10 Valentine’s Day Recipes the Whole Family Will Love!

Whether you go all out or keep it simple on February 14, there’s no better excuse than Valentine’s Day to show your family (and yourself!) some love from within the kitchen.

Armed with a cookie cutter and a little creativity, there’s nothing you can’t do to give your usual fare a Valentine’s Day twist.

From lunch box ideas to after-dinner desserts, the loved up treats are coming at you thick and fast with this heartfelt collection!

Top 10 Valentine’s Day Recipe Ideas

1. Nutella filled French toast

Just when you think French toast can’t get any better! Try a whole new level of breakfast goodness with the addition of Nutella. Nutella filled French toast for the win!

French toast, berries, Nutella

2. Valentine’s Day cake

Remember the conversation heart lollies of old? Now’s the time to grab your heart shaped cake tin and create an epic conversation heart cake. So much fun!

Valentine's day cake, heart shape

3. Mini heart shaped pizzas

Celebrate love with pizza. Adorably delicious mini heart shaped pizzas of course!

heart shaped pizza

4. Vanilla cupcakes

Heart sprinkles can give the simplest of cupcakes an easy peasy Valentine’s Day makeover. We give you Valentine’s Day vanilla cupcakes!

heart sprinkles, vanilla cupcake

5. Chocolate Beet bites

A healthy chocolate treat, chocolate beet bites will tickle any health nut’s fancy. What a delicious, refined sugar-free treat these will be.

bliss balls

6. Valentine’s breakfast

A sweet breakfast for the kids (and the young at heart), this Valentine’s Day breakfast is the most fun you can have with pancakes!

heart shape pancake, fruit

7. Apple love bugs

Nawwww apple love bugs, likely to be the sweetest way to eat your apples!

heart shaped apple

8. Valentine’s Day lunch box

Put some love into your lunch box creating this Valentine’s Day. Quick, go find a heart shaped cookie cutter!

lunch box, bento box, heart shaped

9. Valentine’s heart fruit kebabs

The kids will love munching down on these fruity heart kebabs. Use melons and berries to create heart shapes (don’t put away that cookie cutter just yet) and thread them on a skewer.

heart shape fruit skewers

10. Pink strawberry sangria

The perfect drink to bid goodnight on this year’s Valentine’s Day, pink strawberry sangria! For a non-alcoholic version, try lemonade with a drop of red fruit colouring. Sweet!

pink cocktail

Want some more Valentine’s Day cooking, see our 14 Valentine’s Day recipes to make with love.

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South Australian mum and self proclaimed foodie, Lexi can most days be found in the kitchen, apron tied firm and armed with a whisk or wooden spoon!

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