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Many schools no longer have class parties or welcome outside food due to allergy concerns, so if you are hosting a Valentine’s Day party of your own or just want to add a fun dessert to the mix this month I recommend trying these 5 options:
Peppermint White Chocolate Rice Krispy Treats from Domestically Speaking
This recipe is a fun take on the classic. The prep and cooking time is 20 minutes. Servings would depend on how large of a square you cut or shape that you make them in. Could easily be made into heart shapes if you had a cookie cutter.
- Rice Krispy Cereal
- Vanilla White Chocolate Melts
- Peppermind dust springles or candy cane bits
M&M Cookie Bars from Tasty Apron
The prep and cook time is about 45 minutes. Servings would depend on how large of a square you cut or shape that you make them in. Could easily be made into heart shapes if you had a cookie cutter.
- Granulated Sugar
- Brown Sugar
- Vanilla Extract
- Baking Soda
- Valentine’s M&M
- Mini Chocolate Chips
Cupid Floats from Moms Need To Know
These can be made in any glass that you choose. The ones pictured are Starbucks frapp bottles that you can get from your local grocery store. Dollar stores carry fun paper straws.
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Strawberry or Cherry Soda
- Whipped Cream
- Maraschino Cherries (optional)
Valentine Muddy Buddies from Crafty Morning
This recipe is meant for approximately 6 servings. Prep time is about 5 minutes and cool down time is approximately an hour.
- Chex Cereal
- Powdered Sugar
- Red Candy Melts
- Pink Candy Melts
- White Candy Melts
Strawberry Yogurt Bites from Produce For Kids
Tis recipe makes 8 servings. The prep time is 10 minutes and the freeze time is about 2 hours. The recipe calls for plain greek yogurt but the flavour options that could be substituted are almost endless.
- Greek Yogurt