Valentine’s Day Menu

Make a heart healthy meal for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day!

Start by choosing a protein, then follow the buttons for a complete meal.

Click on a photo to download the recipe! Or, download the whole booklet here

Main Protein

salmon filet with seasoning

Lemon Garlic Salmon

Savory salmon with a tangy lemon garlic glaze, baked in the oven. Look for sales on frozen salmon to keep this option budget friendly.

baked chicken breast with seasoning

Lemon Garlic Roasted Chicken

Chicken bursting with flavor, baked in the oven. Options for using chicken breast or a small roasting hen, depending on your dinner plans.

cooked recipe on white plate

Au Gratin Vegetables

Pick your favorite veggies, top them with a rich , creamy sauce, then bake in the oven for a crispy finish.

seasoned cooked green beans on flowery plate

Green Beans with Flair

Green beans get a make-over in this simple yet elegant dish. Use fresh, canned, or frozen green beans.

baked potato with butter and steamed broccoli

Baked Potato and Broccoli

Baked potatoes topped with broccoli and your favorite toppings are a classic side for your dinner.

rice in bowl with garnish and wooden spoon on top

Rice Pilaf

Simple, yet delicious, this rice dish is easy to make and is a great side for pairing with the flavors of your meal.

serving of recipe in white bowl

Quinoa Tabboleh

Quinoa, fresh veggies, and herbs, this side is both a salad and a grain.

bowl of chocolate covered strawberries

Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

A classic Valentine's day dessert, chocolate covered strawberries are easy to make. Check for sales on fresh strawberries to keep this option budget friendly.

Three white bowls of berry crisp

Berry Crisp

Fresh or frozen berries work well in this sweet, fruity dessert. Top with ice cream or frozen yogurt for the perfect finish.

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