Good Morning! We are on the last day of January and I seriously can’t believe it! This month flew by and I just want to hold on for dear life! Just kidding of course I’m looking forward to what February has to offer but seriously if time can slow down just a little bit I wouldn’t mind. 🙂 Today on the blog I’m going to be sharing a super easy and festive Valentine’s Day brunch for your special someone! Or you could totally do this for yourself because I have on one or more occasions. 🙂
NEED: PANCAKE MIX, HEART SHAPED COOKIE CUTTER,
SPRINKLES, STRAWBERRIES, SYRUP
These pancakes were so good but honestly, I didn’t do anything special besides add sprinkles! All you need is a heart shaped cookie cutter, some pancake mix (whatever one you have at home will do), and of course the sprinkles. I made the batter from the instructions on the box, sprayed the cookie cutter with non-stick spray and placed it on the hot skillet, then added the batter to inside the cookie cutter. When the pancake is ready to be flipped, I added sprinkles to the uncooked side.
Make sure you spray the cookie cutter every time because it will start to stick. Following the instructions on the box I made 3 medium sized pancakes and a baby one! To top it all off, I added strawberries, syrup, and of course more sprinkles.
STRAWBERRY LEMONADE MIMOSA
NEED: MINUTE MAID STRAWBERRY LEMONADE (OR ANY),
CHAMPAGNE, SUGAR, RED FOOD COLORING, SPRINKLES
Nothing screams Valentine’s Day like a pink mimosa! Last year, I made raspberry sherbet mimosas and they were so yummy! This year I decided to do something different and these were just as good.
The first thing I did was take some sugar and one drop of red food coloring and mix them together in a cup. Once the sugar was red, I spread it on a plate and added the sprinkles. Taking the champagne glasses, I wet the rim of the glass a bit with water. Then taking the glass upside down, I just placed it on top of the sugar and sprinkles mix and just kept rotating. I love the way they turned out!
The last part is just adding the champagne and juice! You can make it more juice than champagne or more champagne than juice, I totally won’t judge. Lastly, I added a strawberry as garnish! They seriously turned out so yummy and cute for Valentine’s Day!I hope you guys enjoyed this super easy and festive Valentine’s Day brunch! Let me know what your plans are for Valentine’s Day or if you try this out!