6 best Valentine’s Day recipes you need to make now

Make food your love language this V Day.

Written by Georgia Chappell

January 18, 2021

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Need some early Valentine’s Day recipes inspo? You know we’ve got you. Valentine’s Day is such a special time of the year, and there’s no way to show your love for someone better than cooking or baking them a hearty meal. Think medium-rare steaks, love heart pizzas, warm cookie dough, velvet cake, and more. Whether it’s Valentine’s Day cake recipes or Valentine’s Day dinner recipes, we have you covered with Valentine’s Day food ideas you need to try right now.

What to get your boyfriend for Valentine’s Day?

Got no idea what to get your boyfriend for v day? No worries. You can’t go wrong with a 4-course meal. Not only will this save you some dosh, but he will probably enjoy it much more than gifts. After all, we know guys don’t really care too much about nicknacks as we do.

The 101 on Valentine’s Day recipes


Egg in the hole with bacon + avacardo

Start the day off right with a Valentine’s Day breakfast. Switch it up from the traditional full English breakfast and go with an egg in the hole with bacon and avocado – YUM. Cook the bacon to your liking. Mash avocado in a bowl and cut your bread into love hearts. Cook your eggs and place over the bread with the avocado and bacon for a delicious breakfast.

Rib steak and pesto hollandaise

Love a delicious Valentine’s Day steak but wanna try something different? Cook your steak and chips to your liking and to make the pesto hollandaise, mix garlic, herbs, salt, lemon juice, parmesan, and drizzle over the oil. Put 3 egg yolks and vinegar over warm water and mix, then add butter. Just before combining to serve, stir in your fave pesto.

Red wine spagetti with goats cheese

Desperate for a super simple Valentine’s Day meal? Boil your fave red wine and water in a saucepan. Put in your pasta and wait for it to boil. Once your pasta is done, add in butter, parmesan, roasted tomatoes, and garnish with mozzarella and basil to impress the partner this Valentine’s Day.


Molton middle fondants with caramel

Who isn’t obsessed with gooey caramel fondant cakes? Melt together butter and chocolate, remove from the heat and add eggs and sugar. Add sugar to a saucepan and LEAVE IT. Shake it gently every once in a while. Add cream and vanilla, butter, and a pinch of salt. Combine and bake for 20 minutes. Garnish with a drop of cream for a deluxe sweet treat.

oreo banoffee pie

Wizz Oreos in a processor, pour in melted butter, and combine. Stuff into the bottom of a baking tin. Peel bananas and layer them at the bottom of the tin. Pour melted caramel over the top and dust with powdered sugar. Whip up cream to soft peaks and decorate the top however you like. Make sure you serve this bad boy with cream for a delicious sweet treat.

love cake

Mix flour, butter, sugar, and golden syrup in a bowl then remove half of the mixture and press it into the base of a cake tin. In a separate bowl, mix milk, egg, and bicarbonate of soda. Slowly add the rest of the mixture. Add nuts, cinnamon, pepper, clothes and pour the batter into the cake tin, then dust with nutmeg. Bake for 35 mins until the top is lightly golden.

Give these Valentine’s Day recipes a go

So there you have it. Try out these sweet and savory Valentine’s Day recipes to put a smile on your other half’s face. Why not pick up some sultry lingerie after the meal? We have everything from lace bras, corsets, full-body fits, and more. Check out our article on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day in lockdown for more.