Delicious Valentine’s Day Treats for the Kids

Valentine’s Day takes on a whole new meaning when you have kids. This day is no longer all about your significant other. The kids now take part in this day as well but in a much smaller scale of course. Homemade Valentine’s Day treats are the sweetest way to show your kids how much you love them. Make these treats extra special by including them in the process. They will love the extra time that they got to spend with you!


Pink Chocolate Chip Cookies

This is a great last minute Valentine’s Day treat. This recipe uses store-bought cookie mix as base a and has added ingredients to create these scrumptious chocolate chip cookies. The chocolate chips can be substituted for white chocolate chips or even Valentine’s Day m&m’s.
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Conversation Heart S’mores Pop

This no bake treat is a great twist on the classic Sweethearts candies. The kids will enjoy reading the personalized messages as well as devouring the gooey s’mores filling.
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Stained Glass Heart Cookie Pops

Kick those boring sugar cookies up a notch with this beautiful stained glass look! This is a fun activity for the whole family. This simple recipe requires your basic sugar cookie dough, a heart shaped cookie cutter and some Jolly Rancher candies to achieve the appearance of stained glass. The kids will love eating these just as much as they loved making them.
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Sweetheart Valentine Pops

This is a terrific way to use up those leftover candy canes. Baking with kids can be a blast! This simple recipe can be made with kids of all ages. The kids will probably be doing more eating than baking but that’s what make it fun.
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Chocolate Dipped Valentine Marshmallow Pops

If you have always wondered how marshmallows were made or it has always been on your to-do list then this is the perfect recipe for you! This is a great recipe to do with the kids. They will find the process of making the marshmallow hearts fascinating. Afterwards they will amuse themselves dipping the marshmallows in chocolate and decorating them with their favourite toppings.
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Written by Janine Goodman

Janine Goodman

As the online Food Editor, Janine Goodman, a trained chef and dedicated mom has a passion for creating easy to make dishes for the whole family. Whether its baking or cooking, her love of fresh produce and accessible ingredients make it a joy for readers to try her recipes.

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