Start your Valentine’s Day off right with this fun and easy to make themed breakfast board.
Share with your loved ones and enjoy something for everyone!
“There is only one happiness in life: to love and be loved.” – George Sand
Valentines Heart Shaped Breakfast Charcuterie Board
- 4 eggs scrambled
- 4 eggs over easy
- 4 slices fruit breakfast bread (I used raspberry)
- 10 mini pancakes cut into heart shapes
- 1 cup strawberry or cherry yogurt
- assorted fruits like raspberries strawberries, grapes, pomegranates
- 8 slices bacon cooked crisp
- syrup for serving
- raspberry jam for serving
- Valentines sprinkles for garnish
- Prepare all the breakfast ingredients.
- Wash the fruit, slices the bread, scoop the jam and yogurt into ramekins, and add the syrup to a small bowl.
- I bake the bacon until crisp then drain and place in a small mason jar.
- Cook pancakes in a heart mold or cut them out after cooking with a heart cookie cutter. I make at least 10 pancakes.
- I cook the scrambled eggs in a small cast iron skillet that I then place directly on the board.
- I use a mini skillet and cook over easy eggs with a large metal heart cookie cutter.
- Now arrange and fill a large cutting board or platter with all the breakfast food.
- Fill in empty spaces with rows of fruit and ramekins of syrups, yogurt, jam, and candies.
- Serve immediately. Most items are good at room temp but the eggs and pancakes are best served warm.
This beautiful board is fun to make and so pretty to serve during Valentine’s week.
My husband, the King of breakfast, helped make all the pancakes and eggs for the board.
It’s fun for us to cook and spend time together.
I used a large metal heart cookie cutter inside a mini skillet and crack my eggs into the mold so the eggs cooks in the shape.
You can also cut out the egg shape after you cook it if that is easier for you.
Egg hearts are the cutest!
I cook half my eggs over easy in heart shapes and the other 4 eggs I make scrambled in a small cast iron skillet.
Once the eggs are cooked and scrambled I let the pan cool slightly then set directly on my platter.
Cook pancakes in a heart mold or cut them out after cooking with a heart cookie cutter. I make at least 10 pancakes.
Keep warm on a covered plate.
While the eggs and pancakes are cooking I wash and prep the fruit, cut the bread, and cook the bacon slices.
Now arrange and fill a large cutting board or platter with all the breakfast food.
I use heart shaped ramekins for jams and sauces, mason jars for bacon, and mini heart cookie cutters to fill with sprinkles, candy, and pomegranate seeds.
Fill in empty spaces with rows of fruit and ramekins of syrups, yogurt, jam, and candies.
Serve immediately. Most items are good at room temp but the eggs and pancakes are best served warm.
For some extra festive fun I add heart sprinkles on top of the pancakes and add a mini love sign to the board for decor.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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