1. Meet the Meat Bouquet
Sure, flowers are wonderful and smell great, but so does meat! Plus, you cannot eat flowers. Well…you cannot eat all flowers. Some businesses will create them for you, but a DIY bouquet is much more personal.
2. Buy Good Chocolate
Let’s be honest. There is a lot of bad chocolate out there. And if you are looking for a box to accompany your meat bouquet, you want some high-quality sweets. Don’t worry about your investment going bad: chocolate will last 25% longer in the fridge and 50% longer in the freezer.
3. Pizza That’s Made with Love
Pizza is wonderful. Heart-shaped pizza is even better! Plus, there aren’t many foods you can divide up and customize like you can with pizza. So, if you two love different toppings, mix it up, but if you both love pepperoni, this recipe is a great start.
4. Make an Easy Fondue
Fondue is one of the more romantic foods out there, and much easier to make than you may think. Serve it as a starter, like with this easy cheese fondue, or later, with an easy 4 ingredient chocolate fondue. Fon-do or fon-don’t, there is no wrong answer.
5. Homemade Conversation Hearts
Last year, there was a shortage of conversation hearts, but no worries, because DIY candy hearts are a great way to show your true love exactly how you feel. The perfect end to your Valentine’s Day dinner or a sweet surprise at any time of year.
With these recipe ideas, you are now ready for romance. Stop by our store to find the perfect appliances to help you create something special that your partner will be sure to enjoy.