Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to say I love you than with Valentine’s Day cupcake recipes! 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!
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cupcakes. Chocolate covered strawberries seem like a Valentine’s Day staple and Live Well Bake Often shows you how to combine your favorite dipped strawberries with a delicious cupcake.
Conversation Heart Cupcakes. A great idea from Mom & Wife– make your own version of conversation hearts to personalize these.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.
Chocolate 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…!
Red Velvet Cake In A Jar. This creative idea from Sugar Hero would be perfect to pass out to friends. Red velvet cake and strawberry cream cheese frosting are layered in a mason jar.
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
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.
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!
Which one is your favorite Valentines Day cupcake recipe?