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Valentine's Breakfast & Brunch Ideas

Ready, set, go breakfast. Whether you’re ultimate treat on Valentine’s Day is breakfast in bed or you might think about a fun brunch with all the family the weekend before – our quick and easy Valentine’s Day breakfast recipes and a little bit of love are all you need.

FRUIT SALAD

Ingredients 

QtyIngredient
1
Melon
1 TubStrawberries
1 TubBlueberries

HOW TO

  • Cut melon into large slices and use heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out melon hearts
  • Wash strawberries, remove green stalks and cut berries in half
  • Wash blueberries
  • Arrange all fruits in a fruit bowl with a few of the melon hearts at the top for an extra loving effect.

EGG IN TOAST

Ingredients 

QtyIngredient
2
Slices of Bread
Fresh Egg
1 tsp
Sunflower oil

HOW TO

  • Heat 1 Tsp. of oil in a non-stick pan over medium heat until hot.
  • Toast two slices of bread.
  • Take bread out of the toaster and use large cookie cutter to cut out a heart shape.
  • Cook slowly until egg white is set and yolk has thickened.
  • Use cookie cutter to cut a heart-shaped egg.
  • Place egg in the middle of toasted slice of bread and fit cut-out slice around it.

BACON HEARTS

Ingredients 

QtyIngredient
6
Slices of Bacon
1 tbspMaple Syrup
1/2 tbsp
Dijon Mustard

HOW TO

  • Preheat oven to 200°C.
  • Slice bacon into two halves.
  • Make heart shapes and arrange them on a baking tray.
  • Bake for 15 minutes.
  • Mix syrup and dijon in a little bowl.
  • Take tray out of the oven (health and safety small print: careful the tray will be hot)
  • Glaze bacon hearts and bake for another 5 minutes until crispy.
  • Serve immediately.

PANCAKES

Ingredients 

QtyIngredient
270g
Plain Flour
2 tspBaking Powder
1 tspSalt
4 tbspSugar
270mlMilk
2Large Eggs
4 tbspMelted Butter
Red Food Colouring
1 TubCream Cheese
1 tspVanilla Extract
Garnish:
Strawberries and Pistachio Nuts

HOW TO

  • Mix flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, milk, eggs, melted butter and red food colouring together until absolutely smooth.
  • Heat non-stick frying pan over medium heat & add a little butter to grease surface.
  • Ladle thick batter into the pan and bake until surface of the pancake begins to bubble.
  • Carefully turn pancake around and bake for another 15 seconds.
  • Remove from pan and cut out heart-shapes using the cookie cutter. cutter to cut a heart-shaped egg.
  • Mix cream cheese, icing sugar and vanilla extract in a bowl to make a dip.
  • Arrange pancakes, strawberries and dip on plate and serve immediately.

VALENTINE'S GIFTS FROM TWININGS

ENJOY THE MOST DELICIOUS BREAKFAST TOGETHER

Make up a little tray with Twinings delicious English Breakfast tea in their favourite mug on Valentine's morning. A fabulous way to surprise the tea lover in your life.

GADGET'S YOU WILL NEED

For the recipes you’ll need a heart shaped cookie cutter – ideally one medium and one large one.

Available from kitchen shops, many larger supermarkets and online.