10 Easy Valentine’s Day Snacks And Treats For Kids

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These Valentine’s Day snacks are healthy, fun treats to make for your little ones. From heart-shaped pancakes to easy-bake cookies, I’ve got you covered this year with these easy-to-make sweet treats that your kids are sure to love!

10 Valentines Day Snacks For Kids
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With Valentine’s Day around the corner, grocery stores are filling up with heart-shaped treats and red and pink decor. Whether you are celebrating with your little ones at home or sending treats to school, here are 10 fun Valentine’s Day snacks and treats to make this Valentine’s day special!

Oatmeal Banana Pancake Bites

Start the day off with some fun pancakes! Use a mini heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out small bite-size pieces! Use a normal-sized heart-shaped cookie cutter to make larger, fun heart-shaped pancakes. You can also serve your little one oatmeal banana pancakes with a fun heart emoji face. Use a mini heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out fruit pieces to make the eyes and a few sliced berries to make a mouth! So many fun options with this simple pancake recipe!

Valentine's day snacks: Heart shaped oatmeal banana pancake bites
Oatmeal banana pancakes served with berries.
4.93 from 14 votes

Oatmeal Banana Pancakes

Oatmeal banana pancakes are a perfect first food for baby-led weaning! They are quick to make and great to freeze and reheat to serve throughout the week!
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Beet Banana Pancakes

These beet banana pancakes are another fun breakfast item for Valentine’s day with bright natural color from the beets. The bananas provide sweetness to these pancakes and the beets give the pancakes that vibrant pink color! Beets can be a hit or miss with little ones, but the natural sweetness from the banana helps to balance out the earthy beet taste!

Beet banana pancakes
Beet banana pancakes topped with crushed blackberries
5 from 4 votes

Beet Pancakes

Beets contain vitamins and minerals that are so great for a baby’s development! These beet banana pancakes have a bright red color and subtle taste that your little ones are sure to love!
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Berry Bliss Balls

These berry bliss balls are another fun breakfast option that can be prepped in advance. These balls are sweetened with raisins and fruits and the frozen berries help give the balls that vibrant color! Coat them in shredded coconut or powdered freeze-dried fruits for an extra sweet treat.

Berry bliss balls served with raspberries and blackberries
Blueberry bliss balls served on a wooden cutting board
5 from 15 votes

Berry Bliss Balls

These berry bliss balls are a favorite, no-bake, easy-to-make breakfast item. They are great for an on-the-go snack as well!
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Heart”y” Fruit Salad

Fruit salad is always a fun treat, so make it even more fun with mini heart-shaped cookie cutters! Cutting fun shapes out fruit is a small detail, but sometimes the smallest details are what get our little ones the most excited!

Valentines day fruit salad

Valentine’s Day Snack Mix

This snack mix is a great treat to pack for daycare or school. It is so simple to put together but adds such a fun touch! I simply combined chickpea puff chips, freeze dried strawberries, raisins, and heart-shaped cheerios in a bowl to serve! Feel free to use any snacks that you have on hand! Your little one will be so excited to see all of their favorite snacks mixed together and the heart-shaped cereal and bright red strawberries add such a fun twist!

Valentines day snack mix

Chewy Cookies

These almond flour cookies are a FAVORITE in my house and so simple to make! They are egg-free, gluten-free, and sweetened with a little maple syrup. Top them with some pink and red M&M’s or sprinkles for a special Valentine’s day sweet treat! If you’re looking for a cookie recipe that uses a different type of flour as the base, try these coconut banana cookies!

Chocolate chip almond cookies
Chocolate chip almond cookies served with fruits.
5 from 6 votes

Maple Syrup Chocolate Chip Cookies

These maple syrup chocolate chip cookies come together in one bowl and require only a few ingredients to make. Made with almond flour as the base, they are gluten-freeegg-freerefined-sugar-free, and are the perfect sweet treat!
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Berry Frozen Yogurt Bark

This yogurt bark is a frozen treat that your little ones are sure to love. You can get them involved with making it by customizing it with their favorite toppings. Top it with bright-colored berries for those fun Valentine’s day colors!

Frozen yogurt bark
Frozen yoghurt bark
5 from 3 votes

Yogurt Bark

This frozen yogurt bark is a mess-free way of enjoying yogurt with all of your favorite toppings. It is a refreshing sweet treat that your little ones are sure to love!
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Raspberry Cheesecake-adillas

A fun, sweet twist on a classic quesadilla! To make these sweet quesadillas, spread a tablespoon of cream cheese on an 8-inch tortilla, top half of it with mashed raspberries and sliced bananas, and fold it over to close it. Melt a tablespoon of butter over medium heat and cook the quesadilla on both sides until it is golden and the cheese cream softens and melts into the fruits. Sprinkle some cinnamon sugar on both sides of the quesadilla for added sweetness and crunch!

Mixed Berry Yogurt Melts

These 2-ingredient yogurt melts are so simple to make and refined-sugar-free. Freeze-dried fruits help these yogurt melts maintain a bright, vibrant color and refreshing sweet taste!

Strawberry and blueberry yogurt melts
Strawberry and blueberry yogurt melts
5 from 5 votes

Yogurt Melts (With Freeze Dried Fruits!)

These baby yogurt melts only require 2 ingredients and are a perfect refreshing snack for your little one! They melt in your mouth quickly and are a great sugar-free treat!
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Sweet Muffins

What’s Valentine’s day without chocolate?!? These chocolate banana muffins are so moist and flavorful and are a decadent, healthy treat. Top the muffins with pink and red sprinkles or crushed freeze-dried strawberries for an extra holiday touch!

Mini double chocolate banana muffins served with raspberries and yogurt.
Mini chocolate banana muffins fresh out of the oven.
5 from 17 votes

Mini Chocolate Banana Brownie Muffins

These mini chocolate banana brownie muffins are the perfect soft treat! They are so moist, full of flavor, and SO easy to make!
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If you’re looking for a chocolate-free muffin recipe, these peanut butter-flavored muffins are so simple to make and naturally sweetened with bananas. Top them with raspberries as the “jelly” and sprinkle with red sprinkles for a fun breakfast or snack!

Peanut butter and jelly muffins served with sliced strawberries and kiwi
Peanut butter and jelly muffins served on a wooden cutting board
4.96 from 24 votes

Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins

These peanut butter and jelly muffins are a fun, baby-friendly take on the classic pb&j. They are great for batch baking and freezer-friendly!
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Strawberry Crumble Oat Bars

These strawberry oat bars are egg-free and great to serve for breakfast or a snack. Swap the strawberries with your favorite berry for a special treat!

Strawberry crumble bars served with bananas, strawberries, and yogurt.
Strawberry crumble bars served with bananas, strawberries, and yogurt.
5 from 8 votes

Strawberry Crumble Bars

These strawberry jam crumble bars are the perfect sweet treat! The sweet strawberry filling is made with a simple jam and they are egg-free and gluten-free and perfect for breakfast or a snack!
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Looking for more Valentine’s Day snacks and sweet treats? Here are some more recipes you may like!

More Valentine’s Day Treats

What are some of your favorite Valentine’s Day traditions to share with your little ones? Let me know down in the comments below!

Until next time, Lily!

About Lily Payen

Hi, I’m Lily! The mama behind Feeding Tiny Bellies. I’m here to help you take some of the stress out of meal times for your little ones. My goal is to create simple recipes with baby in mind that can easily be adapted for the entire family.

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