Chocolate on Valentine’s Day is for people with no imagination.
Toastally cute. Here’s how to make it.
All it takes is a tiny bit of knife work to turn berry slices into cute little hearts. Get the recipe.
You know, to keep your bae’s HEART healthy. If you can’t find or don’t love red currants, pomegranate seeds would also be pretty and delicious. Get the recipe.
Nothing fancy here, just be sure you don’t make the bacon too crispy so you can heart-ify it.
Spell out your love on a backdrop of strawberry puree. Here’s how to do it.
You’ll need a big cookie cutter to make the sandwich. Get the recipe.
And a little cookie cutter to make these cheesy hearts. Get the recipe.
Just remember not to be alarmed when you go to the bathroom the next day (sorry). Get the recipe.
Perfect for a party full of hotties. Get the recipe.
If this isn’t the perfect side for a perfect steak, I don’t know what is. Here’s how to make them.
The dough for these is super easy to make, and the sweet potato means they’re actually good for you. Get the recipe.
The pasta gets its pretty color just from a quick toss in the pan with a roasted beet and garlic sauce. Get the recipe.
For when you want to be really classy. Get the recipe.
Sharing is best when you still get your own. Get the recipe.
Pink on pink. Get the recipe.
A light dinner is smart if you plan to get busy afterward. Get the recipe.
Berry puree mixed with Campari, St. Germain, and sparkling wine. Yum! Get the recipe.
With a dollop of raspberry jam and a dash of maraschino liqueur. Get the recipe.