With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, Google searches for “Valentine’s Day Dinner” are up 126% as people try to find the best way to spread the love over a feast for their partner. 

But with the cost of living crisis, it is likely that a Valentine’s Day meal will be quite pricey, at both restaurants and at home.

According to The Sun, 68% of people want to spend money on their loved ones on this day and will spend on average £43.97 on them. An expert at Drinks House 247 has shared valuable input on how to enjoy a romantic but inexpensive Valentine’s Day meal at home and save money and energy. 

Valentine's Day Dinner

Charcuterie boards are perfect for Valentine’s Day. Get a cookie cutter in the shape of a heart and cut your meats, cheese, and fruits in the shape of the love symbol. You can enjoy feeding your partner the heart-shaped items as you sip on your favourite glass of wine with some electric candles to set the mood.

Sashimi and tartare are both very easy to create and combine luxury and elegance. Be sure you get sushi-grade fish for your sashimi and a fresh cut of meat that can be consumed raw for your tartare. Garnish your meal with radishes, carrots, and cucumbers for a fresh and delicious meal. 

Strawberries and whipped cream are the perfect options for dessert. Not only are the classic romantic fruit delicious, but have fun feeding your partner the delicious strawberries! Not a fan of strawberries? Bananas, blueberries, and peaches also pair well with whipped cream. 

Valentine's Day Dinner

For the chocolate lover, chocolate mousse is a perfect choice. Most recipes use only a few ingredients and take minimal time to make.”

Get creative and use items that you have around the house to save money while still enjoying a romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner. Don’t forget to consider your partner’s favourite things, such as drinks and candy to add to your meal and you will be on your way to an enjoyable feast.  

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