Looking for some Love Day inspiration that you can whip up in the kitchen? Some of my most popular recipes happen to be perfect for a special Valentine’s Day breakfast, an appetizer board with girlfriends or to pass around as classroom Valentine’s (these ones are not edible and pretty darn cute). xoxo, Emily
Always Fluffy Sheet Pan Pancakes
Once you make pancakes all at once in this simple sheet pan pancake recipe, you may never go back to flipping them on the stovetop. You can also have fun with cookie cutter shapes. Watch my reel for more yummy ways to serve these pancakes!
Creamy Chocolate Chia Pudding
This recipe uses dried Medjool dates and ripe banana for natural sweetness and is easily blended to perfection in seconds. Top with juicy fresh or crunchy freeze-dried berries for that delicious berry and chocolate combo. Make-ahead for a sweet Valentine’s breakfast, snack or dessert.
Watch my quick tutorial here!
Simple Chocolate Chick Pea Hummus
My love for the mighty chickpea has no bounds. This chocolatey spin on savory hummus is not only rich in flavor, but packed with nutrients and antioxidants. It takes about five minutes to make and you can store it in the fridge all week. Get the recipe here and see how I make it in this reel.
Prosecco Jello Shots
[Pinterest Favorite!] My most popular recipe for fizzy jello bites is a fun way to serve prosecco in boozy gummy form. Make ahead and pile on to your evening appetizer board with your galentines.
Here’s how I make them. Cheers!
Crayon Heart Mold Craft
This DIY crayon project is fun to do with littles and a great way to reuse those broken crayon bits. If you’re on the lookout for a non-edible kids classroom Valentine, this is for you. A cold weather project + sweet little gift all in one. Watch my tutorial for the step-by-step!
Leave a Reply