4 Healthy Valentine Snacks for Kids

Easy Valentine Snacks for children
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Valentine Snacks

Cooking is a fantastic activity for children, so why not find some fun recipes to make together for Valentine’s Day?

Introducing cooking to children needs to be done in a fun and engaging way. Set a little time aside to practise all sorts of invaluable skills and to educate your children about food and the importance of healthy eating. Spending time with your children cooking will also be likely to generate happy memories. Cooking can help children develop a range of skills from hand – eye coordination to problem solving.

Children learn by using their senses so by allowing them to help prepare what they eat, it encourages them to eat it – yet another benefit of cooking 🙂

There are so many fun recipes linked to Valentines Day that children will enjoy cooking. Some are more treats than healthy snacks so I have picked a few of the healthier options. The children may even love to share them with their friends or family.

Why not try:

  • Savoury Mini Heart Tarts

Simply cut out hearts from ready rolled 3 Valentine Heart Herb Snacks for children.shortcrust pastry using a large cutter. Add a spoonful of cheese and chive dip or basil and tomato salsa into the middle of one heart. Place another heart on the top and pinch the edges together. Using different size heart cutters, experiment with the presentation. Brush a little milk on the top of each parcel and cook in the oven for approximately 20 minutes on 180°c.

You could also make some fun heart shaped tomatoes to eat with your snacks. Cut small plum tomatoes diagonally in half turn one half round and put on a cocktail stick.

Cheese and Chive in Toast for Valentines Day.Sandwich Lollies - So easy and fun for Valentine's Day.

There are lots of further ideas on Pinterest.

Let me know if you have any fun recipe ideas to cook with young children in the comments below 🙂




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59 thoughts on “4 Healthy Valentine Snacks for Kids

  1. I LOVE the heart cut out for toast! you could do anything in there, my little monster is a fan of scrambled egg so could be a new fun way to present it (and outside of valentines day I could get a train or dinosaur cutter! what a cool idea! thanks so much for linking it up to #YumTum 🙂 x

  2. These are such cute little ideas, I love the little heart pastries! My little ones love pancakes, so we are making some heart shaped strawberry and cottage cheese pancakes for our valentines day breakfast 🙂 #yumtum

  3. Hi Sara, what lovely ideas! We love cooking together with our little, she finds it such a joy and always wants to get involved which I love. I think its so great if you can find simple things to cook and make together like the recipes that youve shared. Great idea for involving little ones in valentines day 🙂 Thanks for linking up to #MarvMondays. Emily

  4. These are such adorable ideas, I love them! I can’t believe how quickly Valentines day has come around this year. I’ll have to look for some heart shaped cutters 🙂 #TwinklyTuesday x

  5. These look delicious and so much fun to make – definitely going to attempt these with SB! Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday! Xx

  6. They look great…I am going to make some cream cheese and chive heart toast for my little one. May even attempt to make some heart shaped pastry of some form. Thank you so much for for sharing…#KCACOLS

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