We Ate a Little Love

Every day should be valentine’s day… right? So I thought I’d share with you our Valentine’s Day Dinner Specialty…

Burgers

Yes, you see correctly.. this is a hamburger all hearted out.
You too can have hamburgers of love… any day of the year if you like. All you need are some cookie cutters and kids (or kid acting adults) willing to help moosh things into shape.We happen to have a monster sized box full of multi-shaped and multiple sized cookie cutters… so this meal was accompanied by heart shaped watermelon as well.

😀
Happy hamburger lovin’!
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9 thoughts on “We Ate a Little Love”

  1. Jen – you are soooo cute. I never thought of heart hamburgers. I have heart pancake molds, poached egg pan, bread molds, cake pans and Jello molds. I just read someplace that you can use the cookie cutters for the pancakes also. Too funny. Ummm, if you would have served the meat raw, it wouldn’t have been too healthy but it would have been a good color.

    Sandra

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  2. Jen – you are soooo cute. I never thought of heart hamburgers. I have heart pancake molds, poached egg pan, bread molds, cake pans and Jello molds. I just read someplace that you can use the cookie cutters for the pancakes also. Too funny. Ummm, if you would have served the meat raw, it wouldn’t have been too healthy but it would have been a good color.

    Sandra

    Reply
  3. Jen – you are soooo cute. I never thought of heart hamburgers. I have heart pancake molds, poached egg pan, bread molds, cake pans and Jello molds. I just read someplace that you can use the cookie cutters for the pancakes also. Too funny. Ummm, if you would have served the meat raw, it wouldn’t have been too healthy but it would have been a good color.

    Sandra

    Reply

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