Valentine’s Day might be all about flowers and candy, but these easy and delicious Valentine’s Day snacks are the best way to show someone you care!
And from sweet to savory, I’ve got a little something for everyone.
Whether you’re celebrating the big day with someone special or have a Galentine’s Day party in the books, you need these Valentine’s Day snacks.
Because it’s a day for love, which includes kids, friends, co-workers, and more.
So if you want to make everyone feel special this Valentine’s Day, make one of the snack recipes below.
Healthy Valentine’s Day Snacks and A Few Sweet Treats
Bruschetta is a natural choice for a Valentine’s Day snack.
It’s beautifully red with all the tomatoes. And all you’ll need is a heart-shaped cookie cutter to slice the bread.
This version calls for goat cheese, which adds a lovely creamy tang. But feel free to use Brie or regular cream cheese if you prefer.
Don’t put away that heart-shaped cookie cutter just yet! You can use it for this recipe, too.
Homemade pizza is my love language, so I just had to include this cute recipe.
It’s ideal for pretty much everyone, and super easy to modify with toppings – from the sauce to the cheese!
The possibilities are endless – as long as you have that cookie cutter, of course.
3. Hanky Panky
I know this isn’t the best looking snack on the list. But who can turn down some hanky panky on Valentine’s Day?
Especially when it tastes this good!
It’s like a mix between a sausage ball and cheesy Rotel dip. And it’s extra delish on crunchy bagel bites!
Not all Valentine’s Day snacks need to be heart-shaped or have suggestive names.
In fact, some of them are so delicious, they don’t have to be festive. And that’s the case with this incredible Neiman Marcus dip.
It’s thick, cheesy and full of flavorful green onions and salty bacon. Plus, you can whip it up in just 15 minutes.
How cute are these frozen yogurt bites?
From the pretty pink color to the heart-shaped sprinkles on top, they’re just so stinkin’ adorable!
And between the Greek yogurt and frozen raspberries, they’re also pretty darn healthy.
Stuffed mushrooms are always an easy favorite when it comes to appetizers. They’re bite-sized morsels of YUM, and no one can have just one.
And they’re ideal as a starter to a date night dinner or a finger-friendly food for your Galentine’s party.
These feature a succulent crab filling, making them even more decadent and irresistible. They’re earthy, herby, and overflowing with umami goodness.
These tasty mouthfuls are light, fresh, and just a bit zingy.
The salmon pairs flawlessly with the dill, garlic, and lemon spread. And since you’ll use tortillas, they’re not too carb-heavy.
And, of course, you could easily make them heart-shaped too!
It’s hard to beat baked brie if you’re looking for an over-the-top, impressive snack.
The golden pastry and gooey cheese are pretty much to die for.
But believe it or not, it’s effortless to make at home! Just wrap the cheese in store-bought pastry and add the flavor of your choice.
If you thought regular old baked brie was good, this will blow your mind. It’s sweet, savory, and melt-in-your-mouth delicious.
Potatoes for Valentine’s Day?! Yes, please!
I’d eat potatoes for every meal if I could. So heart-shaped spuds are totally my jam.
And these babies are loaded with crispy, garlicky goodness.
Serve them with chicken, fish, steak, and more. You really can’t go wrong.
Need a sweet and healthy Valentine’s Day snack to send with the kids to school? How about trail mix?
It’s super easy to make a big batch, and even easier to portion into little bags for lunch boxes.
And the best part is there’s no cooking involved! Just mix everything in a big bowl and it’s ready to go.
Oh, and feel free to change the recipe to suit your tastes.
Chocolate-covered pretzels are a fun and easy treat for any holiday. You can easily make them festive with different colors and sprinkles.
For Valentine’s Day, go with white, pink, or red. And if you can’t find candy melts, just use regular chocolate and add sprinkles.
Want something gorgeous and fun but also healthy? No problem! Check out this recipe for a Valentine’s Day fruit tray.
It’s a colorful array of berries and pomegranate arils. And when it’s arranged just right, it looks like a fruit rainbow with a heart in the center.
Plus, it’s all-natural and requires no cooking.
Sweet, rich, and ready in 10 minutes! That’s what you’ll get with this festive, fluffy Valentine’s Day dip.
It’s totally decadent and perfect for dipping with pretzels, brownie bites, fruit, cookies, and more.
Best of all, you can make it with five simple ingredients.
It’ll wow the crowd, and no one has to know it was such an easy treat to make.
14. Pizza Roses
Is your favorite part of pizza the pepperonis? If so, you’ll absolutely adore these pizza roses.
They look stunningly gorgeous – almost like real flowers!
And their taste is about 99.9% pepperoni. (With just enough cheese, dough, and pizza sauce to still taste like pizza.)
These will be a massive hit if your Valentine is an ‘extra pepperoni‘ or ‘meat lover’ kind of person.
Never waste your money on shop-bought chocolate-covered strawberries again.
Make them yourself at home with as few as two ingredients.
If you want to add sprinkles, icing designs, or edible glitter, that’s okay, too!
But trust me, you don’t need a single bit of artistic (or culinary) talent to make these tasty treats.
This fun and pretty charcuterie board appetizer is designed explicitly for V-Day.
It features pink and red fruits and veggies, pink hummus, and meats and cheeses cut into hearts.
It’s a simple yet festive way to give everyone something to choose from on one platter.
17. Linzer Cookies
I know Linzer cookies are usually only made around Christmas.
But with the bright red filling and cute little cut-out, I think they’re just perfect for Valentine’s Day.
You can easily make them whatever shape you like – with any shape cut out too. But circles and hearts are pretty darn charming.
Of course, if brownies are more your jam, try this recipe instead!
They’re thick, fudgy, and full of chocolatey yumminess. But you’ll also fill and top them with pink and red Valentine’s Day M&Ms!
It gives them a burst of color and a bit of crunch. And did I mention they also contain ooey-gooey chocolate chips, too? Oh yeah, these are THE STUFF.
I love crinkle cookies – especially when they’re vibrant red with a chewy texture and light dusting of sweet sugar.
These babies scream Valentine’s Day. And they could not be easier to make.
You’ll use a box cake mix, so the prep is effortless and the flavor is spot on.
Move over, candy hearts! These Valentine’s Day cookies say everything you can say and taste so much better.
They’re delightfully rich sugar cookies with pastel icing and loving affirmations.
Easy to make, not too difficult to decorate, and absolutely scrumptious, I suggest making double.
Trust me, you’ll need extra!
Believe it or not, you can even make a Caprese salad V-Day appropriate.
And all it takes is some creative layering and – you guessed it – that heart-shaped cookie cutter.
Give it a try if you want something healthy, juicy, fresh, and flavorful.
Chocolate bark is another excellent treat you can customize for every holiday. And this recipe sticks to the white, red, and pink theme for Valentine’s Day.
You’ll need chocolate, white, red, and pink candy melts, plus Valentine-themed candy.
Once you have all that, it’s just a matter of melting, stirring, and mixing.
Valentine’s Day popcorn is a sweet-n-salty, crunchy-and-chewy delight.
It combines popcorn, marshmallows, M&Ms, pretzels, and more, and it’s always a hit.
It’s just what you need for a romantic night in, or watching a movie as a family.
So whip it up for a Netflix and Chill Valentine’s night with your sweetheart. You won’t be sorry you did.
Dessert kabobs are another no-cook dessert option for Valentine’s Day.
Simply layer strawberries, marshmallows, and pre-made brownie bites on skewers. Then, drizzle them in hot fudge sauce, and voila!
It’s the kind of dessert everyone will go nuts for. And it can even fit in your kids’ lunchbox!
These three-ingredient, sweet-n-salty treats are spectacular. And they’re so simple, even the kids can help make them.
With that in mind, I think they’re ideal for sending as little Valentine’s to their friends.
Though they’re just as welcome at the office or in class. So go ahead and make extra – you’ll need it!
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