Healthy Valentines Snack Plate for The Kids + 10 Fun Valentines Crafts!


As I mentioned last week for Valentine’s we will be doing a Family dinner and movie date night! But, that is the evening so what will we be doing during the day?

Well, I plan to do a bunch of fun crafts for with my kiddos for the morning… I’ve put 10 of them together for this fun little round up. We plan to do quite a few of these and I thought they were just too good not to share!


I also plan to make the day as fun as possible with my kids. My husband will be working that day so it will just be me and the kiddies. I want to make a fun afternoon snack, and maybe take a trip to the park after a morning full of fun crafts!


Healthy Valentine Snack Plate for The Kids

snacktitleWhat you Need:

  • Hummus
  • Pita bread
  • Brick cheese
  • Salami or summer sausage
  • *heart shaped cookie cutters in varying sizes


  1. Slice the block of cheese in half and thin use a sharp serrated knife or cheese slicer to slice the cheese into squares (approximately 2″x2″). Use the heart shaped cookie cutter to cut the cheese into heart shapes.
  2.  Use another cookie cutter to cut the pita bread into heart shapes (see photo).
  3. Lastly, slice the summer sausage (or salami) and use the cookie cutter to cut out a heat shape (see photo).
  4. Serve with hummus on the side.





5a1What are you doing this Valentine’s Day? Any fun or interesting foods planned?


  1. The snack plate for Valentine’s Day is a cute idea. I love that it doesn’t involve sweets like most Valentine’s treats.

  2. Oh, you and your family are going to have so much fun! Those crafts are perfect for Valentine’s Day – and I would love that heart-shaped snack. Hummus and cheese – two of my favorite things.

  3. I love your healthy Valentine’s Day snack plate. I am still trying to decide what special lunch I am going to make.

  4. These are awesome Valentine crafts and a great healthy snack plate for the kids. I love the idea of using the cookie cutter for the food which the kids would devour. The Valentine crafts would be so much fun to do with my niece’s kids. Thanks for sharing the ideas.

  5. I love all of these ideas, they’re so much fun. That birdfeeder looks like something we should make asap. And the snack plate is perfect for a kiddos (or adult) Valentine’s treat!

  6. Can I just say that is so cute! I would’ve never thought about doing this and I even have the cookie-cutter to do it with. I’m going to do that for Valentine’s Day for my son.

  7. How creative! Such a lovely idea, and it’s really easy too. It’s going to be perfect as an after school snack on Valentine’s!

  8. I have always included my boys in all our Valentine’s Day activities. I love the idea of being able to complete crafts like these with them. It’s a great way to spend quality time together.

  9. Crafting with the baby in the AM, then I will be making heart shaped pancakes for my youngest son’s class & surprising the older two with lunch at school. I also have a special Valentine’s dinner menu planned. Hoping it turns out good. ;-) lol I love what you’re doing here. It’s so special to spend the time with our little’s and make days like this special. The memories are priceless.

  10. All these heart-shaped goodies are love. I think they aren’t just for kids. I would most certainly do ’em at home. It would be perfect instead of going out and joining Valentines Day madness.

  11. Valentine’s day is so special at home with lots of fun all around & the snack plate looks really cute & infact a creative snack idea that kids would fall in love so easily. Would love to give it a try.

  12. Very cute! I love making snacks with my Bento shape cutters. These is so cute and creative! My boys would love this fun snack on Valentine’s Day. Thanks for sharing hon. I want to get some heart shaped cutters and try this.

  13. What fun crafts you have here, I wish my boys would sit and craft with my daughter and I for longer… mater of fact… we’d probably craft from the time we wake til bedtime. We love to craft. I also love how you used pita bread in place of crackers! So many benefits, biggest one for me is less mess. haha

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