Nothing says Valentine’s Day like heart-shaped everything.
And that includes dairy-free, egg-free treats all day long.
Here’s our favorite easy recipes for February 14th!
By no means am I an overboard mom when it comes to holidays.
One, I’m almost always super last-minute.
Two, I keep things uber simple.
But that doesn’t mean we haven’t had fun holidays at our house the past 16 years!
And admittedly, I do love me some Valentine’s Day.
Pink and red are my favorite. Plus, I have a huge affinity for hearts. Always have.
So that’s the answer to celebrating February 14th appropriately at my house.
I just make my boys food in heart shapes all day long.
They get to eat good food. I get to play with red and pink and hearts. Win, win!
While food allergies sometimes make it hard to pick up Valentine treats at the store or bakery,
we’ll show you how to easily make all the heart-shaped edibles at home, allergy-friendly.
You’re going to love how easy this is!
Start Valentine’s Day with delicious dairy and egg free pancakes.
Y’all can see what I did here with these pancakes.
Total freehand and no shame in that.
On the flipside, they look fiiiiiiiine, lol.
I’ve tried plenty of pancake shape tools to no avail.
Let me know which ones actually work, if you will.
Until then, my family will take my makeshift heart pancakes any day.
Feel free to top these with sweet strawberries and dairy-free whipped cream to get really festive.
Next up, how about some heart shaped brownies?
My kiddos are huge brownie fans.
Sadly, it took us years to perfect a dairy-free AND egg-free brownie.
But we finally did it with stellar results.
I always get three cheers for homemade brownies!
Chocolate goodness abounds, while it’s hard to believe these contain no milk.
Not a huge fan of chocolate? What’s wrong with you?!
Just kidding. Or maybe your crew deserves two yummy desserts on Valentine’s Day.
Look no further than these easy peasy dairy-free and egg-free rice crispy treats.
No baking required. And very conducive to heart shape cookie cutters.
Piping on pink or red icing is totally optional but really fun.
I have a homemade icing recipe for you or just use your favorite canned icing.
I can’t help myself with this one.
While digging for our beautiful heart pizza picture,
I found this gem of my younger boy.
Doesn’t look like he minds heart-shaped food, does it? Ha ha!
You’re just gonna have to see the pretty food pictures over on the recipe post.
Of course homemade pizza takes a little time…but it’s totally worth it.
Your kiddos will love it!
Hint, hint: Let the kids do the toppings and save yourself a little work.
We have you covered with our easy crust, easy sauce, and easy pizza recipe below.
And that’s all, folks.
Four easy recipes that you can easily cut into heart shapes for Valentine’s Day.
Hope your kiddies love these as much as we do!
Lastly, I’ll post a few more allergy-friendly Valentine ideas for milk, egg, nut allergy families below.
Hope you’re inspired.
MORE DAIRY-FREE VALENTINE IDEAS