Recipe for Valentine’s Day Stay In Date Night
Eat Healthy on Date Night
It’s essential for couples to plan date nights with each other even if they spend every night together watching their favorite show and dining together with their families. Setting aside a particular time to spend together will bring you closer and make you more appreciative of each other.
How do you begin to plan a healthy meal for date night? First head to the local Farmer’s Market and pick up as many fresh fruits and vegetables as you can find for a week’s worth of meals. We like to incorporate as many pieces of fresh organic produce into our diet as we can and you should too! Eating healthy is the first step to taking care of ourselves. Then we head over to the grocery store to pick up the items that the Farmer’s Market doesn’t provide.
We love to buy Lean Cuisine’s Honestly Good 100% natural meals. Give it a try! Here’s how to incorporate these healthy meals into a delicious date night meal for the two of you.
Recipe for an Easy Date Night
- 2 Lean Cuisine Honestly Good Meals
- 2 Glasses of your favorite wine
- Salad using fresh produce from the Farmer’s Market
- 1 Vudu movie rental
- Adult conversation
The Honestly Good meal is really good, and the fresh salad is a yummy compliment. My favorite is the Pomegranate Chicken which consisted of chicken breast, whole grain rice pilaf with currants, green beans, yellow beans, carrots, and a pomegranate glaze.
Do you have plans to stay in for Valentine’s Day this year? Why not make a healthy meal for the two of you? This might be the start of a romantic, and healthy tradition!
Written by Courtney Rix Valesquez Lawless