Have you heard? This Valentine pancake party for kids is the bomb.
This February, throw a Valentine party, complete with a walk-up pancake bar.
That’s right! A walk-up, buffet style, pancake bar. BOOM. My mouth is watering as I type. This is a fun way to include all students – even those with a peanut allergy.
Keep in mind! You do not need a gazillion snacks to please a preschooler. Keep it limited. Keep the food fresh.
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We celebrate Valentine’s Day with our family by eating pancakes!
This memorable meal is a way to create a family tradition.
Make the pancakes ahead of time, or the morning of for brunch. Add some fun toppings, and you have an epic walk-up pancake bar!
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To make this Valentine party a little more exciting for my kids, I set it up ahead of time.
Most of the time, celebrating a child’s party can be used with many what you already own.
First, I went around the house, collecting all of my white dishes and the pink paper we used for this Valentine’s memory game. I even found some pink ribbon to glue around the drinking glasses. With a quick house tour, you may be surprised by what you find!
After each child makes thier special Valentine pancake, they head back to their seat to celebrate.
What I’ve noticed is that meeting for breakfast sets the tone for the day. It allows everyone to connect, which also helps those around us feel wanted and loved.
What better way to start Valentine’s day than this?
I used the peanut-free stamps, so my child knew this was a safe party for him to join.
Take note of the ADORABLE no peanut stamps placed on the food items. This stamp is from Blossom Stamps and is so helpful for my child to identify safe foods when he cannot see the packaging.
These stamps help your food allergy child recognize the same symbol on the packaging to acknowledge that it is safe to eat.
Here’s what to bring to your Valentine’s Day party:
All food used clearly states nut-free on their packaging. As always, please double-check for changes on the product’s website.
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These Valentine decorations for the table
More nut-free party snacks:
Try these Valentine activities for your celebration!
- Make these rainbow hearts valentines.
- Use dying flowers in a sensory bin.
- Sticker cups for the Valentine table
Who’s ready for a Valentine pancake party for your kids?
This is a fun family tradition that families adore!