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Heart Shaped Foods & How to Make Heart Shaped Scrambled Eggs for Valentine’s Day

Updated on February 16, 2013

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Start the day off with heart shaped scrambled eggs for breakfast, and go to town with the heart shaped cookie cutter…here’s a little inspiration with quick and easy ideas for using a heart-shaped cookie cutter to make the day special! Breakfast Eggs are easy, below is a step by step pictorial.

Fun Food to Make for the kids on Valentine's Day

Let your imagination soar, with a heart shaped cookie cutter you can make almost anything Valentiney. Try a few of these easy ideas: brownies, fruit slices, pancakes, waffles, jello jigglers, grilled cheese, cookies, and toast. This is a cute touch not just for Valentine's Day, pull out the cookie cutters for St. Patricks, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas too:

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Valentine's Day Heart Shaped Scrambled Eggs

Heart Shaped Scrambled Eggs

Making heart shaped scrambled eggs is easy. You can either follow the above picture guide, or another easy way is to take a square pan and cover it with the scrambled eggs in a thin layer to cook. Lay a piece of foil over the eggs to be sure they cook thoroughly. Once cooked, you can use the cookie cutter to cut the square of eggs into heart shapes or whatever shape you like!

Hints

If you are filling the cooking cutter with the eggs to cook, be sure to spray the inside of the cutter with vegetable spray, and also, only pour in a thin layer of egg so that they will cook through.

And, finally, as you are pouring the eggs into the cutter shape be sure to press down on the cutter so the egg liquid doesn't leak out- hold it for a minute or so until the eggs set up.

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    • thebookmom profile image

      thebookmom 5 years ago from Nebraska

      I never would have thought of heart shaped eggs! My girl will love it. Thanks.

    • John Sarkis profile image

      John Sarkis 5 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      This is really insightful. I especially like the heart shape tomato, because, it's a healthy alternative to cookies.

      Voted up

      John

    • ayliss08 profile image

      ayliss08 5 years ago from Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

      Wow, so many beauitful, interesting, and impressive foods to make for the kids on Valentine's Day. Thanks for sharing this with us. I like the rice krispie treats best. And I think I will try to make it.

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      Elayne87 5 years ago from Memphis, Tennessee

      Oh gosh. Can I just tell you how much I love this? My heart was made so happy by the heart shaped eggs, jello, tortillas, and rice krispie treats! So cute! For kids yes but also for breakfast for a significant other or parents or whomever. I voted up, useful, and interesting!

    • TheCranberryBarn profile image

      TheCranberryBarn 4 years ago from Lake Katrine, NY

      Very nice ideas using the heart cookie cutter. I loved them all. Do you make "foodie fun" for all of the holidays?

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      MomsTreasureChest 4 years ago

      Thanks all, yes TheCranberryBarn I do make them for other holidays, for St. Patricks I do green eggs with a shamrock cookie cutter which are cute.

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