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Valentine’s Day

photo Making Valentine’s Day special for little ones can be as easy as using cookie cutters to make heart shaped pancakes, serving pink milk at dinner, or even brewing up a kid friendly love potion at snack time!  Check out our favorite ways to say “I love you” with food this holiday:

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Valentine’s Day Sweets

February 8, 2013

Local bakeries and eateries are offering all sorts of goodies for Valentine’s Day, from cookies and cupcakes to heart shaped lobster mac n’ cheese.  Start leaving hints on your faves with your better half now, or better yet, place the orders yourself! {keep reading…}

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DIY Valentines Round Up

January 9, 2013 · 1 comment

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, time to start brainstorming your kids’ school Valentine card ideas!  From to simple to crafty, we’ve gathered up some of our favorite DIY cards that you (and the kids) can make.  Really!  {keep reading…}

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Taza chocolateThe James Library and Center for the Arts in Norwell will usher in February with sweets and treats at A Valentine’s Dessert Tasting on Friday, February 8th at 8pm.  The benefit event features confections from boutique establishments across the South Shore, while raising funds for the James Library’s building fund, supporting the restoration of the Library’s Victorian structure.  {keep reading…}

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If you’re looking to branch out from the store bought valentines this year, check out these seven adorable ideas you can make with the kids!

Play Doh Valentines
from Random Thoughts of a Super Mom

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Get creative on Valentine’s Day with these cute love-themed food ideas!

LOVE POTION #9 from Make and Takes

  • Blend together 2 cups of frozen red berries (strawberries or raspberries),
  • 2 cups of milk (less if you want it thick), and 1/4 cup of sugar.  Pour into a large glass, garnish with a few more berries on top, and add a straw with fun heart embellishment!

 

 HEART SHAPED PANCAKES 

heart-shaped-pancakesHeat a skillet or griddle over medium-low heat. Brush a metal heart-shaped cookie cutter with a little oil and place in the pan. Pour ¼ cup of batter into the cookie cutter and cook until pancakes start to bubble. Remove the cookie cutter, then turn the pancake and cook until slightly golden.  For extra holiday flair, add red food coloring to the pancake batter before cooking.

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