is so bad. I have all those ingredients in my baking cabinet AND I was just looking at my candy flavoring wondering what I would make next with it. I WILL end up making these & I WILL end up eating all of them – all by myself. :)

    Thanks Trish
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  5. So flipping cute!!
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  6. Trish, these are the sweetest! I love all the little holiday-themed candies you make. Already pinned and I will definitely pin them some more. Thanks for sharing, girl. Have a fabulous week!

  7. Really cute:-) I like the idea of changing up the flavors. Will make!

  8. These are so cute Trish! I love your patties and especially the tie dye ones! Pinning!
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  9. How cute are these … teeny weenie little hearts … adorable! I love the way you think … opened a can of pineapple over the weekend for the juice … to make Pina Coladas … not kidding!
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  10. these are just too sweet :)
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  11. Those look like they would be so easy to make and they are perfect for Valentine’s Day!
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  12. LOVE these! They are so cute and would be perfect to bag up and give out for Valentine’s Day!
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  13. This might be a silly question, but where do I find these extracts or candy flavorings?

  14. gaaaaahhhhh!!! My Grammie used to make these mints! I soooo clearly remember them! But when she made them, they were always pastel colored. I love the vibrant colors you have here! Gorgeous!! It’s been so many years since I’ve had these – I cannot wait to make these!!! Thanks Trish! :)
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  15. The kids and I just made some of these and they are so yummy! I didn’t have any extracts besides vanilla and lemon (neither sounded appealing) so we used unsweetened Kool Aid powder, they have a bit of a sour aftertaste though, I think we used too much. We put in a little more than a half a teaspoon of Kool Aid powder, in case anyone is wondering how much is too much. Half as much would have been the right amount, but I had two kids helping so I had to let them both add some.

  16. so pretty and festive!
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  17. I absolutely love these. So cute and they look tasty as well!

  18. These are so cute, can’t wait to try them! I’m hoping they’re the texture of after dinner or butter mints, I love those. :-)
    I’ll need to cover them though, I have pets in the house.

  19. I always loved these. So glad to find the recipe. Thanks so much for sharing. I know what I will be doing tomorrow.


  20. What can be used instead of corn syrup.

  21. What a fun Valentine’s Day sweet! I love the swirled ones!

  22. These are so cute! Homemade candies are very personal gifts, and it’s great how easy this is. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.

  23. These look great and will be making them with a group of kids. About how many does one recipe make?

  24. Was wondering how long these usually last/if they had an expiration date?

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