5 Better-For-You Valentine’s Day Treats

Food & Recipes, Health & Wellness, Holidays & Parties, KIWI | February 2, 2017

To celebrate Valentine’s day we want to share with you a few better-for-you sweets that we absolutely love! Whether participating in a candy exchange, baking with the kiddos, or trying to meet your daily vitamin or probiotic intake, these products do more than just offer a sugar rush.

1. Black Forest Organic Gummy Hearts ($11.75, Amazon)
These USDA organic, gluten-free treats are perfectly packaged for a Valentine’s Day classroom exchange. With flavors like watermelon, grape, cherry, and strawberry, these gummies will surely be hit at any party.
2. Ohso Belgian Chocolate with Probiotics ($5.99, Target)
Parents will love that each delicious Belgian chocolate bar contains over a billion live Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium bacteria. Your kids can satisfy their sweet tooth while aiding their digestive health.

3. Go Organically Fruit Snacks (2-pack $17.95, Amazon)

Made with real fruit, these berry snacks contain 100% of your daily intake of Vitamin C and are also an excellent source of vitamins A and E. You’re little ones will love these for Valentine’s Day and beyond.
4. Wholesome Organic Wild White Strawberry Icing ($9.30, Amazon)
This sweet and organic icing is the perfect topper to your Valentine’s Day cookies, cakes, or cupcakes. Made from organic sugar with no high fructose corn syrup or artificial dyes, this better-for-you frosting is non-GMO Project Verified, Fair Trade certified, gluten free, kosher, and vegan. Give this icing a try with our golden gluten-free cupcake recipe.

5. Surf Sweets Organic Fruity Hearts (48-pack $22.15, Amazon)

These chewy, cherry- and watermelon-flavored hearts are USDA organic, and free from the ten most common allergens, making them the perfect sharable sweet.


What are some of your favorite better-for-you, sweet treats? Share with us below!

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