20 Tasty Ideas for a Lovely Valentine’s Day Breakfast

Since Valentine’s Day is sneaking up on us, I want you to be prepared to start the celebration off on the right foot, which is why I’ve gathered together a whole host (20 to be exact) of Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas and recipes. You like donuts? Try the pink ones. Not a big breakfast eater? Heart-shaped granola bars for you! Are you more traditional? Eggs-in-a-hole (heart-shaped of course) should do the trick. See? There’s a little something for everyone, from the sweet, to the savory, to the lighter fare.

Dress your Valentine’s Day breakfast table with something sweet and tasty for the people you love most, find all the photos and links in the gallery below! Happy Valentine’s Day, friends!


  • Sweet | Conversation Heart Donuts 1 of 20
    conversation heart donuts studio diy

    These make me so happy, what could be better than a donut version of the classic Valentine's Day candy? So, so fun!


    Recipe and instructions here from Studio DIY

  • On-the-Lighter-Side | Fruit Skewers 2 of 20
    heart kebabs design dining and diapers

    Watermelon may be a little out of season, but it makes for a pretty fruit kebob when paired with some sweet sweet strawberries. Yum!


    Inspiration here from Design, Dining + Diapers

  • Savory | Bacon Hearts 3 of 20
    bacon hearts paper mama

    Nothing says love quite like bacon, so make these heart-shaped ones to really drive the point home. 


    Details here from The Paper Mama.

  • Sweet | Red Velvet Pancakes 4 of 20
    red berry pancakes whipperberry

    Decadent indeed! Try these red velvet pancakes with buttermilk syrup!


    Recipe here from Whipperberry

  • On-the-Lighter-Side | Heart-Shaped Eggs 5 of 20
    heart shaped egg annathered

    Apparently shaping your hard boiled eggs is pretty popular in Japan, and these heart ones are just delightful! 


    See how here from Anna The Red.

  • Savory | Heart-Shaped Eggs-In-A-Hole 6 of 20
    eggs in a hole smell of rosemary

    These are a family favorite, and oh so easy. Use your heart-shaped cookie cutter for a little Valentine's Day drama. 


    See how here from Smell Of Rosemary

  • Sweet | Love Day Donuts 7 of 20
    vanilla tulip donuts

    I can't think of a better reason to break out some donuts then for Valentine's Day. Add some fresh strawberries to make it a little more healthy!


    Inspiration here from The Vanilla Tulip

  • On-the-Lighter-Side | Frosty Yogurt Bites 8 of 20
    yogurt bites betty crocker

    Looking for a lighter option than donuts and pancakes? These yogurt bites topped with strawberries are the perfect alternative. They're sweet, but without the guilt.


    Recipe here from Betty Crocker

  • Sweet | Heart-Shaped Cinnamon Rolls 9 of 20
    heart shaped cinnamon rolls poppies at play

    Roll your regular packaged cinnamon rolls with the two outside edges in towards the middle to achieve the heart shape. My mouth is watering just looking at them!


    More details here from Poppies At Play.

  • Sweet | Strawberry-Vanilla Muffins 10 of 20
    strawberry vanilla muffins cookie monster cooking

    Muffins are my kryptonite, they're like tiny cakes of deliciousness all wrapped up in individual portions. This version has strawberries and vanilla, two of my favorite things! The perfect simple breakfast for Valentine's Day. 


    Recipe here from Cookie Monster Cooking.

  • Sweet | Blueberry-Filled Heart Pancakes 11 of 20
    blueberry heart pancakes paints and pans

    These look involved, but it's as simple as using a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out of the middle of a regular pancake and filling with fruit. 


    See more here from Paints & Pans

  • On-the-Lighter-Side | Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie 12 of 20
    chocolate raspberry smoothie

    A decadent chocolate raspberry smoothie is a pretty fantastic way to start of your Valentine's Day, and bonus, it's vegan too!


    Recipe here from Girl Makes Food.

  • Sweet | Nutella-Stuffed French Toast with Strawberries 13 of 20
    nutella stuffed french toast

    But really, three of my favorite things made into one delicious creation. I'm drooling over here, if that's not love I don't know what is. 


    Recipe here from Cook Like A Champion.

  • Sweet | Chocolate Crepes with Cream Cheese and Strawberries 14 of 20
    chocolate crepes with cream cheese strawberries

    Are you seeing a strawberry theme here? Let's call it the official berry of Valentine's Day. I love to see it wrapped up in a warm crepe enveloped in a tangy cream cheese filling. Delicious!


    Recipe here from Crunchy Creamy Sweet

  • On-the-Lighter-Side | Chocolate Raspberry Overnight Oats 15 of 20
    chocolate raspberry overnight oats teach love

    If your plate is full enough and a fancy Valentine's Day breakfast is way too much work, these chocolate raspberry overnight oats will surely get the job done. 


    See how here from Teach.Eat.Love.

  • Sweet | "Funfetti" (not really) Pancakes with Greek Yogurt 16 of 20
    funfetti pancakes chez catey lou

    No cake mix here, try a little greek yogurt instead! It makes things so soft and fluffy! Add some cute little sprinkles and you've got yourself some funfetti pancakes for Valentine's Day. 


    How-To here from Chez Catey Lou

  • Sweet | Snicker Doodle Waffles 17 of 20
    snickerdoodle waffles

    Would a breakfast post, even a Valentine's Day one, be complete without waffles? I submit, no. This one has a light dusting of cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg on top for a slightly snicker doodle taste, you can't go wrong with that! 


    Recipe here from A Beautiful Mess.

  • On-the-Lighter-Side | Chocolate Heart Granola Bars 18 of 20
    chocolate heart granola bars hellow wonderful

    Prep these the night before for a tasty and healthy VDay breakfast.


    Recipe here from hello, Wonderful

  • Sweet | Pink Valentine Cake Donuts 19 of 20
    serious donuts

    So maybe I have a thing for donuts this Valentine's Day, what? Pink cake donuts practically scream, "EAT ME! IN THE NAME OF LOVE!" Better do it. 


    Recipe and how-to here from The Little Epicurean.

  • Sweet | German Pancake with Berries 20 of 20
    dutch baby with berries

    Puff pancakes, German pancakes, these have a few different names (my kids call them Hootenanny pancakes). Call them what you want, but the taste is exactly the same and always delicious. Top with fresh or frozen berries and serve with some powdered sugar dusted on top. Yum yum!

    Recipe here from Grandbaby Cakes


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