Valentine's Menus That Won't Make You Stay In Kitchen For Hours

 

Let’s face it: on special occasions like Valentine’s Day or any other personal or public holiday we all tend to show our love and appreciation with some good food. We all know the saying “way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”, right? But making those perfect and delicious meals doesn’t necessarily take hours to cook.

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I suggest some possible menu ides for Valentine’s day, that won’t take you whole lot of time to cook, yet they will look amazing and will show all your love. Check them out and plan your perfect Valentine’s menu.

Breakfast

heart shaped egg

 

 

Easy Heart Shaped Eggs

 

heart egg toast

 

 

Heart Toast

 

Bacon-and-Egg-Breakfast-Muffin-1

 

Bacon Muffins With Heart Shaped Egg

 

 

Appetizer

Crunchy Cheesy Crunchy Cheesy Bread Sticks

 

 

 

Ham-and-Cheese-Pretzel-Bites3_800x514Easy Ham And Cheese Rolls

 

 

 

stuffed brie3Baked Stuffed Brie Wrapped in Puff Pastry

 

 

 

Main Course

meatloaf balls plateMashed Potatoes Meatloaf Balls

 

 

 

sesame ginger salmonSesame Ginger Salmon

 

 

 

stuffed-chickenStuffed Chicken Breasts

 

 

 

Side

heart potatoesRoasted Potato Hearts

 

 

 

baked potatoesRusset Baked Potatoes With Parmesan

 

 

 

potato stacks2Potato Parmesan Stacks

 

 

 

Dessert

cupcake bouquetValentine’s Rose Cupcakes

 

 

 

yogurt jello dessertYogurt & Ricotta Jello With Strawberries

 

 

 

strawberry heart tartsStrawberry Heart Tarts

 

 

 

For really pretty decoration you could make a bouquet of strawberry roses to enjoy at the end of the evening with a nice glass of champagne.

strawberry-rose1Strawberry Roses

Happy Valentine’s Day!