Help make this Valentine’s Day extra special with one of these cute Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas for kids!
Valentine’s Day is one of my very favorite holidays as a mom. It gives me the opportunity shower my little love bugs with so much love. We spend the days leading up to Valentine’s Day focusing on how things we love about each other as family members.
There are so many simple ways that we can make our kids feel special, and one of my favorite holiday traditions is a big, special breakfast before they head off to school. I’ve compiled some of my very favorite Valentine breakfast ideas for kids into this post to help you find some yummy inspiration, too!
The ideas on this list are fun, festive and a wonderful way to start the day in a great mood feeling super loved. With heart-shaped waffle and pancakes, pink options, lots of sprinkles and of course so many references to love, I hope this becomes one of your own family’s favorite ways to celebrate Valentines Day and or another special occasion too.
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Easy Valentine’s Day Breakfast Ideas for Kids
Beetroot Light and Fluffy Pink Pancakes
Dye-free pink pancakes make a great breakfast for the little ones and are perfect for Valentine’s Day. The special ingredient in these fluffy pink pancakes is beetroot powder mixed into the pancake batter. You can change the amount of powder depending whether you want a pastel pink, a rich deep pink or something in between.
No Dye Pink Waffles
Like the dye-free pancakes above, the secret ingredient in this festive waffle recipe is also beets! They add a fun color to this yummy waffle recipe.
Nutella and Dark Chocolate Stuffed French Toast
If your family loves to go big with sweets all day long, you won’t want to miss this dreamy and decadent recipes. Stuffed French toast may be one of the greatest breakfast recipes ever created. This recipe calls for French toast stuffed with Nutella and dark chocolate, topped with a yummy a berry compote for a very special Valentine’s Day breakfast recipe.
Strawberry Crescent Rolls
For this simple recipe, flaky crescent dough is filled with easy to make strawberry filling! You could even use strawberry jam in a pinch.
Sheet Pan French Toast
Easy Sheet Pan French Toast is made by dipping the bread into a custard batter and baking on a sheet pan in the oven, instead of on the stovetop. This is a great recipe to top with a variety of fresh fruit for a perfect Valentine breakfast for the whole family.
Strawberries and Cream Stuffed French Toast
Yum! French toast is stuffed with sweet strawberries and cream filling for this delicious pink breakfast idea.
Red Velvet Pancake Mix
Grab a set of heart-shaped cookie cutters (I love this heart cookie cutter set!) and whip up a batch of these cocoa-kissed Red Velvet Pancakes featuring rich 100 percent cocoa, buttermilk and fresh berries. You can also use the batter to make red velvet waffles, too.
Healthy Valentines Vanilla Donuts
These Healthy Valentines Vanilla Donuts are delicious, bright and cheerful. They’re also really easy to make, as they bake in your oven instead of being fried.
Strawberry and Cream Cheese Muffins
These three-layer muffins are made with muffin batter in the first layer, cream cheese filling next, and streusel crumbles on top!
Chocolate Strawberry Overnight Oats
Perfect for your little Valentines, this overnight oats recipe is deliciously creamy, flavorful, and healthy (but tastes like it’s full of sugar, which your kids will love).
Nutella Puff Pastry Heart-Shaped Twists
Using only 3 ingredients and ready in 30 minutes, make a heart-shaped pastry with Nutella for the perfect fun Breakfast for your loved ones or Valentine’s Day treat.
Valentine’s Fruit Smoothie Bowl
This yogurt smoothie bowl includes frozen banana, strawberries, raspberries, pomegranate and granola. The pink colors make it a delicious and simple Valentine breakfast ideas for kids.
Ombre Valentine’s Pancakes
How cute are these festive pancakes?? These Pink Ombre Valentine’s Day Pancakes not only look great, but they taste amazing too! You’ll only need a few simple ingredients to create this fun look.
Conversation Heart Pop Tarts
These flaky pop tarts are the perfect way to start Valentine’s Day. The best part is they can be stuffed with your filling of choice, making this a great recipe when you have multiple kids with different tastes. You can’t go wrong with a heart shape on Valentine’s Day morning.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch French Toast
Kids and picky eaters will love this crunchy and sweet twist on traditional French toast. For this recipe you’ll need only 7 ingredients, most of which are staples and you probably already have in your home!
Raspberry Overnight Oats
The beauty of overnight oats is that they requires minimal prep time and there are so many ways to enjoy them. This easy recipe only requires 5 minutes of prep, and are packed with protein and no added sugar.
Heart-Shaped Cinnamon Rolls
These easy heart shaped cinnamon rolls are perfect to make for a fun Valentine’s Day breakfast! Plus, even the littlest bakers can help and be hands on!
Valentine’s Day Pancakes
These Valentine’s Day Pancakes are easy-to-make gluten-free heart-shaped pancakes, perfect for kid with food sensitivities. Naturally sweet, they’re bursting with real raspberries and cocoa powder. Top with a little maple syrup, or swap out the fruit for fresh strawberries to make strawberry pancakes.
Homemade Puff Pastry Pop Tarts
These incredibly simple strawberry puff pastry pop tarts can be made start to finish in 30 minutes. The benefit of using puff pastry sheets is that you don’t even need to roll these out by hand: just grab a heart-shaped cookie cutter! One of our favorite Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas for kids.
Sweet Cinnamon Roll Waffles for Valentines Day
YUM! All you need for this easy and tasty Valentine’s Day recipe is a can of cinnamon rolls, icing (included with the cinnamon rolls), Valentine’s Day sprinkles and a waffle iron.
Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce
This pancakes with strawberry sauce and dry mixture recipe provides a convenient and delicious option for a delightful breakfast or brunch. The dry mixture simplifies the process of making fluffy pancakes, while the homemade strawberry sauce adds a sweet, fruity touch that elevates the dish (and makes it extra fun for the holiday).
Air Fryer Heart Shaped Donuts
Heart shaped donuts are the perfect way to tell someone you love them this Valentine’s Day! Made with store-bought biscuit dough and pantry staples, these tasty air fryer donuts come together quickly and easily.
Mini Pancake Muffins
What’s more fun than bite-sized pancakes, sprinkled with your favorite toppings that can be prepped and baked in less than 20 minutes??
Valentine’s Cake Mix Cookies
While not *technically* a breakfast food, these chocolate cake mix cookies are perfect if your family likes to surprise the kids with a sweet treat with breakfast.
You can’t go wrong with a good themed breakfast on a special day. What’s your favorite part of this fun holiday? I hope one of these Valentine’s breakfast ideas inspires you as you as you plan a special morning for your entire family.
You might also love this collection of Blackstone Breakfast Ideas for Valentines Day, too.
Let me know what your favorite Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas are in the comments!
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