18 Sweet Valentine's Day Treats for Kids
Replace the pecans and cashews with pretzel bites, pumpkin seeds, or popcorn for a nut-free treat.
Airy melt-in-your-mouth meringues are the perfect medium for a sweet message. It doesn’t get more Instagrammable than this!
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Red Velvet Pots
Valentine’s Day calls for a sweet breakfast... it’s basically a muffin, after all.
Kiss Me Cakes
Store these fun treats at room temperature for up to 2 days.
Little kids will gobble up these goofy gelatin kisses. They're the perfect party treats!
(Let's Make) Whoopie Pies
Don't have hours to devote to baking? Buy Dutch-cocoa cookies for these easy Valentine treats, and all you need to make is the fluffy filling.
These pretty, colorful desserts will melt in your mouth.
These friendship cookies are the perfect Valentine treats for school! Make all three shades of dough for a truly multicultural dessert.
Our tiny heart-shaped shortbread cookies are buttery-good Valentine snacks.
Hearty Hot Chocolate
We gave a cool twist to this winter classic by whipping it with ice.
Healthy-Heart Sweet Tarts
These sort-of healthy Valentine's snacks are deceptively simple to recreate. Just fill mini pie shells with low-fat yogurt and fresh fruit.
This pretty pink cake is fast, easy, and incredibly good. It will look elegant in any dessert spread!
Sprinkle of Love Cake
Freeze-dried fruit, processed into a powder, is a delicious dye-free way to add color to this cake's frosting.
I Love You Berry Much Piggy Sundaes
For these easy Valentine's Day treats, you can turn the pink piggies into brown bears by using chocolate ice cream and wafers.
These smoothies are perfect for a not-so-healthy breakfast! Frozen strawberries or even dragon fruit can stand in for the raspberries. If you use strawberries, swap in strawberry ice cream.
Hugs and Kisses Loaded Cookies
Using store-bought dough and frosting makes these over-the-top Valentine's Day treats a cinch to assemble.