How to Make Valentine's Day Recipes for Kids

How to Make Valentine's Day Recipes for Kids

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Have fun in the kitchen with your child making these delicious Valentine’s Day treats.

Step 1: Make heart-shaped pancakes
Make heart-shaped pancakes for the whole family. Prepare the pancake batter according to package directions and add a few drops red food coloring.

Step 2: Make the pancakes
Cook the pancakes on a skillet and use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out hearts. These will win the heart of everyone.

Step 3: Make heart shape in oatmeal
Put on a smile on your child’s face by drizzling a heart shape with honey onto their bowl of oatmeal.

Step 4: Enjoy a love potion
Enjoy a lemon love potion with your child. Combine the raspberry sherbet with the lemonade. Then add the lemon soda, stir, and enjoy.

Step 5: Paint a Valentine cookie
Paint your own Valentine sugar cookie using edible paint. Mix the egg yolk and water in a small bowl and then add a few drops of red food coloring.

Add enough food coloring to get your desired shade of red.

Step 6: Paint cookie
Paint a Valentine design on your unbaked sugar cookies. Then bake them according to package directions. Have fun baking together, and happy Valentine’s Day!

Did You Know?
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