Love is all around… and Valentine’s Day is upon us! Whether you’re single or part of a pair, there are plenty of foods and things you can do to share with the people you adore. Whether you’re looking for breakfast in bed inspiration, an at-home Valentine’s Day menu, a Galentine’s brunch or more, you’re bound to find a recipe that works here!
Valentine’s Day is one of the most polarizing holidays because if you have a sweetheart, YAY, but if you don’t… Wellllll.
What Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be is bland.
Whether or not you’re in a dedicated relationship, Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be bland.
Below, I’ve put together a list of dishes that you can make this coming Valentine’s Day. In addition to the list, I’ve broken the recipes down by category so you can easily plan ahead, whether you’re cooking for yourself, your family or simply you and your sweet.
- Breakfast in Bed
- Entrees for Two
- Family Recipes
- Side Dishes
- Galentine’s Day Brunch Recipes
Treat your loved one to these decadent Dark Chocolate Satsuma Pancakes for Valentine’s Day! Dressed up with orange juice and zest, this recipe is the perfect breakfast for your sweetie!
Framboise Champagne Cocktail
Pop the bubbly and mix up a delightful Framboise Champagne Cocktail tonight! This twist on classic beer cocktail features two ingredients: Lindeman's Framboise Lambic, which is a raspberry beer, and champagne. The champagne mellows the sweetness of the raspberry lambic while adding bubbly goodness.
How to Host a Holiday Brunch
Hosting friends and family during ANY season doesn’t have to be stressful! Hosting a brunch is easier than ever, thanks to supermarket catering trays. Whether or not you’re an entertaining pro, if you follow these brunch hosting tips, you can entertain in style!
Balsamic Peach Compote
Jazz up plain French toast, pancakes or waffles this weekend by adding a gorgeous Balsamic Peach Compote! This sweet-tangy compote makes the perfect warm month topping for your favorite breakfast. Frozen peaches cook down with a little sugar and water, then when they’re fall-apart delicious, add a little balsamic vinegar for tanginess. Serve the compote warm warm atop any favorite carb-based breakfast to add peach sweetness to breakfast or brunch!