Start February 14th off right with your loved ones with these Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas. Sweet, fun or heart-shaped, there are many whimsical options.
Valentine’s Day — that’s February 14, every year — is just a day. But why not take the opportunity for a little whimsical fun in the kitchen while also treating your loved ones?
My kids — Will is 14 now and Paige is 12 — love a special breakfast. While cereal and toast is fine most days, a nice Valentine’s Day-themed breakfast is a fun surprise when they wake up and get ready to start their day.
Hearts? Sprinkles? Pink and red? Yep, they all can transform ordinary food into something special.
Luckily, making a Valentine’s Day-themed breakfast doesn’t have to be hard. It can be as simple as adding sprinkles to your kid’s favorite oatmeal or cutting strawberries into hearts. You can use cookie cutters to shape hearts and add some delicious fruits to create a more well-balanced breakfast.
But if you are looking for something really fun, these recipes will help. They take whimsical fun of Valentine’s Day to the next level with easy, but fun delicious Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas that both kids and adults will love.
There’s nothing better for breakfast than having fresh fruits to go alone with your breakfast. While the recipe calls for packaged pie dough as the crust, you can use any pastry, crescent roll or even pancakes to make a delicious and healthy breakfast.
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Tuesday 7th of April 2020
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Sarah Walker Caron is a cookbook author, writer, editor and recipe developer who loves fresh tomatoes from the garden, juicy burgers and tacos every day of the week. She is an expert on quick and easy cooking from scratch who loves to help others discover their own cooking prowess. She lives in Maine with her two kids.