Fresh Fruit Pops

Did you know February is Heart Health Month? Kathryn at Mommy Kat and Kids has managed to pay homage to both holidays of the month with these fresh fruit pops, made with strawberries and bananas. You can even pop them in the freezer to make healthy Valentine treats for kids that taste like popsicles!

Healthy Snack Mix

No list of healthy Valentine treats for school would be complete without a more wholesome version of snack mix, and Wendy at Around My Family Table has pulled it off like a champ. She uses freeze-dried strawberries and yogurt-covered raisins to up the health factor in her yummy- looking mix. Head to her blog for the full recipe.


Heart-Shaped Rice Krispy Treats

It’s hard to mess up Rice Krispy treats, right? Deanna at Honey + Lime keeps jazzes up these easy Valentine treats for school with chocolate dip and festive sprinkles. Learn how to make them on the blog.



Chocolate-Dipped Watermelon Pops

Kiddielicious Kitchen brings us these chocolate and watermelon pops—two kid-favorite ingredients. Top them with holiday-themed sprinkles or keep it healthy with coconut flakes or crushed cereal. Whatever you choose, you can’t go wrong with these easy Valentine treats for school.


Valentine’s Day Oreo Pops

Jessica at Time Out With Mom has come up with a recipe for stunning—and surprisingly simple!—chocolate-covered Oreo pops. No one will believe these are homemade; simply dip and decorate, and you’re ready to go. Get the recipe on the blog.


Valentine’s Day Popcorn

Need some cupid-worthy popcorn for your child’s school Valentine’s Day party? Robin at Mom Foodie has you covered. It’ll take you no time to whip up this festive Valentine’s Day popcorn mix—and kids will go crazy for the red and pink candies and chocolate drizzle.