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Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Valentine’s Day Doughnuts + a Giveaway!

Valentine’s Day is my kind of holiday—sweets, chocolate and lots of good lovin’. Doughnuts really hit the spot year-round, but there’s something special about heart-shaped ones. Just ask my sweet girl, Chiara! Out of all of the flavors I’ve made through the years (take a look below in the “More Gluten-Free Recipes” box for more recipes), these were her favorite, for sure.

As a sweet surprise, this year I’m giving away these adorable Valentine’s Day “KINDer Box of Chocolates” from my friends over at KIND. I’ve been eating their snack bars since I picked one up in a local Starbucks four years ago. This limited edition box contains 20 bars from the new KIND Nuts & Spices line, including Dark Chocolate Cinnamon Pecan and my personal favorite, Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt. Oh, and don’t forget to play a game of  “he loves me, he loves me not” with the pop-out lid fortune teller!

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Today, I’m giving away 5 KINDer Boxes of Chocolates, each valued at $50. To enter to win, “Like” Silvana Nardone and leave a comment below telling me about your favorite Valentine’s Day treat. The winner will be selected at random on February 14, 2013. Please note: This giveaway is available to U.S. residents only.

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Makes 12


Gluten-free nonstick cooking spray
1½ cups Silvana’s Kitchen Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
1 large egg, at room temperature
¼ cup canola oil or melted unflavored coconut oil
½ cup plus 3 tablespoons milk or nondairy milk
1 tablespoon liquid red food coloring, plus more for the glaze (optional)
2 cups confectioners’ sugar, sifted
Sprinkles, for topping

1. Preheat the oven to 350°. Generously grease two nonstick 6-doughnut, heart-shaped baking pans with cooking spray. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour blend, cocoa, granulated sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the egg, oil, ½ cup milk and food coloring, if using, until smooth. Add to the flour mixture and whisk until combined. Fill each doughnut cup about half full. Bake until golden and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, 10 to 12 minutes. Let cool completely.
3. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the confectioners’ sugar, remaining 3 tablespoons milk and a few drops of food coloring, if using. Dip the doughnuts in the glaze to coat; top with sprinkles.


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73 Comments: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Valentine’s Day Doughnuts + a Giveaway!

Lisa F Said:

I’m making heart shaped sandwish cookies illed with jelly for Valentine’s Day! We love them!

Allison Said:

Can’t wait to try these donuts, they look perfect. I do so love me some Kind bars and eat them all the time. Those boxes are adorable! My favorite Valentine’s Day treat is chocolate-covered orange peel and gf amaretti cookies. Yummy.

Rebekah Shaver Said:

My favorite Valentine’s Day Treats are frosted sugar cookies! I use my old standby recipe using your GF All-Purpose Blend and they are PERFECT, actually even BETTER than the Gluten version!! :) Use heart cookie cutters and some white & pink frosting, so they are fun and pretty!

Krystina Said:

My favorite Valentine’s Day treat was when my husband surprised me and and stayed home from work, cleaned the apt, and made me a special dinner complete with funfetti cake (my favorite-even though it’s from a box). But not that he is GF we will have to make a new favorite treat! :)

Laura Said:

This is my first official gluten free valentines day. I am excited for new ventures!

silvana Said:

Congratulations to the five winners of the giveaway! They have been selected at random using http://www.random.org/ and will be notified through email. Thanks again for entering!

Jasmine W. Said:

My favorite Valentine’s Day treat is anything Gluten-free, vegan, organic, and SWEET :)

Marsha Olsen Wiley Said:

I am simple to please when it comes to Valentine’s Day treats…rich, dark chocolate with or without nuts or mint speaks love to me every time. (Skip the fruit-and-chocolate combos though…no thanks, my palate thinks that’s culinary adultery…apologies to those who like it, but not these taste buds.) I suppose my dear husband is grateful. It’s simple, and he doesn’t have to find a fancy bakery or don an apron. But, like many couples, my culinary love language and my husband’s culinary love language are different. He’s a vanilla guy. And a fruit guy. A fresh bowl of berries and cream can make him twitterpated…cheesecake…blah…unless there’s a raspberry drizzle and fresh berries alongside. Then, he perks up. My son, for whom our world went largely GFCF, is happy with most anything, but he takes after his father in his love for fruit and vanilla. I’m trying to avoid putting too much coloring in things, so I love your strawberry cupcakes and made these beautifully pink beauties for his class last year. This year, I’m experimenting with pink heart cookies naturally colored (and sweetened in part) with the juice of a beet. It may flop. We’ll see. I’m doing a test run tomorrow, but that is the plan. And it always starts with a plan. Donuts…oh yeah…that’s a love language too. Mmmm…looks like I know what’s for breakfast on Thursday Feb 14th. Love it!

Cat MacFarlane Said:

My favourite valentines treat are your amazing GF brownies! I make them into hearts for my daughters. They are delicious!! But I’m going to try these donuts as well! Love!

Anonymous Said:

My favorite Valentine treat has always been anything and everything *chocolate*
This applies to any other holiday as well :-)

Erin Said:

My favorite Valentine’s Day treat really was a guilty pleasure… Brachs JuJube Hearts. Now, sadly, since having to go gluten-free I can no longer have them as they are made in a facility that also processes wheat :(

d Said:

They look delicidous. I haven’t had red velvet cake since going gluten-free 5 years ago.

Evalyn Warden Yanna Said:

Anything dark chocolate brightens up any day, let alone Valentines…

Mandy Sundberg Hodson Said:

Anything with white chocolate!

deb marinucci Said:

I love a really good cupcake!

faithfamilyfibro Said:

My fave valentine treat is anything my daughter makes that day….she is 11 and is really enjoying baking. She is a future cake decorator and loves making cookies and cupcakes and doing fancy decorating. Thank you for an amazing giveaway!

Anne Said:

Chocolate dipped strawberries. Chocolate truffles. Chocolate. Enough said.

Melissa Salyards Said:

My favorite gluten free treat are your chocolate doughnuts with chocolate icing! My kids and other little ones that I take care of have never been able to tell that they were gf. Big hit!

Oanh H. Said:

My favorite Valentine’s day treat is strawberry dipped chocolate with heart sprinkles.

Jill Jones Said:

I’ll always be happy with chocolate covered strawberries on V-Day! And I can’t wait to try the kinder bars. YUM.

Rhonda Imbeault Said:

My favorite Valentines treat is having someone make a meal for me! It would not hurt if there were a box of chocolates or jube jubes included for dessert!

Leah Said:

Brownie covered Oreos. Buy the Newmans Own GF Oreos and buy a GF brownie mix and voila! A yummy gluten free treat and no one will know the difference.

Leah B Said:

I’m a chocolate NUT! So anything covered in extra dark chocolate is my go-to!

Angela Said:

My fav is anything with Chocolate on it, raisens, cranberries, peanut butter, pretzels, cherries. I have just found the taste for Dark Chocolate in the last couple of years, now I prefer Dark over milk.

Cristi Perkins Said:

Home made pecan pie muffins and home made ice cram. We are in Texas…yall

Julie Said:

I love conversation hearts! And, of course, chocolate!

Mary S Said:

My favorite Valentine’s treat is anything made with sinfully rich chocolate.

Megan Kudrolli Said:

Ooh… Godiva chocolate dipped strawberries and a champagne cocktail! (But maybe these donuts will give that a run for it’s money! You really are the BEST for sharing all these great recipes with us!)

Heather Said:

caramel filled chocolates are the best…well, anything chocolate is good =)

Linda Said:

I like you on facebook and my favorite treat is dark chocolate

Joann Ianniello Said:

The recipes you share with us are already a treat in themselves. Amazing how a challenge for your son turned out to be a blessing for so many via your book, recipes and blog. I enjoy dark chocolate and do like strawberries dipped in chocolate. May go to the nearby restaurant with friends and have a chocolate fondue party with fresh fruit :) I have already “liked” you on Fb. Joann

Karen Said:

Time with the people I love. That is the best. Second to Lily’s Chocolate bars and Kind bars…it’s a day to day thing which of those two I favor but people come out on top every time!

Mindy Said:

I love orangettes and anything chocolate on valentines day.

Laura H Said:

We always had cherry flavored jelly hearts for Valentines Day.

Todd O. Said:

My favorite Valentines treat would be a chocolate cake with chocolate chips and chocolate fudge icing or buttercream icing, yum!

Karen Taylor Said:

Chocolate covered strawberries are the best. This year I am trying heart shaped GF cutouts. Wish me luck!

Courtney Said:

ANY kind of chocolate on Valentine’s Day is my favorite.

Carolsue Said:

I love chocolate covered cherries!

Judy McClelland Said:

I love chocolate in any form! I equate Valentine’s with chocolates. Yummy!

Kristen O Said:

I love mint chocolate. However I really enjoy chocolate covered peanut butter such as eggs. I am hoping to try these doughnuts because I have been missing them since gf

Carol Said:

My favorite treat….that is simple. Anything that won’t make me sick after eating it!

Emily Said:

my favorite treat for Valentine’s Day has to be dark chocolate-dipped strawberries…my two favorite foods – together! but really, anything my husband gives me is always fantastic.

leslie Said:

I love chocolate! Dark yummy chocolate!

Joy Switala Said:

My favorite Valentine’s treat? Chocolate candy. If you ever have a chance to try Romolo’s Chocolates in Erie, PA, they are my favorite! I’ve had See’s candy, Godiva, and the now defunct Quality Candy of Wisconsin fame, and Romolo’s beats them all, hands down.

Dawn Said:

Chocolate…especially the kinds with sea salt, like Chocolove almonds and sea salt in dark chocolate!

Andrea A Said:

Can’t wait to make these for my 6 loves (hubby and 5 kids)!

Ttrockwood Said:

My favorite valentines treat is champagne and and chocolate covered strawberries!

Christie Said:

Anything that involves dark chocolate :)

sunducky Said:

GF cheesecake!

Sandy Said:

My favorite GF treat is cheesecake, or anything chocolate, like Flourless Chocolate Cake,
or chocolate candy. However, our treats must also be low carbs for my husband.

Byrmom Said:

I love soft cutout cookies, will make them for my grandchildren using a gluten, dairy free recipe this year since 2 of my grandkids are GF/CF due to Autism!
Love them!

Jan Talbot Said:

Nutella chocolate chip cookies with walnuts. Yum!

Amber Gillespie Said:

My favorite Valentine’s treat is decadent dark chocolate.
Thanks from karmakaytlyn (at) yahoo (dot) com.

Chrys Hovestol Said:

My very favorite Valentine treat is right out of your Cooking for Isaiah Cookbook. It is the Chocolate Mousse Cloud Pie with a Chocolate Cookie Crust. It is so rich and delicious and nobody can tell it doesn’t have dairy or gluten.

Kerin Hoffman Said:

anything chocolate .

Christin Holt Said:

My favorite Valentine cookie has been heart shaped oatmeal cookies with coconut frosting, my MIL used to always make these. My new favorite will be your thin mint cookies!

rachel Said:

I love making heart-shaped scones. :) Great way to start the day!

Lily Said:

I have to admit, a classic box of chocolates has always been my favorite for Valentine’s day :)

Sheila K. Said:

My favorite Valentine’s Day treat is chocolate-covered cherries!

Donna L Said:

My favorites are chocolate dipped strawberry.

Anna Said:

Anything chocolate!

Stephanie Said:

What a great giveaway!
Cute donuts!

Christina Said:

I am making your chocolate mousse pie recipe for Valentine’s Day. Can’t wait! Who doesn’t love chocolate?

Bernie Said:

Chocolate mousse and chocolate covered strawberries!!

sandra Said:

chocolate truffles

julie Said:

anything chocolate especially chocolate covered strawberries

Ella Said:

While chocolate is my favorite, this year I’m making a pineapple ginger ice cream cake for my boyfriend. Colored red, of course. It’s melty, crunchy and pineapple is his favorite

Kelly Culbertson Martinek Said:

Anything dark chocolate is my favorite. This year I am making dairy-free red velvet cupcakes.

Madeline Said:

I like just about any dark chocolate, especially artisanal chocolates. I “like” your Facebook page (FB name: Madeline Brubaker).
madelinebrubaker {at} gmail (dot) com

manda Said:

I like chocolate anything!

Karin Goodman Said:

My family loves your doughnuts. I make up a big batch and they freeze wonderfully, what is left. Where did you get your heart shaped doghnut pan? I love the look of these. Will have to buy one to have for next year.

silvana Said:

At this time, all entries are closed.

Thanks everyone for entering the KINDer Box of Chocolates giveaway! I will follow up with the 5 winners by Monday, February 18.

Talk soon,
Silvana

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