Both kids and teachers will fall in love with these 21 cute Valentine’s snacks for school! From pies and cookies to popcorn and marshmallows, there is something for everyone!
One thing I love about most of these Valentine’s day themed snacks for school is that they are simple to make and do not take a ton of fancy ingredients or time. They can also be dressed up by packaging them individually and adding a little tag and ribbon.
In some cases when adding a tag, you can skip the cards and just hand out snacks instead on the day of the party!
Enjoy our 21 Cute Valentine’s Day Snacks for School!
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These cute little hand pies are so much fun to make, and easy to! They taste just like cherry pie, but no fork needed and are the perfect size for kids! Since it uses canned filling, feel free to make different flavors while following the same recipe.
No fancy ingredients needed with it comes these Valentine’s doughnuts! They only require pantry staples and call for canned biscuit dough. Kids will have so much fun decorating these for their classmates.
No bake Nutella truffles are a kid’s dream! They are filled with chocolate and hazelnut flavors, dipped in your favorite chocolate and topped with heart shaped sprinkles!
A popcorn based twist on the typical marshmallow rice krispie treat, after making these once, I know you’ll want to try them again in different shapes for other holidays too!
These Valentine Pecan Shortbread Cookies are perfect for a festive Valentine’s party at school! Plus they are super cute when you wrap them with a decorative ribbon.
This simple and easy to make 4 ingredient Valentine Chocolate Dipped Marshmallows recipe is perfect for lunchboxes, parties or when you want a sweet treat with your friends.
Nothing is cuter than these little penguin cookies! It’s also a quick recipe so it’s great for a last minute idea for your kid’s class Valentine’s party!
Heart shaped pop tarts are so adorable and delicious too! You’ll only need 5 simple ingredients and they are ready in less than 30 minutes! The strawberry glaze looks the best for Valentine’s day, but you can swap the ingredients to make your other favorite flavors.
These are perfect for a kids party because they can be made ahead of time and packaged up for a cute Valentine’s Day treat!
Looking for a simple, cheap, but oh so cute Valentine’s treat? Make these marshmallow pops that every kid loves! If you are short on time, skip the stick and package just the treats.
No baking, made in one pot, and they only take 10 minutes to whip up! Talk about an easy treat that is great for a school party! Each stack has Cheerios and pretzels covered in a tasty white chocolate and marshmallow mixture!
Raspberries and chocolate are the perfect combo for Cupid’s holiday! Not only are they tasty, they look pretty cute too! If you wanted to jazz them up a little more you can decorate the tops versus just drizzling chocolate.
Believe it or not, these cookies are naturally pink and are gluten and dairy free! Perfect for school so you don’t have to worry about allergens.
These cute little pretzels stack neatly in the cupcake liners and are great for passing out to the class! Each is dipped in white chocolate and decorated with festive sprinkles.
Think of these cute treats as a twist on the traditional cookie! The outer cup is a sugar cookie and each one is piped with fluffy frosting and topped with red and pink sprinkles!
For those who can’t make up their minds on what treats to take to the Valentine’s party, go with this red and pink charcuterie dessert board! It’s cute, fun, and festive for any age! You can even swap a few of the sweet out for savory snacks.
How cute are these printables? The best part is that you can use store bought apple sauce pouches and tie them on with ribbons. These are great for a last minute snack and are a little healthier than all of the desserts.
Technically you can use this recipe for any holiday, but they do look pretty cute dyed a light pink for Valentine’s day. Use white chocolate and add food coloring or use pink and red candy melts! These also make great teacher gifts and they are easy for kids to help with.
This fudge recipe is literally one of the easiest to make! To get the different colors, simply add a couple drops of food coloring to the white chocolate. Plus, you can make the squares smaller to make one recipe feed a whole class.
The popcorn sure is tasty, but I think I like the treat bag toppers the most! All you do is print them out, fold them over the bag and staple! There’s even a little to and from section, which could totally be used in place of Valentine’s cards.
Move over sugar cookies, because the red velvet is here to stay! The vibrant red heart shaped cookies look so good with drizzled chocolate and festive sprinkles. Bag them up with a cute ribbon and tag for an easy school Valentine’s treat.
We can’t wait to see what you make for your Valentine’s themed snacks! In all honesty, all these recipes look delicious and are kid favorites. So I’m sure not matter what you choose they will be thrilled!