Valentine’s Day Menu Plan

by Kristina @ GettingFreedom on February 7, 2012

It doesn’t take a lot to incorporate Valentine’s Day into your meal plan. Just a few simple tweaks and your everyday meals look like they were made especially for Valentine’s Day without breaking the bank.

Breakfast

 

 

Use a cookie cutter or knife and cut a heart shape out of a piece of bread to jazz up your everyday breakfast. Cook an egg in the middle and create Valentine’s Day Eggs in a Basket. Serve it along side some heart shaped strawberries and you’ve shown your Valentine just how much they mean to you, and it’s only breakfast!

 

 

Ham, Eggs and Cheese In a Basket

Strawberries
Milk or Juice

Lunch

Kids love it when you make their lunches fun. And what’s not fun about sandwiches shaped like hearts and red applesauce?

Turkey & Cheese Box Lunch

Turkey and Cheese Sandwich Hearts
Cheese Puffs or Carrot Sticks
Red Applesauce
Peanut Butter Cookies with Chocolate Hearts

Dinner

You don’t have to spend a lot on dinner to make it special. And you don’t have to go out to a fancy restaurant to have a delicious steak dinner either.

 

Steak with Shallot, Butter & Balsamic Sauce
Twice Baked Potatoes
 {Make these the day before, which will save you from having to spend all evening in the kitchen preparing dinner.}
Cream Cheese Corn

Dessert

Ahhh, dessert. Who doesn’t love dessert? Last year I made strawberry lemonade cookies that were to.die.for and I might still make them again this year. But for dessert after the steak dinner I plan on making, I can’t wait to try this yummy looking pink lemonade pound cake.

 

 

 

Have a great Valentine’s Day!

 

Written by Contributing Writer Kristina.

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