A Valentine's Day recipe round up whether you are having a date night in or making food as a gift on Valentine's Day.

{Post by Wendy Woerner}

As we near Valentine’s Day, many of us are beginning to plan a special night out with our spouse and/or create unique gifts for our families. Dining out can often be expensive, so I have gathered a Valentine’s Day recipe round up.

These Valentine’s Day recipes can be prepared at home and given as gifts. They can be served at breakfast, or used to create a romantic night in for a picnic by the fire!


Valentine’s Day Recipe Round Up

Valentine’s Day Ideas

Sprinkled with Love Valentine’s Day Breakfast Printables

Love is Owl You Need Valentine’s Day Breakfast Party

Dinners for a Valentine’s Day Evening In

Peanut-Ginger Chicken Noodles Chicken Parmesan Hearts

Pizza Margherita

Valentine’s Day Dinner Date with Classico Tomatoes

Valentine’s Day Side Dishes

Roasted Heart Potatoes

Cheesy Gratin of Brussels Sprouts

Roasted Beet and Feta SaladSauteed Cucumbers

Valentine’s Day Desserts

Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse

Vanilla CupcakesStrawberry Love Bugs

Rice Krispie Hearts

Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake

Salted Caramel Pecan Bark

Food Gifts For Valentine’s Day

Valentine Pretzels

Candy Cupid’s Arrows

An Inexpensive Valentine’s Day Treat

More Valentine’s Day Recipe Ideas

  • Heart-shaped pizza
  • Strawberries sliced in half and dipped in yogurt
  • Heart-shaped pancakes
  • layer strawberries and vanilla yogurt to create a red & white parfait
  • sandwiches cut into heart shapes or to spell out L-O-V-E

Do you have some creative ideas for make-at-home Valentine’s Day meals and snacks? Please share them in the comments!

A Valentine's Day recipe round up whether you are having a date night in or making food as a gift on Valentine's Day.

This post is featured in A Complete Guide for Stay-at-Home Moms: Recipes and Meal Planning Tips. To view all of the yummy recipes and helpful tips, click HERE.

Wendy Woerner, married to her high school sweetheart for almost 18 years, is working through her 8th homeschool year with her family. You will find her blogging about her life at Wendy Woerner~Striving to Follow Him and writing about feeding her family at Southern Test

When not working, Wendy loves spending time with her family, getting creative in the kitchen, reading about all forms of homeschooling, and encouraging other moms that they can be     successful with homeschooling, too!  Wendy would love to hear from you, so please leave a comment here or on her blog! Connect with Wendy on Facebook and Twitter, too!

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