There is a way to show your kids some love this Valentine’s Day? Yes, of course, prepare them a special breakfast! Here are 15 nasty and cute ideas for Valentine’s Day breakfast! Enjoy!
15. Heart-Shaped Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast Recipe with Strawberry Sauce
So I decided I needed to make Heart-Shaped Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast Recipe with Strawberry Sauce in advance to try out the recipe I plan to make for Valentine’s breakfast. We’re steadily working our way toward Valentine’s so of course, and I wanted to surprise my family with a treat.
I wanted to make sure it tasted good first as we all have had those recipes that look great but don’t turn out so good.
here. 14. Valentine Donuts
If a way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, then make him these Valentine Donuts and he’ll be yours forever!
These natural and healthy red velvet pancakes don’t use dye but pureed beets instead. And no, you don’t have to cook and peel beets (do you think I’d do that to you?!) This recipe uses CANNED BEETS so it’s super quick, easy and healthy.
here. 12. Citrus Whipped Cream: Easy Valentine’s Day Breakfast
Americans celebrate with food-there’s no getting around that fact! It’s the centerpiece of every major holiday, and it’s the center of our homes. One of the easiest ways to make a holiday more special for my kids is with food.
here. 11. Valentine’s Day Fruit Kabobs
Surprise your little Valentines with these Valentine’s Day Fruit Kabobs for breakfast or an after school treat!
here. 10. Heart Shaped Cinnamon Rolls | Sweet Heart Cinnamon Rolls
Surprise your Valentine by baking these delicious Heart Shaped Cinnamon Rolls for Breakfast.
here. 9. Baked Vanilla Donuts
Baked Vanilla Donuts are perfect for any occasion, Valentine’s Day treats or birthday sweets, the possibilities are endless. My Baked Donuts are made with a special ingredient that I have been recently obsessed with.
This Nutella & Dark Chocolate Stuffed French Toast recipe is what dreams are made of – think perfect slices of French toast stuffed with just the right mix of Nutella and dark chocolate, gently bathed in a berry compote sent directly from the heavens.
Franzbrötchen is a sweet cinnamon sugar-filled pastry roll native to Hamburg, Germany. Think of it as the lovechild of a croissant and a cinnamon bun. Traditionally, it’s made using a laminated pastry dough (called Plunderteig in German), but we’re taking a shortcut using store-bought puff pastry…because, well…it’s easier.
Valentine’s Day, combined with my love for pancakes is how these amazingly beautiful beet pancakes were born! Not only are these visually appetizing, but they taste great too.
here. 5. Strawberry Pancakes
We love pancakes in our house, these strawberry pancakes are based on an easy fluffy vanilla pancake recipe made from everyday ingredients but with delicious pops of fresh strawberry in every bite!
here. 4. Super Easy Colorful Unicorn Cake Donuts
I have been dying to share this super fun recipe with you! They are the cutest donuts I’ve ever seen, and I can’t wait for you to try them out!
here. 3. Yummy Chocolate Protein Donuts [Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Recipe]
Enjoy some delicious glazed chocolate donuts without breaking your diet! Our chocolate protein donuts only look sinful, they’re made with healthy ingredients, are high in protein, and are dairy free, gluten free, and soy free!
here. 2. Flourless Berry Banana Pancakes
These gluten-free, berry banana pancakes are a quick and healthy alternative to ordinary pancakes. Filled with three fruits and nuts, they’re sure to please even the pickiest eater. Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter for a festive Valentine’s Day breakfast!
Raspberry oatmeal bars are made with a flaky oat layer, a quick and easy raspberry sauce, and oatmeal streusel topping. They’re perfect for an on the go breakfast, or try serving them for dessert with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!