Love Bites: The Anti-Valentine's Day Menu

We get it, that warm-and-fuzzy, sappy stuff just isn't for you this year. Maybe you went through a break up, maybe you finally tossed out the bum that didn't appreciate you, or maybe you just think Valentine's Day is silly. Whatever happened (or didn't happen), look at it this way: now you have an amazing opportunity to banish Valentine's Day convention and enjoy food you actually love. (And maybe share it — but only if you want to.)

Cooking for one doesn't have to mean leftovers or spoiled food. Try these easy dinners when you're flying solo.

By Linnea Zielinski

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Jeremy Liebman
Sparkling Fruit with Granola Streusel

Nothing kicks off a day of saying "I'm worth it" than a sparkling wine-soaked breakfast. Why shouldn't you make Valntine's Day all about spoiling yourself? You'll get some extra sleep and a breakfast fit for a queen with this recipe that you prep the night before. Just wake, bake, and get ready for a whole day of treat yoself mentality.

Recipe: Sparkling Fruit with Granola Streusel

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