Want to show a loved one you care by cooking for them this Valentine’s Day, but not trying to spend all day in the kitchen? Here’s a round up of my favorite fast and easy healthy Valentine’s Day Recipes!
Whether you’re spending Valentine’s Day with a significant other, family member, or friend, cooking for them is always a nice way to show you care.
Easy + Healthy Valentine’s Day Recipe Ideas
These easy vegan scones are impressive and delicious enough to serve for a special Valentine’s Day breakfast!
If you get to sleep in this Valentine’s Day, serve these scones alongside eggs, fruit, and coffee for a beautiful breakfast in bed.
Or grab one on the go – it would pair well with a latte for some added protein!
No time to lounge around in the morning?
This super quick microwave oatmeal gets its vibrant pink color from tart cherry juice, which adds flavor and an antioxidant boost.
It’s perfect if you’ll be on the run, but still want to make a festive breakfast!
Be sure to also check out my Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats with Banana for an easy make-ahead oat option that’s delicious, too!
One last breakfast idea:
I love savory breakfasts like my go-to avocado toast with a fried egg, but sometimes it’s nice to switch it up a bit!
This savory oatmeal is so gorgeous and unexpected that it makes a perfect breakfast for special occasions.
On to dinner ideas!
This dish is very pink so that makes it Valentine’s Day themed, right?
Seriously, though – this easy to throw together meal is great when you want something a bit special but that’s still really fast and easy to prepare. It’s nice and light, too, so you have lots of room for dessert. 😉
I know it’s not exactly grill weather, so feel free to use a grill pan instead – whatever works!
Just don’t skip the strawberries – they make this salad.
Fish definitely tops my list of most impressive dinners, and this foolproof recipe packs in a ton of flavor with the crunchy almond crust!
This is another one of my go-to fish recipes that’s as beautiful as it is easy!
The simple lemon mustard dill sauce definitely makes this dish – it packs in a ton of flavor and makes the dish feel fancy, while remaining healthy and quick. It’s also so delicious I want to eat it with a spoon!
This is Matt’s favorite salmon recipe – he requests it often, which says a lot since he’s still not a huge fish person!
If you want to make an extra special Valentine’s Day meal, this recipe is the one for you!
Stuffing the chicken makes it look like you’ve spent tons of time and effort on dinner, but it’s such an easy meal to throw together.
I love that the filling balances sweet tart cherries and salty feta, too. Feta always makes it betta. 😉
I love using my crockpot to make rich, flavorful meals with minimal effort.
Set the slow cooker in the morning and come home to a romantic meal!
Prefer your Instant Pot?
Try my Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup for another fast and easy prep-ahead dinner idea that great for chilly weather.
Enough dinner ideas – let’s talk dessert!
Because you can’t go wrong with the classic oatmeal chocolate combo!
These aren’t overly sweet and have ground flaxseed added for a health fat nutritional boost, but the dark chocolate adds a nice decadent touch. Feel free to use milk chocolate if you’d rather – either will be delicious!
Need a gluten-free variation but still want to keep it simple and classic?
This cookie recipe is for you: Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies.
These chocolate chip cookies are more nutrient packed than your average cookie, but they still have that crispy-on-the-outside, chewy-on-the-inside texture that makes chocolate chip cookies the perfect dessert.
Want to go more decadent?
Try these chewy chocolate cherry cookies! They are my absolute favorite cookies of all time. So rich and delicious.
I hope you enjoyed this round up of easy and healthy Valentine’s Day recipes!
What will you be making for Valentine’s Day?