We are sharing, healthy and easy Valentines Day treat ideas for school. You will find all types of easy valentine’s day treats that are great for school parties and treat bags that are also healthy.
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Valentine’s Day is that time of year when kids in elementary school or other larger grades can have fun with conversation hearts, classroom parties, party favors, and all types of fun Valentine’s day treats.
Valentine’s Day treat ideas for school do not have to be all junk food. You can get creative and actually make healthy valentine snacks that still hit the sweet spot.
Teaching our kids how to make better choices when it comes to food is very important, and will set them up for success as they grow older.
Below are tons of Valentines Day treat ideas for school that will not upset little tummies but provide them with great nutrition.
Healthy Valentines day treat ideas for school
Best chocolate-covered peanut candy
My chocolate-covered peanut recipe is a very easy and healthy way to eat chocolate and peanuts.
To give it as Valentine’s school snack simply just add Valentine’s Day sprinkles over your chocolate-covered peanuts right before you put them in the freezer or fridge.
Dried Strawberry Slices
You can dehydrate strawberries to make strawberry chips that mimic a heart and you can place them in a fun valentines days snack bag.
Stove-top candid pecans with drizzled chocolate
Our stove-top candied pecans with a drizzle of chocolate are a sweet and yummy treat that all kids will love. To keep Valentine’s day theme simply sprinkle some fun Valentine’s Day sprinkles over your stove-top pecans while they’re still wet.
Monster Energy bites
These homemade treats for Valentine’s are a great healthy option for goodie bags and can be a huge hit in a child’s classroom. You use fun ingredients like candy eyes!
Homemade Graham Crackers
Graham crackers in the store have a lot of unnecessary ingredients. These Homemade graham crackers are a great option to make in bulk for a classroom.
Valentine’s Day dessert board
This healthy dessert valentine’s day charcuterie board gives plenty of healthy options that you can bag up and place cute valentine’s bags to give to a class.
Healthy Double Chocolate Muffins with Fresh Strawberries
Whoever thought double chocolate muffins would be healthy, these muffins have great ingredients and will be a fun thing to make for your child’s class.
Strawberry oatmeal, cookies
Oatmeal is very good for little ones because it’s a healthy choice, so making cookies that have strawberries in them would be a great Valentine’s treat.
This is a better way to give fruit when you need a quick and easy valentines snack to give for your child’s classroom.
Preschool Valentines: You’re My Main SQUEEZE!
I love these cute signs to put on and an applesauce pouch. Applesauce is great for kids and is a sweet, but healthy option as well.
Homemade Cheese crackers
These homemade cheese crackers only have six ingredients and are special treats to place in valentine’s theme bag to give to children.
A heart-shaped cookie cutter is used to make these easy snacks for your little ones’ class and it is a great way to be creative on Valentine’s Day.
Healthy Oven Baked Apple chips
If you don’t have a dehydrator, these healthy apple chips are for those who only have ovens and want to have a healthy snack for their child on Valentine’s Day.
Frozen yogurt hearts
Frozen fruit yogurt heart snacks are a yummy and delicious way to celebrate Valentine’s Day for any age. Getting yogurt in a shape of a heart is a cute idea for a class party.
Chocolate Candy hearts
These chocolate candy hearts come with all types of toppings that your little one will love.
You can make a bunch of these valentine’s treats and put them in a cute valentines bag for their classmates.
Dark Chocolate Peanut butter truffles
This fun valentine’s day snack has peanut butter and dark chocolate giving it a healthy spin on truffles for all kids in school.
Chocolate Pumpkin Butter Cup Recipe
These chocolate pumpkin butter cups are actually nut free which is key when giving your child’s classmates any type of snack for Valentine’s day.
Chocolate nut bark
This chocolate nut bark is a quick and easy way to use melted chocolate and make a valentine’s snack for your child’s class.
This easy treat can be cut up and placed in a cute Valentine’s Day bag for all kids to enjoy.
Healthy chocolate-covered strawberries
These chocolate-covered strawberries have great ingredients, such as raw, honey, cacao butter, and cacao powder.
All these ingredients are a healthy way to do chocolate-covered strawberries for your child’s classmates to enjoy!
Strawberry nut butter truffles
Strawberry nut butter truffles sound fancy, but they’re easy to do and will make a great treat to put in baggies for a Valentine’s Day party.
Homemade peppermint bark
This is a different take on a bark snack for a child’s classroom valentines party. Homemade peppermint bark is a fun and festive Valentine’s Day treat all kids can enjoy.
Keto chocolate tahini fat bombs
Chocolate tahini fat bombs taste like peanut butter Reeses peanut butter cups but are a healthier version. This will be a great snack to make to put a Valentine’s Day goodie bag.
DIY banana chip Valentine’s Day snack and craft
Did you know can make your banana chips in the oven or dehydrator?
If you need to fill a goody Valentine’s Day bag, this is a perfect snack and craft is a cute and healthy for every kid.
You’re a grape valentines craft and snack!
The gift of fruit to kids might sound boring but these grapes make it look fun on Valentine’s Day. What a great and clever idea!
Valentine’s Day fruit messages
Writing little cute sayings on Valentine’s Day on fruit is a creative way to give a healthy and delicious snack to children of any age.
Strawberry yogurt pretzels
Kids would love strawberry yogurt pretzels because they are fast, quick, and easy to snack on while in class.
Compared to all other chocolate-covered pretzels candies at your local store this recipe is a healthier option.
Chocolate covered bananas
Every kid would love to snack on chocolate-covered bananas as they are fun to eat, delicious, and sweet to snack to have on Valentine’s Day.
Chocolate filled raspberries
Another fruit valentines themed treat that is very creative and health, chocolate filled raspberries!
My little one loves raspberries so to have them filled with chocolate is a winner in my book. I would use sugar free chocolate chips.
This recipe will show you how to cut strawberries in heart shapes and dip them in yummy chocolate sauce..you can’t go wrong with this sweet treat!
Healthy raspberry oatmeal cookies
Oatmeal (my favorite to use is Organic Sprouted Oats) and raspberry are two healthy ingredients, and putting them in a cookie creates an amazing sweet treat to share with all your child’s classmates.
Valentine’s Day, Apple snacks
Fruit is a go-to sweet treat on Valentine’s Day for all kids. Especially making a fruit heart-shaped treat but with a little flair to help it be more appealing for the little ones in your life.
Valentine’s Day water labels idea
This is not a food recipe but a beverage option. That is the healthiest drink you can give kids and it is also a creative way it give on Valentine’s Day.
This recipe shows you how to cut carrots into heart shapes. They use it in soup, but you can use it for anything you’d like all, and also a great idea to share with the class on Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day mini strawberry vegan pop tarts
The pop tarts you normally see at the grocery store are not the best type of snack you should give any child.
The ingredients are usually inflammatory and do not sit well in tummies.
This healthy version of the pop tart is a better option and a fun way to celebrate Valentine’s Day in your child’s classroom.
Valentine’s Day frozen yogurt bites
These Valentine’s Day frozen yogurt bites have a different take on frozen yogurt making them little bite-size snacks for all kids to enjoy
Valentine’s Day Chocolate banana bites
Keeping the theme of Valentine’s Day this chocolate banana bite recipe is a fun way to present bananas that every child would love.
Sugar-free peanut butter fudge
This Valentine’s Day snack only takes five ingredients and it’s sugar-free which is a great thing!
Even though this recipe is sugar-free, it is still sweet and yummy, and every child would love to have their peppermint fudge.
Healthy heart chocolate candies
This healthy milk chocolate candy only has three ingredients, has amazing healthy ingredients, and is a fun gift to package for your child’s classroom Valentine’s Day party.
Non-candy Valentine’s Day treat
This recipe gives you different types of ways to put a sweet message on Valentine’s Day without using any type of candy. It’s a quick and easy way to make Valentine’s Day fun and healthy for all children.
Butterfly clothes pin valentines crafts & treat
This is a cute craft to use but on a healthier version of a cracker-like Annie’s organic bunny crackers.
Using the goldfish brand isn’t the healthiest as there are better options of quick cheese, crackers for kids out there in the market today.
Fun Valentine’s Day message Treat
This recipe shows that you can buy any type of healthy pre-packaged treat like Annie’s bunny crackers and place a cute and fun Valentine’s Day message on it. This is a very quick and easy way to make any healthy Valentine’s Day treats for your child’s classroom.
Ladybug Jell-O fruit cup
Getting the healthiest version of the Jell-O fruit cup you can find can be a way to share a cute love bugs craft with all your child’s classmates on Valentine’s Day.
Homemade Sugar-free Twix bars
I love making homemade sugar-free Twix bars! These are easy to do and taste so good, really anybody, adults or child would love to have them on Valentine’s Day homemade twix bar.
Vegan chocolate, peanut butter cupcakes
This chocolate peanut butter cupcake recipe is vegan and a healthy take on a yummy peanut butter cupcake. Cupcakes are perfect for a Valentine’s theme party especially for your child’s classmates.
Vegan meringue kisses
These vegan marine pink kisses are perfect for Valentine’s Day! You do not need a lot of ingredients or supplies to make this and it’s a quick and easy way to make a fun Valentine’s treat for your child and their friends.
Dye-free natural pink cookie balls.
Ingredients like red 40 and yellow dyes are horrible for your health especially if you’re giving them to children. These cookie balls avoid all those unnecessary ingredients and make an amazing healthy treat for your little one and their classmates.
Strawberry chocolate chip scone
Strawberry scones are delicious and easy to make with simple ingredients. If you make these Valentine’s Day treats for your little one or their class and they will all love them.
Healthy Valentine snack mix
This is a very simple snack mix you can make if you do not have much time. The ingredients are simple and can be made or bought, perfect for any Valentine’s goodie bag too.
Valetine Sandwich Cookie
This sweet sandwich cookie is shaped like a heart and goes along with the Valentine’s theme. It has simple ingredients and you can replace some of the ingredients to be organic and use a sugar replacement like using maple syrup or honey.
I hope you got healthy Valentines Day treat ideas for school! Let us know in the comments below which is your favorite.
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Valentine’s Day Healthy Truffles
This chocolate treat is a great bit size snack for all ages and will be a great healthy alternative to other sweet finger foods.
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