Heart-Warming Recipes for a Valentine’s Day Dinner

By DaVita® dietitians Sarah and Kristy from Kansas 

Valentine’s Day is one of the most crowded evenings at popular restaurants. Sometimes though, it’s nice to trade the crowds for a cozy, romantic evening at home with your sweetheart. If this sounds appealing, we have just the recipes you need for an easy, homemade meal this Valentine’s Day. DaVita dietitians Kristy and Sarah from Kansas created kidney-friendly, heart-warming, make-ahead main courses that go great with hot cornbread or garlic bread. End the evening with a sweet dessert that will have you and your significant other happy you stayed in.

Choose the main event

Break bread

Top off the night with a sweet treat

 

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