There's no reason to be brokenhearted because you're on a gluten-free diet. Celebrate Valentine's Day with this collection of lovable gluten-free recipes.
01 of 09
Flourless chocolate cakes are decadently rich — perfect for a romantic gluten-free Valentine's Day dinner finale. This version is surprisingly easy to make, and the glaze adds a lovely, silky gloss — and well, more chocolate!
02 of 09
This easy recipe from Elizabeth LaBau calls for just 3 ingredients- chocolate chips, white chocolate chips and oil-based chocolate flavoring (and this ingredient is optional!) You will need a heart-shaped lollipop mold and lollipop sticks to make this lovely, chocolate-swirled Valentine pop. Kids large and small will love your efforts!
03 of 09
A great thing about brownies is that everyone loves them and they are so easy to cut into different shapes. Try this buttery-good recipe for homemade heart-shaped gluten-free brownies, baked on a cookie sheet instead of a baking dish.
04 of 09
Here's another easy, 5-star reviewed candy recipe from Elizabeth LaBau. "Homemade Almond Roca candy is even better than the store bought version! This combination of roasted almonds, crunchy toffee, and semisweet chocolate is a winner," she says. Yes!Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
This gluten-free rice crispy bar is flecked with dried strawberries and cut into lovable heart shapes with a cookie cutter, a cheery no-bake Valentine's Day treat!
06 of 09
This decadent gluten-free version of New York cheesecake is an easy recipe and a spectacular, wildly crowd-pleasing dessert. Use packaged gluten-free graham crackers to make the crust.
07 of 09
Gluten and dairy free chocolate cupcakes with vanilla frosting have a classic, moist flavor and are made with less sugar than some cake recipes. This recipe is a good option for kids and adults on GFCF (gluten-free/casein-free) diets. Healthy millet and superfine brown rice flour add nutritional value as well — not bad for cupcakes! I used natural pomegranate sugar to decorate these cupcakes but use any gluten-free decorative sprinkles for a festive, Valentine Day look.
08 of 09
This irresistible recipe from Elizabeth, for homemade Valentine Conversation Hearts, is one of the neatest Valentine Day recipes I've seen. What says LOVE more than a box full of handmade Valentine conversation hearts? I love this recipe! Be sure to watch Elizabeth's "How to Make Conversation Hearts" as a helpful visual aid.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
09 of 09
Kids will love this recipe for heart-shaped Gluten-Free Pepperoni Pizza. Pepperoni "hugs and kisses" spread the delicious gluten-free love.