Valentine’s Day Cake Pops

I have a bit of an obsession with making healthy gluten-free cake pops. If you too are a cake pop fan you’re in luck. My quest has continued and I’ve now created these adorable Valentine’s Day Cake Pops.

Valentine’s Day Cake Pops 2 Ways

I’ve used both dark chocolate and white chocolate to make these Valentine’s Cake Pops. If you’re watching your carb intake the dark chocolate version is perfect for you. You may also want to check out my Low-Carb Diet page since it has so many easy recipes that will fit your eating plan. Adults and children love my low-carb cake pops! I make this easy gluten-free cake pop recipe with white chocolate for my boys and they go absolutely gaga for ’em!

valentines day cake pops

Easy Cake Pops Recipe

For these cake pops, I’ve omitted the jam or frosting in the filling that’s typically found in other cake pop recipes. Since I use healthy almond flour in this recipe, the cake is moist enough to hold the cake pop filling together without any jam or frosting to bind it.

Valentine's Day Cake Pops

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Servings 20 cake pops

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Bake Chocolate Cake as directed on page 84 of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook
  • Cool cake completely
  • Once cooled, crumble cake into a large bowl, making sure there are no large pieces
  • Cake mixture will be very moist, no need to add frosting or jam
  • Massage cake mixture with hands
  • Press mixture into heart shaped mold, then remove and transfer to a parchment paper lined plate
  • Place plate of hearts in freezer for 1-2 hours until very solid
  • Remove one heart at a time from freezer
  • Dip ½-inch of the tip of paper lollipop sticks into melted chocolate
  • Insert lollipop stick straight into bottom of heart, pushing about ½-inch deep
  • Dip heart into melted chocolate
  • Make sure chocolate coating meets lollipop stick; this helps secure heart to stick
  • Twirl any excess chocolate off cake pop
  • Apply sprinkles
  • Place stick of cake pop into a styrofoam block
  • Complete with remaining hearts and allow to set completely
  • Serve
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How to Make Cake Pops

If you’re wondering how to make cake pops and you’re a visual learner you’ll want to take a look at Bakerella’s cake pop video. I hope you enjoy these Valentine’s cake pops as much as we do, they’re a huge hit in my household, and I feel happy just looking at them!

More Low-Carb Valentine’s Day Desserts

Here are more low-carb Valentine’s Day Dessert recipes for you!

These gluten-free cake pops are the best. My grandkids love them. They were the hit of their birthday parties.

Comments

60 responses to “Valentine’s Day Cake Pops”

  1. Any recommendations on how to ship these or do you have other recipes that would be better suited for a trip via USPS?

    Thanks for you help :)

    • Hi Sinan,

      These cake pops ship really well during cold weather.

      When I pack them up, I put them in little lollipop bags, tie off with a bow, then package into a box with a lot of parchment paper to cushion.

      My chocolate chip cookies also ship pretty well :-)

      Elana

  2. Your enthusiasm for these is definitely convincing me to try they out. The look awesome!

    Lately my favorite treat are mint cocoa chocolate chip cookies, but who knows…these cake pops could take over :)

  3. Love it! The molds are the best and so happy you have created more gluten free recipes. You make my life so much easier. Thank you for all your hard work, sweat equity, and full belly. Prefer dark chocolate over white so I’ll choose the dark route. Yippee!
    Elana

  4. OMG, I just finished blogging about my first attempt at Gluten Free Birthday Cake Pops, thanks to you and Bakerella, and am now completely in love with these little things. But they’re dangerous – you can’t just eat one! Thank you for opening up my world to cake pops!!!

  5. I want to thank you for combining my two favorite food sites. Really honestly truly “Thank you.”

    I love Bakerella, but really only use that for food porn – or things to bring to parties.

    But now…the options have opened…

    Thank you thank you!

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