Happy Valentine’s Day Recipes Ideas for 14 Feb 2017
Looking for Valentines Day Ideas on 14 Feb 2017 to celebrate Valentine 2017 in a unique way with your girlfriend, boyfriend, wife or husband? Here are some new and amazing valentines day recipes ideas for him, for her, and for your love ones. Valentine’s Day Recipes Ideas, valentine’s day dessert recipes, romantic meal ideas for him, valentine dinner party ideas, romantic dinner recipes for two, romantic steak dinner ideas, anniversary meal ideas, romantic dinner ideas at home for him or her and romantic chicken recipes are given below. Happy valentines Day 14 Feb 2017.
Add some romance to your Valentine’s Day menu with these romantic breakfast recipes ideas, dinner recipes ideas, and favorite desserts recipes ideas. With these romantic recipes, you can impress your loved ones.
Valentine’s Day Recipes for Romantic Breakfast Ideas:
Forego the roses. Just spread cream cheese on top of a bagel half. Then arrange strawberry slices like flower petals atop it for a beautiful and healthy breakfast. (OK, real flowers, also, wouldn’t hurt.)
2-Bear your heart:
Serve up some honey bear love with a little creativity. Make a heart shape in peanut butter in the mid of the toast. Use banana slices for ears and raisins for the bear’s eyes and nose. Drizzle honey over all (because, you know, that’s what bears love). A bear hug goes nicely on the side.
Melon is your canvas. A tiny heart-shaped cookie cutter your paintbrush.
Express your everlasting love with pancake batter. Pour some butter into a squeeze bottle and trace a heart shape. Fill it in quickly. Any heart will do flip for these flapjacks.
5-Take a piece of my heart:
With a cookie cutter, cut out a heart shape in a piece of buttered toast. Next, place the toast pieces in a hot pan for a few minutes. Now Flip the bread and then crack an egg into the center of the toast for a love-filled main dish!
6-Totally toasted over you:
What could be simpler than toast? Use a cookie cutter to create edible valentines. Make it room-service-worthy by serving it with cinnamon butter or fancy jam.
Valentine’s Day Recipes Romantic Dinner Ideas:
1-Candied lemon peels:
No matter how you serve them—on the side of a cocktail glass, atop a lemon cake or in a candy dish—these Candied Lemon Peels are a delightful way to wake up your taste buds.
2-Lemon Kiss limoncello cocktail:
This light and lemony cocktail recipe are perfectly portioned to top off two champagne flutes, making it the perfect pairing for toasting your togetherness.
These no-bake lemon truffles are bursting with fresh-squeezed taste. Top these sweet and straightforward truffles with our sweet lemon glaze for even more citrusy goodness.
4-Lemon pot de crème:
Made with heavy cream and sugar, and also grated Meyer lemon zest, this creamy dessert for him or her is the perfect choice to cap off a romantic dinner at home.
This delicious Lemon Pasta recipe contains pancetta, Parmigiano, lemon zest, and capers, with a red pepper flakes to relish things up. Serve it as a side dish.
Put a little zest in your bruschetta. This deliciously different appetizer offers a refreshing twist on traditional tomato bruschetta.
You can use preserved lemons to add a fresh twist of taste to a variety of dishes. Once you try it, you will look for ways to incorporate this tart and tasty ingredient in your other best recipes, like our Lemon-Ricotta Bruschetta.
8-Salmon en papillote with lemon gremolata:
This baked salmon recipe mixes salmon fillets, asparagus, and lemon en papillote (parchment packets) to create an impressive, yet easy, dinner for two.
Best Valentine’s Day Dessert Recipes:
Make packaged caramel squares a perfect; easy Valentine treat by soaking them in sprinkles, crushed nuts, and bits of candy. Drizzle with dark or white chocolate to add even more color.
2-Fudge Brownie Hearts:
These Valentine treats blend bittersweet and rich chocolate with plenty of butter, eggs, granulated sugar and brown sugar for a moist, creamy dessert. After the brownies have cooked and cooled, you can cut them into bars or use 3-inch heart-shaped cutters. Drizzle with a vanilla glaze.
3-Mini Chocolate Soufflés:
These hot, bittersweet puffs have coffee in them, but you’d never know it. Performing culinary sleight of hand, the hidden ingredient just helps chocolate taste more chocolatey, like a capful of vanilla would, but with a darker intent.
4-Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes:
Top this gooey-center, intense chocolate desserts with powdered sugar
5-Red Velvet Cheesecake:
We took the red velvet cake we loved and gave it a creamy twist. Don’t let the red color fool you: The flavor is all chocolate.
6-Red-Hot Velvet Brownies:
These cinnamon-spiked red velvet bars taste just like red-hot candies—with a layer of luscious cream cheese frosting on top!
7-Three-Tiered Chocolate Cake:
Few foods say “anniversary” like cake, especially chocolate cake. We challenged our Test Kitchen to come up with a fresh, delicious twist on this all-time favorite. The result is a decadently delicious dessert. The recipe contains variations such as Hot Chocolate Cake; Spice is Nice Chocolate Cake and Mocha Chocolate Cake.
8-Valentine’s Day Marshmallow Treats:
Dress up rice cereal hearts with frosting, pretzels, peanut butter, chocolate and other toppings for Valentine’s Day sweets.
9-Valentine’s Day Chocolate Trail Mix:
Sweet, salty, chewy, crunchy—this trail mix has everything you want in a snack. Plus chocolate, of course!
10-Valentine’s Day Sugar Cookies:
Use a simple sugar cookie dough to create any of four heart-shaped designs for this sweetheart of a Valentine cookie.