These were right up my alley...not a huge time commitment... and... I actually had all of the items needed to make them! Milk, red food coloring, and a silicon heart mold. (No, I'm not Martha, I simply have the heart mold because the girls found it at the dollar store in Target a few weeks ago and I let them buy it. No idea what we were going to use it for... other than plain ice cubes... but for a dollar I made the girls crazy happy. Wait until they see what mommy has up her sleeve now!)
I made our hearts on Monday afternoon and let them freeze overnight. The next morning... milk for breakfast with a little "I love you" slipped in! The girls were wild about them...and the hearts slowly turned the milk pink as they melted.
I highly recommend you try them!
Valentine's Milk Hearts
1 C Milk
10 - 20 drops red food coloring (less for pink hearts)
1 Heart shaped mold
Stir milk and food coloring together.
Poor into mold.
Serve in cold milk.