These healthy Valentine’s Day dinner recipes are perfect for two. Cook together for a fun Valentine’s night in or surprise him with these easy recipes you can make in minutes.
Salads are a refreshing way to start the evening. Use seasonal produce like citrus fruits to infuse plenty of flavor. I love how Home & Plate pulls this Winter Sweet Citrus Salad together!
Strawberries are a beautiful Valentine’s Day staple. As they come in season, strawberries make a sweet addition to salads like this Strawberry Arugula Salad with creamy strawberry vinaigrette from the Spicy RD.
More healthy salads for Valentine’s Day:
Halibut Lemon Piccata Asparagus Salad
No-Cook Pesto Zucchini Noodle Salad
Salmon Spinach Mandarin Orange Salad
When planning Valentine’s Day dinner, aim for at least a couple of courses so that you have plenty of time to enjoy your company. It’s also good to consider recipes that don’t require much hands-on time or prep – especially if February 14th falls on a weeknight. These main dishes can help!
Healthy Valentine’s Day dinner ideas:
Rebecca has my heart with her Maple Mustard Sheet Pan Salmon. Just 20 minutes and one pan to clean? I’m sold!
This gorgeous Beet Risotto with Goat Cheese is on my list to nourish both our hearts and eyes.
Continuing with the beet theme because they are so good for the heart, get in the kitchen to make this Beet Heart Ravioli together.
More healthy dinner ideas for Valentine’s Day:
Plating Pixels’ Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna Bites make a tasty appetizer to start the night! Or add it to a salad to make an entree.
My Bourbon Peach Glazed Salmon for Two is sweet, savory, and satisfying!
Carolyn Williams’ Honey Lime Salmon is a sweet salmon variation for the night!
The Rising Spoon’s Pan Seared Pineapple Mahi Mahi is a tropical twist for the evening.
Delightful Plate’s Scallop Shrimp Pasta with Burst Cherry Tomatoes is a simple, elegant, slightly indulgent and delicious option that takes just minutes to make.
If your Honey is vegan or you’re avoiding dairy, Nora’s Instant Pot Vegan Alfredo is a great start.
Amy’s Roasted Cauliflower Steaks make a flavorful side dish!
So. I have to know. What will you make first? Tag me on Instagram @marisamoore to let me know!
I hope this inspires you to get into the kitchen with your significant other or by yourself to make these beautiful and delicious recipes!
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