Sunday, January 23, 2011

Valentine's Day Breakfast

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Still searching for Valentine's Day gift ideas? Don't worry! How about preparing him/ her a special Valentine's Day breakfast in bed?
( egg in the nest recipe)




 - First, use cookie cutter to cut the bread
 - Then, cook the bread and egg until the egg white is fully cooked
Tip: use low heat! Otherwise, the bread will be burned before the egg is cooked.

- Draw some ketchup hearts




This one was for my son.
I broke the yoke, and cooked both sides. Then I outlined the egg heart with ketchup.




 -Use the leftover bread to make a strawberry jam sandwich








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44 comments:

  1. So cute! Thanks for sharing! I put your link on my Facebook page. Hope you don't mind. If you want I can delete it.

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  2. Of course I don't mind at all. Thank you so much forn the link ^,^

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  3. this is adorable! i also did some exploring around the blog. what a great theme! never stop posting. =)

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  4. Ahh! So that's how you do it!
    I saw a picture of that kind of egg and felt I needed to try. I used a monkey cookie cutter, but I didn't know you should make it on a lower heat, and just ended up burning the bread to the pan. It was kinda disgusting. Thank you for putting up that tip, I should try it again now, armed with more info!

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  5. Aww so cute!!!! Simply adorable!! I wish I could lay my hands on them!!! Thanks for sharing it!
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  6. 好可愛哦! Your ketchup hearts are genius. And I have to somehow get a heart-shaped cookie cutter before Valentine's Day...

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  7. OK...THE CUTEST THING EVER! Happy early Valentines Day!

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  8. Wow....so surprised to see there are so many comments on this post! Thank you thank you ^,^

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  9. This is brilliant!! And so cute too :) Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Hi Tiffany, you are so welcome, and thank you for visiting!
    From Tiffany

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  11. great ideas! It was my last sunday breakfast but withouth the heart shape! I need a heart cutter!

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  12. your ketchup hearts make it sing!

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  13. OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhh me encanta la idea.

    Besos.

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  14. This is such a cute idea and I think I'll give it a try tomorrow! Thanks for sharing Tiffany!

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  15. 哈哈。。。好有心思的早餐!老公收到这样有趣、可爱、又漂亮的早餐肯定爱死你了。。呵呵呵! 你真的好棒哦,每一次都有不同的惊喜给我们。。我们也爱死你!!! ;)

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  16. Thank you Emily. You are always so sweet ^,^ 被你讚的我都臉紅了! 呵呵呵~~~

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  17. So so so cute! The ketcup hearts are such a clever idea!

    So glad I could help beautify your blog! HTML isn't THAT scary anymore I hope!!!

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  18. Thank you for dropping by, and thanks again for the help!

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  19. Wow! What great ideas. I'd love for you to submit this to the M&T Spotlight: http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight

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  20. Hi Laurel, I just did and thank you so much for the invitation ^^

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  21. This was featured on my blog!
    http://themidkid.blogspot.com/2011/02/stuff-i-love.html

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  22. Thank you for the link, and I really love the story about you and Ken!

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  23. Hi Tiffany, your blog is so amazing! i just found out today, and i immediately shared this amazing info to my friends, thanks!
    btw, i shared this link via my blog at http://foodoverbros.blogspot.com/2011/03/cute-food-for-kids.html

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  24. Hi Dylla Burn, thank you so much for the link, and the comment. Hope you can find some more ideas you like in the future!

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  25. May I share your idea, your images on a web site? Thanks a lot.

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  26. This is tooooooooooooooooo adorable!!! I can't wait to try making this...hope it's as cute as yours!

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  27. Hi Rio and Jane, thank you so much for the comment!
    Love your blog, btw!

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  28. What a wonderful idea for a blog...your kids must be loving food everyday!! Very creative. Am glad I found this blog.

    Maybe I could do a write up on my site about your blog!!

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  29. That will be wonderful :D
    Thank you for visiting and the comment!

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  30. so cute! I've shared your post here: http://dollarstoremom.com/2012/02/quick-and-easy-valentine-breakfast/

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  31. Nice way to present breakfast to young ones. Many children do not like to eat egg. This is a better way to give egg for their nourishment.
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  32. Awww Cute! Good idea!;) And so easy to make:)I cant wait until next valentine come.I will make this on tomorrow and it make my hubby surprise

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  33. Thank you for visiting. Glad you like the idea :)

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  34. This one looks easy for me to learn !

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  35. Great idea! I am currently writing a Valentines Day Round-up for my blog, and I am planning to feature this tutorial. Let me know if you'd rather I didn't & I will take it down. The round-up hasn't been posted yet, but you can find my blog at Vildmarket.com

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