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11 Valentine's Day Treats Kids Will Love

Easy and delicious dessert recipes to help share the love

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From marshmallow wands to pink velvet brownies, feel the love with these easy and delicious Valentine's Day treats that are a great alternative to the candy aisle. (Some are even healthy!)

Frozen Yogurt Strawberry Bites

All you have to do is dunk the strawberries in yogurt, freeze them-and then remember to share! (Via Diary of a Fit Mommy)

Cupid's Arrow Pretzel Rods

You'll be struck by how effortless it is to turn a bag of pretzels and a box of conversation candy hearts into these adorable bites. (Via A Dash of Sanity)

Valentine Fruit Wands

No cooking or added sugars involved in these lip-smacking delights. Pick your kiddo's favorite fruits, and then use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to help you carve them. (Via A Few Shortcuts)

Chocolate Cheesecake Cookie Bites

Add some cocoa to sugar cookie mix, bake and then top with cheesecake filling-proving that sometimes you can have your cake and your cookies, too. (Via Life With the Crust Cut Off)

Valentine's Day Marshmallow Wands

Roll marshmallows in melted chocolate and then decorate with your favorite toppings. Yes, seriously, that's it. (Via Two Sisters Crafting)

Pink Velvet Cheesecake Swirl Brownies

Hot pink food coloring brightens up the bowl of boring brownie batter, and a layer of cheesecake filling makes the whole treat even more appealing. (Via Hungry Happenings)

Chocolate Cherry Ice Cream Float

Because sometimes dessert is best consumed with a straw, combine syrup, ice cream and soda into a glass for this sweet splurge. (Via Your Homebased Mom)

Valentine's Cookie Bark

From melting the gooey white chocolate to sprinkling fun candies on top, it only takes five minutes to whip this recipe together. (Via Crazy for Crust)

Valentine Chocolate Hearts

Coat heart-shaped peanut-butter cups with melted chocolate, and then have fun getting creative with the messages you put on each one. (Via I Heart Naptime)

Chocolate Dipped Butter Cookies

A secret ingredient (orange juice!) in this butter cookie recipe gives them a zesty kick. Once baked, dip them in creamy white chocolate and decorate. (Via Kitchen Gidget)

Two-Ingredient Strawberry Fudge

All it takes is strawberry frosting and white chocolate chips, and you've got homemade fudge. Mmm. (Via Cookies and Cups)