6 heart-y Valentine’s breakfast ideas

6 heart-y Valentine’s breakfast ideas

Here at Cupid capital, we have the perfect way for you to start your Valentine’s Day: a heart-y breakfast. These six breakfast ideas are sweet and simple ways to show your love. Because, really, what says love better than breakfast in bed?

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Heart-y Valentine's Day Breakfast Ideas: Take a Piece of My Heart

Take a piece of my heart

With a cookie cutter, cut out a heart shape in a piece of buttered toast. Next, place the toast pieces in a hot pan for a few minutes. Flip the bread and crack an egg into the center of the toast for a love-filled main dish!

Heart-y Valentine's Day Breakfast Ideas: Pitter-pat Pancakes

Pitter-pat pancakes

Express your everlasting love with pancake batter. Pour some batter in a squeeze bottle and trace a heart shape. Fill it in quickly. Any heart will do flips for these flapjacks.

Heart-y Valentine's Day Breakfast Ideas: Passion Fruit

Passion fruit

A melon is your canvas. A tiny heart-shaped cookie cutter your paintbrush.

Heart-y Valentine's Day Breakfast Ideas: Totally Toasted Over You

Totally toasted over you

What could be simpler than toast? Use a cookie cutter to create edible valentines. Make it room-service-worthy by serving it with cinnamon butter or fancy jam.

Heart-y Valentine's Day Breakfast Ideas: Bear Your Heart

Bear your heart

Serve up some honey bear love with a little creativity. Make a heart shape in peanut butter on the center of the toast. Use banana slices for ears and raisins for the bear’s eyes and nose. Drizzle honey over all (because, you know, that’s what bears love). A bear hug goes nicely on the side.

Heart-y Valentine's Day Breakfast Ideas: Bagel Bouquet

Bagel bouquet

Forego the roses. Just spread cream cheese on top of a bagel half. Then arrange strawberry slices like flower petals atop it for a beautiful and healthy breakfast. (OK, real flowers in addition wouldn’t hurt.)

Amber Stenger is a contributing editor to Hallmark.com. Outside Hallmark, you may find Amber in the stands watching one of her sons' sporting events, on the trail with her golden retriever or on the couch with her lovely husband reading or binge-watching whatever is trying to fill the void of "True Detectives" and "Breaking Bad."