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Valentine’s Day is around the corner! Time to share some sweeties with your lovelies! Are you looking for some quick and easy homemade Valentine’s Day treats for your kids? Here are 16 easy homemade food ideas your kids will love.
I’ve included a berry special cookie card printable at the end of this post, if you like to print it out for your treats!
Pink Ombre Popsicle by Yummy Mummy Kitchen
Frozen Yogurt Shape Hearts by Momables
Heart Shape Raspberry Roll by Handle the Heat
Cherry Heart Shape Hand Pies by Momables
Heart Muffins by Eating Richly
Homemade Valentine’s Day treats are much more fun to make than store-bought ones because you can customize them! The kids will love helping to decorate these treats with sprinkles and toppers, too! These DIY Valentine’s Day ideas are perfect for any celebration or party. You can change these up for other celebration besides Valentine’s Day. Simply change the colors or the decorations on top of your treats.
Valentine’s Day Chocolate Bark by Suburban Simplicity
Valentine’s Day Popcorn by Live Love Texas
Strawberry Hearts Puff Pastry by Fun Loving Families
Chocolate Banana Bite size Sundae by Finding Zest
Rice Crispies Valentine’s Day treat Wife In Progress Blog
Valentine’s Day Heart Tortilla Chips by Coupon Clipping Cook
Heart Brownies Treat by The Suburban Soapbox
Valentine’s Day Chocolate Chip Cookies by Eats Amazing
Valentine’s Day Rice Krispies Treat by Shrimp Salad Circus
Valentine’s Day Oreo Ladybug by Sarah’s Bake Studio
Mini Emoji Pancakes by Hello, Wonderful
- Free Valentine’s Day Gift Tags
- Free Printable Valentine’s Day I-SPY Activity Page
- Valentine’s Day SVG
Your Free Cookie Card Printable
This ” You Are Berry Sweet” cookie card would be so cute with some of the above Valentine’s Day treats. You can also attach cute little toys to it. There are two designs. Choose whichever works for you.
I can’t wait to make some of these treats for my kids. Which one of these threats is calling your name?