Can you believe that Valentine’s Day is just one month away? Making fun Valentine’s Day Snacks with your kids is a great way to celebrate! Whether you make them to enjoy at home or send to school with your kids, here are 15 Ultimate Valentine’s Day Snacks for you to choose from!
Raspberry Sweetheart Cookies– these would be so fun to make, and a good gift for your sweetheart as well!
Graham Cracker Smile– this would be a great last minute snack at home. It’s cute, and SUPER simple to make!
Valentine’s Snack Mix – Yummy sweet & savory snack mix. Could easily put in a ziplock bag and send to school with the kiddos for a special snack!
Red Velvet Puppy Chow– Yum! I am obsessed with Puppy Chow and this Valentine’s Day variation is a perfect excuse to make some.
Chocolate Covered Pretzels– Aren’t these beautiful? Chocolate Covered Pretzels are easy to make and you can use whatever shape of pretzel suits your fancy.
Valentine’s Day Fudge– Fudge is always a good holiday treat, and this is such simple recipe!
Strawberry Pie Hearts – This recipe is way easy for how fancy the results are. My hubby loves cherry, so I’ll be mixing it up a little for him.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Hearts – I love making these Peanut Butter Chocolate candies, they disappear so fast around my house!
Cherry Quick Bread – This is a popular recipe for breakfast in our household and again, my husband loves his cherries!
Homemade Heart Marshmallows – Homemade marshmallows were introduced to me by a new friend and my kids LOVE making them! Use some heart-shaped cookie cutters to make this a fun Valentine’s Day snack.
Strawberry Float – Nothing tastes as good as strawberry smoothie or milkshake. This year, we’re going to try shaking it up with this recipe for a float!
Valentine Robot Snacks – Kid activity and snack rolled into one. These are so cute and fun! Your kids will find reasons to make them all the time. 🙂
Heart-Shaped Peanut Butter and Jelly – Bring festive flair to this simple lunch.
Heart Shaped Rice Krispies -Great last minute go-to snack! Love the multi-colors they chose.
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