If you’re wondering “what should I cook for Valentine’s Day?” or “what should I make for a romantic dinner?” we’ve made it easy. Simply choose a starter, main and dessert and voila, your Valentine’s Day menu is sorted.
🍴Valentine’s Day Appetisers
Make a light meal to kick off the evening.
🍴Valentine’s Day Dinner Recipes
For a romantic meal, we think steak and potatoes with a delicious sauce is the way to our hearts but you can’t go wrong with lamb either. Or skip tradition and create your own cheese board.
Tip: make Wasabi mashed potatoes by adding a teaspoon of Wasabi to regular mashed potatoes. Add baking powder for light and fluffy mashed potatoes.
🧀Make a cheeseboard
Choose a selection of your favourite cheeses, deli meats, fruit, preserves, hummus, pate and even chocolate. Serve with a selection of crackers.
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🍰Valentine’s Day Dessert Recipes
Romantic desserts for two are meant to be shared and definitely require lots of chocolate.
Make a chocolate fondue with a Barone chocolate sauce (bar one, condensed milk & evaporated milk) and cut up fruit, add something salty like pretzels, biscuits (we love shortbread) and marshmallows.
And if you want more chocolate, try one of these chocolate dessert recipes that everyone will love.
💕Looking for more Valentine’s Day ideas?
- Here’s how to steal a heart without robbing a bank
- Date ideas for Valentine’s Day
- Lingerie ideas to make you feel sexy (and confident) this Valentine’s Day