Valentine’s Day is on a Saturday this year, which means you can spend the entire day celebrating. Doesn’t a leisurely romantic brunch at home sound like just the perfect way to start your day? You could even surprise your significant other with breakfast in bed. I am a huge fan of having brunch at home during winter, it’s so cozy inside and so cold outside.
To help you create the perfect Valentine’s Day brunch, I have rounded up some of my favorite brunch recipes in this Valentine’s Day Brunch Menu Guide. Planning to go out for brunch and to cook dinner instead? Then check out last week’s round up of romantic dinner recipes.
Cinnamon Raisin French Toast Sticks are a fun take on something everyone ate as a kid.
Looking to keep things really simple? Make Prosciutto Egg Cups.
Dating someone how always orders eggs benedict? Bacon Mozzarella Benedict is easier to make than traditional eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce.
Is your significant other from the other side of the pond like Charles? Prepare Blueberry Scones to remind them of home.
How about a spicy omelette with creamy goat cheese? Charles loved these Jalapeno, Avocado, and Goat Cheese Omelettes.
Scrambled Egg and Avocado Grilled Cheese Sandwiches really bridge the gap between breakfast and lunch, and if you want to get really crazy you can add some bacon.
Want to make something sweet? These Irish Cream Pancakes are insanely good, if I do say so myself.
Having friends over? Set up an avocado toast bar. It was a huge hit at a party I threw over the summer.
Want to go out for brunch instead? Check out my list of romantic brunch spots that take reservations.