Meals~Feb.15-21~Valentine’s Day Food

Although by the time you read this post, Valentine’s Day will be almost or completely over, I still wanted to share some of our day filled with yummy heart shaped treats.

We began our day with the Love Buckets that I made for the boys, and a sweet present from my husband, some cupcake pjs.

Then we had brunch, Heart shaped pancakes with real whipping cream and strawberry sauce, fried potatoes, scrambled eggs with cheese, bacon, heart shaped cinnamon rolls, drizzled with pink icing and mixed berry smoothies.

For the heart shaped pancakes, I used my favorite pancake mix and used a small measuring cup to pour the mixture onto the griddle, I simply poured 2 lines, making it look like a “V”, then the batter just spread and it looked like a heart. I whipped heavy cream and cooked some frozen strawberries on the stovetop, using the same recipe I use to make blueberry sauce.

The potatoes, eggs and bacon are pretty easy. For the smoothies, we started with mixed frozen berries, a splash of orange juice and a container of yogurt.

For dinner, we had fun with a fondue type meal. We had cheese fondue with cauliflower, broccoli, lil’ smokies, wedges of bread and pretzels. And with the yummy fruit dip, we had grapes, pineapples, mandarin oranges, kiwi and strawberries.

To finish the day, we had lots of yummy heart shaped dessert, brownies, cut-out sugar cookies, mini cupcakes (sharing those soon) and jello.

And now for our menu plan for this week…

Monday ~  Tuna Casserole and Farmhouse Biscuits

Tuesday ~  Homemade McGriddles and Smoothies

Wednesday ~  Chicken Stir-Fry and Rice

Thursday ~  Beans & Weenies, Mac & Cheese

Friday ~   Quesadillas, Chips and Salsa

Saturday ~  BBQ Meatballs and Oven Fries

Sunday ~  Chili and Cornbread Muffins

Do you love watching the Olympics? Head on over and see what we had for dinner during the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympics. You can also link up your Olympic post! And don’t forget to stop back tomorrow for Cupcake Tuesday!

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Comments

  1. SnoWhite says:

    what a fun Valentine’s Day!
    .-= SnoWhite´s last blog ..Menu Plan – Feb. 15 =-.

  2. Melissa says:

    Loved all the photos from your Valentine’s Day!
    .-= Melissa´s last blog ..Menu Plan Monday – Week of February 15 =-.

  3. Allison says:

    Yum the homemade McGriddles sound great. I’ve added them to my meal plan list.
    .-= Allison´s last blog ..POM Wonderful Vinaigrette =-.

  4. corrin says:

    The love buckets are adorable! Great idea.

    It was nice meeting you at Blissdom! I’m a former Hoosier!

  5. The BBQ Meatballs sound good. I was just wondering if you have a recipe for the BBQ sauce that you put on them?

    Those McGriddles look really yummy too. Thanks for the recipes!
    .-= Amanda @ Mommy’s Idea Book´s last blog ..Menu Plan Monday (2/15 – 2/21) =-.

  6. Rona says:

    Love the buckets. What a great idea.
    I’m always on the lookout for yummy menu choices. We’re still having to watch our pennies.
    .-= Rona´s last blog ..Utah Mulls Eliminating 12th Grade to Save Money =-.

  7. BShrestha says:

    Amazing looking treats! Happy “Eat Delicious Food Day!”. Details at http://desigrub.com/2010/02/eat-delicious-food-day/
    .-= BShrestha´s last blog ..Eat Delicious Food Day! =-.

  8. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    All those sweets are making me crave cookies. Those buckets are awesome too :)
    .-= Nutmeg Nanny´s last blog ..Spicy Jambalaya =-.

  9. Melissa says:

    OMG Thanks SO much for sharing your angle food cake recipe ….

    I am so excited !! Thanks for sharing!

    Melissa from Naches

    Kitchen bound!!!!

  10. nancy says:

    How do you make your smoothies? I have tried one time , they did not turn out very good at all. I really don’t want to spend $4-$5 to buy them if I don’t have to.
    I am also going to but the griddle breakfast on my list to try – I hope my kids will like it.
    Thanks for posting all the goodies and wonderful ideas.

    • CupcakeLady says:

      @nancy, I use frozen fruit, blueberries, strawberries or cherries, usually, 1 single serving size of flavored yogurt, usually strawberry, a big splash of apple or orange juice, 2 fresh bananas cut up, in the blender. I will be sharing a smoothie post in a couple days. Be sure to check back.
      Thanks for visiting!
      ~Liz

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