Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to show your children and your significant other how much you love them. And what better way to show your love than by sharing your time and making a special treat together?
These easy Valentine recipes are perfect to make with your kids. Of course, there are steps in many of these recipes that require an adult’s help. However, each recipe also has things that your kids can safely do on their own.
Prepare with love and your Valentine’s Day is sure to be a success!
14 Yummilicious Valentine Day Treats
You can be sure your Oreo-loving kids will be asking for more of this moist, smooth and Scrumptious Dirt Cake Dessert from Li’l Luna.
These raspberry macaroons from Natasha’s Kitchen are tangy, sweet, and melt-in-your-mouth amazing!
These crispy treats from Frugal Coupon Living are a cute and fun treat for the kids on Valentines Day. You can either make them ahead and surprise the kids or you can let them help!
Get creative with readily available pretzel sticks or bread sticks to make these bright treats from Love from the Oven. These are no-bake and the options for customizing them are endless. With their delicious sweet and salty crunch, everyone is sure to love them!
This fun Valentine’s Day Candy Popcorn recipe from Helicopter Mom is easy to make and tastes soooo good! It’s perfect for treat bags, Valentine exchanges and classroom celebrations.
If this recipe from Hanielas isn’t the best way to get kids to eat their veggies, we don’t know what is! Potatoes never looked so good!
This heart shaped French toast from Happy Hooligans is quick and easy, just perfect for Valentines day! It’s such an easy way to add a bit of fun to breakfast (or lunch or dinner)!
If you’d like something a little savory for Valentine’s, do try these heart pizzas from Once Upon a Cutting Board. Make your own pizza dough and give everyone in the house to shape their own heart-shaped dinner. Be sure to have a liberal hand with that cookie cutter!
Fancy, Delicious and Easy to make! This gorgeous pie from Miss Buttercup is perfect for that special someone, especially now that strawberries are in season.
Get the goodness of raspberries. chocolate and coconut flavours in this decadent dessert from Table for Two. This can also be made with other fruit preserves in place of raspberries.
These super cute, heart-shaped red sandwich cookies from Annie’s Eats taste just like delicious red velvet cake but in a smaller, more portable form.
Ideal for those who love shortbread… and chocolate makes everything better ! Enjoy these treats from Manu’s Menu with a hot cup of tea!