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Some Sweet Snack Ideas for the 14th

Ideliya Khismatova, Staff Writer

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What’s a better way to celebrate this holiday season than by making your own Valentine’s Day snacks? Not only will you save money, but you will have a great time making them. You can even bring these treats to school and share them with your friends!

Snack 1: Heart beets!

Step 1- Cut beets into circular slices. Then, cut a heart out of the circles. Chop potatoes.

Step 2- Put potatoes into boiling water. Above the water, add beets on top to steam them.

Step 3- Carry the potatoes to separate bowl and mash them, adding milk, butter, and salt. Add a slice of beet to give it a pink color.

Step 4- Take a heart beet and spread mashed potatoes on top. Add a second beet on top!

Not only are these super healthy, they’re also so cute!

Snack 2: Chocolate covered ladybug strawberries!

Step 1- Take a strawberry and slice in half. Melt chocolate and put into piper.

Step 2- Use chocolate to draw a ladybug on the strawberry.

Step 3- Decorate with edible eye stickers.

Snack 3: Sweet, Strawberry Milkshake!

Step 1- Add 2 cups of strawberries, 1.5 cups of milk, and 2 tablespoons of strawberry jam into a blender.

Step 2- Blend until the texture is thick and creamy.

Step 3- Pour into tall glass and serve with decorational strawberries.

Snack 4: Valentine’s Bark!

Step 1- Preheat oven to 150 degrees. Spread out chocolate morsels on a parchment paper-lined pan. Wait for chocolate to start melting.

Step 2- Take out of oven and spread chocolate with a spatula. Sprinkle with cinnamon hearts.

Step 3- Wait for it to cool and then break it apart into pieces! Yum!

These treats are simple to make and will brighten up your Valentine’s Day!


About the Writer
Ideliya Khismatova, Student Life Editor

Ideliya Khismatova is a senior writer who is in her second year of falcon news feed. She has one younger brother, one hamster, and enjoys to run during...

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