Get take-and-bake heart-shaped pizzas for $5

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It’s hard to top chocolate and roses for Valentine’s Day, but there is one other thing that is sure to win your valentine’s heart: pizza! And this Valentine’s Day, Aldi is offering a heart-shaped pizza that you can take home and bake for just $4.99.

The Mama Cozzi’s “Pizza My Heart” features a heart-shaped crust and is made with five different types of cheese, plus olive oil, garlic and herbs. You can add other toppings if you want something a little heartier than a cheese pizza. It’s available while supplies last and may not be at every Aldi location.

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If you don’t have an Aldi near you, both Papa John’s and Pizza Hut have offered heart-shaped pizzas in the past, so keep an eye on those pizza chains as we get closer to Valentine’s Day.

You could always make your own heart-shaped pizza, too, by simply shaping the dough like a heart before putting on your toppings and baking it.

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Looking for more heart-shaped food to eat on Valentine’s Day? There are tons of options!

If you have a Fresh Market near you, they’re offering heart-shaped steaks, crab cakes, cheesecake and fruit tarts, plus complete meals for two. You can also order (and ship directly to your valentine) a customizable heart-shaped box of Welch’s fruit snacks for $13.95 from Amazon.

If you want to start celebrating as soon as you wake up on Valentine’s Day morning, heart-shaped Cheerios are back, Target is selling heart-shaped hot cocoa bombs and you can even use a mini heart-shaped waffle maker to cook up a hearty breakfast for your beloved.

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You can also order Valentine’s Day meal baskets, such as these Hickory Farms baskets full of cheese, meat and wine. Another basket from Hickory Farms comes with wine and various sweet treats.

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Of course, you can also make your own Valentine’s Day treats, like these easy strawberry cake mix cookies, cherry pie “envelopes” or hey, why not a pickle bouquet?

How will you be celebrating this Valentine’s Day?

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