5 Foods That Will Love You Unconditionally on Valentine's Day

A great love might give you comfort but, if we're being really honest, a lifetime of great meals is a close second in our books.
Mozzarella Pillows


A great love might give you comfort but, if we're being really honest, a lifetime of great meals is a close second in our books. Whether you're on the outs with your would-be Valentine or, perhaps, cheesy casseroles speak your language more than a box of store-bought chocolates ever could, these are the recipes that whisper the language of love to us.

A steadfast partner might always be there to catch your fall, but we'd argue that these plush, prosciutto-filled  Mozzarella Pillows will be there to give you a soft landing too.

Meatloaf Lasagna

Being head-over-heels might have you all warm and fuzzy, but that's not the only thing that can do the job. This  Meatloaf Lasagna is covered by a cozy blanket of lasagna noodles, and it'll warm you to your core.

No-Churn Strawberry Ice Cream

Food Network Kitchen’s Nochurn Strawberry Ice Cream as seen on Food Network.

Photo by: Matt Armendariz ©2015

Matt Armendariz, 2015

A significant other might be there for you after a long day, but so will all the sweets in your freezer. Have a batch of our No-Churn Strawberry Ice Cream — which couldn't be easier for to make, mind you — at the ready at all times for a sweet gesture every night of the week.

Fried Apple Hand Pies

Fried Apple Hand Pies

Fried Apple Hand Pies

Photo by: Matt Armedariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Matt Armedariz, 2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Your partner in crime is always there to hold your hand, at your side through everything and anything. If we're being true to ourselves though, holding these  Fried Apple Hand Pies is the sweetest feeling of a lifetime.

Flourless Chocolate Torte


Photo by: Con Poulos

Con Poulos

True love makes you feel better than you ever have before, triggering a rush of feel-good chemicals straight to your brain. Similarly, this deeply rich, dark-as-can-be  Flourless Chocolate Torte will have those endorphins rushing after just one bite.

Get more ways to feel the love on Valentine's Day right here.

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