Valentine Round Up
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be all about romance and candlelight. With kids at home, this February holiday can be a day focused on family fun and connections.
I’ve pulled together a collection here of kid friendly Valentine snacks, activities, and treats that will inspire memorable holiday moments with the little ones we love so much.
There will inevitably be chocolate and candy, but it’s a good idea to make sure there are some Healthy Valentine Snacks too! These tasty snacks may be healthy, but with hearts and shades of red/pink, they will still feel special.
Chocolate Dipped Nuts | Good Life Eats
Raspberry Smoothie | Good Life Eats
Cranberry Oatmeal Smoothie | Some the Wiser
Whole Grain Strawberry Banana Bread | Simple Bites
Bell Pepper Hearts + Hummus | Laughing and Losing It
Homemade Gummy Heart Fruit Snacks | All Day I Dream About Food
Mini Babybel Valentine Pops | Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Valentine Sweet Treats
Serving up a fancy parfait after dinner or including a few holiday themed Rice Krispie treats in your kids’ lunchboxes can make the day stand out in their minds. Here are a few sweet treats that you can even whip up with the kids and make sure they really remember this Valentine’s Day together.
Raspberry Brownie Parfait | Good Life Eats
Chocolate Raspberry Vanilla Bean Marshmellows | Good Life Eats
Cherry Vanilla Cupcakes | Good Life Eats
Strawberry Rice Krispie Treats | My Baking Addiction
Vanilla Raspberry Meringue Kisses | Food For My Family
Chocolate Cherry Sweetheart Cookies | Some the Wiser
Crafts + Activities
More than anything else, spending time with kids really shows them that you love them. Here are a few crafts and activities that will give you a chance to spend some quality time together.
Children’s Valentine’s Day Picture Books | Good Life Eats
Valentine Yarn Ornaments | Some the Wiser
Valentine’s Day Mad Libs (free printables) | My Sister’s Suitcase
Musical Hearts Game | Teach Mama
Printable Valentine Bookmarks | My Owl Barn
DIY Animal Envelopes | Minted
What are you planning for Valentine’s Day?