Valentine’s Day is approaching fast and you want to pull out all the stops to make this day special for your partner. You want them to feel loved and appreciated from the moment they wake up…and what better way to do that then cooking up delicious treats for them throughout the day. A well-fed tummy makes a happy person, after all! Don’t feel discouraged if they’re allergic to gluten. Here are some ideas for delicious gluten-free recipes to show your partner you care.


Start the day with a steaming hot cup of freshly brewed coffee, gluten free strawberry scones and some baked apple cider French toast with apple bread. Picture this- tender and moist strawberry scones full of that delicious fruity berry flavor, the heady smell of apples and cinnamon wafting through the kitchen…just you and your partner enjoying each other’s company on this beautiful, magical morning! Sure, these recipes need some work but the results will be well worth the effort!


Here’s a fun idea for something sweet and savory for Valentine’s Day lunch- gluten free apple pecan bacon chicken. So many textures and different flavors; one bite of this recipe and you’re going to fall in love. Want something soothing and comforting? Whip up a batch of gluten free chicken and dumpling stew and serve it with freshly baked gluten free biscuits. Toss some veggies in for added flavor, and you have yourself a wholesome, hearty and complete Valentine’s lunch! And as a special Valentine’s dessert, make some gluten-free linzer cookies with strawberry filling. Cut the cookie dough into little hearts to make your partner swoon.


Sinful, deep-fried goodness- gluten free chicken fried steak. They say the way to a man’s heart is through his tummy. And if chicken fried steak is what you’re making him for Valentine’s dinner, there’s no doubt that you’ll create a permanent place for yourself in his heart! Some homemade gluten free wonton soup might just be what you need to complete the meal. Toss a quick green salad with some cool, refreshing salad dressing and you’re going to singing a happy tune! Finish the meal with some simple, yet decadent gluten free angel food cake cupcakes. What a great meal!

Adding icing to the cake…

Or the cherry on top, would be gifting your partner thoughtful gluten free gift baskets. Valentine’s Day is a day you go out of your way to make your partner feel loved in every way imaginable. You want them to feel appreciated and cared for, so buying them gluten free gift baskets is a great way to go.

This Valentine’s Day show your partner just how much you love them by doing something special for them. And above all, remember to enjoy it to the fullest!

Author's Bio: 

Melanie Williams is a housewife who has a passion for writing. Ever since she discovered that both her sons are gluten-intolerant she has been researching the subject of gluten intolerance and celiac disease. She has gone through a number of research studies and made an exhaustive list of gluten free products online. For the past two years she has been volunteering her services as a counselor to children with celiac disease and loves to share what she has learned with others. Please feel free to write to Melanie if have any questions about gluten-sensitivities or celiac disease, including where to find gluten free foods