Just because you’re gluten-free doesn’t mean you need to go without perfect sweet treats on Valentine’s Day! This post is full of delicious gluten-free Valentine’s Day recipes that are delicious and easy to make.
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Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Ideas
These gluten-free Valentine’s Day dessert recipes will make your sweet tooth dance with happiness.
This post even includes other great gluten free Valentine’s Day ideas for celebrating the Holiday when you’re Gluten-free –including Valentine’s Day treats for kids & gluten-free and dairy-free Valentine’s Day dessert options as well!
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Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Recipes
Most of these desserts are chocolate (as it should be on Valentine’s Day) but there are definitely some options for you if chocolate isn’t your thing!
Either way, all these recipes are perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day with some delicious gluten-free treats:
Gluten-Free Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti
This chocolate hazelnut biscotti is the perfect gluten-free treat to pair with your coffee. It has all the delicious coffee-shop flavors.
Plus—it’s a great recipe to bake up ahead of time and just enjoy on Valentine’s Day. This recipe is the perfect gluten-free and dairy-free valentine’s day dessert option.
Note: If you know someone who is gluten-free and LOVES biscotti—you can order them a delicious gluten-free biscotti gift box! Check it out on Amazon here.
White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs
If you’re looking to make a gluten-free Valentine’s Day gift, this treat is the winner!
These White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs are simple to make (only 2 ingredients!) and when used with fresh brewed coffee make a delicious white chocolate mocha drink that rivals overpriced coffee shops!
The recipe makes 6 and is definitely a Valentine’s gift anyone will love! Find the full instructions for White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs here.
Looking for gluten-free Valentine’s Day gifts you don’t have to make? Check out the Ultimate Gift Guide for Someone who is Gluten-Free here!
Coconut Walnut Gluten Free Candy Recipe
If you’re looking for an easy gluten-free Valentine’s day treats for kids to make, this one is the best bet!
See the full recipe and instructions to make these no-bake Coconut Walnut Gluten Free Candies here.
Kids will love helping make this no-bake gluten free candy for Valentine’s Day. They’ll especially love tinting the coconut to be pink and using it to decorate the tops of these candy-coated truffles.
Looking to jazz them up even more? Check out these PERFECT gluten-free sprinkles for Valentine’s Day!
3-Ingredient Espresso Mocha Truffles
If you want an easy gluten-free flourless dessert, these truffles have you covered! Plus, the espresso gives the perfect caffeine kick!
Get the full recipe for Mocha Espresso Truffles here.
Almond Flour Blondies
Not a huge chocolate fan? Try these delicious blondies made with almond flour.
Tip: If you want to make them even more Valentine’s themed, adding just a touch of natural gluten-free red food coloring to make them pink! Try this brand.
The Easiest Gluten-Free Cake (from a mix… yessss!)
Not a fan of baking from scratch? Pick up a boxed gluten-free cake mix or brownie mix and top it with some gluten-free Valentine’s Day sprinkles!
Wanna know which gluten-free cake mixes are the best? Check out my cake mix reviews here.
Non-Recipe Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas
Don’t love spending your time in the kitchen? No problem.
There are some great ideas to bless your gluten-free foodie with some delicious Valentine’s Day treats that you don’t have to make yourself!
Gluten-Free Gift Baskets for Valentine’s Day
These gift baskets by Gluten-Free Palace are fantastic, and there are some great options for kids as well as adults. Click here to see all their gift basket options on Amazon.
Biscotti Gift Box
This gluten-free biscotti gift box looks totally delicious and is simple to order right on Amazon by clicking here.
It comes with an assortment of flavors so your loved one is sure to find something they love!
(please… someone send it to me!)
Gluten-Free Snack Basket (Vegan, Dairy-Free, and Keto Options!)
Wanna send your loved one the ultimate gift basket filled with gluten-free snacks? There are some great options to choose from a variety of price ranges! These are honestly perfect for that college student or teen you want to bless with a Valentine’s Day gift!
Plus, you can choose a:
- gluten-free vegan snack basket
- gluten-free dairy-free snack basket
- or a gluten-free keto snack basket!
So you know you’re getting something your loved one will enjoy!
Order from Your Local Gluten-Free Bakery
Do you have a gluten-free bakery nearby that makes amazing goodies? Now is a GREAT time to give them some business! Order a box of treats (or, pick up a gift card!)
This is the perfect way to give something sweet while supporting a local business.
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