14 Valentine's Day Treats To Bring To Work, Because It's Fun Being The Office Favorite

Making yummy Valentine's Day treats isn't just for kids — your coworkers will be raining praise on you for bringing them some homemade goodies on Feb. 14. As a former office worker myself, I know that the only thing that delights me more than my morning tea is a cookie, cupcake, or snack to go with it. Not only do you want something that everyone will love, you'll want to make snacks that are easy to transport and easy to eat, so both you and your coworkers have a no-hassle, super sweet munching experience. Break out your heart-shaped sprinkles, and try out one of these delicious recipes.

Image: Bake Love Give

Valentine Chocolate Bark

Not only is this a pretty and festive treat, but it can be easily transported and shared whether you go for symmetrical pieces or not.

Image and recipe: A Spicy Perspective

Chocolate Chunk Bagels

This recipe combines your coworkers’ love of bagels with their love of chocolate. Perfection.

Image and recipe: Confections of a Foodie Bride

Chocolate Frosted Cake Donuts

If donuts are more your office’s thing, try these mini-cake ones. You can use V-Day themed sprinkles to brighten them up!

Image and recipe: How Sweet It Is

Salted Caramel Chocolate Biscotti

Your coworkers will savor their much-needed morning coffee even more when they get to pair it with these delicious biscotti cookies.

Image and recipe: Jelly Toast

Chocolate Cherry French Macarons

Macarons are very trendy right now, and they make for an adorable, bite-sized snack.

Image and recipe: Taste and Tell

Itty Bitty Valentine's Day Chocolate Chip Cookies

You won’t feel as guilty snacking on these cookies since they’re so adorably small.

Image and recipe: Bake Love Give

Strawberry Wonton Cups

Want a fresh take on a Valentine’s Day dessert? These wonton cups definitely stand out among all the chocolate and frosted dishes.

Image and recipe: Damn Delicious

Homemade Fortune Cookies

I’m a huge fan of fortune cookies, and these can double as little Valentine’s Day cards. Print out some nice, work-related words of encouragement to put inside before handing them out around the office.

Image and recipe: Mel’s Kitchen Cafe

Chocolate-Covered Cherry Cordials

Another great, bite-sized treat. And if you’re not a fan of cherries, try another filling.

Image and recipe: A Farmgirl’s Dabbles

Valentine’s Day Chocolate-Covered Pretzel Chips

A simple combination of salty and sweet, these would make an excellent after-lunch snack.

Image and recipe: Family Fresh Cooking

Valentine’s Day Popcorn Snack Mix

Another scrumptious salty-and-sweet treat that you and your coworkers can enjoy at your own pace.

Image and recipe: Family Fresh Cooking

Red Velvet Cream Cheese Muffins

These red velvet muffins are almost too pretty to eat — almost.

Image and recipe: Averie Cooks

Brazilian Chocolate Truffles

Called Brigadeiros, these are basically the definition of “good things come in small packages.”

Image and recipe: Half Baked Harvest

Strawberry Bread with Strawberry Cream Cheese Glaze

If you’re looking for something a little more substantial than a cupcake or a cookie, try this strawberry bread. It’s pink!

Image and recipe: Cookies and Cups