Cupid Milk Cute Valentine’s Day foods for Kids

Ever since my daughter was born every holiday has been extra special because I get to spend them with someone I love so much.  This Valentine’s Day I wanted to make my now 3-year-old Valentine’s Day themed breakfast. Playing around with her two favorite things whipped cream and milk, I came up with Cupid Milk.

Since she loves milk and whipped cream. I wanted to combine them to make her a special Valentine’s Day drink.  This is how I came up with the idea for Cupid milk.  It’s just a combination of two of her favorite things, milk, and whipped cream.

Cupid milk is a fast and easy-to-make Valentine’s Day themed drink.  Valentine’s Day Cupid Milk is quick and easy to make.  It’s perfect for Valentine’s Day breakfast! Cupid milk is so easy to make that it can also be made in a classroom or daycare.  Follow the steps below to make your very own Valentine’s Day Cupid milk.

Valentine's Day Cupid Milk


Milk (regular or you can use strawberry), red food coloring, whipped cream, sprinkles optional garnish such as marshmallow, strawberry, or cookie, cute straw

Step 1:

Pour your milk into a clear cup.  I used a glass cup because I didn’t have any plastic at home. If doing this with young children, I recommend using a plastic cup.

Cupid Milk

Step 2:  

Put a couple of drops of red food coloring into your milk.  Again, if you used strawberry milk you can skip this step. My daughter does not like strawberry milk, so I added 2 drops of red food coloring. I’m not big on using food coloring but it’s a special day.

Cupid Milk

Step 3:

Decorate your Cupid milk with red sprinkles or with Valentine’s Day themed sprinkles.  I was able to find red, pink, and white heart sprinkles at Michael’s Craft stores.

Cupid Milk  with whipped cream and sprinkles
Cupid Milk with whipped cream and sprinkles

Step 4:  Optional:  

I added a pink marshmallow to the edge of her cup.  You can also add a strawberry or a Valentine’s Day cookie.

Little girl drinking cupid milk
enjoying cupid milk