How do you feel about Valentine’s Day? Do you love it or hate it?
I thought I would share some Valentine’s Day recipes with you today. Just in case Cupid has popped you in the butt, or if you’re feeling like sharing a tasty dish with your Sweetie on Valentine’s Day.
I realize that not everyone likes Valentine’s Day. However, I like to think of it as a day to love anyone important in your life. Whether it’s your significant other, your children, your parents, or a close friend or neighbor. You can show anyone you love them just by sharing a delicious plate of food with them.
We want to help you share the love of food!
And you know what else?
It is totally fine if you share a great meal with yourself because you deserve it!
If you don’t have time to cook dinner. What about breakfast?
Crab Cakes Eggs Benedict With Skillet Browned Potatoes
Crab Cakes Eggs Benedict: Rich crab cake nested on an English muffin, topped with a silky poached egg smothered in Hollandaise sauce with skillet potatoes.
10 Minute Cranberry-Almond Salad With Goat Cheese and Raspberry Vinaigrette
Ready in just 10 minutes, this gorgeous Cranberry-Almond Salad has many delicious and bright flavors, like spring salad greens, sweet cranberries, crunchy almonds and tangy goat cheese drizzled with a delicious homemade raspberry vinaigrette. This simple salad is one you will want to enjoy all year long!
Does your valentine have a sweet tooth? Here are several recipe options that are guaranteed to satisfy the need for sweets! Some of them take a little time to prepare, but your valentine will fall head over heels in love with any of these delicious desserts!
Pavlova is an impressive, and elegant meringue dessert that can be served from everything from a romantic dinner for two or any dinner party.
Creamy, silky and ultra-smooth cheesecake with cream cheese, ricotta and sour cream complete with a buttery graham cracker crust. The best cheesecake ever!For best results, all ingredients should be mixed together at room temperature.