The most saved Valentine's Day recipes on Pinterest will make you feel (and taste) the love
Valentine’s Day is a day to spend with the people you love, doing the things you love. And if you’re anything like us, you love eating food. And whether or not you have a significant other — and whether you have a sweet or savory tooth — the most saved Valentine’s Day recipes on Pinterest have you covered for February 14th.
Pinterest is fabulous for finding creatively-themed recipes and Valentine’s Day is no exception. While chocolate is the traditional food of Valentine’s Day, the food you make on Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be all about desserts.
If you need some inspiration this February 14th, check out the most pinned Valentine’s Day recipes on Pinterest to make these adorable and oh-so edible foods.
1Red Velvet French Toast with Vanilla Bean Cheesecake Filling
Uh, could this recipe sound any more perfect? Make this absurdly delicious French toast for breakfast for your love (or yourself!) on Valentine’s day morning.
This recipe for homemade chocolates is from Our Four Forks and provides vegan, paleo, soy-free, dairy-free options. So, this typical Valentine’s Day treat will be great no matter your loved one’s diet restrictions.
3Red Velvet Candy Cane Kiss Cookies
This recipe would work equally as well at Christmastime, but red velvet is clearly a Valentine’s Day favorite and we’re not angry about it. With a peppermint kick, these red-colored cookies are a twist on the KISSES peanut butter blossoms recipe.
Chocolate-covered pretzels are always a safe bet and these pretzel rod ones are super easy to make, and more than fit the V-Day theme.
While mimosas are normally drunk at breakfast or brunch, we think this festive recipe calls for imbibing all Valentine’s Day long. Skip the OJ and replace it with strawberries and raspberries for this pink drink.
6Four Cheese Ravioli
If you’re looking for a creative idea for dinner on February 14th, these heart-shaped four cheese ravioli will make your heart flutter if you don’t mind spending some extra time in the kitchen.
7Valentine’s Day Popcorn
If you like sweet and salty snacks, this easy-to-make marshmallow and chocolate popcorn will satisfy your craving.
Melt some chocolate and half and half, then cut some fruit for dipping, and voila! You have fondue. Bonus Valentine’s points if you have a heart ramekin to put the chocolate dip in.
9Bacon and Chive Soufflé
Bacon and chive soufflé doesn’t necessarily sound super romantic, but if you still have those heart-shaped ramekins handy, you’ll be all set. (Note: The link on Pinterest directs to the wrong recipe, but you can find the soufflé recipe here.)
10Baked Cinnamon Sugar Valentine’s Donuts
Nothing says love like donuts. These cinnamon and sugar pastries will totally warm your heart.
So, hit up the kitchen and spend your Valentine’s Day in the most romantic way possible — stuffing your face with all of the food you love.