This is a very easy breakfast that still manages to wow the kids.
Begin by lightly buttering both sides of a piece of bread. Then use a heart shaped cookie cutter to cut a heart out of the middle of the bread (keep that heart piece though!).
Place the bread (both pieces) in a skillet, and crack an egg into the heart shaped hole. Add a little salt and pepper if you like.
Once the egg is firm, flip the bread/egg over and cook until the egg is however you like to eat it. Don't forget to flip the heart bread too.
Spread strawberry jelly on the heart. YUM!
Check out the heart shaped eggs made with a mold over at Little Wonders' Days too!
Enjoy while reading Queen of Hearts by Mary Engelbreit. Ann Estelle makes the most beautiful box to hold her Valentines, but she spends so much time on the box that she forgets to make Valentines for her classmates. Her creative solution to this problem is very sweet and heartfelt.