Valentine’s Day is the perfect reason to make time to be together and to show your loved ones how much you care for them. Making a fun Valentine's meal or dessert at home may be safer than trying to eat at a restaurant on a busy holiday.
Remember to check all labels to ensure ingredients are safe for your child. It is best to not try new foods or ingredients on a special day.
Make heart-shaped pancakes for breakfast. Or make them as "breakfast for dinner."
Make quesadillas and cut them into heart shapes using a cookie cutter or knife.
Melt allergy-friendly chocolate in the microwave. Cut up pieces of safe fruit to dip. You can also include safe cookies, pretzels marshmallows or other treats for dipping.
Heart-shaped cake or brownies
Using a safe cake recipe, make enough batter for two small cakes. Pour half of the batter into a square pan and half into a round pan. When cooled, turn the square cake so it makes a diamond. Cut the round cake in half and add these to the top of the diamond to make the shape of a heart. Add safe frosting and decorate.
Bake your favorite cake or brownie recipe in a heart shaped pan.
Bake up some fun Thumbprint Cookies filled with your favorite jam.
You can add safe crispy cereal to make Crunch Chocolates.