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Valentine's Day Recipes & Crafts

Chocolate Lovers Cookies
Who knew that cookies made so easily could come out so cute? These bite-sized goodies are an ideal addition to any Valentine's Day party when you only have minutes to spend making them.

Sweetheart Cinnamon Rolls
Start your Valentine's Day morning with some lovin' from the oven! You won't believe how easy these are to make and they only one ready-made ingredient.

Flirty Fruit Kabobs
This easy and healthy Valentine’s Day party recipe will be one that both kids and adults will love!

Sweetie Pie Pops
These tasty treats are sweet as pie and what kid doesn't love food served on a stick? You'll be amazed at how quickly these heartfelt desserts will disappear at your next Valentine's Day party.

Sweet Brownie Sandwiches
These sweet little sandwich brownies are a delightful addition to Valentine's Day. They are delicious to eat and even more fun to display on your party buffet.

Pretty in Pink Parfaits
Layer on your love with this delicious and nutritious brunch treat using yogurt, granola, fresh berries, and a little creativity.

Happy Heart Waffle Pops
Get your heart-shaped cookie cutters ready and have fun making these simply, super breakfast treats on a stick.

Strawberry Milk Love Potion
Dress up your party drinks with some celebratory ribbon, sweet strawberry milk, and a sassy straw. 

Sweetheart Sparkle Pops
These yummy sweets-on-sticks will add sparkle to your Valentine’s Day party table and second as a festive centerpiece.

Very Valentine Snack Bar
Get the kids involved and let them mix and match their favorite ingredients to make this colorful and seasonal snack mix.

Cupid's Cookie
A fun idea to make with your kids that can become a great Valentine’s Day gift.

Cranberry Vanilla Snack Mix
This party mix is easy to make and perfect to bring to kids’ classroom parties.

Warm Heart Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese
This easy Valentine’s Day recipe is a perfectly healthy way to warm your kids’ hearts on a cold day. 

Stained Glass Sweetheart Cookies
Show your heart to your loved ones with these deliciously delightful cookies. The simulated stained glass will light up any Valentine’s Day celebration.

Berry Bagels
A sweet treat to make in the morning to show your kids your love.

Cupid's Cookie Pops
Bring out your inner artist with these absolutely adorable cookies on a stick.

I Heart Peanut Butter Cookies
A heartwarming twist on a classic cookie. A great Valentine’s Day treat - perfect for your kid’s class party!

Sweet Scoops
Show your love scoop-by-scoop with these Sweet Scoops cones. Kids are sure to love these sweet Valentine's Day treats!

Very Cherry Float
You can use non-fat frozen yogurt and diet soda to lighten-up this recipe!

Tissue Paper Hearts
A fun and festive Valentine’s Day decoration that will keep the kids busy. 

Valentine's Chocolate Pretzels
Send your valentine a message with these Valentine’s Chocolate Pretzels! With just three main ingredients, these edible notes are simple to make and fun to share.

Berry Sweet Waffles
Treat your kids to a love-you-a-bunch brunch with these super easy Valentine's Day waffles.

Eat Your Heart Out Pizzas
Surprise your family tonight with these love-ly little pizzas on their dinner plates!

Fabulous Family Box
Why wait until Valentine’s Day to let your family know how much you care. This easy-to-make craft can be personalized to match your own style.

My Heart Belongs to Breakfast
A heartfelt Valentine’s Day recipe that is delicious and nutritious.

Sweetheart Cookies
Need a quick treat to bring to the classroom Valentine’s Day party? These simple and seasonal cookies will have you done in no time!

Love Links
A twist on the more traditional version.  With Love Links, you can get your kids involved by asking them to write about people or things they “love” and appreciate for Valentine’s day.

Watermelon Hearts
A healthy and simple snack idea for kids parties and just for fun!

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