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If you're having a Valentine's Day Dinner at Home – here are a few Valentine's day dinner ideas. Take a look at this delicious meal!
Valentine's Day Dinner Ideas You Can Do At Home!
Note – This post was originally posted back in February 2018 but I thought it was extremely relevant today, especially if you're staying at home due to COVID or not going out! Check out these Valentine's day dinner ideas – your family will thank you!
My friend Cheree created this amazing Valentine's Day Dinner and Menu Plan for you, and oh my goodness, I just love it!
Cheree has some crazy amazing skills when it comes to floral decor, and her centerpiece was perfect. Don't feel like you have to do anything this fancy, but she spent just $20 on all the flowers you see here ~ you could just as easily skip this step or use something you have on hand (but hers really are gorgeous!)
By using things she (mostly) had on hand, she made a beautiful table arrangement that was such a fun way to spoil her family at home.
But the best part is this really, really …. REALLY cute menu plan to help you prepare your Valentine's Day too. You can totally still have time to put all this together today 🙂
🍴Menu Note: This full Valentine's Day Menu (and other holiday menus!) can also be found in our Celebration Menu Planning Made Easy Set!
Here's are a few Valentine's day dinner ideas:
Caprese Salad Skewers
Mixed Berry Spinach Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette (Laurie's FAVORITE)
Bacon Wrapped Brown Sugar Chicken & Parmesan Crusted Baby Potatoes
… and …. this AMAZING (really truly) Flourless Chocolate Torte!
A few of the PPP team members actually were able to enjoy Cheree's meal this week together down in Alabama (where most of the PPP team members live . . .) and after seeing their yummy pics I felt a twinge of jealousy and just had to try it out for my family too!
I spent $7 on some tulips to fluff our table (nothing as fancy as Cheree's flower arrangement, but still a fun splurge!), and then sorted through our ribbon scraps and linen napkins to come up with a tiny bit of a fancy table in our home too.
My kids LOVED the potatoes, the cake was fantastic (although we maybe dove in a wee bit too early before it was completely cooled . . . ), and having Shirley Temples for dinner was such a fun treat at our house.
So, if you'd love to skip the crowds and enjoy a simple Valentine's at home on a penny pinched budget, these Valentine's day dinner ideas are just for you. Take a look at this delicious meal!
Go HERE to print your free menu Valentine's Day recipes and menu plan, and leave a comment to let us know if you use it too. Such a fun way to surprise your family (I promise they'll love this one, and know you'll be so glad you tried it out!)
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