Heart Shaped Roasted Potatoes

heart shaped roasted potatoes

Want to make your Valentine meal just a little more special? Heart shaped roasted poatoes an easy side dish that brings the everyday ordinary into something that adds a little love to your plate! Take those simple roasted potatoes to a whole new level with just a few extra minutes.

Slice the potatoes, then use a small heart cookie cutter to cut out the pieces. Soak them in ice water for an hour or so, to help make them crisp later. (Chop up the off cuts for soup or something.)

After you drain them, pat them dry with a paper towel.

Place them on a baking sheet, and lightly coat them with olive oil, then sprinkle on salt and grill seasoning (my fave!) Bake them at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes, flipping them half way through.

When the heart shaped roasted potatoes are done, then you have the sweetest side dish, perfect to share with the one you love.
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Comments

  1. This is such a sweet idea! We do a family Valentine’s dinner every year and it would be fun to make these. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks, Stacy! That would be fun for your dinner, for sure!

  3. Wow, this is such a great aidea!!

    We all love roasted potatoes and I’d love to do this on Valentine’s day.
    Thank you Gina:)

    Have a great week!

  4. This is such a cute idea Gina! And they look delicious too. :)

  5. How cute…. although I’m not sure my husband would even notice because when I’m making roasted potatoes he’s usually to busy inhaling them! haha

  6. I have made heart shaped biscuits, cookies, and cakes, but never would have thought of potatoes. Cute idea.

  7. Those spuds look so good. I love spuds and those sound and look too delicious to wait for Valentines to make. Yummmm. Wonder if we have any spuds left after hubs made a ham/potato soup.
    We’ve gotten pretty tired of the same old dishes we’ve been making for too long so I’ve been printing out several of the yummy recipes I find on the blogs. What a warehouse of great food. This will be one of them we’ll be making. So glad you shared these Gina, excellent. Now where’s my heart shaped cookie cutter?

  8. Adorable! Would be really cute for Vday especially on top a hearty tomato soup.

  9. I love seasoned potatoes! What a fun idea to serve them as heart shapes for Valentine’s Day! Pinned!

  10. lovely idea xo

  11. I love them! I got to do this on Valentine’s day!

  12. I am so doing this for my boyfriend on Valentines night :)

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  13. Una idea de lo más original!
    Ana de JUEGO DE SABORES

  14. love these so pretty perfect for valentines day
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  15. Tami Lepley says:

    What is your favorite grill spice you talk about on your heart shaped roasted potatoes? I’m making them as we speak for a fun Sunday Valentine Dinner party!

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