Most cultures throughout the world include cooking as an important part of hospitality and a way to show you care for someone. People all over the world, from every race, cook for those they love. Participate in this time-honored tradition by cooking up something for someone you love this Valentine’s Day. Everyone can find something to make, from the most novice cook to those who make their own pasta. To help with inspiration here’s 25 Valentine’s Day recipes to make your foodie heart flutter.
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Gummy Bear Heart Cookies
These cookies are a delicious homemade shortbread with melted gummy bears for the hearts. Bright & Happy & Sweet, just like a Valentine should be.
German Chocolate Pecan Bars
These aren’t heart shaped or red, but that does not in any way detract from their ability to convey love and fondness. Chocolate shortbread, topped with chocolate chips, and THEN topped with pecan coconut gooey magic. Pretty sure that says “I love you” in about a dozen different languages.
Berry Citrus Gelatin Gummies
Paleo and Gluten Free people need love and treats too! Make them these adorable and good for you gummies for happy hearts and healthy tummies.
Parmesan Risotto with Roasted Shrimp
If you have a significant other on Valentine’s Day – or a significant platonic roommate who’s also single and cool with it – Make them and yourself risotto with shrimp. It’s actually pretty simple, as long as you can pay attention and stay in the kitchen with it, you can totally make this, and make someone feel special.
Vegan Chocolate Coconut Cream Pie
Being vegan is not an excuse to forgo indulgence on Valentine’s Day. Chocolate Coconut Cream Pie is good for vegans and non vegans. It’s good for everyone (excepting those people allergic to chocolate or coconut and to those people…we’re sorry).