Valentine’s Day Breakfast Hearts

Valentine’s Day Breakfast Hearts

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Valentine's Day Breakfast Hearts

I saw something the other day on Pinterest, which reminded me that I have a silicone heart muffin mold.

I’ve always made a semi-big deal about Valentine’s Day with the kids.  I’d decorate the table and get them all a book.  One time I told my daughter “I just got you a little something, just to show you how much I love you.”  And she replied, “you only love me a little?”  Ha ha.  Kids.

Anyway, Valentine’s Day is awfully close to Christmas, so they certainly didn’t need more toys.  But I didn’t want to overdo it too much on the candy, so that’s why I would give them a book, all wrapped up in Valentine’s Day paper.  It’s such a nice holiday.

If you want to start out your family’s day with a little love, try these cheesy egg crustless quiches.

It might be a bit too late to order these Silicone Heart Muffin Pans from Amazon, but you’d at least have them for next year.  And, of course, you’re not limited to using this just for Valentine’s Day.  They make adorable muffins and cupcakes, too.

Valentine’s Day Breakfast Hearts

Makes 4 hearts

Canola spray

2 eggs


Kosher salt

Freshly ground black pepper

¼ sweet onion, diced

Fresh baby spinach, chopped

Feta cheese, crumbled

Shredded cheese (either a blend, or cheddar)

Spray silicone muffin pan heavily with canola spray.  (If you don’t, you’ll have a difficult time removing these little “quiches.”)  Place muffin pan on a cookie sheet.

Preheat your oven to 375°.

Heat small skillet on medium low.

Chop onions and spinach.

When skillet is hot, add a bit of olive oil and saute onions and spinach for a few minutes.  When soft, add in crumbled feta and remove from heat.

Valentine's Day Breakfast Hearts

Mix eggs, milk, salt and pepper in a bowl.

Distribute onion/spinach/feta mixture among 4 muffins.  Add shredded cheese on top and pour in some of the egg/milk mixture.  Leave ¼ of an inch gap from the top, as the eggs will rise.

Valentine's Day Breakfast Hearts

Bake at 375° for 25 minutes or until the tops are golden brown.

If you don’t feel like sauteeing spinach and onion, just spray the muffin tins, add shredded cheese, and pour in egg mixture.

Valentine's Day Breakfast Hearts

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Enjoy – Vicky



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