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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! If you’re a parent looking to make this special day even more delightful for your little ones, we’ve got you covered. Discover 15+ quick, hassle-free and cute Valentine breakfast ideas for kids that will make your little ones’ hearts skip a beat.
We love to to make our kids feel special and show how much we care for our little love bugs. Making an extra special breakfast before they head off to school and life is a yearly tradition in our household.
Starting the day off with our favourite Valentine’s Day breakfasts puts everyone in a fun, festive & happy mood.
From heart-shaped pancakes & cinnamon rolls to fruity parfaits & smoothies, we are sharing our favourite breakfast ideas for your little one’s (or big kids too). You too can create a memorable morning full of love and deliciousness. Be sure to add extra sprinkles.
Ready to feed their hearts? Let’s go!
Easy Valentine’s Day Breakfast Ideas for Kids
I don’t know about you, but we love having adorable, yet super easy breakfasts on hand to celebrate the love season. Like these Raspberry Cream Cheese Danishes made into heart shapes.
Made with a refrigerated roll of crescent dough, the flaky crust, fruit and cream cheese combination is oh so satisfying.
It’s also a sweet treat for anniversaries, or anytime you want to show a little love to your whole family. Even a cute Christmas breakfast idea.
2. Fairy Bread
Sometimes as a busy mom I just can’t get my act together to prep something ahead of time. Which is where fairy bread comes in.
Three simple ingredients you likely already have kicking around your house – sprinkles, butter and bread. Just grab your heart-shaped cookie cutter, for a cheap & loving Valentine’s Day morning treat.
Craft these Valentine Cinnamon Rolls for quick and adorable heart-shaped morning smiles.
With so little time in the morning, we love that these are ready to pop in the oven in under 5 minutes. Or cook the might before & ice with heart-shaped sprinkles in the am.
❤️ You may also like these free printable Valentine’s Maze cards
For a healthy and delicious breakfast this Smoothie Bowl with fresh strawberries is an easy Valentine’s Day breakfast.
My youngest loves a good smothie bowl. It’s a cross between blender ice cream and a thick, creamy smoothie, with your favourite toppings added. We like to sprinkle with toasted coconut & heart shape fruit.
Start your day with a stack of stunning beetroot pink pancakes. Ideal for a special breakfast or “brinner. ” (breakfast for dinner). Mix beet root powder into the pancake batter, adjust if you want a deeper or lighter color.
Enjoy the vibrant color and delightful flavor of these fluffy, dye-free pancakes, perfect for kids and special occasion.
If you are looking for an alternative to strawberry pancakes, then this Strawberry Stuffed French Toast is a quick and easy recipe for an indulgent breakfast.
Thick vanilla and cinnamon french toast is stuffed with sweet cream cheese filling & a fresh fruit strawberry sauce. So much fun & ooey gooey goodness.
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Looking for a healthy breakfast idea? Then this easy Strawberry Banana Smoothie with greek yogurt is just the thing.
A great way to get some fresh berries, protein and fruit into a strawberry milk filled glass, for your little Valentines. In our family, decorative straws like these ones are a must.
For a fun Valentine’s Day breakfast, try these pink mini stacks of delicious pancakes. My kids love dipping them in maple syrup.
Use a heart cookie cutter to cut heart shaped fruit out of apple slices. If your kids are super little, skip the skewer and just place the apples on top of their stack.
When we’re short on time, we like to sub in our favourite pancake mix.
What better way to celebrate this fun holiday, than to whip up a batch of kid-friendly waffles. Turn them pink lwith a little food coloring.
Make it festive with these easy ideas for toppings; heart shaped or red / pink sprinkles, chocolate chips, whipped cream & dark chocolate sauce, strawberry jam, raspberries or strawberry hearts.
Serve up an iconic Valentines Day breakfast with strawberries dipped in chocolate. This fun recipe will be a huge hit with the entire family. Skip out on the dye if you prefer a dye-free option.
Use as decoration for their breakfast, or as a snack later in the day.
If you’re looking for a more hearty breakfast, then these Raspberry Overnight Oats are a great way to start a Valentines morning.
We sub out milk for our favourite non-dairy alternative oat milk. It’s tasty with other types of berries too.
With only three simple ingredients, this creative heart-shaped pastry with Nutella twists is a delightful and speedy breakfast or snack for a Valentine’s Day treat.
You can make them the night before if the mornings are too chaotic to bake. Which let’s be real, is most of the time.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than this deep red raspberry smoothie. The color is fantastic!
With just a few ingredients, the apple juice, banana, frozen raspberries, honey, and vanilla Greek yogurt make this a healthy morning treat for your kids.
Show your love on Valentine’s Day with Air Fryer Heart-Shaped Donuts. Perfect for any day you want to share sweet moments with your kids or loved one’s. Ready in under 10 minutes!
Raspberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake with a cup of coffee, while your kids enjoy theirs, sounds like the perfect way to start the day.
And even better, there will be leftovers. So you can eat it for an after dinner dessert as well. No extra work for you = perfection.
Become the Queen of their hearts with these super cute homemade strawberry pop tarts.
Easy to make with kids too.
I love tostones! They are one of my favourite breakfast foods (usually with some black refried beans & a fried egg).
These would be great for a non-sugary Valentine’s breakfast. Make it more festive with their pink dipping sauce. In our house we prefer to sub out the ketchup with salsa, as we like things a bit spicy.
A simple breakfast idea you can whip up in minutes. My kinda busy mom meal.
These fruit kabobs with a yogurt & jam sauce can be made in minutes. Let the kids put the fruit on the skewers for a fun Valentine’s Day activity.
Final Thoughts: Valentine Breakfast for Kids
Our easy Valentine breakfast ideas are a surefire way to start the day with love and warmth. From heart-shaped pancakes to fruity smoothies, overnight oats and pancakes, these delightful creations will make every child’s morning memorable and filled with affection.
Share these moments and spread the love!