The Garden Charmers want to share a little love with you today. Valentine’s day love that is.
This great group of ladies have a tribe on Facebook where we help to share and promote each others websites. The ladies are very talented in all aspects of DIY, gardening, and cooking ideas.
I recently asked them to share their ideas for their top Valentine’s day recipes and they did not disappoint. Why not try one of their suggestions to add some delicious romance to your Valentine’s Day?
The ideas for this round up came from these bloggers:
- Lynne – Sensible Gardening and Living
- Stephanie – Garden Therapy
- Barb – Our Fairfield Home and Garden
- Judy – Magic Touch and Her Gardens
- Heather – New House, New Home, New Life
- Tanya – Lovely Greens
- From my Holiday site- Always the Holidays
- and me! – The Gardening Cook
Here we go: One of these is sure to be perfect for your Valentine’s day celebration!
Looking for something extra special for Valentine’s day? This lovely chocolate raspberry torte by Heather at New House, New Home, New Life is the perfect way to show your favorite other that you care.
Lynne from Sensible Gardening and Living treats her loved ones to a healthy spinach salad with fresh raspberries for Valentine’s day. I can see why! It looks so tasty.
This Raspberry mini chocolate bundt cake is the perfect way to end a romantic Valentine’s day dinner. I bet you can’t stop with just one bite!
Looking for the perfect no calorie candy? Try one of these wonderful quilts in heart shaped boxes from Judy of Magic Touch and Her Gardens. What a lovely way to celebrate Valentine’s day without food! Such a fabulous presentation, Judy… Perfect to snuggle up under with your significant other!
This chocolate cherry cheesecake is a lightened up version of the full fat delight, but it loses none of the flavors. It is a person favorite of mine, because, yes, I still count calories on Valentine’s day!
Stephanie from Garden Therapy treats her loved ones to some blood orange and raspberry jam. It’s the perfect way to start a Valentine’s day breakfast.
Looking for something to treat your children’s classmates to on their valentine’s day party? Why not send in a batch of these Candy cane kiss cookies from Always the Holidays. The kids will love them.
How cute is the heart shaped whip cream on the top of this Valentine’s day apple pie. Tanya from Lovely Greens uses cherry juice to give the apples the lovely red color.
Do you have special treats that you love to share with your loved ones on Valentine’s day? Tell us about them in the comments section below. I’d love to see your traditions!