Celebrate the 14th with Healthy Valentine’s Day snacks and treats that are easy, fun, and actually full of nutrition. These are super fun Valentines for toddlers and the rest of the family too!
Healthy Valentine’s Day Snacks and Treats
Valentine’s Day is a perfect holiday to start small traditions with the kids that you can look forward to year after year—and an easy tradition to stick with is making a fun Valentine’s Day snack!
These healthy Valentine’s Day ideas are great for a toddler Valentine since they are easy to make and fun to share.
With simple ingredients, zero cooking, and a method that takes about 2 minutes total, this Chocolate Avocado Pudding is a healthy dessert to share with the kids. It’s also low in added sugars and yet super creamy and so delicious!
With just a few simple ingredients and a super easy method that the kids can help with, these Chocolate Sugar Cookies are a healthy dessert to share with the kids. We love them plain, but you could even add icing if you want!
This super easy stir-together healthy Chocolate Cake is a cinch to make and it has less sugar than traditional cakes. Maybe “healthier” is a better set up, but whatever you call it, it’s so darn good! (P.S. It happens to be vegan!)
With slightly less sugar than a classic cookie, but the flavor and texture you expect, this is a great recipe to make for the entire family to share. Or to bring to a classroom Valentine’s Day party!
This recipe for classic cupcakes is a perfect Valentine’s treat. And you can make slightly pink frosting, which many little kids I know would adore!
Moist, fluffy, and chocolatey, these lower sugar chocolate cupcakes are another easy Valentine’s Day treat. Top them with red or pink sprinkles to make them extra special.
With just three ingredients, this recipe for heart shaped gummies is a perfect party food! You can make a batch in minutes and the kids will love getting to snack on homemade gummies that taste like chocolate milk. These are a healthy heart-shaped snack to keep around at this time of the year.
Rich and chocolatey, but packed with nutrition from veggies and fruit, these moist muffins would also make a healthy Valentine’s Day treat for school since they are nut-free.
These easy Sweet Potato Brownies are one of our favorite homemade treats to share. The batter comes together easily (and without any fancy equipment!) and the results are so fudgy-perfect. Yum!
Add a little pink to your waffle routine with this simple recipe! Sure, these are great for breakfast, but they also make a fun snack.
I love to blend lots of healthy fats, veggies, and fruits into Chocolate Smoothies to fuel the kids any time of the day.
Blend up a simple yogurt and fruit mixture, freeze overnight, and serve fun and festive pink and red Valentine’s Day treats!
With an easy method and a result that tastes like brownie batter, these cookie bites are a fun treat to share.
These cake-style doughnuts are bursting with bright lemon flavor and raspberries. We like to drizzle them with a simple yogurt frosting!
Made with a nutritious, yet straight-forward ingredient list, these super yummy Chickpea Blondies are a favorite dessert to share. Plus, you’d never know there are chickpeas inside!
Learn how to make the BEST homemade strawberry milk with simple ingredients and very low added sugar. With vitamin C and protein!
A heart-shaped cookie cutter, fresh strawberries, and paper lollipop sticks are all you need to make this fun Valentine’s Day snack! From Food Kids Love on Instagram.
Fruit Sticks are one of my very favorite ways to help the kids find fruit more fun—especially when they’re reluctant to try new things…or even fruits they liked last week! This is an activity and snack the kids can help make too with any colors for Valentine’s Day.
I’d love to know what you do on Valentine’s to celebrate, so please comment below to share!