These pancakes spell hugs and kisses. All it takes to create them is basic pancake batter -- and a steady hand!
Start these cinnamon rolls early in the morning, then wait for the delicious smell to fill your home. These pumpkin pastries are an addictive recipe your family will love.
This sweet apple breakfast is the perfect no-guilt treat for a brunch treat. Two cored and peeled apples coated with butter, apple juice, and brown sugar make a delicious and special breakfast.
Looks like a Bloody Mary, tastes like a Bloody Mary ... but it's actually an incredibly low-calorie smoothie! This smoothie is a perfect surprise for your special someone.
These fluffy bite-size sweets are coated with cinnamon and brown sugar for a warm brunch surprise.
Say I love you with a stack of Double-Chocolate Peanut Butter Pancakes or one of our other options, like Banana-Walnut Pancakes. These protein-packed recipes are sure to energize your Valentine.
If you like to look at love through rose-tinted glasses, this smoothie will do the trick for your Valentine's Day brunch. Strawberry yogurt, red berries, and red vegetables mix for a tasty treat.
Eat chocolate for breakfast. It doesn't get more decadent than chocolate waffles with coffee liqueur and vanilla ice cream.
Mimosas are great, but Valentine's Day calls for something extra special. A few scoops of raspberry sorbet and sparkling Prosecco take brunch cocktails from basic to beautiful.
These heart-shape pancakes taste more like cheesecake than breakfast -- perfect for Valentine's Day indulging.
Gin for breakfast? Yep! It's a special occasion, after all. Tart grapefruit juice keeps it morning-appropriate.
Bread pudding is classic brunch fare, but this chocolate version takes it totally over the top. The secret? Serving it with a rich chocolate ganache.
Save the box of doughnuts for the office. This shareable cream-filled cake tastes just like a jelly doughnut, slice after slice.
Go ahead and indulge -- it's Valentine's Day. We spiked bittersweet hot chocolate with raspberry liqueur and chocolate-hazelnut spread. It's true love.
On Valentine's Day, we like to think pink. Rise and shine with this (healthy!) strawberry smoothie. Only you will know there's a secret serving of veggies inside.
Show your valentine some love with a shake. With just five on-hand ingredients, they're perfect for a leisurely breakfast in bed.
Fruit and yogurt might seem ordinary, but not when they're spiced up with pink peppercorns and cocoa powder. Top each parfait with sweet cherry jam.
They're a little smoothie and a lot milkshake, and we love to indulge in these frappes for breakfast -- occasionally. Celebrate the day of love with fresh raspberries, liqueur, and berry gelato.
Bruschetta for breakfast? Trust us. These ruby red bites are perfect morning bites. Top crisp bread with cream cheese, mint, and berries. Be prepared to share!
The true beauty of these doughnuts is inside, where you'll discover melty chocolate-hazelnut spread. Swoon.
Nothing celebrates a special occasion like champagne. Start your day with this fruity champagne fizz.
Planning a romantic breakfast for two? Whip up these strawberries-and-cream-studded pancakes. No syrup needed.
We all love banana bread. Fancy it up for the holiday with a swirl of dark chocolate and raspberries.
Bring visions of a romantic vacation to breakfast. A double dose of coconut brings a taste of the tropics.
These pancakes are for the special people in your life. Fill pancake batter with chocolate pieces and top with sweet raspberry sauce.
Feel good about diving into these doughnuts. They've got an extra serving of fruit!
These lavender cakes are sophisticated brunch fare. Bake in heart-shape ramekins and show some love.