25 Things to Make Your Valentine for Breakfast

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day over breakfast can be a special thing. Even if you’re getting the kids ready for school or heading out at dawn for an early work meeting, a special breakfast can still happen. You can make it even more special if lingering is possible!

So instead of going out to dinner, start with a rosé Champagne cocktail and whip up something special like a roasted radish and herbed ricotta omelet. Or maybe it’s just a really gorgeous piece of avocado toast. The point is to make a little fuss over breakfast. It’s a charming way to sweeten your day.

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Hot Beverages

Even under normal circumstances, making someone else make the first cup of coffee or tea in the morning is a moment in heaven. For Valentine’s Day, it’s de rigueur, so get that water boiling first thing.

The Sparkling Beverage

If it isn’t a work day, then serving a sparkling wine or Champagne-based cocktail is a great way to say that this isn’t your usual breakfast.

The Sparkling Mocktail

And, of course, sometimes it is a work day or alcohol just isn’t in the cards. You can still whip up something sparkling and special.

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The Main Dish

In general, Valentine’s Day breakfast fare usually isn’t a green smoothie in a to-go cup. We tend to fuss a little more — okay, a lot more — when we’re professing our love for someone. Here are some guidelines for things like French toast and cinnamon buns, as well as decadent eggs and delicious fruit combinations.

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Tiny Desserts

Even though it’s breakfast, you have to sneak in a little something sweet at the end.