Yummy Valentine’s Day Treats Your Kids Can Make

My girls love to help in the kitchen.

They’re getting to the age where they can do more and more of the work themselves. I love this because the more they do in the kitchen the more confident and capable they become.

Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to find some treats that my girls could make themselves.

Some of these Valentine’s Day treats only involve putting a few things together, others are simple baking projects. But, all would be perfect for older kids and tweens to make themselves.

Get in the kitchen and make some Valentine's Day treats with your kids. All of these ideas are perfect for the holiday and perfect for kids to make.

Pick your favorite, shop for supplies, and have some fun cooking with your kids.

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Get in the kitchen and make some Valentine's Day treats with your kids. All of these ideas are perfect for the holiday and perfect for kids to make.

Kid-Friendly Valentine’s Day Treats

Love Bug Sandwich Cookie Balls from Arts and Crackers (pictured)
Conversation Hearts Valentine’s Day Popcorn Snack from Mommy’s Bundle (pictured)
Pink Fudge Hearts at Red Ted Art
Cream Cheese Cherry Crescent Rolls at The Jenny Evolution
Valentine’s Day Dipped Pretzels at the Manic Mama of 3 (pictured)
Absolutely adorable Strawberry and Chocolate Ladybugs from The Soccer Mom Blog (pictured)
Valentine’s Day Fruit Pudding from The Moments at Home
Healthy Valentine’s Day Arrow Snack from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Conversation Heart Cookies at Red Ted Art
Valentine’s Day Heart Cupcakes at Amanda’s Cookin’

Get in the kitchen and make some Valentine's Day treats with your kids. All of these ideas are perfect for the holiday and perfect for kids to make.

Heart-Shaped Whole Wheat Crackers at Mama Papa Bubba
Sweetheart Smoothies at Cutting Tiny Bites
Vanilla Cream Strawberry Cake Mix Cookies at The Jenny Evolution (pictured)
Chocolate Covered Raspberry Clusters at The Quiet Grove
Sugar-free (and gluten-free) Strawberry Shortcake in a Jar at Wholesome Yum
Valentine’s Candy Bark at Gluesticks and Gumdrops (pictured)
Chocolate Spoons at Red Ted Art
Valentine’s Cheesecake Wafers at Manic Mama of 3 (pictured)
Heart-Shaped Penguin Cookies from Parenting From the Heart (pictured)
Strawberry Heart Muffins at Crafty Moms Share

Get in the kitchen and make some Valentine's Day treats with your kids. All of these ideas are perfect for the holiday and perfect for kids to make.

Love Birds Nest Treat at Red Ted Art
Valentine Snack Mix at Cutting Tiny Bites (pictured)
Valentine’s Heart Fruit Kabobs from The Jenny Evolution
Heart Shaped Crispy Rice Treats at Mama Papa Bubba
Conversation Heart Marshmallow Pops from The Soccer Mom Blog (pictured)
Homemade Chocolate Valentine’s Popsicles from Kids Craft Room (pictured)
Valentine’s Day Edible Tic Tac Toe Game from Finding Debra
Chocolate and Candy Heart Popsicles at 3 Princesses and 1 Dude (pictured)
Chocolate Covered Fruit Truffles at Amanda’s Cookin’
Valentine’s Day Button Cookies at The Jenny Evolution

There are just too many to choose from! What recipe do you think you’re going to make with your kids for Valentine’s Day?

Get in the kitchen and make some Valentine's Day treats with your kids. All of these ideas are perfect for the holiday and perfect for kids to make.

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Get in the kitchen and make some Valentine's Day treats with your kids. All of these ideas are perfect for the holiday and perfect for kids to make.
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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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