15 Valentine's Day Brunch Recipes You'll Want To Eat All The Time, They're Just That Amazing

Even if you're not into the whole romantic aspect of Valentine's Day, you have to admit that it's the perfect opportunity to eat a lot of chocolate and other delicious Valentine's Day treats. It's also the one day of the year when basically every couple ever goes out to dinner. So... why would you even want to attempt that?

Instead, try something different. And since Valentine's Day falls on a weekend this year, it's the perfect time to make a special holiday brunch. Make this for your significant other, or get together a group of friends and/or couples and do something with everyone. No one can feel sad and lonely over brunch, it's basically impossible... and these 15 recipes are all sure to be huge crowd-pleasers.

Angel Food French Toast

Doesn’t this just look like a perfect Valentine’s Day brunch option? Cut your strawberries to look like little hearts to make it even cuter.

Recipe and Photo: How Sweet Eats

Momofuku Milk Bar Bagel Bombs

Why in the world would you have regular bagels when you could have these? That is all.

Recipe and Photo: Hummingbird High

Brownie Waffles

Brownies. Waffles. Brunch. I mean, COME ON. Do you need any more reasons to make this?

Recipe and Photo: Domestic Fits

Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict

This may take a little time to put together, but the result is a perfect brunch recipe. It’s a little fancy, which is great for a holiday, but it’s not over the top.

Recipe and Photo: Back To Her Roots

Chorizo & Fried Eggs Breakfast Tacos

Who says you can’t have tacos in the morning? You definitely can have them, especially when they’re made with chorizo, eggs, and avocado.

Recipe and Photo: How Sweet It Is

Caramel Topped Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread

OMG is this real? Holidays like Valentine’s Day were made for crazy delicious recipes like this one. So make it. Seriously, go.

Recipe and Photo: Good Life Eats

Tomato Frittata With Fresh Herbs

If you’d rather have a lighter brunch option, go for this tomato and herb frittata. It’s simple, but all of the herbs give a lot of flavor. And the red tomatoes are obviously great for Valentine’s Day.

Recipe and Photo: Food and Style

Strawberry Basil & Ricotta Breakfast Tartine

If you’re trying to play up the Valentine’s Day theme, this red and white breakfast item is perfect. Berries and ricotta are a delicious combination; add some toast and it’s even better. Bonus: it’s easy to put together.

Recipe and Photo: A Better Happier St. Sebastian

Overnight Cinnamon Iced Coffee and Cream

Make your morning coffee even better with this recipe. We love that you can make it overnight.

Recipe and Photo: Hummingbird High

Double Chocolate Waffles with Poached Cherries

Dark chocolate and cherries go together better than most foods, and they’re especially wonderful for Valentine’s Day. Romantic and delicious!

Recipe and Photo: The Scrumptious Pumpkin

Crab Cakes Egg Benedict with Bacon Hollandaise

The only thing that can make eggs benedict even better is adding some crispy and yummy crab cakes. And the only thing that can make hollandaise sauce better is bacon. So you’ve definitely got a winner here.

Recipe and Photo: Domestic Fits

Open-Faced Artichoke & Arugula Sandwiches with Sunny Side Up Egg

Salty artichokes and spicy arugula go great with eggs and toast, and some wonderfully melted fontina completes the whole sandwich. You’ll want to eat three, at least.

Recipe and Photo: Climbing Grier Mountain

Baked Eggs with Cheesy Pancetta Biscuits

This is a filling, elaborate, decadent recipe that’s perfect for a Valentine’s Day brunch with your date.

Recipe and Photo: Kitchen Confidante

Strawberry Croissant French Toast

This breakfast is decadent and so sweet it’s practically dessert — in other words, it’s great for Valentine’s Day! It’s also simple and pretty, and is sure to make anyone who eats it happy.

Recipe and Photo: A Pretty Life In The Suburbs

Baked Chocolate Doughnuts with Chocolate Glaze

Who said you can’t have dessert food during brunch on special occassions? Plus, doughnuts are basically a breakfast food. AND chocolate is made for Valentine’s Day. So, win.

Recipe and Photo: Climbing Grier Mountain