What better way to start Valentine’s’ Day morning right than with a love-filled breakfast of sweet pink and red treats? Regale your little cupids with delectable heart-shaped donuts, jam hand pies, and even heart bacon! Or make red velvet pancakes, heart fruit salad, or pink waffles to add some fun to this once a year love-fest holiday.
What are your favorite Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas?
Heart Shaped Donuts (via Sally’s Baking Addiction)
Everyone loves a good donut and pink-glazed heart shaped ones are even better! These are baked so they’re healthier than traditional ones giving you an extra reason to indulge on Valentine’s Day.
Pink Smoothie Bowl (via Two Raspberries)
Keep it healthy on Valentine’s Day with a yummy fruit and almond milk smoothie to start the day off right.
Pink Valentine Waffles (via hello, Wonderful)
Waffles are always a hit with kids. Make them pink with some red sprinkles to instantly add some Valentine’s Day love to them.
Heart Egg Toast (via Chef De Home)
Give eggs and toast a Valentine makeover with a cute heart cut out and fill the other half with jam to make it even sweeter.
Red Velvet Pancakes (via Something Swanky)
All we can say about these decadent Red Velvet pancakes is that it’s like eating cake for breakfast, but even better!
Heart-Shaped Raspberry Rolls (via Handle The Heat)
Breakfast rolls never looked so good as in these delicious heart-shaped treats rolled up with raspberry filling.
Jam Heart Hand Pies (via hello, Wonderful)
Two ingredients are all you need to make these adorable heart jam hand pies that are also fun for kids to make!
Heart Shaped Bacon (via The Paper Mama)
Yum. Bacon never looked or smelled so sweet!
Heart Fruit Salad (via A Designer Life)
A healthy and refreshing Valentine breakfast option that’s gorgeously presented in heart form.
Cupid’s Arrow Cereal Skewers (via Mendez Manor)
How fun would these be for the kids to make on Valentine’s Day breakfast? Such a cute and healthy breakfast idea.
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