Can mornings get any sweeter?
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and we’ve been thinking about love. More specifically, how we can show our affection with a special breakfast. In bed, of course. What better way to start Cupid’s day than by feeding the one (or ones) that have your heart with a special dish? To help you out, we’ve put together this list of sweet and savory breakfast and brunch delights that are sure to put a smile on your honey’s face.
You know what they say… the way to your sweetie’s heart is through their stomach. Ready to get cooking?
Eggs in Clouds Recipe
If your romance is the stuff dreams are made of, then keep your head in the clouds with this low-carb, keto-friendly, light and airy breakfast delight. For many of us, Eggs in Clouds is a childhood favorite, but this version is a little more upscale with grated pecorino and bacon. Because bacon makes everything better, right? Get the recipe: Racheal Ray
Mermaid Smoothie Bowl Recipe
We dare you to find a breakfast-in-bed idea that’s prettier than this Mermaid Smoothie Bowl. Bright, fresh and healthy – everything you want in the most important meal of the day. Start with frozen bananas, coconut milk and oatmeal and add spirulina or blue algae to get the gorgeous turquoise hue. Then, top with fruit, seeds and edible flowers. This bowl’s vibrant colors are sure to catch your special someone’s eye. Get the recipe: Brit & Co
Easiest Ever Frittata Recipe
If you want to spend more time lovin’ and less time cooking, then a frittata might be the way to go. This baked omelet basically cooks itself. Plus, you can put whatever tickles your – or your one true love’s – fancy. Tomatoes and feta? Greek it is! Sausage and Cheddar. American classic. A rainbow of veggies with garlic herb goat cheese? Sounds like heaven. All you need are some eggs, your fave add-ins, and less than an hour from start to finish. Get the recipe: Delish
Coconut Dark Chocolate Chia Pudding Recipe
Chocolate + Valentine’s Day is a match made in heaven, especially when it’s tied up with such a yummy and guilt-free bow. We all know the health benefits of chia – fiber and healthy fats – but have you tried mixing it up with blended, non-dairy milk and fruit to make chia pudding? What a healthy, creamy and decadent way to enjoy dessert for breakfast on a day that usually screams indulgence. Our spoons are at the ready. Get the recipe: Joyful Healthy Eats
Heart Shaped Egg-in-the-Hole Recipe
Got kids who want to join in on the Valentine’s Day fun? Break out the heart-shaped cookie cutters and get to cooking breakfast together. Start with ingredients you’ve always got around: bacon, eggs and toast and give it that loving feeling. So simple and familiar, yet special at the same time. Yes, the ingredients are every day, but the effect is celebratory and heart-felt. Get the Recipe: Shari’s Berries
Heart Shaped Whole Wheat Banana Pancakes Recipe
Want to make something healthy, delicious and sweet but still keep you and your love on track with your wellness goals? Whole wheat pancakes, taken up a notch with bananas and topped with fresh berries are just what you crave. While these nutritious flapjacks are great for regular mornings, cooking them up in heart shaped molds means they’re just right for a Valentine’s Day breakfast tray. Get the Recipe: Nourishing Foodie
Strawberry, Nutella, Cream Cheese Croissant French Toast Recipe
Nutella, strawberries, cream cheese – oh my. If any day warrants such a decadent breakfast treat, Valentine’s Day is it. After all, love (of any kind) is definitely the thing that enriches our lives the most. Overnight french toast bakes are the most impressive – and easy – special brunch recipes and this one is completely delicious. The perfect splurge. Smother with strawberries after baking to bring a pop of color while adding freshness. And, if you’re so inspired, use a cookie cutter to top with heart-shaped croissant pieces before baking. Get the Recipe: The Spruce Eats
Raspberry Swirl Sweet Rolls Recipe
If your Valentine’s Day breakfast is more on-the-run than snuggled in bed, then grab-and-go-sweet rolls are worth the effort. Forget the ready-made dough and take some time to create your own from scratch. Then fill with the fruit of your choice. The recipe calls for raspberries but if those aren’t your thing, go for another kind of berries, cherries or a mixture of a few. Make the dough ahead and bake them up fresh in the morning, or make the rolls ahead, freeze and thaw as needed. Get the recipe: Food and Wine
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