Wow Your Valentine with this ~ Valentine's Day Breakfast For Two!

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Making your Valentine's a lovely breakfast doesn't have to be expensive or time consuming.  Keep it simple and sweet!
One of my husband's favorite ways to eat an egg, is an egg in a hole. To put a little WOW in this somewhat boring way to eat an egg, I decided to make Valentine's Egg In A Hole. Arn't they cute? 
 French toast is another favorite of my husband's. So I thought why not make some Cute French Toast Hearts out of the little hearts from the egg in a hole---genius don't you think? I thought it was, although, I know there are others out there who have probably thought the same thing.  Shh, he doesn't know that!

This breakfast in itself is gorgeous, but if you would like to put a little more WOW in this already gorgeous breakfast, serve some dipping chocolate in a  small bowl and fresh fruit.  We are having fresh pineapple, since that is my husband's favorite.  I know there are a lot of his favorite in the post.   I love Wowing my Valentine--how about you?

 Valentine Egg In A Hole For Two and French Toast Hearts


Ingredients: Egg In A Hole
2 Slices of Bread (any bread will do)
2 egg
2 tablespoons butter
salt and pepper to taste

Ingredients: French Toast Hearts 2 eggs, slightly beaten
1/4 cup half and half
1 teaspoon sugar
1/4 teaspoon vanilla
2 tablespoon butter
strawberry syrup

Directions: Egg In A Hole
With a heart shaped cookie cutter,  cut a hole in the center of the bread.  Remove the center potion; set aside. 

In a medium cast iron skillet on high heat, melt 1 tablespoons of butter.  Place the cutout slice of bread in the skillet. Let toast a minute or two.

Crack one egg in the center of the bread.  Salt and pepper.  Cook until the white are slightly done and easy to turn with out breaking apart.

Turn the toast with the egg in the center and cook for 2 or 3 minutes or until cooked to your liking.

Repeat the same with the other slice of bread and egg.  Serve warm.

Directions: French Toast Hearts In a medium,  beat together with a wire whisk, eggs, half and half, sugar, and vanilla.  In a medium cast iron skillet on medium high heat, 1 tablespoon butter.

Dip two slices heart shapped bread in the egg mixture.  Place each one on the melted buter and cook until golden brown.  Turn and cook the other side until golden brown.  Set aside on a serving plate and repeat the process with the other two slices of heart shapped bread cutouts.  Serve warm with strawberry syrup and whip cream.

This recipe is linked here!
Kay Little
Kay Little

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