Valentines Day will be here before you know it. Valentines Day started as a holiday for lovers but since I can remember it then became a holiday to celebrate at schools. You might be making Valentine’s Day boxes with your kids, I can remember using shoeboxes as a child. Valentine’s Day also means a new resurgence of sweets since New Years Day. Here are some Fun Valentines Day Treats For kids. As the kids get older we started having a Valentine’s Day Fondue Party but still enjoy making treats.
Cookies are a classic treat for any holiday. Gather some cookie wafers, white melting chocolate, and sprinkles for this perfectly pink snack!
Use up those little candy hearts with these pretzel bites with these candy heart pretzel bites. Gather Hershey Kisses and little pretzels, and you’re good to go!
An alternative to traditional Christmas’ ginger bread house, create this Valentine love shack with candy hearts and graham crackers!
I can’t wait to try this Valentine’s Day inspired popcorn covered in white chocolate!
Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate: Grab some Ghirardelli white melting wafers for these delicious white chocolate bark bites.
Chocolate Covered Cracker Sandwiches Close to Home
Similar to cake pops but with Rice Krispie treats, add a Valentine’s Day twist to traditional Rice Krispie treats.
Strawberries may not be the most in-season, but these strawberry cookies, made with strawberry cake batter, taste just like a strawberry milkshake and are great for year-round.
Whip up this simple red smoothie, complete with strawberries and cherries! Not only is it healthy, but it’s simple enough for kids to help you with.
Jell-O is a delicious treat for any occasion. Try this Valentine’s Day heart spin on it.
If you’re looking for something festive but simple, try this gumdrop-and-pretzel Cupid’s arrow snack.
Put leftover Christmas candy canes to good use with these Valentine’s Day heart-shaped suckers. Although they work best with mini candy canes, I think you would be able to modify it for regular-sized candy canes.
If you’re looking for a healthier Valentine’s Day snack, try making heart-shaped fruit kabobs, which work best with fruits like watermelon and cantaloupe.
I love the sweet and salty balance of chocolate covered pretzels. This chocolate-covered pretzel recipe can work for both the rods and the twists.