Easy Valentine’s Day Treats the Family Will Love!
posted by: Mile High Mamas
Valentine’s Day in Denver is upon us! Don’t miss our round-up of how to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Denver: Romantic Dining, Family Fun and Gift Ideas.
Showing love doesn’t have to be stressful or time-consuming. Check out these darling ideas–some are healthy, some involve chocolate. Either way, you win.
1. XOXO Valentine’s Day Snack Mix
What’s sweet, salty, and made with 100% true love? This XOXO Valentine’s Day Snack Mix delivers a festive treat that’s sealed with a kiss! Get the recipe from The Baker Mama.
2. Chocolate Strawberry hearts
These chocolate strawberry hearts are easy to make and since they are chocolate-covered strawberries they are delicious too! http://onelittleproject.com/chocolate-covered-strawberry-hearts/
3. Valentine’s marshmallow pops
Here’s Valentine’s treat that is super easy, and perfect to send along with your little sweeties to share with their friends. http://www.glorioustreats.com/2011/02/valentines-marshmallow-pops.html
4. Hearts in apple sandwich
All you need are an apple, a small heart-shaped cookie cutter and some fun fillings! http://www.happytogetherbyjess.com/hearts-in-apple-sandwich/
5. Heart Rice Krispie Pops
Even little kids will love helping mold these Rice Krispies into heart shapes, dipping them in melted chocolate and covering them with sprinkles. https://www.skiptomylou.org/heart-rice-krispie-pops/
6. Fruit kabobs
Get creative (and healthier!) by making edible Cupid’s Arrows with fruit firm enough to withstand a skewer. https://shmallergy.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/cupids-arrows-valentines-day-fruit-kabobs/
7. Red velvet sandwich cookies
They are easy to make and do not need a lot of ingredients. http://www.bakerella.com/easy-and-easier-valentine-treats/
8. Cupid’s arrows
Almost similar to fruit kabobs are cupids arrow which is made using a pretzel. Fast, fun and easy! https://organizeyourstuffnow.com/cupids-arrows
9. Heart milk cubes
Add a few drops of red food color to milk in a bowl and freeze it during the night in the ice cube trays. http://asubtlerevelry.com/heart-milk-cubes/
10. Cherry tomato hearts
Simply cut two separate tomatoes at 45 degrees and join the two pieces in a way that they make a heart. Combine the two together using a toothpick and it will make a lovely cupid’s arrow and a healthy snack at the same time.
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