Start by making your own grenadine with pomegranate and juice (an aphrodisiac!). Finish with a heart-shaped ground cinnamon garnish.
All you need to know about this stupid-cute cocktail is that it's made with infused conversation heart vodka. Finally, another good use for those guys.
The name says it all. Take a sip and pucker up!
Your Valentine is probably already under your spell, but just in case, this cocktail will make him fall in love.
Short on time? Float some rose petals in your drink for a simple and classy garnish.
The classic Jell-O shot gets a classy makeover: stir in champagne, chill, and then cut with a heart-shaped cookie cutter. Cheers, cupid!
Shake up this lush floral cocktail for you and your love to start the night on the right note.
What's better than a box of chocolate? Chocolate blended with booze and poured into a fancy glass, of course.
Because you can eat as much sugar as you'd like on Valentine's Day. It's an unspoken rule.
Drizzle with honey for a shot of sweetness (it's Valentine's Day, after all!).
Make your your S.O. this to-go breakfast parfait for work and score all the love points.
Even the manliest man can't resist toasty bread and runny, heart-shaped yolk.
What you'll need: heart cookie cutter ($5, )
No need for words. These heart-shaped doughnuts are the fried equivalent of shouting "I love you!" from the rooftops.
Got an morning gym date? Sip on one of these festive (and healthy!) smoothies first.
Forget the artificial food dye. Raspberries and strawberries turn yogurt festive-pink, naturally.
Show off your domestic goddess talents with these waffle sandwiches, topped with rosemary-butter hearts.
Create these perfect-for-Valentine's pretzels: shape dough into a heart, sprinkle with pink sea salt, and bake.
Pretty in pink, this hummus is perfect for snacking, spreading and dipping.
Some say these easy-to-make French pastries look like elephants' ears. Others argue they look like hearts. Either way, these pastries are perfect for your amour!
Nothing is more romantic than a pot of melted cheese. Add a blanket, baguette, and fireplace and you're golden.
These cozy cups of soup will warm both hearts and souls. To make the Cupid croutons, use a heart-shaped cookie cutter on bread, then toast — that's it!
Chicken gets (deliciously) dressed up for Valentine's Day with oranges and olives.
This meal is ready in less than 25 minutes, so you can spend less time in the kitchen (and more time in the other rooms in your house...).
Stuff meaty mushrooms with marinara, mozzarella and breadcrumbs for an easy, elegant dinner for two.
You should only have salad for dinner on Valentine's Day if it's as fancy as this one. Truth.
Impress your vegan Valentine with this creamy, "cheesy" tasting pasta that doesn't use cream or cheese.
Ditch those dinner reservations and cook up this delicious dinner for her, instead.
Looking for a last-minute romantic dinner idea? This dish has only 7 ingredients and is ready in 10 minutes. You're welcome.
Crack open a bottle of wine, pour a glass for you and your S.O., and then use the rest in this genius boozy spaghetti.