Easy Valentine’s Day Recipes to Make with the Kids

Easy Valentine’s Day Recipes to Make with the KidsIt’s that time of the year when my kids want to make special treats for Valentine’s Day to take to school.  So Mommy has to come up with some creative ideas!   This year we have a few fun ones for you to try, enjoy!

Let’s face it Valentine’s Day is such a great time to make some yummy treats with the kids. Here are some tasty treats that don’t take long to make at all.

Related: 10 HEALTHY VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT IDEAS

Sprinkles Marshmallow Pops

Ingredients:

10-ounce bag of strawberry marshmallows
8 ounces of unsweetened chocolate
6 tablespoons of chocolate or rainbow sprinkles
Lollipop sticks

Directions:

Push one lollipop stick through one marshmallow, continue for each marshmallow pop you want to make. Melt the unsweetened chocolate for a minute in the microwave, then at 20-second intervals until completely melted. Dip one marshmallow pop at a time into the melted chocolate and allow for excess to drip off. Then, roll the pops into the sprinkles and place in the freezer for 4-5 minutes to set.

Red Velvet Popcorn

Ingredients:

2 ounces of softened cream cheese
1 tablespoon of corn syrup
½ cup of powdered sugar
¾ teaspoon of vanilla extract
7 cups of popped popcorn
4 unfrosted red velvet cupcakes, broken into small pieces

Directions:

Using a mixing bowl, add the cream cheese, corn syrup, powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Using a hand mixer, mix ingredients until they resemble a creamy glaze. Add in the popped popcorn and red velvet cupcake pieces. Using a spatula, combine ingredients until mixed well. Then, spread the mixture out on a baking sheet, lined with wax paper, and allow to harden for 15-20 minutes.

Related:  CHOCOLATE VALENTINE HEART CUPCAKES – SO EASY, SO DELICIOUS

Valentine’s Day Red Velvet Milkshakes

Ingredients:

1 ½ cups of vanilla ice cream
4 tablespoons of Red Velvet cake mix
2 tablespoons of vanilla extract
1 cup of milk

Directions:

Using a blender, blend all ingredients together until smooth!

Easy Strawberry Fudge

Ingredients:

1 16-ounce can of strawberry frosting
1 12-ounce bag of white chocolate chips

Directions:

Melt the white chocolate chips in the microwave, at 50% strength, for 30 seconds. Continue to heat at 20-second intervals in the microwave, until completely melted. Then, add in strawberry frosting and combine well. Spray a 9”X9” pan with cooking spray. Spread fudge mixture into pan and refrigerate for 20-25 minutes, to set. When set, cut into square pieces.

Do you have any favorite Valentine’s Day recipes to make with your kids?  Please share them in the comments!

Share your thoughts in the Comments section below, on our Facebook Page,  Follow Our Twitter Account or Head Over To Our Pinterest Page!



Stick Around and Check Out Some Of Our Other Properties!
20 Comments
  1. I used to make treats when the twins were little especially on occasions like this! I think it’s a great way to bond with them and make them excited for the event as well. These are lovely ideas!

  2. the strawberry fugde looks so tasty and easy to do! This is a good prize for children who work hard at school! thanks for sharing the recipe!

  3. I am ALL IN for that milkshake and just asked my husband via text to bring home some strawberry ice cream on his way home. I am a huge fan of marshmallows so you made this look PERFECT for me!

  4. My son loves popcorn so the Red Velvet popcorn would be perfect to make with him! They all sound so good though, I may try them all!

  5. I love your Valentine Day suggestions for the kids. I have got to make these with my youngest and my niece. My daughter will want the shake and the marshmellow pop will be my nieces! I am going to enjoy the fudge

  6. Looks like an amazing recipe for Valentines! I love it and I can’t wait to try this Thanks for the recipe so delicious.

  7. this one looks so easy and affordable! it looks so perfect for the family, kids will surely love this! i will try this one! thanks for sharing the recipe

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.