Whether you’re celebrating with your boo, your BFF, or a big group of Galentines, you’ve probably already given some thought to what you’re going to eat on Valentine’s Day. You can show your love with burger cookies or a V-Day fruit salad, or you can whip up a fancy-schmancy (and super romantic) dinner. Here are our favorite ideas for a date night meal to remember.

1. One-Pan Cheesy Jalapeño Lime Chicken: Prepare to swoon over this simple one-pan recipe for cheesy and spicy chicken. (via Brit + Co)

2. Crispy Honey Glazed Chicken Thighs: This recipe will be appreciated by couples who are trying to eat healthier in the new year. (via Brit + Co)

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3. Shrimp and Gnocchi With Garlic Parmesan Cream Sauce: If you’re both eating garlic, then you won’t have to worry about dreaded “garlic breath” after. (via Damn Delicious)

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4. Soul-Warming French Onion Pot Roast: Nothing says love like pot roast. This particular iteration boasts the flavors of onion, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, fresh apples, thyme, celery, and bay leaf. (via Little Spice Jar)

5. One-Pan Cheesy Spaghetti Pie: Permission granted to have your own Lady and the Tramp moment while feasting on this dish. For a healthier version, feel free to sub turkey or chicken for ground beef and whole wheat spaghetti for the refined version. (via Half Baked Harvest)

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6. Cuban Mojo Marinated Pork: With classic Cuban flavors, this mouthwatering pork recipe is juicy and moist. Pro tips: Spring for a high-quality meat source from your local butcher or farmers’ market, and marinate the pork overnight. (via The Food Charlatan)

7. Strawberry Ravioli With Balsamic and Basil: These naturally pink ravioli are packed with decadent flavors and topped with a balsamic reduction for a sweet and savory combo. (via A Beautiful Mess)

8. Slow-Cooker Cassoulet: Don’t fear the cassoulet. It’s not as tricky to make it as you might imagine. Toss it all into the slow cooker for restful meal prep. (via Leite’s Culinaria)

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9. Spinach and Three Cheese Manicotti: Pasta dishes have a certain sensuousness to them, and this indulgent, cheesy manicotti dish screams a cozy and lovey-dovey night in. Feel free to use store-bought marinara sauce or make your own. (via The Cooking Jar)

10. Skillet Chicken Pot Pie: Have a busy Valentine’s Day schedule? Get a head start with this slow-cooker recipe. About a half an hour before mealtime, pop some veggies in the oven to serve alongside the dish. (via Plays Well With Butter)

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11. Creamy Masala Mussels: Mussels are delicate, fleshy, and delicious and lend a hand to any full-bodied sauce. The beer base will require all the bread to sop up every last drop of goodness. (via Drizzle and Dip)

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12. Fettuccine Alfredo: Forget lightened-up, pre-made sauces; fettuccine Alfredo is meant to be rich and delightfully naughty. It features Parmesan and heavy cream, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. (via Two Peas & Their Pod)

13. Coffee Rubbed Steak With Chili Lime Butter: Nothing says high class quite like a well cooked steak. Take it from the pros and cook it medium-rare for the most intense flavor. (via Brit + Co)

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14. Creamy Coconut Lentil Curry: This curry recipe is *bursting* with healthy proteins and fats. Bonus: Your leftovers will be easy to reheat and use up throughout the week. (via The Endless Meal)

15. Paleo Pot Roast: This healthful, Whole30-approved pot roast doesn’t skimp on yum factor though it’s made with completely clean ingredients. (via Noshtastic)

16. Creamy Vegan Tomato Sauce: This plant-based tomato sauce blends cashews, roasted tomatoes, and onions. It is so good, the non-vegans won’t mind eating it too. (via Fit Foodie Finds)

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