Heart shaped cake for the kiddies.
I made it egg free and lower calorie by just adding a can of Diet Sprite to a box of cake mix. Can't get much easier than that! Then I heated up the frosting and poured it over the cake and the kids added sprinkles. Easy, cheap and the kids loved it. (I'm not a fan of strawberry cake.)
We dipped pink marshmallows in white chocolate, then dipped them in sprinkles (or added the M&M - which sorta looks like a cupcake, and some of them looked like a nipple, but...whatever. Hopefully that's not the first thing everyone else thought of.
Perv.) These were for the teachers.
These were the Valentine's Mr. Little Man gave out.
The printable came from HERE if anyone is interested. I thought they turned out very cute.
Last, but not least, I made Valentine's bark - that I plan on doing again if time permits. You can see the original post HERE.
Terrible lighting, but add some bark to some pink marshmallows, and you have another neat little gift to give.
Wow, I did some cute stuff last year. Damn, now people are going to be expecting something all cutesie and I haven't planned a single thing. Well, that's not exactly true...I am planning on making large egg free heart shaped sugar cookies for the kids to decorate at the preschool Valentine's party AND I think I'm going to make some Valentine's Chex Mix to give out as Valentine's. I found some cute little boxes from Target to put it in...I'll post pics when I get it done!