Whether you’re baking for the family or a whole bunch of kids, these Valentine’s Day cupcakes are a great way to show your love. Not only are cupcakes great for beginners, they’re also easy to transport and decorate, making them the ideal treat for classroom parties, office gatherings or brunches out with the girls.
From traditional to modern, chocolate covered to wine-infused, these Valentine’s Day treats really take the (cup) cake!
Make chocolate cupcakes even better by topping them with a candy-coated strawberries. Serve these cupcakes with a glass of sparkling Champagne for the perfect Valentine’s Day dessert.
The chocolate in these cupcakes is so nice that we said it twice! A decadent chocolate cupcake is topped with a creamy chocolate frosting for a dessert that will please kids and adults alike.
These yellow cupcakes get a blast of flavor from raspberry preserves mixed into the icing. Top your cupcakes with a fresh raspberry and you’re good to go.
Light and airy, these angel food cupcakes are a delicious dessert that won’t weigh you down. Top them with fresh berries for a little dash of color and flavor.
Classic rosettes, pink ruffles and sprinkles made of hearts top these simple, yet beautiful cupcakes. With several techniques to choose from, this is a great project for practicing your piping skills.
Piled high with ruffles and rosettes, these Valentine’s Day cupcakes are a great way to share your love. In different shades of pink, these cupcakes also sport a little candy heart for a perfect crowning touch.
The kids are sure to love these cute Marshmallow Unicorn Cupcakes. Decorated with store-bought marshmallows and simple piping techniques, these easy Valentine’s Day cupcakes are magical in every way.
Forgo real flowers this Valentine’s Day and treat your special someone to a bouquet of floral cupcakes. Decorated with colorful mums and roses made using the Easy Blooms tip set, these cupcakes make a great gift for moms, sisters, wives and friends!
Create a buzz with these cute Bee Mine Valentine’s Day Cupcakes. A tasty chocolate cupcake is topped with a swirl of yellow buttercream, then finished off with a little fondant bee. A cute, edible gift you can make for kids and loved ones, these chocolate cupcakes are just sweet as can bee!
These mini cupcakes look lovely in lace! Simple fondant hearts are topped with a doily, then spray painted with Color Mist Food Color Spray, which gives each heart a unique lacy design. Use these lacy hearts to top homemade (or store-bought) cupcakes, cookies, cakes and more.
Looking for Valentine cupcake ideas with a little humor and fun? Look no further than these personalized His and Hers cupcakes, great for parents, kids or even newlyweds.
Give your foxy Valentine a little something sweet with these Fun and Foxy Cupcakes. Decorated using simple buttercream techniques, this cupcake project is great for beginners and those new to piping.
For an edible Valentine sure to impress, try these Candy-Topped Valentine Cupcakes. Start by making circles using Candy Melts candy, then top each disc with an intricate lacy pattern. Though they may look difficult, these toppers are made using very basic piping shapes, such as dots, lines, waves and hearts.
A love letter is sweet, but an edible letter is better! These quick and easy Valentine’s Day cupcakes are great for giving to family and friends. Use your favorite cupcake recipe or try this decorating technique on store-bought cupcakes to save time.
Even if you can’t find fresh peaches, you can still make these Peach Melba Cupcakes using our delicious Treatology Flavorings. Based on the classic dessert, these Peach Melba Cupcakes are a sweet and refreshing treat for Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) Day!
Caramel and pecan filling transform a chocolate cupcake into a scrumptious Valentine’s Day dessert. Great for sharing with your sweetie or just enjoying on your own, these Candy Heart Turtle Cupcakes are sure to win hearts over!
Don’t forget to check out our other Valentine’s Day dessert ideas!
Which of these Valentine’s Day cupcakes are your favorite? Let us know in the comments below! And if you’re baking cupcakes for Valentine’s Day, don’t forget to share a picture on Instagram and tag us @wiltoncakes.