Valentine's Day Breakfast Collage: Top left conversation heart pastries, top right pink pancakes, bottom left red velvet donuts, bottom right Valentine's yogurt parfait

20 Valentine’s Day Breakfast Ideas That Are Sweet and Crazy Delicious

Add a dash of sweetness to everyone’s morning with one of these delicious Valentine’s Day breakfasts.

Making breakfast for someone is the quickest way to their heart, so whip up a batch of conversation heart pastries, red velvet cinnamon rolls, or decadent chocolate crepes.

20 Deliciously Sweet Valentine’s Day Breakfasts

Valentine's Day breakfast ideas collage, left red velvet cinnamon rolls, middle chocolate crepes, right heart parfaits.
Photo Credit: (left to right) Zen and Honey, The Flavor Bender, Vegan Dollhouse

Whether you’re looking for a romantic breakfast for two or some cute heart-shaped Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas to enjoy with your family and kids, there’s something for everyone on this list.

1. Conversation Heart Pastries

Conversation hear pastries in bright colors on a cookie sheet.
Photo Credit: The Simple Sweet Life

Write a short, fun message to your loved ones on these adorable heart pastries. You can customize not only the message but also the filling.

Get the Recipe: Conversation Heart Pastries

2. Red Velvet Cinnamon Rolls

Red velvet cinnamon buns on a white plate.
Photo Credit: Zen and Honey

Start off Valentine’s Day morning with these red velvet cinnamon rolls topped with heavenly cream cheese frosting and festive sprinkles.

Get the Recipe: Red Velvet Cinnamon Rolls

3. Heart-Shaped French Toast

Photo Credit: Haute & Healthy Living

Your sweetheart will feel special when they wake up to a plate of French toast; don’t forget to write them a little love note, too.

Get the Recipe: Heart-Shaped French Toast

4. Mini Berries and Cream Waffle Sandwiches

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This quick and easy breakfast is ready in ten minutes if you use toaster waffles instead of making them from scratch.

Perfect for if you feel like sleeping in a little bit longer.

Get the Recipe: Berries & Cream Waffle Sandwiches

5. Strawberry Shortcake Parfaits

Photo Credit: Vegan Dollhouse

It’s Valentine’s Day, and you can totally have dessert for breakfast. The strawberry heart is just the cutest, too.

This recipe is vegan, but you could easily make swaps to fit your dietary preferences.

Get the Recipe: Strawberry Shortcake Parfaits

6. Red Velvet Donuts

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These taste just like a slice of red velvet cake in donut form, and the cream cheese frosting is too good for words.

Get the Recipe: Red Velvet Donuts

7. Chocolate Crepes

Photo Credit: The Flavor Bender

You’ll want to make these decadent chocolate crepes all the time, not just on Valentine’s Day.

Many recipe variations are included, such as banana chocolate, mocha chocolate, passionfruit cheesecake chocolate, and many more.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Crepes

8. Fluffy Pink Pancakes

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These pancakes are made with beetroot powder instead of food coloring, which naturally gives them a beautiful pink hue.

Get the Recipe: Fluffy Pink Pancakes

9. Heart Pastries

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One recipe reviewer raved about these heart pastries, “Sweet and scrumptious! A must-make recipe!”

Get the Recipe: Heart Pastries

10. Cherry Bread

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Packed with maraschino cherries and finished off with an amazing cherry glaze, this breakfast loaf will win over everyone’s hearts.

Get the Recipe: Cherry Bread

11. Blueberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats

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Prep these ahead of time the night before so you have a filling and high-protein breakfast ready for Valentine’s morning; it doesn’t get easier than that.

Get the Recipe: Blueberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats

12. Fruity Pebbles Donuts

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Whether you’re a kid or an adult, you won’t be able to resist these yummy donuts.

These are dairy-free, but you could swap it out for regular milk if you wanted. Plus, there is a gluten-free variation, too.

Get the Recipe: Fruity Pebbles Donuts

13. Berries and Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Bark

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This frozen yogurt bark is made with simple ingredients like Greek yogurt, berries, and honey.

To make it more festive, drizzle it with white chocolate mixed with a little red food coloring or add some Valentine’s Day sprinkles.

Get the Recipe: Berries and Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Bark

14. Heart Donuts

Photo Credit: The Gunny Sack

These donuts scream Valentine’s Day; they are heart-shaped, pink, and sparkly.

Get the Recipe: Heart Donuts

15. Honey Buns

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Your honey will enjoy starting the day off with a delicious honey bun and mug of coffee. These pillowy rolls are finished off with a delectable honey butter icing. 

Get the Recipe: Honey Buns

16. Strawberry Buttermilk Scones

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If the beautiful image of these scones isn’t enough to convince you to make them, this review will, “This recipe is amazing! Quick, easy, and most of all, delicious!”

Get the Recipe: Strawberry Buttermilk Scones

17. Raspberry Lemon Muffins

Photo Credit: The Simple Sweet Life

Sweet, with the perfect amount of tartness, these muffins are one of those recipes you’ll want to make again and again.

Get the Recipe: Raspberry Lemon Muffins

18. Pancake Charcuterie Board

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There are so many pancake topping ideas, plus step-by-step directions for assembling the board.

To make it more festive, you can could cut the strawberries into hearts, include a little bowl of red and pink sprinkles, or add heart-shaped chocolates to the board.

Get the Recipe: Pancake Charcuterie Board

19. Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl

Photo Credit: Love From The Table

Made with only four ingredients, this smoothie bowl couldn’t be easier to throw together and is very tasty.

Get the Recipe: Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl

20. Valentine’s Day Baked Donuts

Photo Credit: Inspiration For Moms

Sometimes, it’s hard to choose just one donut flavor. Luckily, you don’t have to; there’s a recipe for red velvet and raspberry lemon donuts.

Both of those flavors sound too good to pass up, so why not make a batch of both?

Get the Recipe: Valentine’s Day Baked Donuts

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