Spice up your Valentine’s Day evening with this southwestern dinner for two. Can’t think of anything special to make? Don’t have time to do the menu planning? We got you covered. We’re bringing in the bow and arrows along with some delicious recipes. Also, this dinner for two is best served with a cotton candy pink sunset.


Photo and recipe courtesy of Delicious and Easy

Tease your tastebuds with these delectable starters. Southwest turkey meatballs with a creamy cilantro tomatillo dipping sauce is the perfect starter for a spicy night indeed. Want to take it one step further? Add these green chile deviled eggs to the mix and you’ve got yourself one hot evening.


Main Course

Photo and recipe courtesy of The Cozy Apron

Treat you and your Valentine to this hearty, healthy and flavorful southwest chicken stuffed with pepper jack cheese. Top it with fresh pico de gallo and enjoy this juicy main course by itself or with…



Photo and recipe courtesy of The Recipe Critic

Pair your main course with a fresh southwest orzo salad with cilantro lime ranch dressing. You won’t be disappointed. Don’t be afraid to add some of these easy, cheesy and tasty southwest rice and beans to your plate.



Photo and recipe courtesy of What’s Cooking, Love?

By serving up a slice of this Mexican chocolate Sopapilla cheesecake, you won’t only impress your Valentine, but you’ll also impress their friends, family, coworkers, pets and whoever else is in their life. Seriously, this dessert cannot be beat when it comes to a romantic dinner for two. Or you can keep it on the easy and quick side while still serving up a killer dessert by making these super easy Sopapillas. Just serve with a drizzle of honey and a pinch of cinnamon!