Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Valentine's Day Breakfast Ideas

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Make this simple but yet lovely breakfast for someone you love on the Valentine's Day!












It's very easy to make the hot dog heart! You need to cut the hot dog in half first (leave about 1cm still connected), then cook it in boiling water for a few minutes.
PS, check this post to learn how to draw a ketchup heart and another Valentine's Day breakfast recipe.

You can also make a Valentine's Day heart dog omelet!














Pour egg in the pan, then place cooked hot dog on the egg.
PS, the hot dog can be prepared the night before!





Here is another wiener heart idea.
From FamilyFun





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17 comments:

  1. Wow you are already getting ready for Valentine's Day! :) I still feel like Christmas is around:) Great idea!:) Happy New Year!:)

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  2. Heehee... A bit too early, isn,t it?
    Happy new year

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  3. haha, i like all these ideas...thanks for sharing...i come back again when Valentine's day is coming...:)

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  4. Hi Sherleen, thank you for visiting. Hope to see you again ^,^

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  5. I love the heart hot dog idea! It turned out really cute!

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  6. I love it! ^^ The hot dog would be great in a bento too. I think I might surprise someone with a nice Valentine's breakfast.

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  7. Getting ready for Valentines Day already? So organised! I'm not a fan of hot dogs but these are super cute!

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  8. Thank you so much ladies. Valentine's day is only a month away! Time flys!
    Happy weekend ^,^

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  9. I was just looking for some different idea's to do hotdogs. These are so cute, my daughter will love them, my 15 year old son will think I'm a little weird :0) I am going to make mine vegetarian by using veggie dogs!

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  10. Haha...I can imagine your son's reaction when he sees "cute food" on his plate :D
    Thank you for the comment!

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  11. I made hot dog snow boots for my son's lunch and he loved it. Will definitely make him this hot dog heart for his Feb lunch. Thanks for the idea.

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  12. Awww... so happy to know that :D Hope your little guy likes the heart dog too! Thank you for the feedback.

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  13. Love all these ideas...thanks for sharing:)

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  14. I love this! Thank you for sharing!

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