21 Foods to Serve Your Significant Other on Valentine’s Day

Be careful: These dishes are so good, your date might fall in love with them instead of you
21 Valentine's Day Foods to Serve

Brian Sheehan previews our list of the "21 Foods to Serve Your Significant Other on Valentine’s Day."

Dessert: Red Velvet Cheesecake


A dessert like this will have your date falling in love all over again.

It’s never too early to start preparing for Valentine’s Day, the most loving holiday of the year! It’s the day you get to do something truly romantic with that special someone, though we suggest doing so year-round. Often times we make reservations, hoping to take bae to a romantic dinner, only to find ourselves stuck in an enormous line feeling extremely frustrated. Avoid the V-Day stress this year by impressing your significant other with a fantastic home-cooked meal.

We’ve found the perfect romantic recipes to make on Valentine’s Day and have provided you options for the appetizer, side dish, main course, and dessert. Many of our recipes are light, so you’re not too full after the meal. (No one feels sexy after chowing down on greasy quesadillas.)

Your Valentine won’t be able to resist when he or she sees warm baked Brie on the table and smells steaks broiling. For dessert, we’ve compiled fantastic chocolaty recipes, since chocolate is one of the best-known aphrodisiacs. Serve up an impressive, fantastic meal to your date this Valentine’s Day and pop open your best bottle of wine. After all, nothing says ‘I love you’ quite like a homemade three-course meal and a glass of red wine. 

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