Sweetheart Smores + 10 More Valentine Treats
Are you ready to start thinking about Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry this post will be full of Valentine treats perfect for getting you in the sweetheart spirit.
How to Make Sweet Heart Smores
What you need: graham crackers, peanut butter, sliced strawberries and heart marshmallows. (affiliate link)
These are so, so easy and so, so yummy. First spread a little peanut butter goodness on a graham cracker (a Home made graham cracker if you have some). Then slice up some fresh strawberries, add a cute little heart marshmallow and pop those s’mores in the toaster until they are as brown and melty as you like.
Now go ahead and enjoy all of these awesome Valentine ideas…
10 More Valentine Treats
Valentine Cheesecake – Learn with Play at Home has a yummy Raspberry and White Chocolate Valentine Cheesecake recipe. I love the pretty raspberry topping.
Pink Jelly Fluff – If you are looking for a simple Valentine treat that is also really pretty… check out Pink Jelly Fluff Pudding from Childhood 101. She lists some very fun topping ideas as well!
Painted Heart Toast – This snack doubles as a fun art activity. Painted Heart Toast from Messy Little Monster would be a great way to enjoy some afternoon togetherness right at snack time.
Valentine Cinnamon Rolls – These Valentine Cinnamon Rolls from It’s Our Long Story are a breakfast treat I want to have a few times in February! I bet the kids would have so much fun forming the heart shapes.
Heart Bread Sticks – Who said Valentine treats have to be sweet? The Educators Spin On It made super fun home made Heart Shaped Bread Sticks.
Heart Shaped Cupcakes – Using this simple cupcake trick from Sugar Swings you can turn any of your cupcakes or muffins into a heart shaped Valentine treat!
Stained Glass Cookies – I love these beautiful Stained Glass Cookies from Art and the Kitchen. They would make such unique and fun teacher gifts!
Valentine Popcorn – Popcorn! Yum! Add a little white chocolate and sprinkles like Gimmie Some Oven did in this Valentine Popcorn Recipe and I’ll shout DOUBLE YUM!
Love Nests – Red Ted Art got really creative with some crackers, frosting and sprinkles. What they made is just plain adorable! Check out the Love Nests.
Ombre Mini Cake – Most of the Valentine treats in this post are very simple, this one takes a little more effort and time. A Little Claireification walks you through creating a very cute Ombre Mini Cake for an extra special Valentine treat!
There you have it! 11 delicious, adorable and super fun Valentine treats for the kids (and you) to enjoy. Do you have a favorite Valentine treat?
This post originally appeared on February 3, 2012.
Yum! And a perfect treat for after naps on this rainy FL day! Thanks!
Oh, yes perfect for a rainy day!
What a very cute idea!!! I run a daycare and am looking for fun, Valentine crafts for my kids.
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Heyyyy there!, just wanted to stop by and say THANK YOU, for all of these wonderful craft and activity ideas for the kids! It’s going to be a wonderful, loving and long celebrated Valentines Day This year–thanks to all the folks who linked up here and you for sharing the space! I’m SOO excited to get started this year, though every adult knows it is NOT my fav celebration; it will be a great one with the kids this time. Thanks again!