Add some extra love to your Valentine’s breakfast with heart-shaped food. Perfect for the family or just for you.
The Shopping Blog’s idea to use Krispy Kreme’s donuts to spell out LOVE is adorable. Krispy Kreme also has heart-shaped glazed donuts in grocery stores this year.
Add heart-shaped marshmallows to a bowl of cereal like Loralee Lewis. (The link is broken, but her photo is pretty clear.)
The Strawberry Greek Yogurt recipe from Mad in Crafts looks delicious and healthy.
I don’t think The Sisters Cafe’s heart-shaped cinnamon rolls could be any easier.
Decorate with a cake topper as complicated as this bunting (from Tatertots and Jello) or make construction paper hearts and tape them to straws or toothpicks.
Pink pancakes with crushed strawberry Oreos from Lick The Spoon? Yes, please.
Use food coloring and a heart-shaped cookie cutter to create these color-blocked pancakes featured on Totally Pintresting.
This Land O Lake’s recipe for Heart-Shaped French Toast with Strawberry Butter looks amazing and puts your heart-shaped cookie cutter to work again.
Grab a squeeze bottle and food coloring to make these heart pancakes from 1 Pure Heart.
Pick up the Heart Waffle Maker from C. Wonder for $24.00!
Use your smallest heart-shaped cookie cutter to make hash-brown potatoes. This recipe from Haniela’s is for roasted potatoes, but the idea works for breakfast too.
Mmmm. Bacon. The Paper Mama has the right idea.
The Huffington Post shows how to make a heart shaped egg.
Use the Trudeau Heart Shaped Egg Mold from Amazon for $8.99! (It works for pancakes too.)
The only tool needed for this heart-shaped toast cup from E is for Eat is a heart-shaped silicon muffin pan.
Use your heart-shaped cookie cutter it to take the center out of the bread so you can drop an egg into it as per Martha Stewart’s recipe.
No time to eat at home? No problem.
Send some fruit to go. Join Better Homes and Gardens mailing list and download Valentine’s stickers like this one: I Go Bananas For You!