Complete Valentine’s Day Menu (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert and Snack)
If you want to make Valentine’s Day special, but you don’t know how, I have a solution. Eating amazing food on that day is one of the ways to have an unforgettable time with your partner. Unfortunately, on Valentine’s Day the restaurants are so crowded and noisy. It is very hard to have an intimate dinner with your loved one. Sometimes you end up paying too much for a mediocre meal. To avoid all of that you can create romantic atmosphere and cook delicious food at home. Most of the recipes I’ve collected for you don’t take longer than 30 minutes. Some of the recipes you can make ahead of time. That way you can have more quality time with the person you love.
Is there a better way to start Valentine’s Day than to have this amazing, blended oat? You can prepare it on the previous day or on Valentine’s morning. It takes only 15 minutes of work and 15 min of refrigeration. The classic combination between chocolate and strawberry can definitely make any day special. This breakfast oats tastes like dessert, but it is nutritious. It will give you the energy to enjoy the day to the fullest. Serve it in bed and watch the reaction of your loved one once they crack the chocolate on top.
This recipe is prefect for a romantic meal with your partner. It is easy and you can prepare it in only thirty minutes. That way you will be free to enjoy more time with your loved one.
The chocolate, raspberry truffles are so delicious and nutritious. They are the perfect snack for Valentine’s Day. You can make them ahead of time and keep them refrigerated until snack time. The sweet caramel flavor of the dates pairs so well with the aromatic and slightly tangy raspberries. The cacao adds bitter notes, which are typical for any chocolate truffle. The overall flavor is so balanced and satisfying. With this snack you can definitely create a romantic experience.
With 10 minutes of work and 20 minutes of baking you can have this amazing restaurant quality dinner at home. While the dinner cooks you can decorate the table, light up some candles and pour a glass of your favorite wine.
This recipe requires a bit more time and preparation, but you can always prepare it ahead of time. Believe me, the waiting for the panna cotta to set is totally worth it. In the original recipe I use sugar free chocolate. If you are not on a low carb or keto any diet you can use any chocolate that you love. This dessert will be the perfect ending of a special day. It is so creamy and dreamy. Every spoonful will will send you and your partner to heaven.