Today I’m sharing some of our favorite Valentine’s Day recipes to make!
We’ve been making many of these recipes as far back as 2013 so you know these are all winners!
Every year we make our favorite steak recipe for our Valentine’s Day meal. Both kids and Matt love this meal so much and always get excited when they see me making the butter. My favorite thing to pair my steak with is loaded cheese fries and bacon wrapped green bean bundles. Chefs kiss.
Such a fun treat to celebrate Valentine’s Day! The kids always love when we pull out the fondue pot and Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to dip some snacks in chocolate!
How fun are these? They are perfect for a Valentine’s Day class party, teacher treat, bus driver treat, etc.! These are also a fun and easy bake sale treat.
This refreshing cocktail is a twist on my favorite classic margarita. The muddled strawberries and cucumber give it the perfect balance of fruity with just the right amount of sweetness. And the elderflower liqueur gives it a smooth floral finish that makes it dangerously delicious. If you’re a fellow margarita lover, this one is for you!
5. Pancakes & Donut Kabob Breakfast
The easiest breakfast of all time. And simply adding skewers makes the presentation a million times more exciting for the kids. For this breakfast, I use little stacks of homemade or frozen pancakes (usually frozen, if I’m being honest), and donut kabobs using store-bought donut holes. Then I add in some fruit and fun napkins from the Target dollar spot and I’m done! See? Super easy!
An oldie but a goodie, this white chocolate funfetti chex mix is insanely delicious. We love to make this for little treat bags for friends, neighbors, teachers, etc.!
7. Paint Palette Sprinkle Pancakes
Saved my favorite for last — paint palette sprinkle pancakes! Make mini pancakes using a silver dollar pan (our favorite pancake pan) then serve them on paint tray palettes loaded with colorful sprinkles and whipped cream! Don’t have time to make pancakes? Use frozen silver dollar pancakes!
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This is an older recipe that we’ve used many, many times. These cookies are perfectly baked with soft centers and extra sprinkles. I hope you love them as much as we do!
Probably the easiest recipe of them all — these heart cookies can be made with any box mix you like or if you want to save the mixing step, you can grab a roll of cookie dough from the refrigerator section at the grocery store!