If you’ve been looking for fun Valentine’s Breakfast ideas for kids you have come to the right place. Here you will find a ton of ideas that will be perfect serve on Valentine’s Day morning for your little ones.
You will find anything from Strawberry pancakes or regular heart-shaped pancakes that are packed with chocolate chips to healthier options and a great way to get your children to enjoy healthier options like Fresh Fruit skewers turned into heart-shaped fruit skewers.
The best part is that you can get your little ones to help you create some of these recipes and make the whole experience that much more fun. An easy way to get them involved would be to mix the batter, top the dish with fresh fruits or even sprinkles, or even use a heart cookie cutter to cut out their French toast or pancake hearts.
If you’d like to get your little ones involved you have to check out this post about the best tips and tricks to get your toddlers involved with you in the kitchen!
Festive Valentine’s Day breakfast for kids
1- Love Potion Hot Chocolate recipe
This pink hot chocolate is a fun way to enjoy something warm and cozy that the whole family would love. Perfect for those who aren’t that into coffee in the morning. It’s an easy recipe that you can throw together in no time.
There is nothing better than warm cinnamon rolls in the morning. Turn simple cinnamon rolls into the most special breakfast by shaping them into a heart and topping them with pink icing and Valentine’s Day inspired sprinkles.
This recipe is something the whole family would love. It is made by cooking together fresh strawberries and sugar to create a strawberry sauce and mixing it with milk. It creates a beautiful pink color without all the chemicals that might be in the store-bought version. This drink is perfect for any special occasion, especially Valentine’s Day!
If you are looking for a fun recipe that is more on the healthier side you can make a delicious Valentine’s Day smoothie. Follow the recipe above or blend frozen red fruits with some green yogurt, milk, and honey for a delicious and healthy start to your children’s day!
One of my favorite Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas has to be this si mple and fudgy chocolate-baked donut recipe. It yields just enough for a family and tastes incredibly moist. Top them with glossy chocolate ganache and pink sprinkles to stay within the Valentine’s Day theme!
Make regular pancakes and use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut them out. Depending on what you prefer, you can also place a heart-shaped fruit on top or even a generous drizzle of chocolate sauce, maple syrup, or powdered sugar to really take them to the next level.
To create more fun memories, have your little ones help you make the waffle batter while you handle all waffle maker duties to make sure they don’t burn themselves. Top with strawberries that you cut into a heart shape for a super adorable finish.
Add a layer of Greek yogurt, granola, and fresh raspberries in a glass to make something simple. But if you want to take this fun recipe to the next level make a raspberry jam and layer it between the yogurt and the granola. This is one of my favorite ways to have yogurt and I think you will love it just as much. The best part is that you can make the jam with any red fruit.
This recipe is insanely simple you could make it even without a recipe. It takes toast and turns in into the most lovely fun holiday breakfast. Try it out if you’re a toast and jam fanatic!
Egg in a hole is a staple breakfast recipe but you can turn it into a cute Valentine’s day breakfast recipe super easily. All you have to do is cut the center using a heart cookie cutter and cook it as you usually would. The best part is that this would be a great option if you are trying to make a healthy breakfast for your little ones.
This recipe doesn’t require a specific special ingredient. Instead, it needs a heart-shape cookie cutter to cut into the fruits and put them in a skewer. Thread heart-shaped fruit pieces onto skewers and serve with your pancakes or any other one of these favorite Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas!
This is the perfect recipe for younger children. A love bug breakfast toast will allow their imagination to run wild!
14- Mini Pancake Stacks:
This recipe is the perfect way to combine pancakes which are the ultimate favorite breakfast item with some chocolate spread to create a super adorable and delicious breakfast for your littles.
Nothing Screams Valentine’s Day like a pink or red berry oatmeal boal. It is packed with fibers and served in the right bowl will embody the essence of Valentine’s day to the maximum!
These heart-shaped quesadillas are so much fun! Especially great for anyone who loves savory breakfasts instead of the sweeter ones. Fill them with whatever your heart desires and enjoy with your kids!
These fun Valentine’s Day breakfast bagels are bright pink and are also shaped into a heart. I feel like this is gonna be the first thing that flies off your breakfast table this year!
cute valentine’s day breakfast
19- Love Muffins:
These adorable little heart-shaped muffins are packed with fiber and will make a great breakfast or snack for your little ones! Made in little heart molds, I think your children will love them 🙂
These pink Valentine’s Day are made in a heart-shaped pan and would pair perfectly with some scrambled eggs or a pink smoothie!
Ready for some sweet chocolatey Valentine’s Day Breakfast ideas for kids?
This one is one of those super indulgent breakfast items! The sweet dessert pizza, is shaped into a heart and smothered with Nutella or any hazelnut chocolate spread you prefer. We then top it with strawberry hearts and the little ones will be obsessed!
For anyone that loved crepes you gave to try these red velvet pancakes or crepes should I say! They are perfect served with jam or with hazelnut chocolate spread in the center.
Last year I made heart-shaped French toast and it disappeared as soon as it hit the table that’s why this is one of those safe picks. It is delicious, versatile, and will be perfect even for the pickiest of eaters.
This one is for those who would like a little extra protein! Make this heart-shaped omelet by following the steps in the article mentioned above!
This one is a little over the top but it embodies the spirit of the holiday of love perfectly with something extra indulgent and creamy. The perfect breakfast if you ask me!
Are these pizzas by definition? Maybe not but they are incredibly delicious and will be perfect for the peanut butter-obsessed kiddos!
This isn’t exactly a risotto but it is made with rolled oats and will yield a thick and creamy pink breakfast porridge that your little ones will love!
28- Heart Egg Bites:
These are pretty much egg-bite frittatas baked in a heart shaped mold. So cute and they also have high protein!
Take this as inspiration but feel free to play around with the you add in there so that it fits your kids in the most perfect way!
Last 4 Valentine’s Day Breakfast ideas for kids
This one is a Healthy yet fun treat that uses simple ingredients that your children will love!
Making cheese danishes in heart shape is the cutest and most delicious way to enjoy a fancy little pastry with your littles.
This one is a little bit untraditional but making a savory egg pizza is a sure way to the heart of any savory breakfast lovers!
This is an easy way to spruce up your simple breakfast by turning simple everyday staples into Valentine’s Day-inspired foods that the entire family will love!
34- Heart PopTarts
This delicious Valentine’s breakfast is a sweet pastry that is perfect for your little ones who enjoy a sweet breakfast treat. Fill them with your favorite jam and decorate them with icing and cute pink festive sprinkles!
34 Valentine Breakfast Recipe Ideas for Kids
34 Valentine’s Day Breakfast Recipes for Kids
- Love Potion Hot Chocolate recipe
- Heart Shaped Cinnamon Rolls
- Pink Strawberry Milk
- Valentine’s Day Smoothie:
- Baked Chocolate Valentine’s Day Donuts
- Heart-Shaped Pancakes
- Strawberry Heart Waffles
- Raspberry Parfait
- Love Toast
- Heart-Shaped Egg-in-a-Hole
- Heart Fruit Kabobs
- Love Bug breakfast toast
- Mini Pancake Stacks
- Red Berry Oatmeal
- Heart-Shaped Breakfast Quesadilla
- Valentine’s Day Bagel
- Love Muffins
- Pink Valentine’s Day Donuts
- Heart Fruit Pizza
- Valentine’s Day Crepes
- Heart-Shaped French Toast
- Valentine’s Day Omelette
- Fruit and Cream Stuffed Pancake Sandwiches
- Valentine’s Day Mini Breakfast Pizzas
- Red Berries Risotto
- Heart Egg Bites:
- Valentine’s Day Charcuterie Board:
- Heart Shaped Oatmeal Breakfast Cookie:
- Heart Shaped Cheese Danishes
- Savory Pizza with Egg and Cheese
- Heart Shaped Bacon
- Heart PopTarts
- Pick your favorite recipe and make it for your littles this Valentine's Day!