Valentine’s Day is just a few weeks away and we have some amazing food ideas to make this V-day unique and special for your kids.

Valentine’s Day is a day to express your love for the special people in your life. Your kids are undoubtedly some of the most important people in your life – and they should know that! Take the opportunity this V-Day to add some extra love to their day and make some delicious treats to show you care.

Your kids will appreciate how fun these snacks are – and all of their friends will be envious of the cool treats your kids are eating this Valentine’s Day 🙂

Here are 12 Love-Themed Valentine’s Day Snacks for Kids! Enjoy!

1. Chocolate Covered Pretzels with Sprinkles

These Valentine’s Day Pretzel Treats are perfect for some special time in the kitchen with kids and even an affordable treat to make and take to school parties. They’re cute and delicious!

Use a variety of sprinkles to let your little ones get creative with the way they decorate these sweet and salty pretzels!

2. Heart Shaped Rice Krispies Treats

Everyone’s favorite treat transformed into a holiday snack you and your kids won’t be able to resist. Use icing to create cute love sayings on each cookie to make them truly unique!

3.Valentine’s Cookie Cups

Simple yet delicious and unique, these candy cups are perfect for busy parents or parents who aren’t exactly masters in the kitchen.

You can change the toppings of these to anything you like: cinnamon hearts and mini jelly beans would be good ideas as well.

4. Valentine’s Snack Mix

Mix it up a little with this tasty snack mix delicately placed in jars to make a festive treat both adults and children will love.

This treat combines Rice Chex cereal with chocolate chips, strawberry cream jello, and Valentine’s M&Ms but you can use whatever festive ingredients you like!

5. Simple Valentine’s Day Heart Sugar Cookies

Looking for a simple yet delicious Valentine’s cookie recipe? Look no further. These delectable cookies are festive and fun and they taste absolutely fantastic.

Your kids will love to take these to school on Valentine’s week – and something tells me you might have to make an extra few for their friends!

6. Cute Love Monster Cupcakes

How adorable are these little love monster treats? They’re perfect for kids of all ages – especially boys who don’t exactly like all of the lovey-dovey treats you might want to make.

They’re fun and delicious and these cupcakes will undoubtedly be the talk of the town!

7. Warm and Fuzzy Valentine’s Cake Ball Creatures

Much like the love monster cupcakes, these cute warm and fuzzy Valentine’s cake balls are perfect for young kids.

They’re made in smaller portions than cupcakes which makes them the perfect amount of sweetness to fulfill their sugar fix without being completely unhealthy. Add a little message to make this treat even more personal.

8. Cute Love Ladybug Chocolate Covered Strawberries

These easy-to-make and utterly adorable love bugs are so simple to throw together that even amateur bakers can pull them off.

Simply dip a small part of the end of a strawberry in melted chocolate and decorate accordingly. Adding a toothpick with a message on the top makes these healthy treats even more fun!

9. Valentine’s Day S’More Cookies

Everyone loves s’mores, right? Right. So who wouldn’t love this Valentine’s day version of the mouth-watering snack?

It’s easy to make and they’re just as delicious as the traditional version! Add some sprinkles into the mix or some pink icing to make them look a little more festive.

10. Valentine’s Day Sprinkled Chocolate Donuts

These festive Valentine’s red, pink and white sprinkled donuts aren’t exactly a healthy treat but they’re definitely delicious.

Consider making smaller sized donuts to cut back on the calories. And, hey, it’s Valentine’s Day, right? Everyone’s allowed indulge a little!

11. Emoji Chocolate Bark

Emojis are simply a way of life now, a way to express how you feel without using any words at all! Create a chocolate bark that your kids will thoroughly appreciate and will enjoy handing out at school.

If your little ones aren’t crazy about white chocolate, switch it out for milk chocolate! For a healthier alternative, dry dark chocolate instead.

12. Valentine’s Brownies

Brownies are a crowd favorite and will always be a success with your kids. This Valentine’s day, dress up your brownies for the day of love.

Use icing, sprinkles, toothpicks and candy to create cupids arrow shooting through the brownie for a fun take on a traditional dessert.

Lindsay Duncan

Lindsay loves cooking fun and creative meals for friends and family. At home, you can find her trying out a new recipe found on Pinterest while trying to balance her husband's sweet tooth with her healthy eating habits. If she's not in the kitchen, you'll find Lindsay photographing people she loves and going out with friends to try the newest restaurant in her small town.

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