Dairy Makes Sense Blog
I love to love. My heart feels full when I keep my favorite people, food and heart-fulfilling activities near and dear. Does that sound cheesy? Maybe. Still, I think it’s accurate for those who know me IRL. I’d rather be called cheesy than to not have any cheesiness in my life. We can agree to disagree on cheesiness, but what may be more surprising is I believe sharing and showing love is not exclusive to February 14. It’s just a bit more exciting with all the hearts and arrows, reds, pinks, cards and sweets for a little extra lovey dovey. Hang on, I’m getting to…
MOO-velous Valentines to Share, Send and Print
Because Valentine’s Day is a little extra lovey dovey, it’s a great time to also be a little cheesy. Midwest Dairy created an Undeniably Dairy collection of valentines to help you succeed at both! Save and send a valentine(s) to your heart’s content. And when you share and tag your cheesy friend or sweetie, use #UndeniablyDairy – Midwest Dairy and I want to see the dairy love!
But Wait’s There’s MOO-re
If your sweetie doesn’t use Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, not to worry! Print a valentine and tag it to the cheese stick or yogurt waiting to be packed for tomorrow’s snack break. Or leave it in the car, taped to the bathroom mirror or at the coffee pot… you get the idea.
Have you already scoured Pinterest for creative valentine ideas? Well, I propose these valentines would make your table display udderly adorable. They’re cheesy and fun for any party you host in February. Midwest Dairy registered dietitian Alyson Fendrick shares more ideas on Pinterest.
Tasty Dairy Dishes
This blog is called Dairy Makes Sense, so it just makes sense dairy foods are one last cheesy idea for Valentine’s Day. Go the traditional cheesy route, like a hot and sweet grilled cheese or go fancy with brie topped with apricot chutney. Personally, I’ll defer to the chocolate berry smoothie. It looks like love (and only 3 ingredients) … which I think is perfectly cheesy.
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