Your Gluten-Free Valentine Sweets Menu

Your Gluten-Free Valentine Sweets Menu

Are you ready for Valentine’s Day, sweetheart? Here’s a clickable collage of everything you need for that special someone. Hover over each photo to see the title, and click to open a new window with the post & recipe.

Everything from gluten free lava cakes to gluten free cheesecake, red velvet cakes (whoopie pies and cupcakes, too!) and tiramisu to easy-but-fancy pink and white “black & white” cookies, your Valentine Sweets Menu is complete! Oh, and one more Valentine’s recipe tomorrow, just in time for the Big Day. And it’s a good one.


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  • Cynthia
    February 16, 2013 at 12:07 AM

    Nicole…Ok had to tell you I made the whoopie pies for valentines day for the boys…they had the sugar cookies on the 13rd followed with whoopie pies on the 14th.

     Anyhow…now to the point…I used the BabyCakes Whoopie pie maker. Camden got it as a gift for christmas from Santa…smart guy Santa is…I go to break it in on the 14th and was impressed. I love the donut maker but this one rocks too!!! Just had to share….
    Thanks for everything…

  • […] do), start watching it closely at 25 minutes so it doesn’t burn.Even though we already did a Valentine’s Day Sweets Menu, this smooth and decadent cake is just too good not to share. ‘Cause you know, you can […]

  • Terry Evans
    February 12, 2013 at 8:21 PM

    Did I miss something?  I can’t find the recipe for the cupcake frosting, or is it simply whipped cream with some sugar added?

    • gfshoestring
      February 12, 2013 at 8:43 PM

      It’s a classic buttercream frosting, Terry, assuming you’re talking about the frosting on the red velvet cupcake. I did not include a recipe for the frosting in that post. 

  • Moe Moe
    February 12, 2013 at 4:52 PM

    Where are the frosting recipes?

    • gfshoestring
      February 12, 2013 at 7:24 PM

      There are several frosting recipes on the blog, Moe. Just use the search function.

  • Carole
    February 12, 2013 at 10:08 AM

    Have you ever made the mini chocolate cheesecake as a regular cheesecake???
    Any special hints??? Or baking time ???

    • gfshoestring
      February 12, 2013 at 2:47 PM

      Hi, Carole,
      You can definitely  make the mini chocolate cheesecake as a regular cheesecake. The directions and temperature would be almost the same, just use a greased and lined springform pan wrapped on the outside of the pan with thick foil instead of the glass jars, and instead of 25 minutes it would most likely take closer to 40 minutes. Be sure to use a water bath, still, though. You wrap the outside of the springform pan so the water doesn’t seep inside the pan. :)
      xoxo Nicole

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