Elegant Affairs' Andrea Correale offers tips of how to make breakfast romantic this Valentine's Day

If you want to celebrate Valentine's Day but don’t want to leave the house, why not surprise your sweetheart with a breakfast filled with romance

Get some tips to make a Valentine's breakfast.

Get some tips to make a Valentine's breakfast. (2/14/14)

WOODBURY - If you want to celebrate Valentine’s Day but don’t want to leave the house, why not surprise your sweetheart with a breakfast filled with romance and hearts? Elegant Affairs’ Andrea Correale teamed up with News 12’s Elizabeth Hashagen and Elisa DiStefano to show us how to treat your loved one to a special breakfast.

“Grab a cookie cutter,” says Correales. But you won’t be making cookies. Try making a sunny-side up egg inside the heart-shaped cookie cutter. Then, make some toast and cut out some more hearts, Correale suggests.

Or why not get crafty? Cut out a paper heart and tape it to a popsicle stick or straw. Place the heart on the pancake and sprinkle powdered sugar around it.

Try a healthier option and use that cookie cutter to cut heart-shaped fruit and melon. Correale suggests cutting up the fruit and sending it off with your kids or sweetheart in their lunch for a Valentine’s Day surprise.

For a simple Valentine’s Day dessert, click on the video on the left or go to Channel 612 and select News 12 Extra.

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