Fun Heart-Shaped Food Ideas For Valentine’s Day!

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and it’s the perfect time to think about fun heart-shaped food for your special someone and your family.  Why not say I love you with delicious foods?  That’s a sure way to win hearts and a perfect last-minute gift. You can buy heart pizzas, bagels, cookies, cakes and so many sweet desserts. If you want homemade, let’s take a look at fresh from the kitchen food for your meals.


Let’s start with breakfast.


I. Heart-Shaped Bacon & Eggs With Toast


Almost anything can be cooked in the shape of a heart.  For a regular breakfast of bacon and eggs, cut the raw bacon in half and fold to form a heart. Bake in the oven on parchment paper.  Use a heart cookie cutter to cut a heart in the middle of your favorite bread. Fill heart with a raw egg and bake at the same time as the bacon. Be sure to bake the little heart piece of bread for a complete heart-shaped meal.  Sugar Dish Me has complete instructions.



Photo Sugar Dish Me



II. Heart-Shaped Baked Omelet


For a vegan you love, try making a vegan baked omelet from Follow Your Heart  filled with veggies .


Photo Follow Your Heart




III. Heart-Shaped Eggs


Sugar Free Londoner has complete directions to form a heart-shaped boiled egg.   They’re very cute!

Photo Sugar Free Londoner



IV. Heart-Shaped Pancakes With Strawberry Sauce


Food Network has a great recipe for whole wheat little pancakes in the shape of a heart. Add the strawberry sauce and you’re set!


Photo Food Network



V. Heart-Shaped Strawberries


Several years ago I made brunch for a friend with regular chocolate pancakes and heart-shaped strawberries.  It was a simple meal with a festive Valentine-inspired table.




Photo Comfort Spring




VI.  Heart-Shaped Fried Eggs


To make a heart-shaped egg, spray a cookie cutter with cooking spray and place it in your frying pan. Crack an egg inside the cookie cutter and let it cook. If you’d like eggs over easy, remove the cookie cutter and flip the egg.


Photo Good Housekeeping



VII. Heart-Shaped Raspberry Rolls



If you enjoy baking, try homemade raspberry rolls from Handle The Heat



Photo Handle The Heat



Now let’s think about lunch or dinner.



VIII.  Pizza


Make a few personal pizzas for your special someone. Shape the dough into a heart and add favorite toppers.  Anyone love pepperoni?  Cut the pepperonis into heart-shaped pieces.




Photo Food Network



IX. Heart Sandwich



Cut 2 sandwiches on an angle and place 2 halves together on an angle.  Voila! A heart.





X. Heart-Shaped Lasagna Bundt



Food Network suggests shaping lasagna in a heart-shaped pan and adding a good wine for a great Valentine’s dinner.


Photo Food Network


XI. Heart-Shaped Potatoes


Haniela’s has a great recipe for a loving side dish of roasted potatoes in the shape of little hearts.  



Photo Hanielas




XII. Grilled Romaine Salad With Poppy Seed Dressing



Try  serving up Grilled Romaine Salad with Creamy Lemon Poppy Seed Dressing and Avocado Hearts for a tasty meal. It’s great any day of the year, but it’s sweet for Valentine’s Day with its little avocado hearts.



Photo Spicy Perspective



XIII. Heart Shaped Sugar Cookie Fruit Pizzas



Take heart shaped sugar cookies to a new level by making  individual dessert fruit pizzas based on sugar cookie dough, a cream cheese icing, and all your favorite fruit. Complete instructions at Sugar Cookie Fruit Pizzas.






For those of you who need a finished treat for the holiday, check out


Chick Fil-a’s chicken nuggets in a heart.




Costco’s Heart Macaroons 




Papa John’s Pizza





Wishing you a wonderful Valentine’s Day!








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15 thoughts to “Fun Heart-Shaped Food Ideas For Valentine’s Day!”

  1. These are some really cute ideas! I have made heart shaped bacon, pancakes, and pizzas before but I think that’s about it. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Encouraging Hearts and Home. Pinned.

  2. Cute ideas, reminds me of food I fixed for my kids when they were little then later my grandbabies! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 9 where I comment on and share on social media if share option is available, open February 1 to 26. My themed party 11 for Handcrafted Jewelry is open February 15 to 25 if you have any appropriate posts.

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