6 Deliciously Easy Valentine’s Day Snack Ideas for Kids

6 Deliciously Easy Valentine’s Day Snack Ideas for Kids

As a girl, I enjoyed Valentine’s Day in our house. My mom always made it special with decorations, candy, cards and a red & white dinner (i.e., spaghetti, lasagna, etc.). I have tried to make new traditions with my family for Valentine’s Day and one thing we all enjoy are sweet treats.

If you’re looking for sweet treats for your own children or children at your church, check out six of my favorites, courtesy of Pinterest.

From Pillsbury.com

Kids can stick wooden sticks into fresh-from-the-oven sugar cookies and then decorate the cookies with icing and all kinds of fun sprinkles and candies. Great for preschoolers & school-age children.


From Hatter and Hare Events

This snack features fruit, but you can use that heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut many foods—apples, pineapple, mango, kiwi, bananas, strawberries, cheese, bread, brownies, cookies. Great for toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children.

From Pampered Chef

Great for preschoolers and school-age children

From Baby Steps 365

Great for toddlers & preschoolers


Some other personal favorites of mine are:

  • Jello Jigglers (strawberry, cherry or raspberry-flavored)
  • Cupcakes (can have kids decorate with icing and toppings such as candies, sprinkles)

For more fun ideas, be sure to check out my Valentine’s Pinterest Board!

What are your favorite Valentine’s Day sweet treats?

This article originally appeared here.

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Kathie Philips
Kathie Phillips felt called to children’s ministry at the age of 13. She is the Director of Children’s Ministry at Central Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, Maryland. In addition to overseeing Route 45 (Preteen Ministry for 4th & 5th graders), she also oversees The Treehouse (for 1st – 3rd graders). Married to Lance and mom to Daniel and Kennedy, Kathie shares practical tips and inspiration for kidmin leaders each week on her blog, KidMinspiration.com.