Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to try some new recipes and activities with your kids. We’ve pulled together some of our favourite valentine’s day recipes to make with your little ones. Be prepared to make good use of your heart shaped cooking cutters!
The following recipes will be prefect for your little ones to prepare and share with grandparents, family or friends (socially distanced of course!) – they’re sure to be impressed by such thoughtful valentine’s gifts that have been made with love.
Fruity Frozen Yoghurt Hearts
We adore these tasty frozen yoghurt bites as they’re so simple to make and only require two ingredients (yes really!).
Hearty Oatmeal Cookies – Valentine’s Day Recipe
Share a piece of your heart with these delicious cookies! They are so easy to prepare and make for a tasty pudding. Try serving with yoghurt and strawberries! Little ones will love creating the heart shapes with their cookie cutters or moulding them with their hands!
Scrumptious Raspberry Popcorn
Ok, so technically this isn’t really a recipe, as it only requires a little bit of assembly. It’s another quick, easy recipe and only requires two ingredients. This is a lovely Valentine’s Day twist on a family movie night treat!
Strawberry Breakfast Muffins – Valentine’s Day Recipe
We love these cute breakfast muffins as they’re full of flavour! Your little ones will have lots of fun mixing all the ingredients together and filling the paper cases. They are the perfect valentine’s recipe to share with loved ones!
Fabulous Fruity Heart
This fabulous fruity heart is another easy one to assemble. It’s the perfect snack to serve in an early years setting or at home for the whole family to enjoy!
Breakfast Made with Love
- Toast topped with your favourite spreads, like peanut butter, poached eggs and avocado
- Overnight oats with mixed berries – check out our recipes here
- Get your little ones practising their pancake flipping and decorate with yoghurt and berries. You can find some of our favourite pancake recipes here
Tasty Tomato Tulips
This is such a pretty snack recipe. It’s a little bit more fiddly this one, so don’t worry if it doesn’t turn out perfectly!
We hope you have lots of fun recreating these valentine’s day recipes for kids made with love!