Valentine's Day Healthy Kids Treats, Crafts and Ideas for Romance
Are you a confident Valentine's Day gifter? Not me. I confess that I tried my hand at making a Valentine's Day card and even gave it away, but then I had second thoughts that it was cheesy, so I scurried down to the store to buy one. I got the same reaction from both cards, so I think my homemade card was just fine.
Do you celebrate Valentine's Day? Do you buy goodies or make them? If you have the time to make something-especially out of odds and ends around the house-you'll be sending a message to your kids that love is priceless. Making something for someone else is a good deed in itself. On Valentine's Day and the day after, kids will be making Valentine homemade treats for birds at Crowder District Park, in Apex. The birds will return the gift by visiting kids at their homes.
If you're looking to make some healthy Valentine's treats for kids, we've got some wonderful recipes that are good for kids hearts. However, you could indulge your sweet tooth with these recipes for Raspberry Cream Cheese Heart Tarts, Raspberr-Wee Pancakes, Macaroons and Blood Orange Granita. Romancing your partner doesn't have to cost a penny: See these fresh ideas to create a romantic night in.
For those who like to kiss and be kissed-and who doesn't-see where your favorite past-time gets you gets you a buy-one, get-one free deal on Valentine's Day. For more ways to celebrate Valentine's Day, visit our Valentine's Day Guide to the Triangle.