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In celebration of this Valentine week, we’ve rounded up 15 delicious raspberry treats and recipes for your kids to try. Raspberries are easy for little hands to eat, sweet with a bit tartness, and can be mixed into many baked goods to make bars, scones and quick breads. They’re also perfect as a refreshing fruit in smoothies, frozen yogurt and popsicles. Check out these fun ways to eat this sweet red berry, high in vitamin C and fiber, that kids will heart.

Raspberry Lemon Bars (via Oh Sweet Basil)
Cut these creamy lemony bars into bite sized pieces as a satisfying treat for the kids.

Mini Peach Raspberry Pies (via hello, Wonderful)
Make these easy mini pies bursting with fruit as a fun baking activity in the kitchen.

Mini Raspberry Muffins (via Life Is Sweet As Honey)
These mini muffins have no added sugar and are baked with healthy wholemeal flour which makes them extra nutritious for babies and toddlers.

Frozen Yogurt Raspberries (via Super Healthy Kids)
Make this easy raspberry snack in under a minute flat for a healthy not-too-sweet treat.

Raspberry Fruit Leather (via Tracey’s Culinary Adventures)
Why buy store bought fruit roll-ups when they’re so easy to make at home? Plus, you’ll recognize all 3 ingredients in this yummy fruit leather.

Raspberry Crumb Bars (via Cooking Classy)
These mouthwatering berry bars made with oats are sure to be a crowd-pleaser at any family gathering or kid’s party.

Raspberry Bread (via Averie Cooks)
A healthy amount of fresh (frozen works too) raspberries makes this loaf bread moist and deliciously packed with berry flavor.

Raspberry Almond Scones (via Creme de la Crumb)
These decadent scones are a breakfast treat for sure, but taste delicious when drizzled with an almond icing.

Raspberry Dark Chocolate Frozen Yogurt (via Two Peas and Their Pod)
Only 5 ingredients are needed to make this decadent, but lighter than ice cream raspberry Greek frozen yogurt.

Raspberry Coconut Smoothie (via My Whole Food Life)
Coconut milk gives this raspberry smoothie a tropical flair and chia seeds add a boost of nutrition to start the morning off right.

Cream Cheese Hearts (via Weelicious)
These cute hand held pie hearts use fresh raspberries in the icing and make a fun treat to bake up with the kids.

Raspberry Cream Yogurt Pops (via Little Spice Jar)
You can use any berries of your choosing in these delicious yogurt pops, but I think the raspberry swirls make them extra pretty to eat.

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Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.