Romance is the hallmark of Valentine's Day. Yet, you don't have to be in a romantic relationship to enjoy this mid-February holiday, a celebration that is said to have been founded as a way to acknowledge the works of St. Valentine and the approach of Spring.1 In fact, here at Herbal Goodness, we think that you should consider treating yourself to a healthy Valentine's Day breakfast whether you are in a romantic relationship or enjoying the day alone. That's why we're sharing Valentine's day breakfast recipes in this article. Even more, keep reading to gain tips and insight on upbeat, romantic Valentine's Day card ideas.
If you've ever received a handmade card from a friend, spouse, or child, you know how touching homemade cards are. In this Herbal Goodness article, we're going to show you how to add finishing touches to a delightful Valentine's Day breakfast in bed with a surprise card. Of course, you could buy a store made card. But, there's no better way to flex your creativity than to design and create your very own Valentine's Day breakfast card for the one you love.
For the Valentine's Day breakfast card, all you need is cardboard paper, a sheet of plain white copy paper, scissors, a thick marker, glue, and glitter. Choose your spouse's or lover's favorite color when picking a sheet of cardboard paper to work with.
Next, fold the paper in half. Decorate the front of the card by taping a copy of a color picture of your loved one and you. For example, you could glue a picture of your loved one and you holding hands.
On the inside of the card, glue the sheet of white copy paper. Write a poem or a personal note on the paper. Circle the writing with dots of glue. Sprinkle the glue with glitter. Want to add more splash to your Valentine's Day breakfast card? Border the inside of the card with small cutout pictures of fun times that you shared with your loved one.
Talk about an uplifting, emotional appeal to accompany your Valentine's Day breakfast in bed. And, now for those Valentine's Day breakfast ideas as it regards the meal that you'll treat your loved one too.
This is a quick, easy to prepare Valentine's Day breakfast recipe. Here's what you'll need:
Scoop yogurt in a large decorative cup. Layer the yogurt with the mix of fruit. Apply another layer of yogurt. Again, top the yogurt with fruit. Continue until the decorative cup is full. Sprinkle the top layer of the Valentine's Day breakfast yogurt parfait with a teaspoon of HerbalGoodness Graviola Matcha.
As an added treat, scramble eggs and boil a small pot of cheese grits. Serve on a sliding tray as a special Valentine's Day breakfast in bed for your loved one. Also, gift your loved one with your touching homemade card.
Of each of our Herbal Goodness Valentine's Day breakfast ideas, you may love this one most if you have a taste for eggs. Also, remember that you can only use egg whites should you want to serve a more healthy breakfast. Ingredients for this Valentine's Day breakfast recipe2 are:
Grease a skillet with olive oil. Cook the ground sausage until it is lightly browned. In a separate skillet, stir two eggs and thinly layer the skillet with the eggs. You'll do this twice.
Place the egg on a plate. Cutaway a small square portion of the egg. This will serve as the bottom layer of the breakfast lasagna. Top with half a slice of provolone cheese, a teaspoon of ground sausage, and a slice of tomato. Do this three more times, until the cooked egg has been fully used. Top with another slice of provolone cheese. Enjoy!
As you try the above Valentine's Day breakfast recipes, consider incorporating one of these Herbal Goodness Valentine's Day breakfast ideas into your morning three or more days leading up to Valentine's Day. Top your Valentine's Day breakfast with a dozen roses or a basket full of fresh flowers from your local florist. Better yet, if you have an indoor garden, bring in flowers or plants from that garden to help bring your breakfast table alive with vibrant color.
But don't stop with Valentine's Day breakfast. Treat yourself to healthy Herbal Goodness herbs, Super Fruit, tea, and organic leaves like moringa leaves, guayusa leaves, and guava leaves throughout the year. In fact, if you check the recipes section of our Herbal Goodness site, you'll find more healthy recipes that you can use to create healthy meals year-round.
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