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Refreshing and healthy, this strawberry smoothie recipe is the ideal breakfast for Valentine's Day. It's the right color, and it goes well with everything from muffins and scones to French toast or oatmeal.
02 of 08
This simple-to-make breakfast tastes as delightful as it looks. The heart-shaped cutout makes it a natural Valentine breakfast.
03 of 08
This white hot chocolate recipe will get the kids off to a sweet start. Garnish with a peppermint stick for a festive flourish.
04 of 08
Pancakes are a great breakfast any time, and an especially great way to start Valentine's Day when you use this easy recipe. Top with sliced strawberries and syrup for an extra special treat.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
05 of 08
Nothing says "special occasion breakfast treat" like cinnamon rolls. This cinnamon rolls recipe is a bit easier than some, because it starts in the bread machine.
06 of 08This is my youngest child's favorite breakfast for the weekend or special occasions. This dutch oven pancake has the flavors of a blueberry cheese Danish, and it's so simple to make.
07 of 08
Lemon and raspberries make great partners, and these muffins prove it. The best part about this recipe is that you can make it in advance.
08 of 08
This hot chocolate recipe is a cinch to prepare, and it's so creamy. Serve with marshmallows or whipped cream.
With these Valentine breakfast recipes, your sweeties will get their day off to a delectable start!