Valentine’s Day is in two days! Although my husband and I do not really celebrate that day, it is a special day for our children. Our children love holidays…all holidays. One of the things our kids like best about the holidays are all of the treats and desserts that come along with them.
If you are anything like me, time gets away from you too fast. It is not too late if you would like to do some baking for Valentine’s Day with your child. Sometimes I feel like a schmuck as a mom. Trying to find that right balance of work, housework, and family time is not always the easiest thing to do.
Simple Kid-Friendly Valentine’s Day Recipes
Luckily it is not too late to redeem yourself with some simple kid-friendly Valentine’s Day recipes by Disney. Of course, every thing by Disney is so perfect and – and these are no different. These treats look delicious and adorable – almost too cute to eat! Almost…
One of my new favorite websites is Disney’s Spoonful. I love this site and all of the great ideas it inspires for crafts, cooking, creating and playing with your child(ren). This site is all about Disney and bringing parents and children together.
Here are some of the top 10 cute recipes Disney has to offer for Valentine’s Day:
Mickey’s Chocolate-Dipped Valentine Cookies
Piglet’s Valentine Cupcakes
Tiana’s Heart-to-Heart Cookies – Inspired by the movie The Princess and the Frog – these cookies make great treats to give out to your child’s valentine!
Strawberry Rosebuds – These beautiful strawberry roses are inspired by Sleeping Beauty. What could be better than chocolate covered strawberries?
Do your children love cooking with you? Every night at dinnertime our children want to “help” us make dinner. They especially love when they can help make dessert. I am not always good with making treats for the holidays, but this is something I am working on. I want to create great memories for my children. Plus, what can be more fun than whipping up some yummy treats?
There are a lot more ideas for kid-friendly recipes on Spoonful, not only for Valentine’s Day but also for any day of the year. Plus there are a lot of ideas for other holidays throughout the year.