6 Easy Ways To Make Valentine's Day Breakfast Special

6 Easy Ways To Make Valentine's Day Breakfast Special

February 10, 2022

6 Easy Ways To Make Valentine's Day Breakfast Special

A unique breakfast can set the tone of the day and that's no different on Valentine’s Day. By sprucing up your Valentine’s Day breakfast, you are showing your significant other first thing in the morning just how much they mean to you! Here are six simple hacks to make Valentine’s Day morning extra wonderful.

1. Decorate The Table

Pick some flowers to place in a mason jar or scatter some rose petals across the table. It may sound cliché but the fact that you got up to make the additional effort will mean a lot to your partner or kids. Maybe you’re not going to be using a table - maybe you're taking them a tray in bed. No matter, the same rules apply!  Adding some decorations always makes things feel festive.

2.  A Touch Of Red

Adding a few drops of red or pink food coloring to your french toast or pancake batter can add that extra touch of love. It also marks this breakfast as different from the everyday! Add the coloring to syrups, sauces, or milk and serve in a mason jar fitted with an Ergo Spout® to let them pour themselves a bit of that love.

3. Colorful Plates and Glasses

If altering the color of your food isn't for you, then consider sprucing up your dishes with Valentine's colors like pink and red. It’s a great way to make your romantic breakfast pop. Picture fluffy pancakes on a red plate topped with whipped cream, strawberries, and syrup.  Our mason jar accessories can add that pop of color as well!

4. Add Sprinkles

Sprinkles come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Pick up some heart shaped sprinkles and mix them into batters or add them as a topping before you serve. It’s a simple trick that adds a bit of color and pizazz to your pancakes, waffles, or even cereal!

5. Heart Shapes

Making or cutting your breakfast into heart-shapes allows you to really say "I love you" with food. Pancakes work well for this. You can either pick up a heart-shaped pancake mold or you can make regular pancakes and trim the stack before serving. Don’t forget to top your heart-shaped stack off with a drizzle of melted butter from a small mason jar fitted with an Ergo Spout® Mini!

6. Add a Love Letter

You've conveyed a lot with the special breakfast you've prepared. Now you can finish it off with a note that expresses exactly how you feel in words. This is particularly meaningful if you have to get up and go to work before your significant other gets to enjoy their romantic meal.

Recipe Ideas

If you are looking for a few recipe ideas for your Valentine's Breakfast, try these:

However you choose to celebrate with your loved ones, we want to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day!




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