My kids’ classroom Valentine’s Day parties are looming, and it’s time to start thinking about those sweet treats I signed up to bring. I’m setting my goals higher than just grabbing store-bought cookies this year, but not so high that I totally stress out. Which is why I’m so happy to have found 12 really fun Valentine’s Day treats¬†for the classroom that are super easy to make.¬†Phew.

Top: Tic-Tac-Toe Snack | Sippy Cup Mom

Related: Ditch the store-bought candy for these easy homemade Valentine’s Day treats for the kids.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Ombre sugar cookies at Alice and Lois

Some simple iced sugar cookies are perfect for a class party, and these gorgeous ombre Valentine Sugar Cookies at Alice and Lois kick them up a notch without any extra work. Just start with a light shade of pink frosting, ice a few cookies, add a few more drops of coloring to the frosting, ice a few more cookies, add more color, and so on. And, hey, nobody will be the wiser if you start with store-bought sugar cookie dough.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Candy Heart Teddy Bears at Hello Wonderful

Adorable! These¬†Teddy Grahams holding Candy Hearts at Hello Wonderful will get a resounding¬†Awwww!¬†from the kids when you deliver them on Valentine’s Day. And wait until you see how easy these are to put together.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: S'mores Snack Mix at A Night Owl

Buy the ingredients for this¬†S’mores Snack Mix¬†recipe at A Night Owl and let your kids make it themselves. You know, while you eat bonbons in a bubble bath. Ha!

Related:¬†Chocolate boxes for Valentine’s Day that are way cooler than the kind you can pick up at the drugstore.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Heart-shaped Pretzels at The Semisweet Sisters

If you’re looking for a salty snack to bring to the classroom instead of more sweets, these¬†Heart-Shaped Soft Pretzels at The Semisweet Sisters are perfect. I’d make them about half the size for a class party, but either way, they’re easier to make than it might seem. And, shhh, store-bought crescent dough can make them even easier.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Tic Tac Toe graham crackers at Sippy Cup Mom

Win big this Valentine’s Day by bringing in snacks¬†and¬†a¬†game — it’s easy with this all-in-one Valentine’s Day¬†Tic-Tac-Toe Snack at Sippy Cup Mom (above & top). If you think that the board is made with frosting that’s bound to get messy, think again. Melissa is way smarter than that.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Heart-shaped Pizzas at Sarah Hearts

If your kid’s classroom party happens at lunchtime and you’ve been asked to contribute to the spread, you have to check out these ¬†Heart-Shaped Pizzas at Sarah Hearts. Perfect, right?! And her tip¬†for the pizza crust makes these incredibly easy.

Related: 6 ideas for a really fun Valentine’s Day lunch for the kids.

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Heart-shaped beets at The Art of Doing Stuff

My kids would think these¬†Heart-Shaped Beets at The Art of Doing Stuff¬†are about the meanest thing I could bring to their class party, but if yours love their veggies — or your school has incredibly strict rules about classroom snacks — go for it.¬†You can also make them using strawberries or red peppers, which would work nicely for a Valentine’s Day lunch spread.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Oreo Pops at Happiness is Handmade

Okay, back to the sweets! Dipping Oreos in chocolate is one of the easiest — and tastiest — treats you can make, so check out¬†Heidi’s tips for how to make¬†perfect¬†Valentine’s Day Oreo Pops¬†at Happiness is Homemade. These will be a massive hit at any class party, I guarantee it.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Emoji Oreos at Dorky's Deals

If you have older kids or maybe kids who are, uh, too cool for pink hearts (psh!), try these¬†Emoji Valentine Oreos at Dorky’s Deals. They are much easier to make than they look, and you know the kids will absolutely love them. Or, expanding-heart them.

Related: 5 ways to turn a pan of brownies into an easy Valentine’s Day dessert.

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Rods at Love from the Oven

The colors on these¬†Chocolate-Dipped¬†Pretzel Rods at Love from the Oven are gorgeous, and they’re so simple to make. Especially if you have the kids help: They¬†can dip and sprinkle while you supervise. Just make sure to have them watch the video first so that they know what they’re doing and can at least¬†try¬†to keep from making a humongous mess.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Butter Spritz cookies at If You Give a Blonde a Kitchen

Spritz cookies are my go-to during the winter holidays because it’s so fast and easy to make a ton of them at once. So how have I never thought of making¬†Valentine’s Day Butter Spritz Cookies? This recipe at¬†If You Give a Blonde a Kitchen is both delicious and totally brilliant.

 

Valentine's Day classroom treats: Chocolate Pretzels at The Paper Pi√Īata

Cutest Chocolate Covered Pretzels¬†| The Paper Pi√Īata

The chocolate-covered pretzels¬†that we found at The Paper Pi√Īata while searching for¬†easy homemade Valentine’s Day treats for kids last year are what you make when it’s 9:00 pm and you realize, OMG, Valentine’s Day is tomorrow! Sweet-and-salty makes everyone happy, plus these look like you spent hours on them. Disaster averted.