Why I Love the Holidays: Yummy Valentine’s Day Foods and Snacks

I love holidays. Just about any holiday will do. Yes, I’m a bit of a sucker for the so-called “made-up” Hallmark holidays too, but for me, I love the thought of a theme and all the fun things you can do to make it memorable.

So Valentine’s Day is no exception. Whether it’s sharing love for a significant other, your children or just someone special in your life, why not say “I Love You” with one of these fun food treats. Some of them are even good for you. The big day is a little less than a week away so hopefully you’ll be inspired to get something together.

Here are some of my favorites that I found browsing the web and (mostly) Pinterest (which, by the way, you don’t need to have an account to browse!)

Why not send an all natural Valentine this year? These stickers should do the trick!

Natural Valentine’s stickers from Twig and Thistle

Simple idea for a Valentine’s Day breakfast

Valentine’s Day Egg in the Basket from Petite Kitchenesse

Fun shapes make everything taste better, right?

Valentine Fruit Kabobs from Pioneer Party and Gift blog

Simple yet delicious.

Heart Shaped Fruit pizza by Mel’s Kitchen Cafe

All natural fruit bowl anyone? Love this!

Fruit Heart Cup Orange from The Picky Apple

You don’t need a holiday excuse to make heart-shaped carrots. Your love will be known whether it’s in a soup, salad or whatever.

Heart Shaped carrots from Sophistimom

Homemade mints? Who knew?

Homemade Valentine Mints from Busy-Mommy

Love this twist on chocolate covered strawberries.

Valentine Strawberry Bugs from Wing It Vegan

No special molds needed–just a few simple tools and some time. Fun!

Heart shaped egg from Anna Thered

Take two cherry or grape tomatoes and make a heart–easy!

Heart cherry tomato from Eye Candy

What a clever way to get the kids to drink their milk!

Heart milk ice cubes from A Subtle Revelry

These look so yummy, I’m totally going to need to try these.

Heart-shaped cinnamon rolls from Pinch My Salt



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