Spring is in the air—at least if the Hallmark channel has anything to say about it! Along with warmer weather, daffodils and Easter baskets, Hallmark’s Spring Fever movies are the spring fling everyone needs.
Gather your peeps—both the human and marshmallow variety—and plan a viewing party. Serve a menu that screams spring with seasonal ingredients like rhubarb, asparagus, strawberries and more.
The Full Lineup of Spring Fever Flicks
Hallmark’s Spring Fever lineup will begin airing in February and runs at least through the end of March.
Scroll down to get a hint of what’s in store when sparks fly on-screen.
1. Love to the Rescue
Airs: Saturday, February 16 at 6 p.m./5c
Single mom Kate and single dad Eric are in a contest to see who should get custody of Bruce, a rescue dog. Will feelings get in the way?
2. Royal Matchmaker
Airs: Thursday, February 20 at 2 p.m./1c
She’s a New York City matchmaker, and he’s a prince looking for a bride. But when she finds him the perfect suitor, she realizes she’s the one in love. Can she win him over before the new bride does?
Relax and tune in with all of our favorite spring dessert recipes.
3. Like Cats & Dogs
Airs: Thursday, February 20 at 8 p.m./7c
Two complete opposites, Lara, a dog person, and Spencer, a cat person, have to share a vacation rental house when their reservations are crossed. Not only do their pets have to get along, but they have to get along, too.
4. Once Upon a Prince
Airs: Saturday, February 22 at 5 p.m./4c
Susanna thinks he’s just a handsome stranger visiting her parents’ store in Georgia, but when photos of them together get leaked, she quickly realizes he’s much more than meets the eye. He’s the next king of Cambria!
5. Bottled with Love
Airs: Monday, February 24 at 8 p.m./7c
Abbey, a Boston executive, writes an anonymous wish for love, puts it in a bottle and tosses it into the sea where it is ultimately discovered by Nick, the son of the CEO of Abbey’s company.
Have an incredible springtime dinner in front of the TV while you marathon these Hallmark flicks.
6. The Perfect Catch
Airs: Monday, March 23 at 8 p.m./7c
A single woman meets her old high school boyfriend and superstar baseball player in the midst of reinventing her struggling diner. But he didn’t come by just for the food.
7. Easter Under Wraps
Airs: Tuesday, March 24 at 6 p.m./5c
This movie is about Erika, a marketing director at Cavendish Chocolates, who goes undercover to find out why sales are down and meets a handsome chocolatier Bryan. Needless to say, things get complicated. Try your hand at creating swoon-worthy chocolate Easter eggs.
8. The Sweetest Heart
Airs: Tuesday, March 24 at 8 p.m./7c
Maddie makes cupcakes for a living, and when her business begins to fail, she enlists a handsome investment banker to help her out. The catch? Her first love, Nate, comes home for the first time in 14 years. Who will she choose?
9. A Brush with Love
Airs: Thursday, March 26 at 8 p.m./7c
Jamie is torn between her career and her love of painting. On top of that, she also has to choose between her best friend’s brother and a dashing businessman for love. Fortunately, these weeknight spring dinners make your movie night easy.
10. Flip That Romance
Airs: Thursday, March 26 at 10 p.m./9c
House flippers and exes Jules and Lance are in competition with each other to win a magazine spread in Innovative Designs. Whose duplex will win?
11. Moonlight in Vermont
Airs: Saturday, March 28 at 5 p.m./4c
New York City real estate broker Fiona Rangley arrives at her parents’ Vermont Inn post-breakup, only to hatch a plan to win back her ex. Derek poses as her new boyfriend, but things take a turn in the love department.
12. Love at First Bark
Airs: Tuesday, March 31 at 6 p.m./5c
An interior designer from Portland named Julia Galvins adopts a dog and enlists canine expert Owen Michaels to help her design a “puppery”—a nursery for dogs. Will their friendship turn into something more?
Tune in for More Hallmark Movies This Spring
Need more romance in your life as the weather warms up? Hallmark is announcing its next set of Spring Fever movies during a preview special on March 21, co-hosted by Bethany Joy Lenz and Michael Rady. Finish up that list of spring cleaning chores before 11 p.m./10c to get a sneak peek at what’s to come this year!
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Peanut Butter Easter Eggs
Get the kids involved in making these chocolate and peanut buttery treats, well worth the sticky fingers! —Mary Joyce Johnson, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania Get Recipe
Coconut Egg Nests
Looking for an Easter activity that kids will enjoy assembling and eating? Try these sweet birds nest cookies. They’re a snap to make and call for just a few ingredients. —Tonya Hamrick, Wallace, West VirginiaGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Peanut Butter Fudge Cups
My husband often travels during the week, and this fast-to-fix microwave peanut butter fudge recipe is perfect for just my 2-year-old and me. —Lori Brow, Manhattan, Illinois.Go to RecipeTaste of Home
Black Cherry Swirl Fudge
This colorful treat is sure to satisfy the sweetest tooth in any family! It’s always been a favorite with my nine kids, eight grandkids and my Bible study group. I vary the soft-drink flavors to get colors that match other holidays during the year. —Pauletta Bushnell, Lebanon, OregonGo to Recipe
My granddaughters and I came up with this clever and easy idea for Easter. —Kelly Ciepluch, Kenosha, WisconsinGo to Recipe
Easter Egg Cookies
My mother started baking these cookies with me and my eight brothers and sisters when I was a child, and I carried on the tradition with our four youngsters when they were little. Now, my children are grown and can make these cookies with their own tots. —Barbara Neuweg, West Point, IowaGo to Recipe
With peanut butter, chocolate and marshmallows, these treats were very popular with our three kids as they were growing up—and now I make them for our two grandchildren. They’re perfect for the holidays when time is so precious. —Dody Cagenello, Simsbury, ConnecticutGo to Recipe
Crispy Peanut Butter Balls
I make over 40 different types of treats during the holidays for friends and family. These crispy peanut butter balls are one of my favorite candies to give away as gifts.—Liz David, St. Catharines, OntarioGo to RecipeTaste of Home
My family loves these refreshing candies. At Christmastime, I like to add a few drops of green food coloring to the mixture before shaping and dipping them in chocolate. —Mary Ester Holloway, Bowerston, OhioGo to Recipe
This is a fun, kid-friendly recipe I pulled together a few years ago. My kids love helping me make these. —Jessica Boivin, Nekoosa, WisconsinGo to Recipe
Raspberry Cream Sugar Cookies
We make sugar cookies and fill them with a tangy raspberry cream cheese. They taste best after they’ve been refrigerated for at least 45 minutes.—Heidi Farnworth, Riverton, UtahGo to Recipe
If you like coconut, you’ll love these no-bake, no-fuss sweets. They are cute as can be and make a satisfying after-school snack to keep in the fridge. —Flo Burtnett, North Gage, OklahomaGo to Recipe
Candy Bar Fudge
My manager at work, who knows I like to try new treat recipes, shared this one with me. I’ve made this chewy and chocolaty fudge many times since. Packed with nuts and caramel, it’s like a candy bar. Everyone who’s tried it loves it. —Lois Freeman, Oxford, MichiganGo to Recipe
Cookies & Cream Truffle Balls
For easy truffles, I roll cookies and cream cheese into balls and dunk them in white chocolate. That’s merry and bright in one bite. —Carla Giorgio, New York, New YorkGo to Recipe
Pixie Dust Cookies
These crisp and buttery cookies are based on a favorite Scottish shortbread recipe. They’re just the right amount of sweet—and fun to decorate! —Peggy Goodrich, Enid, OklahomaGo to Recipe
Salted Peanut Rolls
A Christmas gift of homemade candy is always a hit with sweet tooths. I dip these peanut rolls in chocolate, but they’re yummy plain, too. —Elizabeth Hokanson, Arborg, ManitobaGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Haystack Cookies with Peanut Butter
Peanut butter haystacks are one of my favorite desserts. I love to serve them to guests because they marvel at how something so simple tastes so good! —Starrlette Howard, Ogden, UtahGo to Recipe
Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fudge
Something about the combination of dark chocolate and raspberry is just so addicting. This fudge makes a heartfelt homemade gift, or just a treat that’s worth sharing. —Barbara Lento, Houston, PennsylvaniaGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Trail Mix Clusters
These delicious snacks make wonderful gifts, and although they look and taste like they came from an expensive chocolate shop, they couldn’t be more guilt-free. The dried fruit and nuts are heart-healthy and full of fiber. Bet you can’t eat just one! —Alina Niemi, Honolulu, HawaiiGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Bird’s Nest Treats
I make this birds nest recipe in the spring when the birds are starting to build their own nests. They are so easy to make and disappear just as fast. —Pam Painter, Poseyville, IndianaGo to Recipe
Red Velvet Cake Bites
Everyone loves red velvet, but any cake mix can work here. I’ve even rolled chopped macadamia nuts into pineapple cake and dipped them into white chocolate. Whatever you do, have fun! —Anne Powers, Munford, AlabamaGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Coconut Almond Candy
The secret ingredient in this homemade candy is a true surprise—no one tasting these delicious morsels will guess what’s in the sweet, creamy filling! —Katrina Smith, Lawrence, KansasGo to Recipe
Nut Butter Cups
My indulgent, nutty treat is simple to make and looks fabulous. At our house, we use all-natural ingredients for them. —Courtney Stultz, Weir, KansasGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Dip fresh strawberries in melted candy-coated discs to create a rainbow of color. Or get adventurous and make a unicorn. The creative possibilities are endless. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, WisconsinGo to Recipe
Crunchy Candy Clusters
These cereal and marshmallow clusters are so simple that I make them for the holidays each year, as my family looks forward to them. —Faye O’Bryan, Owensboro, KentuckyGo to Recipe
Create a sweet house for your favorite Easter basket treat. Use pastel candies to decorate the roof and nest. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, WisconsinGo to Recipe
Coconut Creme Chocolates
I’m a proud wife, mom of three and grandma of many. I’ve cooked many things over the years, including these marshmallowy chocolates. —Dolores Wilder, Texas City, TexasGo to Recipe
I wasn’t a fan of white chocolate until I made this candy. It’s tangy, sweet and creamy all at the same time. The bark was a lovely treat during a springtime shower but would be nice year-round. —Diana Wing, Bountiful, UtahGo to Recipe
These chocolate-covered pretzels came from my grandma, who loves to make candy and treats for my students. I have followed in her footsteps and make these for people at work and for other family members. —Aimee Worth, Fair Oaks, CaliforniaGo to Recipe
White Chocolate Easter Egg Candies
Candy making can be easy! Have kids help roll the candies in sprinkles, colored sugar or jimmies. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. —Taste of Home Test KitchenGo to Recipe
Chocolaty Peanut Clusters
I turn to my slow cooker to prepare these convenient chocolate treats. Making candies couldn’t be any easier! —Pam Posey, Waterloo, South CarolinaGo to Recipe
Jelly Bean Bark
Homemade Easter candy really doesn’t get easier than this. It’s so simple—all you need are three ingredients, a microwave and a pan! It makes a perfect gift. —Mavis Dement, Marcus, IowaGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Soft Chewy Caramels
One of my first experiences with cooking was helping my mother make these caramels. We’d make up to 12 batches each year. Today, I do at least 95 percent of the cooking at home, but my wife does much of the baking. —Robert Sprenkle, Hurst, TexasGo to RecipeTaste of Home
These pretty little candies beat any store-bought variety hands down! Decorating them can take as little or as much effort as you like. The looks of delight on the faces of those who try them make every minute worth it. —Louise Oberfoell, Bowman, North DakotaGo to Recipe
Turtle Dove Nests
Inspired by the traditional carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” our Test Kitchen staff created these cute chocolate nests. With jelly bean eggs, they would make fun treats for Easter, too. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, WisconsinGo to Recipe
Both my grandmother and my mom used to make these eye-catching confections as a replacement for ordinary mints. When I offer them at parties, guests tell me the candies are wonderful, and then ask how I created the pretty swirl pattern. —Marilou Roth, Milford, NebraskaGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Making these pops is a fun activity for a children’s party because any age can participate. Customize them for holidays or special occasions by rolling them in coordinating colored sprinkles. —Marcia Porch, Winter Park, FloridaGo to Recipe
These fun and colorful wands don’t need to be made by a magician to be magical. You can change the colors to fit any party theme. —Renee Schwebach, Dumont, MinnesotaGo to RecipeTaste of Home
Marbled Orange Fudge
This decadent treat doesn’t last long at our house. The Creamsicle flavor of this soft fudge brings on the smiles. Bright orange and marshmallow swirls make it a perfect takealong for events and get-togethers. —Diane Wampler, Morristown, TennesseeGo to Recipe
Easter Bunny Treats
Our whole family has fun making these bunny-riffic treats together. They are just so cute! —Holly Jost, Manitowoc, WisconsinGo to Recipe ⓘ