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13 Edible Valentine Ideas For A Kids’ Classroom

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I felt like I really needed to step it up in the Valentine’s Day participation for my son’s classroom this year. I was so busy during X-mas time that I didn’t send anything special to his classroom. Someone smack my hand, please. Instead of just sending a card with a chewy chocolate candy attached, I decided I would send something yummy, creative, and a little of of the norm for the classroom to celebrate with. Here are 13 great ideas to choose from. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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  • Cherry Almond Mini-Cakes 1 of 13
    Cherry Almond Mini-Cakes
    These cherry surprise filled almond cakes are sure to delight kids and parents alike. Tiny enough for little hands and perfect size for an adult bite. Get the recipe here: Presley's Pantry
    Photo credit: Nicole Presley
  • Orejitas de Chango 2 of 13
    Orejitas de Chango
    Orejitas de Chango means ear of a monkey.... Too cute to pass up this puff pastry valentine treat. Get the recipe here: PERU DELIGHTS
    Photo credit: Morena Escardo
  • Raisin Arroz con Leche Empanadas 3 of 13
    Raisin Arroz con Leche Empanadas
    Raisin Arroz con Leche perfectly tucked away in an empanada shell makes this treat easy to transport and easy to eat! Get the recipe here:Nibbles and Feasts
    Photo credit: Ericka Sanchez
  • Strawberry Shortcake Fudge 4 of 13
    Strawberry Shortcake Fudge
    Pink fudge? I love it. Any Valentine would go weak in the knees for this holiday sweet. Get the recipe here: Parent Pretty
    Photo credit: Crissy Page
  • Valentine PopTarts 5 of 13
    Valentine PopTarts
    Homemade V-Day PopTarts would make the perfect treat as a breakfast sweet for your kids class room. Get the recipe here: The Art Muse
    Photo credit: Rachel Matos
  • Cupid’s Crunch 6 of 13
    Cupid's Crunch
    Cupid surely knew how to pierce my heart with this cute crunch. Get the recipe here: This Mama Loves Her Bargains
    Photo credit: Queen B
  • Valentine Bunuelos 7 of 13
    Valentine Bunuelos
    Crispy, flakey sugary heart shaped bunuelos for V-day.... What more do you need? Get the recipe here: Growing up BLACKXICAN
    Photo credit: Ruby Wright
  • Peanut Butter Fudge 8 of 13
    Peanut Butter Fudge
    This treat will make everyone from miles around know your name. You may have to make several tray to feed everyone! Get the recipe here:Shockingly Delicious
    Photo credit: Dorothy Reinhold
  • Valentine’s Day Fairy Bread 9 of 13
    Valentine's Day Fairy Bread
    An Australian treat on American soil... I would gladly eat this fairy bread and it's a kids proof winner. Get the recipe here: Create Celebrate Explore
    Photo credit: Tonya Jones Staab
  • Dulce de Leche Bars 10 of 13
    Dulce de Leche Bars
    Dulce de Leche Bars are easy, delicious and hopefully will be able to make it out of your kitchen. If not, then make another batch for the kids. Get the recipe here:Sweet Life
    Photo credit: Vianney Rodriguez
  • Heartbreaker Nut Brittle 11 of 13
    Heartbreaker Nut Brittle
    Caramel jammed with fresh nuts is a wonderful way to celebrate V-Day! Break off a piece and give it to me. Get the recipe here: Average Betty
    Photo credit: Sara O'Donnell
  • Mini Shortbread Heart Shaped Cookies 12 of 13
    Mini Shortbread Heart Shaped Cookies
    Here are some simple shortbread hearts you can make at home then easily transport over to the classroom. Also, this recipe works well with ANY cookie cutter shape you desire. Get the recipe here: Babble
    Photo credit: The Nap Time Chef
  • Raspberry White Chocolate Chunk Scones 13 of 13
    Raspberry White Chocolate Chunk Scones
    These fabulous scones fit the bill whether you want to bring something fantastic to a classroom party or send the teachers a special treat! Get the recipe here: Babble
    Photo credit: Julievr

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