15 Healthy Snack Ideas for Valentine’s Day Your Family Will Love

Valentine’s Day is my mom’s favorite holiday. This past year we’ve really cleaned up our diet and eliminated sugar as much as possible. Most of the time, it doesn’t bother us, but when the holidays roll around, we’re reminded of all of those treats we’ve loved over the years. The good news is that you don’t have to miss out on all of the heart day fun just because you’re trying to eat healthily. Here are some healthy snack ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day while keeping your health priorities in place.

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Start your Valentine’s Day right with these healthy breakfasts:

{1} If someone surprised me with Mimi Avocado’s love-filled avocado toast, it would make my day! You'll have to read her post to see my favorite picture of the toast she made for herself from the avocado scraps!

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An Avocado Valentine from Mimi Avocado

{2} Try these lace heart pancakes by Deavita to take your healthy pancake batter to the next level.

Valentines Day Breakfast Ideas – 4 Pancake Recipes for February 14th

{3} We love chia pudding because it’s so easy to make and so good for you! These love-filled jars of yumminess would brighten any day.

{4} A Hint of Rosemary’s Pomegranate Raspberry Chia Puddings would also make a special breakfast surprise for your loved ones. 

Fruit-Filled Healthy Snack Ideas 

{5} Serve a red, pink, and white fruit salad in these large pink heart-shaped bowls or these cute, smaller white bowls.

{6} Brittany Muller shared this fun and festive fruit bouquet. Giving tasty flowers to a loved one is a great way to show you care.

{7} California strawberries shows you how to make a beautiful edible bouquet of roses. My daughter made these for her classmates one year, and they LOVED it! 

{8} What if you exchanged those iconic sugary conversation hearts for these conversation cuties?

Conversation Cuties Fruit by Mom Always Finds Out

Healthy Valentine’s Day Savory Snacks 

Valentine’s Day treats don’t just have to be sweet to be sweet, if you know what I’m saying!

Some of my favorite Valentines prefer savory dishes, so why not surprise them with these love day healthy snack ideas:

{9} Véronique, from Oh My Dish, shows you how to take a simple Caprese salad and turn it into a love-filled dish. My youngest would love eating this!

Valentine's Day salad
Classic insalata caprese by Oh My Dish

{10} My youngest’s love language is actually crackers or chips. Kathy from Merriment Design has a really clear tutorial on how to make heart-shaped sweet potato crackers that will keep little munchkins loving snacking!

{11} Gourmet Mom on-the-Go makes the cutest heart-shaped bell pepper bites to go with a savory veggie dip. 

Healthy Snack Ideas with Chocolate

Don’t think I forgot about the chocolate lovers out there. These decadent treats also include nutrient-dense ingredients, so they not only taste great, but they’re also good for you!

{12} Stacy from School Bites offers these cutie little Chocolate Zucchini Mini Muffins for a Valentine’s Day treat. The hidden zucchini adds nutrients, while the tiny bites offer moderation for a sweet treat. 

{13} Who wouldn’t love these Chocolate Raspberry Truffles from Shuangy’s Kitchen Sink? I love that they’re vegan and gluten-free.


{14} I love Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, but I don’t love all of the added sugar or preservatives. Megan from Detoxinista makes homemade chocolate peanut butter hearts with only five ingredients! She also offers substitutions for those who need to accommodate food allergies. 

{15} Even if you’re trying to eat clean, sometimes you just miss a Valentine’s Day cookie. These oat-flour cookies dipped in chocolate from Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen are sure to hit the spot. 

Shower the people you love with edible treats this year that not only taste great but are also good for you.

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