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Need a Date Night Idea? Try Making One of Martha Stewart’s Valentine’s Day Recipes

This Valentine’s Day, whether you’re looking forward to a cozy, romantic night in with your amor, or you’re planning to spread the love to friends and family (socially distanced, of course), turn to Martha Stewart.

Hoping to kickstart the holiday with a heart-y meal? Look no further than Stewart’s Valentine’s Day Cinnamon Toast. It takes all of 10 minutes to prep and a total of 20 minutes to make. And, it calls for just four simple ingredients.

Want more of a midday treat? Stewart’s truffle recipe is so damn easy to make, you’ll wish you learned her truffle tricks and hacks sooner.

For a rich, savory Valentine’s Day dinner, might we recommend a classic steak au poivre? It may not be the easiest or quickest meal to make, but we guarantee the time and effort it’ll take to make this juicy, flavorful steak will be more than worth it in the end.

Of course, what’s Valentine’s Day without a decadent dessert? Stewart’s peanut butter and jelly cheesecake squares are to die. (And it’s far from her only V-Day dessert.)

From serving Fondue for Two for you and your boo, to whipping up a batch of Sweetheart Thumbprint Cookies for neighbors and more, Stewart has tons of sweet and savory Valentine’s Day recipes from which to choose. But we did the work for you and narrowed them down to Stewart’s 11 best V-Day recipes.

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