Each year, the pressure is on to find the perfect gift for your loved one on Valentine’s Day. As corny as it sounds, it really is the thought that counts. Expensive jewelry and a fancy dinner isn’t always the way to go. We’ve compiled some ways you can integrate sorghum into your creative Valentine’s Day surprises.

1. Heart-Shaped Tasty Treats

Some of your favorite baked goods can be creatively shaped into classic Valentine’s silhouettes. Use this Kiwi Co tutorial to turn our gluten-free Wondergrain Banana Bread recipe into Heart-Shaped Banana Muffins!

2. Breakfast in Bed

How about treating your sweetie to a relaxing morning of sleeping in and waking up to a hot, delicious breakfast? We’ve got a great suggestion for the main dish – our Savory Sorghum Egg Bowl. It’s quick, tasty and perfect served along with breakfast classics like orange juice and crisp toast, for a filling, balanced breakfast.

3. Family Game Night

Sometimes one of best gifts is spending fun time together as a family. Whether your family consists of two or 10 people, you can break out some board games, or use these Tic-Tac-Toe Cookie Cutters to make your own fun game out of our Spiced Sorghum Cookies with Cranberry Glaze. They’re the perfect color, too!

4. Unique Desserts

Grab one of these Pizzelle irons and make your loved one a new, exotic Italian dessert. This Nutella Pizzelle Ice Cream Sandwich looks delicious, and you can use our Sorghum Pizzelle recipe to make it gluten-free!

5. Romantic Movie In

No babysitter? No problem! Netflix and Redbox make it easier than ever to choose a rom-com or tearjerker and cuddle up on the couch. Popped sorghum is a great snack, and we even have a video tutorial to help you make it! These gluten-free topping shakers would also be a fun way to make a little popped sorghum trio.

6. Chocolate and Roses

If you’re unsure, chocolates and a dozen roses are always the perfect go-to gift for even the pickiest of gift recipients. These Chocolate Almond-Sorghum Poppers are a delightful, sweet treat you can easily make yourself, or try making them together for a fun, romantic activity.

We’d love to hear how you celebrate Valentine’s Day! Do you have annual traditions for the holiday? Or are you trying a fun, new idea this year? Tell us your ideas at @SimplySorghum on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.