No doubt about it, the chill of January and February can make us want to hibernate. But there’s much to enjoy. With the holidays past, there’s actually time to visit with friends. Plus two special days devoted to family and sweethearts. Scroll down for recipes meant to be shared, as well as heart-healthy Valentine’s Day ideas. And bite winter right back.
Cake that takes the cake.
Light airy cake, warm spices, and a sweet tangy finish. Dessert doesn’t get better than this. Share our Spiced Angel Food Cake with Sour Cream Frosting on Valentine’s, Family Day,
or spice up any day of the week.
With two kinds of cheese, pancetta, and a mix of lightly crushed seeds, this Seed-Coated Cheese Ball is a lovely version of Grandma’s recipe. It’s the perfect
appetizer for best friends. Or serve it at your game day party.
Our Roasted Cauliflower Pasta Toss replaces the traditional heavy cream with lower fat sour cream to make an indulgent creamy pasta with under 500 calories per serving.
This meatless dish is easy enough for a weeknight meal or elegant enough for company.
A Valentine’s Day dinner that’s good for your heart
Valentine’s Day is often associated with a candle-lit dinner at a romantic restaurant, feasting on calorie-laden foods, indulging
in a decadent dessert, and washing all of it down with a bottle of wine. But while this type of Valentine’s Day celebration may satisfy the taste buds, our waistlines can end up suffering.