“What to do in St Valentine’s Day? Love and love and love! What to do in other days? Love and love and love! Because love is the atmosphere you can breathe in and do all your other jobs! Wherever there is love there is oxygen to breathe, there is life!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

I love this quote. Love is for every day, not just Valentine’s Day. That being said, February 14th means school parties. Many of us are busy trying to get our kids to finish Valentine cards for school. Isn’t this fun? You may also want to create a special dinner for your family. I have created a list of some fun and healthy meal ideas for you. I will be using a few of these on Saturday as part of my mom’s birthday celebration.



Roasted Tomato Soup

Heart Roast

Swiss-Bacon Burgers (Mom’s annual birthday dinner)

Valentine’s Day Caprese Salad

Stuffed Flank Steak

Broiled Salmon and Beet Pasta with Creme Sauce


Sweet Things:

Dark Chocolate Strawberry Cups

Strawberry Flowers

Fudge Cherry Bursts

Chocolate Cherry Muffins

DIY Box of Chocolates

Raw Coconut-cocoa Bites by David Wolfe

1 cup of desiccated coconut
1 cup of almonds
1/2 a dozen medjool dates
4 tablespoons of cashew butter
2 tablespoons of raw cacao
1 tablespoon of coconut oil

Put the almonds and coconut in a food processor and blend for a minute or two, until a flour starts to form. Then add the cashew butter, coconut oil and cacao blending for a few seconds before slowly adding in the dates.

Continue to blend until everything has been combined together to form a sticky mixture. This mixture can then be rolled into balls and covered in more coconut and left in the fridge to firm up for an hour.
via :the raw food family








Valentine’s Day Menu
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