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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

TREATS :: Easy Kids Valentines Treats

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Today I am sharing a last minute treat idea that you can use for your kids on Valentines Day or do what I have done, and use as a super easy no bake treat to take in to your kids classroom party at school because you run out of time to bake. Are you with me on this? Anyone ever been in this situation?

As much as I LOVE to bake, sometimes it's just not feasible to fit in your schedule but that doesn't mean that your treats have to be lame. Nope. I will share how easy it is to make them rock and the kids will love them too.



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Grab the 'classics' at the store that are already pre-made. You know the ones . . . those that we don't allow our kids to eat all of the time because it's too high in sugar but was a major food group for us growing up. Yup, total kettle moment there but we are striving to feed our kids better right? ;)

So anything in the 'Little Debbie' food group works for this or grab some pre-made brownies, cupcakes or cookies from the bakery or if you can still find some Hostess items in your grocery, those are my personal "go-to's", when I need a no bake item quick and to make super cute! 


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Grab some fun drinking straws or these dipping sticks, all of which can be found at your fave craft store, and attach a fun graphic to the end, like a Valentines Day topper from my shop, or something else that you have or can come up with. Just tape it on the stick and insert in the no bake treat and display in a fun way and your 'awesome momma' status is still in check. ;)


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I hope this has helped you realize that not everything has to be made from scratch and to work with the time and resources you have, as it still can be fun and fab! 

What no bake items have you used for a kids party? What is your snack of choice? Let me know and share with me below . . .


 



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23 comments:

  1. What a cute idea. My kids would absolutely love those treats!

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  2. Yummy! Forget the kids...I would love one of those brownies.
    I'm not sure that if I am on treat day or not but these would be perfect!

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  3. These kind of treat children would love to have, and adults as well -:). Those fun graphics are so cute, a fun idea to cheer up a party.

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  4. These are absolutely darling! My daughter would love to hand these out to her class!

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  5. Those are pretty. I'm sure the kids at school will love this.

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  6. What a fun way to add a personal touch to store bought treats. You're so creative!

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  7. This is adorable, I like that they are easy to make and are no bake! They sound delicious I can't wait to try them.

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  8. they are so cute and bright! amazing
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  9. I love them! They are so cute and bright and so so adorable

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  10. These are so great! Def cute, quick and yummi!

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  11. What a great idea for a nice treat! and really easy to make! thanks for sharing

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  12. Awe very cute and so easy. My kids are going to love this. Thanks for sharing .

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  13. These are so cute..and simple.

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  14. We love Little Debbie snacks and what a great idea. I'll have to do this when I'm not in the mood to bake. :)

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  15. I love Little Debbie...so yummy! Brings me back to my childhood! And this is a perfect, quick, sweet treat.

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  16. This is too cute and we love Little Debbie snacks!!!

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  17. This is so cute! I was just thinking I needed those toppers when I saw your Etsy link! Aha

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  18. What cute ideas. I love little debbie snacks. I haven't had one in years though. I love the little toppers too!

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  19. So cute! I love the tongue sticking out! ;-)

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  20. I love all your printables! So cute #

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  21. I love these little toppers, they are so cute! I am just doing chocolate dipped strawberries for the kid's treat this year, but I think the toppers would make them extra special!

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  22. I remember I used to love these things! That does make Valentine's day easy!

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