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Valentines Lunch and Menu Plan

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Creating a fun and festive lunch for a holiday doesn’t have to be super complicated. We’ll show you how you can make this darling Valentine’s lunch in a just a few minutes!

Valentines day lunch for kids with heart shaped sandwich

Best Tip for Creating Festive Food for Kids

One of our biggest tips to create fun and festive food is to use cookie cutters! You can instantly create shapes out of all sorts of different types of food that create visual appeal for your kids. For Valentine’s day, we love this set of heart cutters. You can use them all day long to create festive food and it will just take a few extra minutes!

This is our sample Valentine’s Day Menu:

Valentine’s Day Menu

Breakfast

Pink Pancakes

Lunch

Heart Shaped Turkey Sandwich
Raspberries
Cheery Tomatoes
Heart Shaped Cucumbers
Greek Yogurt with mini Chocolate chips
Heart Shaped Tortillas w/ Marinara Sauce

Dinner

Fancy Fondue Dinner

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Natalie Monson

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Hi Kristina, just at the craft store. Either near where they sell clay, for very small cutters, or where they sell cake decorating supplies, generally made for cutting out fondant, so they have sharper edges.