Mini Flower Pots for Valentine’s Classroom Treats

I love Valentine’s Day food!  Mostly because I’m like a big kid and just like to play with my food and create concoctions that the kids enjoy.  Here is one of our favorite classroom treats to share. It’s quick, easy and delicious – my favorite combination…

And its perfect for your little Valentine to share with their friends :).

Mini Flower Pots by Jodie Fitz

3 oz. Price Chopper low fat strawberry yogurt

3 oz. Price Chopper low fat blueberry yogurt

3 oz. Price Chopper fat free whipped topping

1 package frozen mini fillo cups



Thaw the fillo cups for 10 minutes (they are already pre-cooked….FABULOUS!!!).  Rinse the strawberries, remove the greens and slice them; set aside.  Rinse the blueberries and set aside.  In a bowl, fold the yogurts and the whipped topping together.  Fill each fillo cup with the mixture.  Lay the strawberries around the top as if they are pedals on a flower and top with a blueberry as the center of each flower.  This recipe is a great dessert alternative, classroom treat, special occasion breakfast, perfect for tea parties and/or birthday party and all types of celebrations.

Whipped Topping Trade:  Use the Greek Vanilla Yogurt to provide the fluff/stiffness that the whipped topping does if you want to swap it out for something more nutritious.

This is one of my Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club Recipes – don’t forget to visit at

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58 Comments on “Mini Flower Pots for Valentine’s Classroom Treats”

    1. Thank you! We’ve been sharing these for years & every time I pull the recipe out, they’re still a BIG hit…
      Hope you have a fantastic week ~ Jodie

    1. I was so excited today when it was still light out at 5:30 – yes spring is on it’s way…
      Have a GREAT week 🙂 ~ Jodie

    1. YUM! Chocolate covered champagne strawberries sound delightful…
      I’m so glad you stopped by & THANK you,
      ~ Jodie

    1. THANK you for pinning :)!!! And, for stopping by…
      Have a GREAT week and hope you visit back soon.
      ~ jodie

    1. THANK you for pinning! I travel and make these with kids all of the time. They are super easy – hope you enjoy…
      They are usually a ‘thumbs up’ recipe 🙂
      ~ Jodie

    1. THANK you! We all inspire each other. It’s great to see everyone’s creativity… I love how fun food can be! Have a GREAT and creative Valentine’s
      ~ Jodie

    1. THANK you for the invite 🙂 I popped over and added it into the mix….I will add you to my link up list too…
      ~ Jodie

    1. I love those ideas – maybe a “seasonal” bento theme based on the summer that only inlcedus seasonal food or alternatives to egg-sheets and such? I would love to see a totally vegan theme, as well! ^.~

  1. These are just too cute and just what I need to treat my third graders! Thank you for sharing, and thank you for joining in on the Alexa Blog Hop at Frugal Living and More! It’s always great to see you!

    1. I hope they LOVE them!!! I look forward to hearing…
      Have a GREAT Valentine’s w your third graders!!!
      ~ Jodie

    1. Hi – thank you! Easy is one of my favorite recipe elements – lol… 🙂
      Have a GREAT week ahead. I’m so glad you stopped by,

      ~ Jodie

  2. They are so simple and easy and look so fantastic! I have to pin and make these next time I need to take some nibbles to a party.

    1. Thanks for pinning! simple & easy are my favorite words when it comes to recipes…
      These are great for so many things…4th of July, Mother’s Day, tea party, birthdays….etc!
      Hope you enjoy them…
      ~ Jodie

  3. Great treat idea, Jodie! It’s certainly more nutritious than any Valentine treats I ever gave/received in grade school. Thank you for linking up with me at the Mommy-Brain Mixer! It’s great to have you.

  4. Jodie, anything with fruit is one of my favorite desserts! These are so fun and great thing for kids to help make! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  5. These look fabulous as always! Just wanted to stop by Jodie and thank you for linking up with us today at the hop and for promoting it as well!! I think we had a pretty good turn out and I really hope that you gained a few followers and that you join us again next week!
    Thanks again Jodie!

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  8. So cute and yummy! Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent this week. Always love seeing your amazing dishes. Have a wonderful weekend.

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