I went through some of the best frugal food blogs to find delicious recipes for you to cook for dinner on Valentine’s Day. These meals range from $10 to $15 for dinner and dessert per dinner. Remember, you don’t have to spend a ton on a meal to show your love!
Note: Cost is noted unless it wasn’t provided in the original recipe.
I'm pretty positive you can find this in some fancy-shmancy restaurant.
Presentation is key!
A chance for you to feign fine dining.
Potatoes, bacon, and onion pizza. *Droooool.* Tip: Form this pizza into a heart shape!
For all my low-carb, gluten-free lovers.
Because pasta = carbs = love.
Bacon and pasta. Yum.
What a combination!
Why are we paying those outrageous prices for sushi again?
Why so cheap?!
Just because it's Valentine's Day doesn't mean you have to share. These individual treats are ideal :)
So easy, so fun to make, and so delicious.
There is not much that is better than warm, ooey gooey, chocolate cake.
Using raspberry chocolate chips instead of actual raspberries saves you time and money!
Too cute to eat. LOL, jk.
I know I'm an adult and all, but freedom to do what I want with this sugar is a dream come true.
What is this lovey-dovey holiday without chocolate-covered strawberries??
Happy Valentine's Day!