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February 8, 2016

Have a Healthy Valentine's Day ...


For me Valentine’s Day has always meant candy.  After all there is beautifully packaged candy everywhere you look at this time of the year.  I usually do pretty well resisting the temptation by repeating "just say no" over and over as I keep walking right out of the store. 

This year I have gone one step further than just avoiding all the sugar.  I began to wonder if it's even possible to celebrate Valentine’s Day without candy or sweet treats and still have fun.  A little research has brought me to the conclusion that YES, it can be done! 

Take a look at the tempting, and healthy, Valentine’s Day foods I came across ...



  Shot through the fruit hearts








Mini Heart-Shaped 
Whole Wheat Pizzas











Egg In the Nest 
Valentine Breakfast












Heart Shaped Waffles


Love  Fruit Stickers

Valentine Pink Fruit Smoothie


Heart Shaped Homemade 
Whole Wheat Pretzels













Heart Shaped Carrots

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22 comments:

  1. Ok, those little heart shaped pizzas are awesome. I think I may actually give those a try while we're snowed in this weekend!

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  2. So CLEVER!! I loveeeeeee it all!!!!

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  3. My daughters make those heart shaped pizzas every year for their annual Valentine's party sleepover. They are always a big hit!

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  4. The heart egg would just make the best Valentine's breakfast - love it!

    Kate x
    http://www.kateathome.com

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  5. Wow! It is great to see such wonderful features that are healthy Paula! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Thank you for sharing these healthy treats! Just stopping by from the blog hop, I am a new follower! Care to follow me back too? Looking forward to reading more of your blog!
    Sarah
    www.lookingasuare.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Love all the heart shaped treats... and congrats on your Aloha Friday feature!

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    http://jennsrandomscraps.blogspot.ca

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  8. These are really cool creative ideas which I am most definitely going to end up using this year I think. Thanks for this post :3
    MishMreow

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  9. Hey hun,
    Thanks for following my blog, so glad to be following you back I love love LOVE your blog!
    These healthy valentines treats look amazing!! I want to do something super adorable like toad in the hole hearts for my husband, I know he would love it!
    I defs will be linking up with your weekend blog hop!
    Gi xx

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  10. I love all these ideas! Especially because they're healthy and usually Valentines day is associated with chocolate!

    following from the Aloha Friday blog hop!

    www.mommacandy.com

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  11. it's not candy but so sweet!

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  12. it's 2.40 am here in england and your photos have made me hungry so i have to get out of bed and go eat now :)
    I came by via the blgo hop and now follow on GFC and bloglovin, would love a follow back if you would like to visit me and see if you like my blog.
    Angela x
    http://british-bargains-and-beauty.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. Great ideas! And my kids would LOVE that heart-shaped fruit. Off to add melons to my store list for this week :)

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  15. Love the fruit arrow and details of other amazing food Valentines.I may serve one to my honey on Valentine's Day. Came to you via Inspire Me Monday Blog Hop. I follow you via Google+ and hope you'll follow me back if you like what you see. Nancy Andres (I'm re-posting this because my first comment had a typo in it).

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  16. Aaaw, this is all so cute! I have to do heart food on Valentines Day!

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    1. Kids get so excited about things like that!

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  17. Those are all very cute! Those shot through the heart fruits are fun, aren't they? Thanks for linking it to the Balanced & Healthy Living Link Up party. Just wanted to let you know that it begin again tonight at 9PM EST if you have any other posts that you'd like to link.

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  18. Oh my goodness how adorable is all of this fruit! Happy to say I found you through Creative Every Day--can't wait to make that smoothie! xo

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  19. And happy to say I am a new follower. xo

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  20. Great post! Love the arrows of fruit hearts.

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  21. These are fab ideas for celebrating Valentines Day without lollies and chocolates - thanks for sharing Paula!

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