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I Love You Berry Much
If your favorite kid is a berry lover, express your affection with a sweet snack. Serve fresh strawberries in a heart-shaped bowl, arrange raspberries in the shape of a heart on a white plate or outline a heart with blueberries on top of cold cereal or warm oatmeal.
Nothing says "I love you" on a cold day more than a cup of soup and a grilled cheese sandwich. Make it even more special for your Valentine by using a cookie cutter to make heart-shaped sandwiches.
Lunch Box Surprise
A small sweet treat is perfect to tuck into your Valentine's lunch box. You can use any flavor of gelatin they like (even sugar-free). Just mix 2 1/2 cups of bowling water with two 8-ounce packages of gelatin and stir well. Pour into a rectangular glass pan and refrigerate until firm. Just before making the heart shapes with a cookie cutter, dip the bottom of the pan into warm water to loosen the gelatin.
Turn ordinary watermelon into a Valentine's Day treat but cutting slices into heart shapes with your trusty cookie cutter. Then spear each heart on a lollipop stick for fun eating.
Easy Pizza Hearts
Use whole-wheat English muffins to make simple heart-shaped pizzas for a quick, kid-friendly Valentine's Day dinner (before your own romantic night out). Top with strips of sliced deli turkey and a sprinkle of mozzarella.
Surprise your young Valentine by filling the kitchen with red, white or pink balloons for a festive breakfast before school.
Message in a Pocket
If you help your kids pick out their clothes the night before school, take a moment to slip a note into the pocket of their jeans letting them know how much love them.
I Heart You
Make simple origami hearts to hide in a backpack or lunch box. You can even write special messages on the hearts.
While your little ones are away from home, take a few minutes to create a chalk message on the driveway or sidewalk to great them when they get back.
Make snack time special on Valentine's Day by serving open-faced peanut butter sandwiches with jelly hearts and slices of fresh strawberry.
Kid-Friendly Valentine's Day Surprises
Healthy Treats for Your Littlest Valentines
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