This Valentines we decided to stay in, instead of fighting for a table at restaurants.
I decided to make it special for my family by making a big breakfast v-day buffet, with a Charcuterie Board, Big Red floats and Cupid hot chocolate.
We definitely had a Sugar rush but isn’t that what makes Valentines fun, seeing how much you can gain in one day 🤣.
I know I am a day late, but maybe these will give you inspiration for next Valentines Day or even just a romantic dinner with your special someone.
I bought my husband a griddle last year for his birthday and he absolutely loves using it to cook for us. I also found an accessory kit with cute heart shaped egg rings.
So my husband made heart shaped fried eggs, and they were adorable and delicious!
Pink Heart Pancakes with White Chocolate Chips
My husband also made heart shaped pancakes with the same egg tool.
I prepared the pancake batter with just regular buttermilk pancake mix. Then I added some pink food coloring and some white chocolate chips. My husband poured the batter into the heart shaped egg ring, and voila, we had some amazing heart pancakes with strawberry syrup on top, yum!
Heart Cinnamon Rolls
This was my first time trying this with store bought cinnamon rolls. You just unroll the cinnamon rolls and shape them into hearts.
I melted the prepackaged icing that comes with the cinnamon rolls and added some pink food coloring before drizzling the cinnamon rolls with icing.
I honestly, didn’t even get to eat my cinnamon roll before I was full, but I think they were pretty good and pretty looking!
Big Red Floats and Hot Chocolate
So, my son had some friends over yesterday so I decided to make big red floats for the boys. I also had some heart shaped hot cocoa bombs I bought from the Dollar Tree, so, you know I had to use them. So, us girls, had hot chocolate with whip cream and sprinkles.
Valentine Charcuterie Board
Ok, so my mom did think my salami roses were little hats but I thought they were super cute. You can find so many videos online on how to make them. You just need salami and a champagne flute. I added some pepper jack cheese, crackers and of course chocolate covered strawberries.
My family and my son’s friends really enjoyed our Valentines Breakfast Buffet and it was fun making treats with my husband.
I hope you all enjoy these ideas and I hope you all had a VERY wonderful Valentines Day!