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Schell: Tasty Treasures for Valentines

Debbie Donahue, owner/baker of Tasty Treasures Baking Company, is at the Kelowna Farmers and Crafters Market in Parkinson Rec Centre Saturdays. - Contributed
Debbie Donahue, owner/baker of Tasty Treasures Baking Company, is at the Kelowna Farmers and Crafters Market in Parkinson Rec Centre Saturdays.
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Love is in the air. It’s February—the month to celebrate the people we love.

For many of us, the best way to a person’s heart is through their belly and I have some delicious ideas this week that are sure to steer cupid’s arrow in the right direction.

For all of the sweethearts in your life, tall and small, I recommend making a beeline to the Kelowna Farmers & Crafters Market at Parkinson Recreation Centre on Saturday (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.). First stop: The table laden with mouth-watering heart-shaped tasty treats, or should I say, Tasty Treasures.

From her delicious mini biscotti to her beautiful Valentine cookies and cupcakes, Debbie Donahue’s Tasty Treasures Baking Company, creates baking that truly tastes like home.

Almost too pretty to eat (almost), the red velvet and triple chocolate cupcakes are absolutely gorgeous and sure to deliver a thrill.

Her delicately iced Valentine sugar cookies are simply beautiful and, for the chocolate hound in your life, like me, the heart-shaped chocolate brownies are sure to send your main squeeze into a swoon.

Debbie uses only the best quality ingredients in her baking with no preservatives and she infuses it with the most important ingredient—love. Her passion for creating delicious and beautiful baking is evident in both taste and design.

Why not share the love this year? Let Debbie do the baking for you. She has a wide array of other tasty treasures to choose from all year long.

www.tastytreasures.ca or call 250-860-6129.

Jennifer Schell is editor of B.C. Wine Trails.

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