Valentine’s Day can mean a whole lot of pressure. After all, it is a whole day dedicated to love and romance, hearts and candy and romantic dinners (involving gluten free recipes)!
If you decide to stay in this Valentine’s Day and treat your loved one to a home cooked meal, it doesn’t have to be a difficult task. It starts with creating a bit of ambiance, buy some pretty flowers, turn the music on low, light some candles and get out your prettiest wine glasses. Chill a bottle of champagne, make a few easy appetizers such as asparagus spears wrapped in prosciutto, and mozzarella balls speared on toothpicks with cherry tomatoes and drizzled with pesto. In fact, for a fun and really sexy dinner, serve a whole variety of appetizers – you can even buy things from the deli counter, arrange them nicely and take a whole bunch of credit.
End off with a pretty, romantic dessert and you have yourself a beautiful night that just oozes love! The trick is to make it pretty without working yourself to death so you can enjoy the evening!
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