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Easy-To-Make Valentine’s Day Treats for School Parties

Are your kids celebrating Valentine’s Day at school, and you have to prepare some treats for their party? We bet you must be tense thinking about what to make for them and their friends without spending hours in the kitchen. Here are some options for Valentine’s Day treats for their school party. Not only are they fun and easy to make, but they are delectable at the same time.

1. Valentine’s Day Edible Scrabble

Cut letters in store-bought pastry dough, bake them, sprinkle some cinnamon and sugar on top, and it’s done! This edible scrabble will not only be delicious but will also provide hours of fun for the children.

2. Valentine’s Day Popcorn

This buttery treat will be a real “pop” star at your little one’s school party. Prepare different popcorn flavors, like cheese, peri-peri, salted, etc., and pack them into colored paper boxes. You can mix in some pretzels or make soft, chewy marshmallow popcorn balls.

3. Valentine’s Day Animal Cracker

If your child’s school has a no-candy policy, go wild with these animal crackers or cookie treats. Make your regular cookie dough and ask your kids to cut it into various shapes with the help of a cookie cutter. Once baked, you can decorate them with icing (if you want to make a good impression on their friends). Alternatively, you can dunk the animals’ tails (if you cut them into animal shapes) in melted dark and white chocolate before packing them.

4. Valentine’s Day S’mores

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Cut marshmallows and graham crackers into hearts, stack them with a piece of chocolate, bake them, and put them in a paper box once they have cooled down. This is a perfect Valentine’s Day treat for a school party.

Top Tip: Use pink marshmallows to stay on theme!

5. Valentine’s Day Chocolate Bark

Kids love all things chocolate. Make this Valentine’s Day treat for your kid’s school party and see it vanish from the plate in no time. Melt the dark chocolate, spread it on a baking sheet, throw in some pretzels, candy canes, marshmallows, M&M’s, dry fruits, and berries, and let it set completely.

Let your kids break the chocolate bark for their friends and class teacher. However, do mention it on the box or give a call to their class teachers to inform them about the dry fruits to prevent triggering an allergic reaction by mistake (especially if you include any nuts in your chocolate bark).

6. Valentine’s Day Chocolate Pops

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You will have a great time making these chocolate pops with your kids! Melt some dark chocolate, put it in a squeeze bottle, squeeze the melted chocolate over the lollipop stick in a circular motion, throw in some sprinkles, and let it set. Your easy Valentine’s Day treat is ready for the school party.

7. Love Brownies

Get pre-mixed brownie batter (or make one from scratch), bake, and cut small heart-shaped brownies. Drizzle melted chocolate on the brownie and decorate it with sprinkles, and your sweet treat is ready.

8. Valentine’s Day Chocolate Pretzels

Take pretzels, dip a part of it in melted chocolates (dark, white, and milk), decorate it with sprinkles, and pack it for school. This Valentine’s Day treat will surely be a winner at the school party.

Aren’t these Valentine’s Day treats for school parties adorable? Which ones will you make for your munchkin? Do let us know in the comment section below!

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