Love is in the air & Valentine’s Day is here! Whether your Valentine’s Day plans include a dressy night out with your partner, or you are having a cozy night in with your family – there is always room for some special snacks! Get your family involved, let your little ones help you in the kitchen and create some delicious treats this Valentine’s Day.

Cupid’s Chow

Similar to the popular ‘puppy chow’ recipes, this Cupid Chow is fun, festive & oh so easy to make! Your littlest ones can help stir, gather ingredients or mix the final product together. This would be the perfect after school snack on Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Day Snack Mix

An even easier option, with the same fun results, than the Cupid Chow is this snack mix! Mix some favorite valentine-inspired snacks into a bowl and you are done. This is also a great treat to make with even the tiniest hands!

Valentine Pretzel Treats

If you are looking for the easiest snack to make, these might be it! With only 3 ingredients & less than 5 minutes in the oven, this special snack is sure to be a hit. These will take some time to harden up, once the chocolate melts in the oven, but trust me, it is worth the wait!

Valentine’s Day Popcorn

Make your traditional popcorn snack a little more festive by adding in some chocolate, conversation hearts and red/pink sprinkles. Depending on the age of your child and any allergies in class – this could be a good choice to send into school for a Valentine’s Day class party!

Valentine’s Day Yogurt Bark

If you are looking for a healthier option when making Valentine’s Day treats, this is perfect! Take the time to make strawberries into X’s & O’s for a special touch. A delicious and refreshing after school snack!

Valentine Rice Krispie Treat

Rice Krispies are a favorite snack any time of year – add some red food coloring and Valentine sprinkles, and you have a fun valentine treat! Looking to save time? Buy the strawberry rice krispie treats, cut them into heart shapes, add sprinkles and voila!

Valentine Tic Tac Toe Snack

How fun is this!? Bring your Valentine’s Day snack to the next level, by turning it into a game. The graham cracker boards are easy to reuse, and the endless competition makes this the perfect sweet treat to share with your little one.

Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Chocolate & pretzels – another dynamic duo when it comes to snack time. These are easy to make, fun to personalize and a great snack to make with your little ones! They also double as the perfect dessert for you and your partner to enjoy for a Valentine’s date night in.

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

This is a classic Valentine’s Day treat, and so easy to make. You can add some white/pink/red colors, festive sprinkles and you have the most delicious dessert! If you are looking for a healthier alternative try THESE yogurt covered strawberries for the same delicious snack.

Valentine Frozen Fruity Yogurt Bites

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be filled with chocolate- consider making these healthy yogurt bites for the same festive snack without all the added sugar. Use your child’s favorite red berry, and let them add some sprinkles to create this delicious treat!

Valentine Marshmallow Bites

I am sure your little ones will love to dip anything (everything) in chocolate! Maybe even make a fondue dessert station and add these marshmallows to the mix. These are for sure both fun and festive!

Valentine Brownie Pops

These might be a better treat for you to make alone or with older children, just because the rolling into balls and dipping into chocolate might pose a challenge for little hands, but either way this treat will not disappoint! Make these in a few valentine colors for a really festive treat.

Valentine Sugar Wafers

This is not the treat to make if you are looking to limit the sugar intake, however it certainly is a delicious option! Just like many of these treats – dip anything in chocolate and it is sure to be a hit with your little ones. These are easy to make and fun to decorate!

Teddy Grahams & Conversation Hearts

I mean, these are just the cutest with the tiny bears and cute conversation hearts! The perfect combination for your after school Valentine’s Day snack, pair with some red berries and you have a totally festive treat!

Maybe you want to send a special snack into school with your child, or you want to create a delicious treat to enjoy together after dinner – I hope this list inspires you to make some delicious treats with your children this Valentine’s Day!

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