What better way to start off Valentine's Day than with a special breakfast for your family? We have plenty of Valentine breakfast ideas everyone will love. This is a great way to celebrate Valentine's Day on a budget.
Before everyone heads out to work or school, take the time to sit down together and enjoy these Valentine's Day breakfast ideas.
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As moms, we all lead busy lives, so it can be hard planning something that feels unique and meaningful. But fear not – these creative and delicious Valentine's Day breakfast ideas will have your loved ones feeling like royalty in no time. And I promise–they're really quick!
Healthy Valentine breakfast ideas
There's no need to add sugar or sprinkles to a Valentine breakfast. There's going to be plenty of sugar and candy the rest of the day!
Keep the morning meal healthy with traditional breakfast ingredients like fresh fruit, whole grains, nuts, and dairy products. Throw in some Valentine accents of red or pink with strawberries or raspberries.
Top oatmeal off with strawberries cut into heart shapes. Kids will love their breakfast if you make it fun by adding some Valentine flair! If you want to be super fancy, make strawberry roses instead.
No matter what Valentine breakfast recipe you choose, it’s sure to be a bright start to this magical day of love.
Taking the time to make a special morning meal is a great way to celebrate Valentine's Day without spending a lot of money on gifts or flowers.
Even if you opt for store-bought products instead of home-cooked ones, it's still a thoughtful and heartwarming surprise that will guarantee that Valentine's Day starts off on an especially wonderful note.
Make this year extra special by starting with a special breakfast!
Easy Valentines breakfast ideas
There are SO many simple recipes out there to make fun breakfasts for kids of any age. Give some of these favorites a try:
- heart-shaped waffles using our delicious raspberry waffle recipe
- non-dairy smoothie with pink, red or purple fruit
- egg muffin cups made in a heart-shaped silicone pan
- whole wheat pancakes made into heart shapes
- easy hard boiled eggs molded into hearts
- an entire Valentine breakfast charcuterie board
- cinnamon roll hearts
- Valentine donuts made with canned biscuit dough
What you need for a Valentine themed breakfast
Cutting foods in heart shapes is the easiest way to make a special Valentine-themed breakfast or to show love any time of the year. It doesn't take much time, and it's such a cute touch!
Having a set of heart shaped bowls or dishes is another easy way to celebrate the holiday. Here are a few more tools that will help you get in the Valentine spirit.
More for Valentines Day
Looking for more ways to celebrate? Give something sweet with this list of 25 Valentine’s Day gifts under $10. Need party food ideas? We have 50 Valentine cookie recipes for kids, or keep it super simple with Valentine sweets with 5 ingredients or less.