If you woke up and need some last minute Valentine’s Day plans, don’t fret. There are many options that can keep you out of the dog house. From breakfast to dinner to cute gift ideas, there plenty of ways to say I love you.
For food lovers, there are some simple truths. Certain food pairings just go together. Peanut butter and jelly, cake and ice cream, or variety of other options. When you are grabbing that card at Hallmark, consider grabbing a few of their little plush gifts.
Pair those Hallmark plush gifts with a gift card to a favorite ice cream shop or favorite restaurant. Or serve those favorite food combinations at a home made dinner. Sometimes a simple idea is the sweetest.
Even if you didn’t buy some heart shaped doughnuts for Valentine’s Day, you can create your own breakfast feast. Besides some tasty pancakes or even some waffles, why not make Sheet Pan Breakfast Sandwiches. This simple recipe from Eckrich is easy enough that anyone can make. Plus, any leftovers can be eaten the rest of the week.
Food and Valentine’s Day often go hand in hand. With more and more people ordering in, those love filled treats are even easier. Whether you start the day with a Starbucks order or fill the freezer Baskin-Robbins Love Potion ice cream, the options are many.
Easy dinner options include heart shaped pizzas. Many different pizza restaurants offer this special.
If you do choose to venture out, many restaurants are having specials. Although taking your love one to Hooters to shred your ex might be an interesting choice, there are other options, too. From Red Lobster to Bonefish Grill, there are plenty of restaurants that will bring the romance.
Also, do not forget the dessert. Whether you are opening a box of chocolates at home, making a semi-homemade treat or channel your inner baker, every Valentine’s Day needs to end on a sweet note.
Lastly, if you think that you need to make a grand gesture, the Rose Gold Meal from American Express Rose Gold Card might not be a Tiffany’s Box, but it is a grand gesture.
The Uber Eats exclusive is available in New York and Los Angeles. It features a gold-dusted Knockout Sando from Fuku, a bubbly beverage, a sweet treat and a custom candle to set the mood. Can you really put a price tag on love?
What are your last minute Valentine’s Day plans? Are you skipping the holiday this year?