Valentine’s Day is almost here, and we have got all of the recipes you need to make the day extra special. From breakfast to dessert, we have an entire Valentine’s Day menu that is perfect to share with the ones you love!
First up is a very festive breakfast with Valentine’s Day Heart Shaped Eggs and Toast
Heart Shaped Eggs and Toast
Two different sized heart-shaped cookie cuttersYour favorite bread slightly toastedEggsInstructionsIn a buttered nonstick frying pan, place the large heart shape cookie cutter in center of the pan. Crack two eggs in center of the cookie cutter and cook over low to medium heat. If needed, cover the cookie cutter with a lid to speed up cook time. Cook until yolks are firm.Remove heart shaped egg and on a board or flat surface, press a small cookie cutter into the center. Remove small heart shape egg using the same size small heart shaped cookie cutter, press into the sliced and lightly toasted bread. Insert small toast into the heart opening of the heart shaped egg.* Note: it may help to use non-stick spray on the cookie cutter you are cooking with and you can also mix the eggs before pouring into the heart shape.
To really take your Valentine’s Day breakfast to the next level, try making these Baked Bacon Roses.
Baked Bacon Roses
1 package of thick cut sliced baconToothpicksWooden SkewersFresh Spinach leaves or another leafy green (mix green salad will do too!)DirectionsPreheat over to 400 degrees F. Roll one piece of sliced bacon into a tight roll. Secure roll with a toothpick and place on a cookie sheet. Repeat for desired number of “rose buds.” Bake the secured bacon rolls on a cookie sheet for 10 minutesOnce cooled enough to the touch, hold the bud shape and gently remove the toothpick(s). Holding base of skewer, gently slide spinach leaves over the pointy end of the skewer. Use a couple of leaves per skewer. Carefully, insert pointy end of skewer into the bottom of the bud to create at “rose stem.”
Next up is our Lovers Salad … This recipe would be great for lunch, or as a part of your dinner menu. To turn it into a complete meal, just add some protein to it like some grilled chicken or a nice piece of salmon.
For dinner, try this incredible Valentine’s Branzino Dinner … It looks and tastes like a gourmet restaurant meal, but can easily be made at home!
Now, for dessert: This year we are recommending a dessert that our friend Tamera Mowry made …. Check out these Chocolate Dipped Spoons + Edible Flowers. They are so easy to make, are not too big of a portion, and look beautiful with the edible flowers. Plus, we love that she made them using vegan chocolate chips.
Hope you guys have a wonderful Valentine’s Day! XO