7 Homemade Valentine’s Day Food Gift Ideas

Give your partner a homemade Valentine’s Day gift this year. Food is a present that everyone loves and it is the gift that keeps on giving.

Homemade Valentine's Day Gifts

Take a look at this list and get crafty.

Everyone struggles with finding the perfect gift on Valentine’s Day. Instead of fretting about what you’re going to get your partner, try making a homemade Valentine’s Day food gift and you won’t disappoint.

Food gifts can be special, they can be practical, and they can be fun.

Take a look at this list and get crafty. All these gifts are easy to make and still look as impressive as any gift you could find in the store.

Homemade Hot Chocolate Spoons

Homemade Valentine's Day Chocolate Spoons

There’s no better gift to give your partner than the gift of comfort. After a long hard day sometimes the thing you need is a smooth and velvety hot chocolate.

Hot chocolate made with real chocolate is always better than instant, but it can be a hassle to make. With chocolate spoons, all you need is hot milk and you can stir in the delicious chocolate yourself.

Making this little treat yourself is a great homemade gift because you can customise it with your partner’s favourite chocolates for a personal touch.

Try this sweet little homemade Valentine’s Day gift here

Homemade Flavoured Vodkas

Homemade Valentine's Day Vodka

If you like to have a drink at the end of the day with your significant other than this one is perfect.

Having wine all the time can get a little boring, so this homemade Valentine’s day gift is a great way to mix things up. You can experiment with flavours or stick to the classics for some really interesting drink ideas.

This gift could also be great to serve with a home cooked meal. Instead of getting store-bought alcohol to serve with your romantic meal, try making it yourself.

Give this delicious tipple a try here.

Homemade Strawberry Jam

Homemade Valentine's Day Jam

Planning on bringing breakfast in bed to your partner this Valentine’s Day? Take it up a notch my making even the jam yourself.

This gift is a great one for foodies. If your partner is particular about where their food comes from, then this is a brilliant way to ensure you’re giving them something they’ll love.

Take breakfast in bed up a notch by including a heartfelt and delicious gift alongside it.

It’s great for the whole family as well, so even the kids will appreciate the romantic gesture.

Try this recipe here for a romantic Valentine’s Day morning.  

Homemade Cupcake in a Jar

Homemade Valentine's Day Cupcake Jar

This homemade Valentine’s Day present is excellent if you want to give the gift of food but you don’t actually want to cook it yourself.

Cakes in jars are everywhere. With pre-measured ingredients presented in the cutest possible way, this one’s perfect to eat and to take pictures of.

Give your favourite cake in jar form to your partner and get ready for a delicious dessert in return.

Have a go at making this recipe and get experimenting with your favourite bakes.

Homemade Garam Masala

Homemade Valentine's Day Garam Masala

If your significant other is more of a savoury person, giving them a homemade batch of garam masala could be a better idea than the other sweet treats on this list.

This is another one which is perfect for foodies. Give them their own big batch of fragrant garam masala and expect a tasty curry in return.

Not only is this a great homemade Valentine’s Day gift, it’s one that will last. You only really use spices in small amounts, so this is the gift that keeps on giving.

Try your hand at making a spice blend with this recipe here

Homemade Chocolate Fondue Kit

Homemade Valentine's Day Chocolate Fondue

If you’re planning to make a big romantic meal for your partner this Valentine’s Day, you might be stuck on what to do for dessert.

Not only is chocolate fondue delicious, it’s fun and customisable as well. Use your favourite chocolate and your favourite dipping foods for an experience which is tailored to you and your partner.


  • 100g Milk Chocolate.
  • 100g Dark Chocolate.
  • 150ml Heavy Cream.
  • Foods to dip in the fondue. Examples include whole strawberries, chopped bananas, small biscuits, cubes of sponge cake and orange segments.


  1. Heat the cream over a low heat until simmering.
  2. Add the chocolate and continue to heat until melted.
  3. Serve with accompaniments.

It can be hard to find a good present to give on Valentine’s Day. Instead of worrying too much, give the gift of food.

Everyone has their favourite foods and giving a homemade Valentine’s Day gift is a great way to add a personal touch. Take a look at this list and get into the mood for some DIY and give a gift that’s sure to impress.

Aimee is an International Politics graduate and a foodie who loves being daring and trying new things. Passionate about reading and writing with aspirations to be a novelist, she keeps herself inspired by the saying: “I am, therefore I write.”

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