Heart-shaped Donuts for Your SweetHeart: Creative Recipes!

Is it donut or doughnut? No matter how you want to spell it, one thing we can agree upon is that these treats definitely hits a sweet spot on the most romantic day of the year! Whether you prefer them baked or fried, we’ve got you covered below! These doughnut recipes feature all-time favorite flavors in strawberry, vanilla, dark chocolate, and chocolate cherry. So, what are you waiting for?

Baked or Fried? Heart-shaped Donuts for Valentine’s Day!

Hit a Sweet Spot with Valentine’s Donuts with Creative Recipes!

  1. Using cake flour, Whipperberry’s recipe for baked vanilla bean heart-shaped donuts are a cinch to make. She dips the donuts in melted chocolate to create a gorgeous glazed look. Check out her recipe on how she offers up the details to making these perfect treats.
  2. Gluten-free donuts! Smashed Peas and Carrots baked up this doughnut recipe using coconut flour, honey, and vanilla. She then added dark chocolate with coconut oil to make the icing! One of our fave recipes in this post!
  3. These homemade fried yeast donuts are topped off with strawberry icing and sprinkles. See the recipe on Baked by Rachel.
  4. These baked chocolate glazed donuts have a hint of cherry! See how Making Nice in the Midwest creates this recipe using grenadine as a flavoring and coloring agent. Check out the recipe.
  5. Powdered donuts with sweet custard filling! Find this recipe for fried donuts at Taste.com.

5 Creative Tips for Presenting Your Donuts!

  1. Use a tiered cake stand to present them! Vary the colors to create a beautiful presentation.
  2. Wrap them in brown paper bags decorated with stamped hearts! Add a special, handwritten note together with each bag for a thoughtful touch.
  3. Tie them with pretty twine for a chic finishing touch.
  4. Present donuts on a breakfast tray that spells out “love!”
  5. Put donuts in cute, little donut boxes tied with bright red ribbons.

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