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21 Day Fix Romantic Valentine’s Day Dishes

21 Day Fix Romantic Valentine’s Day Dishes

Sometimes planning a nice dinner out on Valentine’s Day can be a chore! You might not be able to make a reservation because they are booked, or you have little children at home and can’t find a babysitter! Or maybe you are not big on crowds, and if that is the case, that is okay! I have gathered a nice variety of 21 Day Fix Romantic Valentine’s Day dishes you can make at home! Light some candles, get out your nice dishware, and have a great evening!

I have shared some appetizers, main dishes, desserts and even drinks you might want to create for your special evening at home! After dinner maybe put on a good movie and relax on the couch! Valentine’s Day is about spending time with your loved ones to let them know how much you care! What better way than to cook a delicious meal!

21 Day Fix Romantic Valentine's Day Dishes

Valentine’s Day Dishes that are 21 Day Fix Approved


Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes – Confessions of a Fit Foodie: For some reason having seafood on Valentine’s Day just makes it seem like the world is a perfect place! Try these delectable crab cakes!

Italian Roasted Cauliflower Marinara- Everyday Maven: Doesn’t this sound absolutely divine!? I am a huge fan of marinara sauce, and paired with the cauliflower it is sure to please.

Baked Coconut Shrimp – The Garlic Diaries: Try this alternative to the traditional fried coconut shrimp! With this healthier version, you can still enjoy, without the added calories!

Pesto Greek Dip – Bewitchin’ Kitchen: You can’t go wrong with a good pesto dip! This is a super easy appetizer to make, is layered, looks fancy, and tastes amazing.

Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup – The Foodie and The Fix: Starting with a soup can be very traditional, and this cream coconut curry is a perfect starter dish for the night!

Main Dish

Halibut Fra Diavolo– The Foodie and The Fix: This is halibut with a nice tomato sauce served over whole wheat linguine! Such a fancy and delicious dish!

Spaghetti Squash Shrimp Scampi – Confessions of a Fit Foodie: Another great seafood dish, you use spaghetti squash in place of pasta, to make it a perfect dish!

Dijon-Crusted Salmon with Simple Arugula Salad – The Garlic Diaries: I love a good crusted salmon, and paired with the arugula salad, it is beautiful! Arugula can have a little bite to it, so when you eat it with the salmon it really compliments each other.

Thyme-Roasted Pork Tenderloin w/ Garam Masala Sauce The Foodie and the Fix: This tenderloin looks so juicy and moist, and the topping sauce really adds so much flavor to the dish. It will fill your house with an amazing aroma!

Healthier Chicken Cordon Bleu- Lead Happiness: If you are a fan of cordon bleu, try this healthier version! Even though it is healthier you won’t give up any of the amazing taste you din in a traditional bleu recipe!

Italian Stuffed Mushrooms– Confessions of a Fit Foodie: If you love mushrooms take them to the next level by stuffing them! This recipe is packed full of great flavors!

Blackened Tilapia with Cucumber Avocado Salad: If you want to wow your spouse, create this dish! It is delicious and looks beautiful dished up!


Wine Slushies- Peace Love Julie: Combine red wine and strawberries for this delicious cocktail! You can also create other fruits paired with wines or even champagne!

NorCal Skinny Margarita – My Crazy Good Life: This is a drink that has low sugar content, so it isn’t overly sweet and it’s low in calories!

Orange LaCroix Mojito – Confessions of a Fit Foodie: This is a very light mojito that is light and refreshing! Great to have paired with dinner.

Coconut Margarita- My Crazy Good Life: If you love coconut you will love this variation of a margarita!


Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream – Carrie Elle: If your guilty pleasure is ice cream, try this one. It is pretty simple to make and packed full of chocolate and peanut butter flavor, to please those taste buds!

Raspberry Filled Chocolates– The Foodie and The Fix: Yum, nice chocolates that melt in your mouth, filled with a delicious raspberry filling!

Red Velvet Cupcakes– Beachbody on Demand: When I think of red velvet it just screams Valentine’s Day to me! Create these delicious cupcakes to serve at the end of your meal, for a little sweet treat!

Sweet Ricotta Cream Stuffed Strawberries – Confessions of a Fit Foodie: I am a sucker for stuffed strawberries! This recipe sounds delicious, I have never had a sweet ricotta filling before!

Peanut Butter Cheesecake & Jelly Sauce – The Foodie and The Fix: Heaven on a dish is what I would label this!


With this variety of 21 Day Fix Romantic Valentine’s Day recipes, you’re sure to be able to create a meal that you and your loved one… love!