Uh-oh. Cooking on Valentine's Day for a gluten-free loved one? Don't panic, we've got all the right ideas

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Truffles with chocolate AND wine? Yes please.

Make-your-own pop tarts

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You know it's love when someone makes you homemade pop tarts in a heart-shape! Made with gluten-free banana-flavoured pastry and a cheeky strawberry filling. Mmmmmm.

 

Flippin' tasty pancakes

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There's something irresistible about a stack of pancakes: especially when it only takes 2 ingredients to make them! Here's your recipe, then just add whichever tasty dry ingredients you fancy. Did someone say chocolate chips?

 

Spud love

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If it's possible for a side dish to woo someone, this is it. Super cute rosemary potato hearts are a winner for any day of the week really. 

Show-stopper steak

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This isn't just any steak. This is an uber-steak. Here's the recipe complete with impressive French butter. Meltingly good.

 

Chocolate fudge sauce

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Why fudge sauce? Because it makes almost anything taste awesome. Master this recipe and pour over gluten-free pancakes, ice cream or spoon straight into your mouth. We won't judge.

 

Fancy macaroons

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Your loved one will swoon at your baking skills with these gluten-free macaroons. Cooking like a French patisserie chef? Yep, you've nailed it.

 

Really creamy panacotta

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Lay on the Italian charm with these fruity little panacottas. Topped with raspberries and dusted with icing sugar, they'd easily pass for a restaurant-level dessert. Gluten-free of course.

 

Red wine truffles

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Shop-bought truffles can often contain gluten, so these homemade red wine chocs are a brilliant alternative. They'll probably leave a trail of hundreds and thousands all over the kitchen, but it'll be so worth it.

 

Loved-up cocktails

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This pale pink cocktail takes inspiration from the pisco sour. Finished off with a heart-shaped dusting of cinnamon, it's perfect for raising a romantic toast.