Valentine’s Day Cupcakes

Valentine's Day Cupcakes

My birthday is the day after Valentine’s Day, so I like to think of the Valentine’s Day cupcakes I make as my pre-birthday cake (yes, any excuse to eat more cake!). Hearts, sprinkles, sugars, pink and red candies, pink icing, red velvet, let’s face it, it’s all delicious!

Thinking you’d like to bake something for Valentine’s but not sure what? Our round-up is sure to have a recipe you will love!

heart inside
Photo Source: Bake It In A Cake

Heart In A Cupcake. These creative vanilla bean cupcakes from Bake It In A Cake have a heart right inside! Slice them open to reveal this perfect Valentine’s Day surprise.

heart sprinkles
Photo Source: The Adirondack Chick

Heart Sprinkles.  The Adirondack Chick shows you how to easily use a cupcake cookie cutter to create a heart on top of your cupcakes with sugar crystals.

pink velvet
Photo Source: Hoosier Handmade

Pink Velvet Cupcakes. We’ve all heard of red velvet, but how about making these pink velvet cupcakes from Hoosier Homemade this year?

conversation hearts
Photo Source: Craftster

Conversation Heart Cupcakes.  A great idea from Craftster– use conversation hearts to personalize these.

choc strawberry
Photo Source: Say Not Sweet Anne

Strawberry Covered Chocolate Cupcakes. These decadent chocolate cupcakes from Say Not Sweet Anne are given a Valentine’s Day facelift by piping smooth and fruity strawberry frosting on top. This tastes like a chocolate dipped strawberry, only in cupcake form.

Image 3Chocolate Covered Cherry Cupcakes. Know a major chocolate lover? This recipe from Curly Girl Kitchen is definitely for them. It starts out with a moist chocolate cake with just a splash of cherry juice, which is then dipped in a chocolate ganache, and cherry frosting, sprinkles, and a cherry are added on top. Talk about mouthwatering…!

Photo Source: Mini Baker

Valentines Day Cupcakes In A Jar. This creative idea from Mini Baker would be perfect to pass out to friends. Strawberry cake and cream cheese frosting are layered in a mason jar.

Photo Source: Hoosier Homemade

Valentine Cocktail Cupcake. This clever idea from Hoosier Homemade bakes the cupcakes right in the cocktail glasses! Don’t worry, they are liquor free and totally yummy for the kids, too! Add sprinkles to the rim, frost them, and they are ready to drink eat.

cone cupcakes
Photo Source: Spend It With Pennies

Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes. Or how about baking your red velvet cupcakes in an ice cream cone? This idea from Spend It With Pennies is perfect for parties, classrooms, and kids!

Photo Source: Hello Cupcake

Box Of Chocolates Cupcakes. This fabulous idea from Hello Cupcake shows us how to turn cupcakes into a box of candy! Frost them with chocolate ganache or dip them in chocolate, decorate them to look like candies and place them in a heart shaped box for the person you love most.

Photo Source: Betty Crocker

X And O Cereal Cupcakes. This easy idea from Betty Crocker uses the Xs in Lucky Charms and the Os from Cheerios to create these hugs and kisses masterpieces perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Photo Source: Baily Ana Cakes

Candy Kiss Cupcakes. Pick up a lip mold from your local cooking store to create these unique vanilla bean cupcakes with candy lips on top! Pucker up and try this recipe from Bailey Ana Cakes.


  1. Looks amazing! I would love to receive these cupcakes for Valentine’s Day. I’ll bet they taste amazing.


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