Looking for an easy way to have a romantic Valentine's Day dinner in? Avoid the reservations, pricey small-plates, and messy kitchens with these 10 tasty one-pan Valentine's Day dinners! They're sure please your S.O. and your tummy.

Tomato, Onion, and Basil One-Pan Primavera

garlic, vegetable, basil, pasta, spaghetti
Abigail Wang

This saucy Italian dish will send your lover back for more. For seconds that is... You and your valentine will not be waiting on a five-star dish for long. This one pan dish is ready within 15 minutes, giving you more time for Netflix and chill. 

One-Pan Roasted Italian Sausage and Vegetable

smoked sausage, bratwurst, barbecue, pepper, beef, pork, vegetable, sausage, meat
Jackie Kuczynski

This healthy, protein-filled sausage and veggie dish is disguised as a grand and fancy feast. If you are looking for something that will fill up your boo but not make you guilty, this is the perfect dish. With tons of flavor and spices, this is sure to please your valentine. 

Homemade Shakshuka

fried egg, bacon, huevos rancheros, egg
Yair Sakols

This dish is a great opportunity to step out of your normal spaghetti and meatballs routine and impress your date with an out of this er country creation. Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern dish revolving around baked eggs and tomato sauce. The spiciness is sure to hit off your night of romance, just make sure your date is up for the kick.

One-Pot Chili Mac n' Cheese

cheese, pasta, meat, sauce, macaroni
Maxwell Faucher

On a cold, snowy, Valentine's Day night, this is the one-pot dish you will want to snuggle up with, next to the fire perhaps? (And I guess your date too). This meal only takes 30 minutes and is totally worth the wait. Don't be intimidated by the combination, all who try it swear by the cheese and chili combo! 

One- Pan Honey, Pistachio-crusted Salmon and Asparagus 

chives, asparagus
Rachael Worthington

This is another fantastic, satisfying meal that won't rock your new year's resolutions or your spring break bod. It requires only a few ingredients, making for a fast trip to the grocery store. Get experimentative (maybe before actual date night) and mix and match your favorite nuts and veggies. This fancy fish and veggie dinner will impress your S.O., and will keep you both feeling healthy and full. 

Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken and Rice

beef, rice, pork, meat, vegetable
George Farah

This is not only one-pan, but one-pot, only requiring you to throw in the ingredients and let the dish do all the work. This sweet and savory Valentine's Day dinner is for those of you who have a tedious and long work day, and result to sub-par take out when you get home. A few short steps in the morning and a delish dish is ready for when you and your honey come home. 

20-Minute Garlic Shrimp 

parsley, scampi, shellfish, seafood, prawn, shrimp
Christal Acosido

Seafood never fails to impress. Prove to your Valentine you're a wiz in the kitchen with just a few ingredients that everyone craves: garlic and butter. Add in veggies and/or linguine to make it a wholesome meal that'll satisfy both you and your date. It's also rumored that salmon is a natural aphrodisiac (wink wink).

Classic Italian Meatballs

Tiffany Zau

If you're the traditional, Lady and the Tramp kind of chef looking for the classic meatball dish, look no further. This recipe is straight out of your Italian grandmother's cookbook. Even though these meatballs are prepared in just one pan, your S.O. is sure to think you slaved away all day on them, meaning extra bonus points for you.

Vegetable Lasagna 

broccoli, cheese
Megan Hennessey

For all those love birds who can't enjoy that famous five-star steak on V-day, this veggie lasagna is just as special. It includes 3 veggies, providing your entire daily serving. How romantic is that!? You can play around with this recipe by adding cheese, different veggies, and a little (meatless) protein.

Thai Peanut Soba Noodles

cream, chocolate, butter, peanut, peanut butter
Libby Perold

Spice up your Valentine's Day dinner and do something outside the box. Instead of spending a fortune at an overrated restaurant or settling for take out, make your own Chinese noodles and home. So much more romantic. Mix and match your favorite Chinese veggies and leave the rest to the pan. No "Kiss the Chef" apron necessary.