7 Delicious Recipes To Share With Your Valentine
Food = Love
I don’t know what it is about food that makes us feel so loved… Maybe it’s the nurturing aspect of the act of cooking – maybe it’s the way wakes the senses. No matter, I’m sure most of us will share a bite of something with someone special to us on Valentine’s Day.
If you don’t have a menu planned for Valentine’s Day, here are seven simple recipes ranging from crock pot brownies to cheesy bread sticks that you can make to share with that special person in your life.
Crockpot Strawberry Brownies
My favorite thing about this recipe is how easy it is! Also, you’ve got to love any dessert that can be make in your crockpot. You can get Shirley’s full recipe at Intelligent Domestications.
Gluten-Free Strawberry Pomegranate Scones
Aren’t these scones from Lauren Kelly Nutrition adorable? They embody the impending holiday both in shape and colors, plus – they are gluten-free! If your Valentine is on a gluten restricted diet, look no further!
Heart Shaped Hershey’s Kisses Chocolate Cake
For some, our most important Valentine’s are those under 4 feet tall. Letting them be involved is a great way to show them how much they mean to you. So is chocolate. This cake is a great way to mark both of those off your list. You can check out Anna’s instructions for making these heart shaped cakes on In The Playroom.
Heart Funnel Cakes
I love a good funnel cake. Mmm… The idea of making these at home excites me. Top this heart shaped deliciousness with some fresh strawberries or raspberries and this will be a Valentine’s Day treat your special someone will never forget. Jesseca has the full run down at One Sweet Appetite.
Mini Tres Leche Cakes
Another simple idea that you can let those special kiddos in on are these Mini Tres Leche Cakes that Shannah from Just Us Four shared with us. Kids will love helping mix the batter, fill the layers and (of course) eating these little bites of deliciousness. These could not be easier!
Soft Batch Peanut Butter M&M Cookies
Pin this recipe now, and never forget about it. While I love soft, chewy cookies – especially peanut butter ones – my favorite thing about these cookies is that you can make them perfect for any holiday simply by changing up the M&M variety you use. Brilliant! Betsy’s recipe is full of pantry staples, so chances are you have just about everything you need to make these right now! Get the recipe at Java Cupcake.
Cheesy Heart Shaped Bread Sticks
I couldn’t leave you hanging without at least one savory option. I know sweets *gasp* aren’t for everyone. Bekki has the perfect recipe, from scratch no less, for these beauties. They’d be great beside a big bowl of pasta or just to nibble on as a snack. Get the full recipe at Sisters Saving Cents.
Do you have a go-to Valentine’s Day recipe? Something that really wows your special someone? What do you have planned for Valentine’s Day this year?