Want to make an easy and allergy friendly treat for your loved ones on Valentine’s Day? Try our Strawberry White Chocolate Hearts! These have only 2 ingredients, are easy to make, and are top 8 allergen free.
Hey friends, we have another great Valentine’s Day recipe for you! Our Strawberry White Chocolate Hearts are a super easy and fun way to surprise your friends or family with a homemade treat for Valentine’s Day.
Our Strawberry White Chocolate Hearts are free of the top 8 food allergens, and they’re vegan as well and super easy to make. This would be a fun recipe to make with your kids!
Read on for tips on how to make these strawberry chocolates and fun ways to change them up.
How to make strawberry white chocolate hearts
Our strawberry white chocolates are super easy to make! Just a few steps to make these allergy friendly chocolates:
- Grind some freeze dried strawberries into powder in a small blender or food processor (we use a NutriBullet).
- Melt your dairy free white chocolate, this is easier using a double boiler method than a microwave. We use the Nestle Simply Delicious white chocolate chips. I just use a heat-safe bowl inside a saucepan with a little water.
- Once your white chocolate has melted, allow it to cool. It will be liquid still but not hot.
- Whisk in your strawberry powder.
- Pour into heart shaped silicone molds, chill until set. Then store in an airtight container.
It takes a little time to melt the white chocolate and chill to set everything, but overall it’s a very simple process and is super easy to make.
Some people don’t like the taste of the Nestle Simply Delicious white chocolate chips. We don’t mind them, but if you don’t like the taste of that brand, Pascha makes rice milk white chocolate you can use instead, and No Whey! makes a dairy free white chocolate as well.
Variations for our strawberry white chocolate
There are quite a few ways to make this recipe a little bit different if you want to try some fun variations!
If you’d like to add a little more holiday decoration to these for Valentine’s Day, you can sprinkle on some pink and white sprinkles onto the top of the chocolate before it sets. Or mix the sprinkles in with the chocolate before you pour it into the mold for a little crunch in your chocolate.
You can even pour this chocolate into strawberry molds for a fun spring party treat or Mother’s Day gift!
Another fun way to make these a little different is by covering them with a layer of dark chocolate after the white chocolate has set so they’ll look like a layered chocolate truffle.
If you’d like to make these strawberry chocolates sugar free, you can make your own dairy free and sugar free white chocolate to use in this recipe. So far I haven’t found a dairy free and sugar free white chocolate available for sale.
Check out our other great Valentine’s Day recipes!
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- Strawberry Cupcakes
- Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade (Low Sugar)
- Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes with Granola Crust
- 95 Dairy Free and Gluten Free Strawberry Recipes
Strawberry White Chocolate Hearts (Dairy Free)
- 1/2 cup dairy free and allergy friendly white chocolate chips (I used the Nestle brand)
- 1/3 cup freeze dried strawberries
- Put freeze dried strawberries in a food processor or blender and process until powdered. You won't use all the powder, just set aside 1 Tablespoon of powder.
- Melt the white chocolate in the microwave in 40 second increments until melted, or melt using the double boiler method. I use a bowl inside a saucepan with a little water, this seems to work better than the microwave.
- Once melted, remove the white chocolate from the heat and allow the white chocolate to cool for about 20 minutes. It should still be liquid but not hot.
- Whisk 1 Tablespoon of strawberry powder into the white chocolate and pour into silicone heart molds.
- Refrigerate until set, then store and serve at room temperature.
Sarah Jane Parker is the founder, recipe creator, and photographer behind The Fit Cookie. She’s a food allergy mom and healthy living blogger based in Wyoming. Sarah is also an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Revolution Running certified running coach, and an ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist