Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! Check out these cute treats.
Easy Marshmallows Valentine Treats
An easy to make Valentine’s treats that everyone can make it. Follow The Sweet Life’s simple steps to make these Easy Marshmallows Valentine treats. Get some strawberry marshmallows, dipped them in some melted chocolate and sprinkled them with some little nonpareils.
Organize Your Stuff Now made these cute Cupid’s Arrows inspired by Family Fun magazine that are sure to be a big hit for every kid. The steps are simple enough that even non-chef parents can make it.
Valentine’s Day Buttons
This Valentine’s day treat is so cute and so easy to make. It’s perfect for your kids treat to Valentine’s day at school or a Valentine’s snack after school. Check out the full recipe from Tasty Kitchen.
Who said sweet Valentine’s day treats have to be unhealthy? Prepare these healthy hearts for Valentine’s day snack. It’s easy and healthy! Thank you Spoonful for the idea.
Sweet Heart Krispie Treats
Put a little twist to the classic rice krispie treats with colorful heart shape. It’s sure to be a great gift for your kids on this Valentine’s day from Alex & Alexa.
Fruit Filled Pastry Treats
Enjoy yummy pastry treats filled with fruit on this Valentine’s day. See easy recipe from Recipe.com.
Heart Milk Cube
A sweet surprise for your man’s morning coffee or your children’s tall glass of milk. As they melt, the milk turns pink. A simple yet classy idea from A Subtle Revelry.
Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
A perfect combination and easy to make Valentine’s day dessert from Family Food Find is sure to be a great hit for your family. This recipe looks easy enough and it doesn’t take long at all to make.
Ice Cream Heart Sandwiches
What a genius idea from The 36th Avenue! A simple yet perfect Valentine’s treat for kids (and adults). You only need ice cream sandwich bars, heart shape cookie cutter, sprinkles and sticks.
Valentine’s Day Parfait
Start a day of with healthy and hearty Valentine’s Day parfait via Make The Best of Everything. All you need is heart shape cookie cutter (smaller size) to cut your kids’ favorite fruit into little heart to add to your parfait.
This post is from Amy Querido from Atlanta with Kids. If you are ever traveling (with kids) to the Atlanta, check out her site for fun things to do in the area. Thanks Amy!