I know some people consider reservations and dinner out as a great way to spend Valentine’s Day…I’m not one of ’em. Restaurants jack up the prices, and they’re always crowded. For me, I’d rather make or have a homemade dinner made for me. Mr. Kringle says my food is way better than a restaurant and I’m here to give you some suggestions for my favorite meal combos! But first, don’t think if you’re not currently in a relationship that means you’re excluded! This day celebrates love! You can spread the love whether you cook for your parents or grandparents or invite that co-worker who always makes your day bearable over. Have a Galentine’s Day with your best friends and go one step further and decorate shoeboxes like they did when you (or your parents or grandparents) were kids and give each other store-bought Valentines that you open at the end of dinner! How fun would that be?!
Here’s a video if you prefer some tasty visuals with a slow jam beat.
Now let’s get to the food!
Is comfort food your honey’s love language? Then this combo will show them the love. Eat early so you can sleep off the food coma for later activities. What? Binge watching Netflix. What were you thinking?!
How about something that looks and sounds pretty fancy but is super easy to make? I know I’m always down for that!
Let’s not forget about dessert!
Your babycakes prefer brunch? I’ve gotcha covered!
If they have a sweet tooth for brunchy stuff, then these are sure to please!
I hope I’ve given you some ideas on how to cook and bake your love for your someone special this Valentine’s Day. Wishing you all the love for being a part of my little corner of the internet!
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