Cupid Crunch Valentine’s Day Chex Mix For Gifts

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Whip up a batch of this delicious Valentine’s Day Chex Mix best known as Cupid Crunch!

Valentine Cupid Crunch Mix and Free Party Printables

Making cereal mixes and treats is my jam. Getting ready for celebration all things Valentine’s Day means sweet treats and dreaming about love. Cupid is a fictitous character that plays a fun role in Valentines. I am going to share more about him in a bit because it is interesting. But first things first – let’s make this delicious recipe and talk about ways to use the free Valentine party printables too.  I think it is good to get kids in the kitchen measuring and cooking every possible chance. Cupid Crunch is super easy to whip together and perfect to do with kids.

Ingredients for this Valentine’s Day Chex Mix

  • Cereal (Rice Squares or any Chex Cereal)
  • Valentine Colored Candies (M&Ms) and Sprinkles
  • Candy Melts (pink or white)
  • Wafer Cookies (Vanilla or Strawberry)
  • Wax Paper
  • Cookie Sheet
  • Glass Bowl to Melt Candies
Valentine's Day Chex Mix


  1. Place a piece of wax paper on a cookie sheet.
  2. Scatter the cereal on top of the wax paper. The wax paper makes it easy to remove once it is all done.
  3. Melt the candies in the glass bowl in the microwave. Follow the melting directions on the package.
  4. Drizzle the melted candy over the cereal.
  5. Sprinkle the candies (M&Ms and sprinkles) and broken up cookie pieces on top of the melted candy.
  6. Put in the fridge to harden for about 5-10 minutes.
  7. Break apart and either eat it or put it in jars for gifts.

The yummy mix is perfect to give as a gift. Let’s take a look at the free printables you can use with it to create something super fast and easy.

Free Valentine Party Printables

Nothing beats a quick recipe that makes an adorable mix AND free printables to match. This one little sheet has everything you need to make tags AND wraps to go around drink bottles or cupcake wrappers.

Look at these adorable ways to use the tags.

How Do You Keep The Cereal Mix?

This will last about a week in an airtight container or jar on the counter. If you plan to make a large batch and keep it longer, you can store it in the refrigerator too. Because none of the ingredients really need to be chilled, it isn’t going to go bad outside of the fridge. It will just get kind of not so crunchy. 

Who is Cupid?

“In classical mythology, Cupid (Latin Cupīdō [kʊˈpiːdoː], meaning “passionate desire”) is the god of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection. He is often portrayed as the son of the love goddess Venus and the god of war Mars. He is also known in Latin as Amor (“Love”). His Greek counterpart is Eros.” So basically, cupid is powerful when it come to love. That is why the arrows he shoots make people fall into true love. So of course, we should all make Cupid Crunch, right? His mother is Aphrodite and for the record, she is my favorite god is Greek mythology. 

Cupid Crunch Recipe and Free Valentine Printables

More Valentine’s Day Ideas for Kids

I put together a whole bunch of great ideas for kids and Valentine’s Day. These could be used in a classroom or at home so they are super versatile. Please use the ideas up and share them with you friends. This post has crafts, printables and more in it just waiting for you.

Valentine Crafts for Kids in the Classroom

Valentines Day at School

It may seem as though it’s obsessive to give cards to every kid in the class. Furthermore, your child may even complain about giving cards to kids he doesn’t like. However, the reasoning is simple enough. Giving cards to every student is the best way to avoid hurt feelings. If your child expresses concern about giving cards to everyone, don’t dismiss them. However, make sure he understands that it is not negotiable.

Here are five great reasons to support Valentine’s Day in the Classroom

  1. Giving cards to all classmates creates an opportunity to practice kindness.
  2. Also, making Valentines and making boxes reinforces creativity.
  3. Working with kids to create their Valentines is a great way to connect and talk with children about friends and classmates.
  4. Plus, It is FUN.
  5. Writing names and signing cards is great for developing fine motor skills.

Cheers to Kids, To Valentine’s Day and to Cupid Crunch!


Yield: 12 Servings

Cupid Crunch Valentine's Day Chex Mix For Gifts

Valentine Chex Mix Cupid Crunch

Delciious sweet Chex cereal mix treat for Valentines.

Prep Time 15 minutes


  • 6 Cups Cereal (Rice Squares or any Chex Cereal)
  • 1 Cup Valentine Colored Candies (M&Ms) and Sprinkles
  • 12 Oz Bag Candy Melts (pink or white)
  • 1 Cup Wafer Cookie Pieces Vanilla or Strawberry)
  • Wax Paper
  • Cookie Sheet
  • Glass Bowl to Melt Candies


  1. Spread cereal out over waxed paper on a cookie sheer.
  2. Melt candy wafers in glass bowl in microwave in 30 second segments until creamy.
  3. Pour evenly over cereal.
  4. Immediately add candies and cookie pieces.
  5. Chill to harden then break apart into mix.

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3 thoughts on “Cupid Crunch Valentine’s Day Chex Mix For Gifts”

  1. Lovely, and you may have solved my dilemma of what to bring to a Galentine’s lunch. Featuring when my link party opens.

  2. Such a sweet Valentine’s recipe ♥
    Thank you for sharing your Cupid Crunch recipe at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring it at the party tonight and pinning too.

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