30+ Valentine Snack Ideas for Classroom Fun

Whether you’re a teacher planning school parties or a parent looking for fun ideas, our collection of fun valentine’s day snacks will surely make the day memorable.

From homemade delights to healthy twists, we’ve curated a selection of fun classroom treat options that are easy to prepare and will make the classroom celebrations great!

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Around Valentine’s Day there is always a need for special treats for classroom parties. Whether the treats or for work or school, it seems SOMEONE always wants us to bring easy valentine’s day treats. 

If you are in the same boat, never fear because we have some great budget friendly delicious recipes for you to make this valentines day. These are easy to make too 🙂

Package these up in a goodie bags, a large bowl, or a cute container and you have a great gift too!

Valentine’s Day Snack Ideas

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Valentine Oreo Lovebug Treats

These irresistible treats feature the iconic Oreo cookies dipped in luscious melted chocolate, adorned with charming candy hearts and festive sprinkles.

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Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Rolls

These Mickey Cinnamon Rolls are perfect for Valentine’s Day or just any day They are easy to put together and just require canned cinnamon rolls.  Nothing starts a day off better than a delicious and cute breakfast!   Even better that these cinnamon rolls are simple to customize and make them to match any celebration at your breakfast table!

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HEART EYES EMOJI VALENTINE OREOS

These adorable Heart Eyes Emoji chocolate covered Oreos make the perfect Valentine’s Day treat! They are seriously almost too cute to eat!

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Pink Chocolate Covered Popcorn

This Valentine’s Day Popcorn recipe is quite easy to make. It only takes a few minutes, but the results are a fun Valentine Treat both kids and adults will enjoy.  The pink chocolate covered popcorn with M&Ms is equally perfect for a kids Valentine’s Day Party, as it is for a romantic movie night for the grown-ups… after the children are snug in their beds.

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Heart Shaped Vegan Cinnamon Rolls

Happy Valentine’s Day, friends! Whether you are celebrating Valentine’s day or not, and without being too cheesy, the world always needs love, right? so let’s embrace the opportunity to spread the sprinkles and make something nice.

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Cherry Rice Krispies Treats

This twist on Rice Krispies Treats brings together the delicious flavor of Rice Krispies treats that you expect and then takes it up a notch by adding in cherry flavor. This is perfect for Valentine’s Day or anytime of the year. This Rice Krispie treat recipe is so brightly colored that you won’t be able to stay away from them!

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Easy Strawberry Fudge

This Easy Strawberry Fudge is only three ingredients and simple to make! It only takes a few minutes to throw this fudge together and it has some great strawberry flavor! Plus, you have to admit it’s a beautiful color. I love to make this Easy Strawberry Fudge with my daughter because it allows us to have some bonding time and it’s so simple to make!

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Red Velvet Cheese Ball

Luscious red velvet cake and cream cheese frosting flavors come together for a one of a kind dessert experience. This red velvet cheese ball recipe is perfect for Valentine’s Day, Christmas or just because! 

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Cupid Arrow Candy 

If you’re a regular follower here you know we love to share cute and fun crafts. Well today we’re sharing this adorable DIY cupid arrow candy. This treat is a perfect Valentine’s Day treat idea! And it also doubles as a fun kids craft for Valentine’s Day with the added bonus that the kids can eat a few after you’re done making them!

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Triple Chocolate Crunch Bars

Ever made your own chocolate bar? These simple Triple Chocolate Crunch Bars are full of white, milk and dark chocolates. Pecans and crisped rice give them a nice crunch!

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XOXO Valentine’s Day Cupcakes

Do you have any Valentine’s Day traditions? We surely do! Every year, we make our XOXO Valentine’s Day Cupcakes and other fun cupcakes. We have been very busy baking and creating several Valentine’s Day crafts to decorate our home.

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EASY DECORATED ROSE COOKIES

Learn how to decorate rose cookies using fondant and homemade buttercream icing. These beautiful pink rose sugar cookies are great for weddings, showers, or Valentine’s Day.

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RED VELVET CAKE MIX COOKIES

Red Velvet cake mix cookies are an easy way to make vibrant red cookies for the holidays. If you don’t feel like making scratch cookie dough or getting your fingers red from food coloring, baking cookies from cake mix is a great option.

FAQ Section:

Are there any healthy twists to Valentine’s Day snacks suitable for a classroom celebration?

Absolutely! Consider serving fruit kabobs with heart-shaped strawberries, grapes, and melon. For a protein-packed option, create a yogurt parfait station with mini marshmallows and granola for a sweet and wholesome treat.

Can you recommend some homemade treats that are easy to prepare for a class party?

Certainly! How about heart-shaped rice crispy treats or Valentine-themed popcorn mix? These homemade delights are not only delicious but also add a personal touch to the celebration.

What’s a great way to incorporate mini marshmallows into Valentine’s Day snacks?

Mini marshmallows are a versatile ingredient! Try making marshmallow pops by dipping them in melted chocolate and arranging them in heart shapes. They make for a delightful and easy-to-share treat.

How can I add a unique touch to the snacks for a Valentine’s Day classroom party?

Consider organizing a snack decorating station where kids can personalize their treats. Provide toppings like heart-shaped sprinkles, edible glitter, and colorful icing for an interactive and creative experience.

Are there any sweet treats that require minimal preparation and are allergy-friendly?

Absolutely! Prepare fruit skewers with heart-shaped fruit pieces, or offer allergy-friendly, store-bought sweets like heart-shaped cookies and gummy treats for a hassle-free and inclusive celebration.

Can you suggest a fun treat that involves peanut butter for a Valentine’s Day class party?

Peanut butter lovers, rejoice! Create peanut butter and jelly heart-shaped sandwiches, or make a delightful peanut butter dip for fruit slices. It’s a tasty and satisfying treat for everyone to enjoy.

How can I make Valentine snacks with candy melts for a classroom party?

Dive into the world of creativity with candy melts! Dip pretzels, strawberries, or marshmallows in melted candy, and let the kids decorate with festive sprinkles. It’s a delicious and visually appealing treat that adds a touch of magic to the celebration.

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