Do you love making the morning fun on special occasions? Then you have to see these creative and fun Valentines breakfast ideas for kids! We have everything from pink heart pancakes to easy heart shape cinnamon rolls and everything in between.
Waffle Valentines Breakfast Ideas For Kids
How pretty are these Neapolitan waffles? The colors are fantastic not to mention the flavor. You can top them with anything you want to.
If you’re looking for Valentine’s breakfast ideas for kids, Red Velvet waffles are the perfect color and flavor! They look so pretty on a breakfast platter with lots of strawberries and chocolate syrup drizzle.
Strawberry shortcake waffles will knock their socks off at the breakfast table. Serve with some strawberry milk and a fun crazy straw and the kids will go crazy!
Love cinnamon rolls and waffles? Try this easy recipe that combines the two easy breakfast ideas in one. Drizzle with some maple syrup and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Cinnamon Rolls Recipes
Heart shaped cinnamon rolls are fun to make and more fun to eat. With classic roll flavors like cinnamon, flour, butter, sugar, and more.
Valentine’s breakfast ideas for kids don’t get any better than these cinnamon rolls. With cinnamon filling and white glaze frosting what’s not to love?
Now here is a recipe idea I personally would eat any day for any reason! Cookies & cream cinnamon bun are heaven on a plate with cream cheese and Oreo flavors. Add some pink and red sprinkles for a color pop.
I adore a red velvet sweet treats in the morning especially for Valentine’s Day! The kids will surely be impressed as well. Too with some cream cheese whipped cream and a drizzle of chocolate.
French Toast Ideas
Nothing is better than this Croissant French Toast Bake for an amazing, make-ahead breakfast for feeding hungry mouths! This is a fun recipe for Valentine’s Day breakfast with the whole family!
French toast is one of my favorite foods and go to easy breakfasts that remind me of eating out at a cafe or cozy restaurant. Make your Valentine’s Day morning feel oh so special with this cinnamon French toast crunch bake.
If you love caramel and strawberries then this French toast recipe is for you. Drizzled with caramel sauce and sprinkled with powdered sugar it’s heavenly. You can even make your own caramel sauce from scratch.
Valentine’s breakfast ideas for kids can’t get much easier and fun than French Toast nuggets. Kids can dip them in various sauces and syrups like maple or chocolate.
This brioche French toast casserole will put smiles on everyone’s face on Valentine’s Day. Make the morning extra special and fun. Plus you can make it the night before and simply heat it up real quick.
Valentine’s Pancake Recipes
Red velvet pancakes are pretty and delicious for the entire family. The color makes it great for the day of love. Make some cream cheese or chocolate whipped cream to amp up the fun.
Want pancakes that are super unique? Try this ombré colored recipe. It’s quick and easy and the color is versatile, you can make them blue, pink, purple, and more.
Caramel and banana is such an underrated combination that everyone loves. Like these pancakes that are creamy, crisp, smooth, and scrumptious. All you need is simple ingredients and your favorite skillet.
Raspberry Dutch baby pancakes are such a fun and perfect way to make pancakes. You can add a variety of fruits too, like strawberries, peaches, blueberries, and more.
Donuts & Tarts
Valentine’s breakfast ideas for kids like these strawberry homemade Pop Tarts will impress everyone. The best part is that they are simple to make. They’re great for more than just breakfasts too, try them for lunch box treats and more.
Nothing says happy Valentine’s Day quite like some pretty red velvet donuts. These homemade Valentine’s Day treats can be glazed or frosted with anything from cream cheese icing to vanilla buttercream.
Queen of hearts tarts are fun and delicious, plus the kids can help you in the cooking process. They will have fun helping you assemble the ingredients and decorating too.
You will love the combination of donuts and bread pudding in this simple breakfast bake recipe. You can use any donuts you want too. I would choose some delicious glazed ones from Krispy Kreme!
Valentine’s breakfast ideas for kids can’t get any tastier than donuts. Just whip up some simple Valentine’s Day donuts for a fun family breakfast idea. You can add so many variations like white chocolate chips, marshmallows, coconut flakes, and more.
Crepes & Fruit
Crepes are so elegant yet simple to make. They are just like thin little pancakes that you can stuff with anything you want. Like this particular recipe that has Nutella and strawberries – yum!
Crepes are the perfect breakfast ideas for kids. Chocolate and almonds make the tastiest combination in these crepes. Sprinkle them with some confectioners sugar and chocolate shards.
Whip up this amazing Valentine’s Day charcuterie board for a cool and special breakfast. You can add so many tasty items like Greek yogurt, heart-shaped fruit, crepes, muffins, and more. Some heart candies can even make an appearance if you so desire!
If you liked these recipes, you may also enjoy: Baked Apple French Toast, Chocolate Mickey Mouse Waffles, and Easy German Chocolate Bars!
What are the best Valentine’s breakfast ideas for kids?
The best Valentine’s Day breakfast ideas for kids need to taste delicious and festive. For example pink heart-shaped pancakes or red velvet cinnamon rolls. Check out our whole post for more ideas!
Now you’re ready to have the best morning with these Valentine’s breakfast ideas for kids. Try the red color waffles or charcuterie board. The possibilities are endless.