For the record, I also think that shoes, chocolate, vacations and flowers are a nice way to say, “I love you", but if you are looking for a nice DIY approach, try one of the following mindfully decadent brunch options.
Banana split: A twist on the traditional creamery favorite. Cut the banana in half long ways and top with light yogurt, nuts, fruit salsa and slivers of dark chocolate for an antioxidant kick.
Turkey bacon.....but in a heart. Because every brunch needs bacon....or turkey bacon.
Eggs in toast. Use a heart shape cookie cutter, place the toast on a non-stick pan and pour in egg whites once the pan is hot.
Muffin tin quiche. Mix up your favorite omelet makings in whisked egg whites, pour into muffin tins and pop them in oven.
Fruit Kabobs. Good thing you already have the cookie cutter out. Use watermelon and pineapple to fancy up the traditional meat stick.
Strawberry, lemon and basil mimosa. Because no brunch is complete without a mimosa. This recipe can be made alcohol-free if you replace the Prosecco with sparkling water or club soda.
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