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Feb
2015
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7 kid-friendly Valentine’s Day recipes

Want to whip up some tasty treats with your pint-sized sous chef this Valentine’s Day? Here are seven simple recipes that your son, daughter, niece, nephew—or any other kiddo in your kitchen—will adore!
7 kid-friendly Valentine's Day recipes

Easy Valentine’s Day Fudge from Something Swanky
With only a handful of ingredients and no actual baking required, this foolproof fudge is perfect for children of all ages. Encourage your little loved one to showcase his or her culinary creativity by topping the sweet squares with sprinkles, conversation hearts, red hots and other Valentine’s Day candies.

Valentine’s Day Candy Popcorn from A Helicopter Mom
Who doesn’t love popcorn? Give this salty staple food a sweet Valentine’s Day makeover with—you guessed it—chocolate! Your school-aged sidekick will enjoy drizzling delicious pink and red melting chips over the crunchy kernels before mixing in some Valentine’s M&Ms for good measure!

Cherry Cheesecake Brownies from Mostly Homemade Mom
Perfect for budding bakers, this delicious dessert combines two classic confections—brownies and cheesecake! Maraschino cherries and cherry juice join forces to produce the holiday’s signature shades of pink and red while adding a burst of bright fruit flavor.

Strawberry & Chocolate Nachos from Our Best Bites
This unique twist on a traditional Mexican dish is sure to win abundant praise (and affection)! Your fledgling foodie will delight in transforming the popular, savory appetizer into a sweet and surprising dessert. And nothing says happy Valentine’s Day quite like chocolate-covered strawberries!

No-bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies from Squirrel Bakes
These easy chocolate oatmeal cookies make a delicious—and nutritious—Valentine’s Day treat. Your chef-in-training will enjoy converting spoonfuls of tasty batter into fun, festive shapes with adorable Valentine’s cookie cutters. No baking required!

Cupid Floats from Somewhat Simple
Cheers to a fun, frothy (and pink!) Valentine’s Day drink that you and your cutie pie can create and consume together! Perfect for when you’re short on time, this fast, fizzy float formula is packed with sweet cherry flavor, and the red licorice straw adds just the right amount of whimsy!

Mozzarella and Tomato Salad for Kids from Parenting.com
This healthy, heart-shaped app is the perfect counterbalance to all of the sugary snacks your kiddo will likely overindulge in this Valentine’s Day. Even preschool-aged children will be able to help plate the artful, Cupid-worthy pairing of plump cherry tomatoes and fresh mozzarella.

Enjoy preparing and sharing these simple, kid-friendly Valentine’s Day recipes. Have a wonderful holiday, and keep following our blog for more delicious recipes and homeowner resources.