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Deborah from Taste and Tell Recipes:

It is not my “love language” to spend Valentine's Day at a crowded restaurant, feeling rushed through our meal. So, several years ago, we made it a tradition to make a candlelight dinner at home with the kids.

That was the best decision ever.  The kids think that it's super fun and something special, and let's face it - it's way cheaper than going out. 
So, I'm sharing a menu with you all so that if you want to spend your night in, you'll have all of the recipes at your fingertips!

Valentine's Day Meal from Deborah at Taste & Tell Recipes


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Mango and Kiwi Popsicle by Yummly Recipes

Author: Amanda Powell from
Serves: 10 popsicles

2 mangoes
1 ¼ cups lemonade
3 – 4 kiwis, peeled and sliced

Blend the mangoes in a blender or food processor until pureed. Add the lemonade and blend well. I used homemade lemonade (I always have some around during the warmer months). You can use store-bought, but it won’t have that fresh citrus zing to it that I personally love!

Fill your popsicle molds ⅔ of the way full. It will seem as though we are being skimpy with the liquid, but the kiwi takes up a lot of room.

Place the sliced kiwi into the molds. I fit two slices per mold. The liquid is thick enough that the kiwi slices will not sink to the bottom. Freeze for about 1 ½ hour before inserting popsicle sticks (this is so we don’t end up just pushing the kiwi down when we insert the sticks. Freeze until solid, about another 3 – 4 hours.

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