Silver plate with fork and knife, cartoon heart-shaped pizza, heart-shaped cake, and hear-shaped pink and red donuts.
Image Credits: Trinity Heard

Reserving a table at a fancy restaurant is always a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but with these foods and snacks, you can celebrate the whole month from the comfort of your home. 

1. Heart-shaped pizza

An iconic Valentine’s Day food is heart-shaped pizza. Check down below for a great stay-at-home Valentine’s Day dinner option.

Pizza Hut’s heart-shaped pizza 

Papa John’s heart-shaped pizza

2. Breakfast ideas

Add a subtle touch of festivity to the start of your February mornings with fun-shaped cereal.

Valentine’s Day fruit loops 

Heart-shaped Cheerios 

3. Chick-fil-a’s heart-shaped tray

Skip the chocolates this year and grab a tray of Chick-fil-A Nuggets, Chick-n-Minis, Chocolate Chunk Cookies, or Chocolate Fudge Brownies instead. 

Chick-fil-a Tray 

4. Cookies & Donuts

Still craving sweets for Valentine’s Day? Take a look at these cookie and donut options to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Heart shaped cookie cake 

Crumbl Cookie Valentine’s Day lineup: Feb. 8-13 

Krispy Kreme heart-shaped donuts 

5. Cakes for two (or more)

If you’re planning on hosting a “Pal’entines” or “Gal’entine’s” celebration, you can buy a cake for two or more here. 

Dairy Queen Valentine’s Day cakes 

Portillo’s heart-shaped cake 

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My name is Trinity Heard, I am a Senior at Oswego High School, and this is my second year writing for 42Fifty. I am very excited to continue working with the team and help other learn more about journalism. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, baking, and editing. I also am a part of the Student Council as President and work as a crew member at Culvers. I look forward to being involved in 42Fifty as a managing editor for this year.


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