Fourteen recipes to try out, one for every day leading up to Valentine’s Day. While this roundup is dessert-heavy, I tried my best to include a few other sweet (or savory, really) dishes to cover your valentine’s dinner from start to finish. Chocolates, hearts, bacon, oh my, can the night get any better?
Valentine’s Day Recipe Roundup: 14 Recipes for 14 Days of Love
This can be enjoyed as a drink before dinner, or as a dessert after!
Because bacon is the key to every carnivore’s heart.
If there are any leftover from dessert, I’d say it totally counts as a breakfast.
For the Ben Wyatts in our lives.
Quick and easy, and the perfect entree for any side—rice, potatoes, salad, you name it!
Zucchini blossoms are flowers, and flowers are synonymous with Valentine’s Day, so basically this cozy soup is the perfect Valentine’s dish!
Could it be any more romantically delicious? Plus, all good chefs know you have to taste as you go, so a glass of wine for you, a glass of wine for the dish…
8. Baked Apple Roses by Tip Hero
If you can have bacon hearts, you might as well have apple roses!
Semi-what? Semi-freddo! It’s like ice cream, but simpler with no ice cream maker needed. A taste of strawberries, roses, and love.
This dessert may have the taste of springtime, but when you’re in love, you’re light on your feet and ready for sunshine anyway, right?
Before you scoff at the pudding recipe, think about how this is quick, easy, and versatile. You can make it ahead, put it in any type of jar or container that suits you, and you can customize it with toppings like peanuts or cherries to make it perfect for your night!
You can never have enough hearts on Valentine’s Day, but these hearts have strawberries, nutella, AND pastry puff!
13. Pink Champagne Cake by Liv For Cake
How delightfully special does this champagne cake sound? If chocolate isn’t your flavor, try this recipe out for a special occasion.
These gorgeous cookies remind me of the M&M cookies you could buy in the cookie aisle at the store, and they had special colors come out for the holidays. This recipe is like that, but even better because they’re double chocolate!