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Valentine’s Day Breakfast

by Dana Bean, RD
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Looking for some festive and delicious Valentine’s Day breakfasts for February? You’ll find the recipe for my favorite quick one up top, then plenty more ideas of how to make this Valentine’s Day morning a special one.

The perfect quick and fun Valentine’s Day breakfast, especially for a weekday! You can choose any bread you like best, then we’ll add peanut butter, sliced banana and berries, chocolate strawberry granola, and add a drizzle of honey to the top.

It’s ready in 5 minutes, it’s festive, and has a nice balance of nutrients to keep you satisfied!

Valentine’s Day Breakfast

Toast of choice with peanut butter spread, banana, strawberries, and a crunchy chocolate granola, topped with a drizzle of honey
Prep Time5 minutes
Course: Breakfast, Snack
Servings: 2 slices

Equipment

  • Toaster

Ingredients

  • 2 slices bread of choice
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 1 medium banana sliced
  • 3-5 strawberries sliced
  • 1/4 chocolate strawberry granola See Note 1
  • 1 tsp honey

Instructions

  • Toast bread and let cool slightly. Add sliced banana and strawberries to each slice
  • Crumble granola on top of toast, using smaller pieces. Drizzle honey on top and enjoy!

Notes

Valentine's Day Breakfast peanut butter toast with sliced banana and strawberries with chocolate granola and a drizzle of honey with 2 slices.

Use a metal heart shaped cookie cutter, or simply pour the batter out in a heart shape! Then add peanut butter, yogurt, or syrup and top with strawberries or raspberries.

Overnight oats, but with festive colors! You can add frozen berries the night before, or fresh the day you’ll eat it. You can even try adding a bit of strawberry jam for some extra sweetness and color!

A sweet and decadent breakfast, Nutella crepes are a great way to turn a weekday Valentine’s Day breakfast into an experience that will “wow” your loved ones.

Though it’s not red or heart shaped, making a quiche can still be a fun meal for Valentine’s Day breakfast to say “I love you!”

Looking for more everyday breakfast ideas? These are accessible, quick options for intuitive eaters:

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  • It’s part of a healthy relationship with food to be able to celebrate holidays with food!
  • Think about both how a meal will taste and how it will make you feel
  • It’s ok to add “gentle nutrition” in a meal, and it’s also ok to leave it out! When to incorporate gentle nutrition is super different for every individual

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