Choose Your Own Adventure: Valentine’s Date Night

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Skip the hum-drum Valentine’s dinner and create a dream adventure date from the comfort of your own home. (Who can actually remember to make those reservations anyway?!)

You’ll just need a few key ingredients and our trusty Valentine’s Day itineraries below.

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Destination: Mexico

Trying to spice things up? Why not head to the land where romance and language is one and the same? Here’s the ticket to our Latin take on date night:

Dinner: Get your hands on some fresh ingredients and whip up some Baja Fish Tacos or Vegetarian Nopales.

Dessert: Satisfy your sweet tooth with our raw, sprouted Cayenne Cacao Truffles. Finish them off with Fair Trade Colombian Coffee or an Almond Milk Mexican Hot Chocolate for an added splash of decadence.

Movie: Continue your adventure south of the border by cozying up with Frida, Y Tu Mamá También or Like Water for Chocolate.

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Destination: Italia!

There’s a reason people love the classics: Italian food, red wine, and pasta (à la Lady and the Tramp) never fails. Our tasty twist on a traditional dessert pairs perfectly with these romantic go-tos.

Dinner: Feast on your favorite indulgences the Two Moms way: This Raw Ravioli with Sun Dried Tomato Sauce should do the trick.

Dessert: You know how they say the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach? Make the heart and tastebuds swoon with this combo: Cacao Almond Truffles with strawberries and a glass of red.

Movie: For a true cinematic experience, take La Dolce Vita for a spin. Feeling dramatic? Tune in to Life is Beautiful (just don’t forget the tissues…).

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Destination: Japan

Head over to the Land of the Rising Sun for an exotic experience. You’ll want to repeat this Japanese-inspired spread every cold winter night.

Dinner: Warm your soul—and belly—with this Vegan Ramen. Get ready to dig in and then snuggle up!

Dessert: Our Green Tea and Vanilla Truffles blend well with a cup of genmaicha or sake. Both options will warm you right up!

Movie: Go for a blockbuster like Memoirs of a Geisha or get your thrill on with Seven Samurai.

Brownie points: Try writing “I love you” in Japanese lettering for a unique Valentine! Here’s how.

Cheers to creating an unforgettable Valentine’s Day with your loved ones!

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