Valentine for Kids: Crayon Hearts

Valentine for Kids: Crayon Hearts
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My kids are in preschool, and I’m always on the lookout for take-home treats that don’t involve a big mess or too much sugar. No one needs their three-year-old to receive a dozen treat bags full of chocolate.

What to do as a Valentine for kids: Crayon Hearts from Chef Messy.

Step One: Chop crayons into bits and mix colors together in a bowl.

Step Two: Place some crayon bits into each of the heart molds in a silicon baking tray.

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Step Three: Bake at 250 degrees for about 15 minutes.

Step Four: Place on decorated paper tags with a glue dot. Chef Messy used the cute phrase, “Happy Valentine’s Day, for ‘crayon’ out loud!”

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If your kid can write his or her own name, sign the backs.

CUTE and EASY. Be still my heart.

Thanks, Chef Messy!

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