Can anyone suggest some easy romantic recipes to prepare for my wife on Valentine's day?
I would like to prepare her a nice Valentine's day breakfast in bed. Any ideas would be appreciated.
Here is a great one I just found:
Texas Road House Honey Butter (I've tried it and it is too good!)
1 cup butter (2 sticks)
1 cup Powdered Sugar
1 cup honey
2 tsp. cinnamon
Make sure the butter is very soft but not melted. Add sugar first, then honey and cinnamon last. I don't care for cinnamon so I substituted 1/2 tsp of vanilla and the stuff is awesome on biscuits, toast--just about anything. You could make pancakes and use the honey butter. Whip it all together really well and refrigerate.
Also I want to try cutting back the P. sugar just slightly and adding pureed strawberries...should work with any fruit I would think.
Hey you should try this warm fruit blend. I have used peaches, plums, nectarines, other firm fruits and added a little pecans. Suggestion - use only fruit that can withstand this type of heat and mixing. No water fruits or soft fruits. You are not trying to make a smoothie. There is no specific recipe, slice the fruit and have chopped nuts ready. Heat the pan with unsalted butter comes in stick form. Let it melt and them drop your sliced fruit in the frying pan temp should be on low so it can simmer and not burn. It will make its own juice which is so nice. Add about a teaspoon of lemon juice to the fruit and then drizzle honey over the fruit. Gently stir fruit. You do not want to have fruit sauce. If alcohol is requested, add a shot of a liqueur such as Grand Marnier (my fave) or Cointreau instead of lemon juice. Then spoon out and put in a gorgeous deep dish put a little whipped cream and sprinkle the nuts over the top. It is served warm and is a delight. You can always have a little slice of cake too and pour the fruit over the slice and dress the same way with whipped cream and nuts. It will absorb the juices as well and feed your wife a few spoon fulls of the great warm fruit blend. I never named it but I have made it many times and it is excellent. If you don't want alcohol, add a few dashes of allspice or nutmeg, that can give a good flavor as well. Make sure everything is stirred properly.
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