Don’t make reservations to go out this year. Celebrate with brunch at home instead. We’ve got 7 Brunch Ideas for Valentine’s Day that are a delicious way to your sweetie’s heart!

Don't fight the crowds and go out to eat! Celebrate your sweetie with these 7 Brunch Ideas for Valentine's Day!

Who else thinks that going out for dinner on Valentine’s Day is overrated? Not only is it hard to get reservations, but with Valentine’s Day falling mid-week this year, it’s tough to make the time to celebrate the day of. We love the idea of celebrating the holiday with a leisurely weekend brunch. And to show you just how easy (and tasty) it can be, we did all of the planning for you! Here are 7 Brunch Ideas for Valentine’s Day that will, without a doubt, show someone how much you care!

These Buttermilk Waffles with Cherry-Vanilla Sauce are the perfect addition to your next brunch menu - plus they can be made up to a half hour in advance!

Buttermilk Waffles with Cherry-Vanilla Sauce 

 Don’t let homemade waffles intimidate you. These Buttermilk Waffles with Cherry-Vanilla Sauce are a fabulous addition to brunch!  We give you all the make-ahead tips you need to make brunch easy while still enjoying the party. And who can resist that Cherry-Vanilla Sauce?

 This quick and easy Ham and Egg Breakfast Pizza is proof that pizza for breakfast is meant to be!

Ham and Egg Breakfast Pizza

Are you more of a savory breakfast person than sweet? Good food doesn’t have to be fussy, and this Ham and Egg Breakfast Pizza is the perfect example! Runny eggs are a surefire way to our hearts.

Make brunch easy with these individual make-ahead Tuscan Stratas with Tuscan seasoning, sausage and sun-dried tomatoes.

Individual Tuscan Stratas

Don’t have time to prep brunch in the morning? These Individual Tuscan Stratas are your answer! Filled with sun-dried tomatoes, fontina cheese, and mild Italian sausage, these savory gems let you get all of the heavy lifting done the night before.

Tart dried cherries and rich dark chocolate chunks are in every delicious bite of this recipe for Dark Chocolate Cherry Scones.

Dark Chocolate Cherry Scones

It doesn’t matter if you are making brunch for two or 10, these Dark Chocolate Cherry Scones are always a hit. And they freeze well too, so you can make them ahead of time and  enjoy one whenever the craving hits!

Yes, cake for breakfast is perfectly acceptable, especially when it's this bright and herbal Lemon Thyme Breakfast Cake!

Lemon Thyme Breakfast Cake

Cake for breakfast? Don’t mind if we do! This Lemon Thyme Breakfast Cake is a great sweet to add to your brunch menu. Lemon and thyme are a match made in heaven, and with the glaze on top, it’s guaranteed to win anyone over!

A Greyhound Cocktail is made with freshly squeezed grapefruit juice and gin, making it a tasty alternative to Bloody Marys for Sunday brunch.

Greyhound Cocktail

You didn’t really think we would have brunch without cocktails, did you? Not that we don’t love a good Bloody Mary, but these Greyhound Cocktails scream spring and the color is gorgeous too!

If you aren't hosting Sunday brunch soon, you'll find a reason to after you try this Mexican Mimosa. Tequila is the secret ingredient that takes the mimosa to another level.Mexican Mimosa

If you weren’t planning on hosting brunch, these Mexican Mimosas will give you a reason to plan one now. You can never go wrong with bubbles and tequila.

Surprise your sweetie with breakfast in bed! Don't miss our 7 Brunch Ideas for Valentine's Day!