Every year there’s so much pressure to have the perfect plan for Valentine’s Day. We’re here to help! Check out our ideas now or pin them for later for a tasty date night at home, some fun for the kids and a love story to warm your heart on even the coldest night.
Recipes for a Romantic Valentine’s Dinner
If you want to knock his (or her) socks off with the main dish, then you’ll want to cook one of these …
If your honey is a beef connoisseur be sure to prepare these rib eye steaks with blue cheese, butter (oh yes, butter) and mushrooms.Rib-Eye Recipe
It’s best on the grill but if you need some tips on bringing the steak indoors check out this handy skillet conversion!
Bacon-Wrapped Pork Chops
If pork is more your speed (or you’d rather not mess with the grill), this Bacon-Wrapped Pork Chop will bring your taste buds to life and it has bacon. What’s not to love?Pork Chop Recipe
Looking for a tasty and nutritious side? This one from StreetSmart Nutrition will not disappoint.
Of course, you need a dessert. Here’s that perfect sweet to top off that perfect dinner.Simple Crepes Recipe
Recipes for Family Fun
Valentine’s Day is about spreading the love and we have you covered with these family-friendly recipes.
This makes a fun and easy activity for the kids. Bonus: You’ll have something sweet to show family and friends you care! (How cute would these be delivered in a little gift bag?!)Cupid Crunch Recipe
Fruit and Pasta Toss
This is a sweet twist on pasta salad featuring fruit and yogurt! It tastes decadent, but actually makes for a healthy, kid-friendly treat. Mom win!Fruit and Pasta Toss Recipe
DIY Printable Valentines
What's a better recipe for love and friendship than a valentine to show you care? You're in luck because we have some adorable printable valentines complete with farm animals! Simply download, print and cut for a cute card exchange for the kids.
Shareables for Social
If you love all things dairy, make your Valentine's Day udderly delightful with these digital valentines! (Click to expand the view.)
Recipes for Romance
When we think of Valentine’s Day, we think of passion. And we especially love when personal and professional passions collide! Read some farming romances.
Meet Bradley McVey, who grew up on a farm and went to school for engineering. But while at school Bradley realized what he really wanted to do was farm. Emily grew up on a farm and loves to teach. When she and Bradley were married it gave them an opportunity to move back to the farm. Together the two are incredibly passionate about taking care of the cows they raise and being good stewards of the land.Meet the McVeys
Meet Karen and John Pendleton. Together, they farm and run a market near Lawrence. But the best part? “I get to work every day with my best friend,” Karen says. So cute! Learn more about this couple with a passion for farming and each other.Meet the Pendletons
Sometimes our first love isn’t the one that works out. That’s how it was for these two generations of farmers. Their first loves? Careers in big cities! But a love for farming and each other has the Franklin family happily farming in Kansas. Watch their charming farming story!
Love Is in the Air
We hope these ideas help to make this Valentine’s Day your best one yet! Be sure to save these ideas for later!