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Heart-Shaped Valentine’s Pizza, Doughnuts & More

All sorts of restaurants are reshaping their food into heart-shaped creations for you to feast on for Valentine’s Day. How can you resist?

Baskin Robbins: Through Sunday, get $2 off the heart-shaped Sweetheart Polar Pizza or $3 off any other ice cream cake purchase of $15 or more with coupons available at www.baskinrobbins.com.

Buca di Beppo: Get a heart-shaped lasagna as part of their Valentine’s Classic Love Package, a $49.99 dine-in only special. You also get a salad and mini chocolate chip cannoli.

Cinnabon: Not heart-shaped food, but you can get a heart-shaped cinnamon roll box with nine MiniBons while supplies last.

Cold Stone Creamery: The Fudge Truffle Decadence Ice Cream Cake sounds amazing! It’s a heart-shaped cake with layers of red velvet cake – available for a limited time.

Dairy Queen: The new heart-shaped Dipped Strawberry Cupid Cake made with chunks of Ghirardelli is available at participating locations nationwide. PLEASE be available in Sacramento, because this should crazy good!

Dunkin’ Donuts: The stores have oodles and oodles heart-shaped flavored doughnuts to choose from.

Krispy Kreme: Get a Cookies & Kreme Heart, Pink Heart with strawberry icing and the Sprinkle Heart. Yes please! Plus you can get a free three-pack for every $10 spent on gift cards.

Papa John’s: You can get a one-topping heart-shaped pizza and a double chocolate chip brownie or chocolate chip cookie for $15. Or get two one-topping heart-shaped pizzas for $18 at participating locations.

Papa Murphy’s: One of my favorites! Get a heart-shaped pizza called the HeartBaker for $7.  Or get the HeartBaker Pizza AND cookie dough for $10.

Pizza Hut: For the first time ever at Pizza Hut, you can get a one-topping heart-shaped pizza for $12.99 OR for $17.99 you can include your choice of a brownie or chocolate chip cookie.

Starbucks: Along with the new Cherry Mocha drink , they also have heart sugar cookies topped with a white or pink chocolate coating and sprinkles.

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