We’re so excited to share a few of our favorite treats for Valentine’s Day! No matter how busy you are, whether you’re making for the whole class or just for two, check out our favorite no-hassle treats!
Rice Krispie Pops - if you’re just super busy or you need to serve a whole class, rice krispie pops are a great option! These quick, no hassle treats are a kid-favorite all year long. We recommend using pink and red sprinkles and pink or red straws in order to make them festive for Valentine’s Day! Click the links above to shop supplies! We recommend buying premade rice krispies from Costco or Sam’s in bulk to save! Then simply stick a popsicle or straw in one end, dip into chocolate, place on a cookie sheet covered with wax paper, then shake sprinkles over top, place in the fridge long enough for chocolate to harden and remove when ready to serve! Take it one step further by arranging the pops like a bouquet to serve!
Red Velvet Cupcakes - No recipe needed here, simply grab a box of red velvet cake-mix and cream cheese icing for a delicious, simple and festive treat! Don’t forget the eggs! We have no shame in busy mommas using a box mix! Add sprinkles or top with a strawberry to take it up a notch!
Festive Spin on Classic Cupcakes - If you’re in love with the classics, play it super simple and add a drop of red coloring to vanilla or cream cheese icing for a delicious crowd-pleaser with the classic flavor everyone loves.
Sweet and Salty Popcorn Mix - Another great recipe to make in bulk! Toss together this mix with NO effort and at the last minute and serve! Our favorite mix includes: regular popcorn, pink and white M&Ms, pretzels, marshmallows and sprinkles. This mix is easy, affordable and great for packaging to hand out to a child’s class. Check out these cute baggies we found on Amazon.
We hope you love these quick and easy treats! Let us know by tagging @clthousewives and using #clthousewives and #housewivesinthecity.
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