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The Ultimate Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Chocolate List

Updated 2024

by Elyse the Gluten-Free Foodee

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and that may mean either receiving or gifting gluten-free chocolate. To help you navigate your way through the virtual/in-person chocolate shelves, here is the ultimate gluten free Valentine’s Day chocolate list.

No matter if you are shopping for your Valentine, for classroom treats, for your children, friends or gal pals, this list has you covered so you can have a fun; yet safe Valentine’s Day or Galentine’s Day celebration.

Keep in mind, that even with products on the “safe” list of our ultimate gluten-free Valentine’s Day chocolate list, if it involves a pretzel, crumbs, cookie, cake, or another item that is commonly made with wheat/gluten, do not buy/eat it, unless it is labelled gluten free.

Previously, we have shared the ultimate gluten-free chocolate list and the ultimate gluten-free candy list, which have a wider array of products. Today’s ultimate gluten-free Valentine’s Day chocolate list focuses on chocolate treats, which are traditionally the most popular Valentine’s gift.

Use this list as a guideline; however, you should always read the label to ensure that the product is made gluten-free in your area. Manufacturing formulations can be different between countries and/or can change with special or holiday versions of products. Also, recipes and manufacturing practices can change, so it’s always a good idea to check the labels.

Remember when reading any food labels (chocolate or otherwise) you want to know the alternative names for gluten, and what “may contain” vs. “contains” means. You may even want to use a scanner app to help you decipher if a product is safe. Check out the other tactics and practices to avoid gluten in our Ultimate Gluten Free Guide for Beginners and 15 Steps for going gluten-free.

DISCLAIMER: Also, products that are labelled gluten-free are clearly indicated on the list. Other products simply do not contain gluten in the ingredients but are not labelled gluten-free. Most of the chocolate on this list is manufactured in facilities, or on equipment that is also used to manufacture products which contain gluten. Please be sure to determine if it is safe for your own personal consumption.

The Ultimate Gluten-Free Valentine’s Day Chocolate List

Note: Not all chocolate brands are available in every area. This list contains products from Canada, the United States of America and some from the UK.

Alter Eco

Amanda’s Own Confections


Benjamissimo chocolates

Booja-Booja chocolate



Carmit Candy



Enjoy Life Foods

Fetcha Chocolates


Frankford Candy

“All applicable statements are listed on our packaging. If an allergen statement is not listed, the product is free of the 8 major allergens, including peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, milk, egg, wheat and soy.”



Galerie Au Chocolat


Gerrit J. Verburg Co


The listed chocolate does not contain gluten in the ingredients.






Laura Secord



Does not include gluten in its ingredients, but is not labelled gluten free.


Does not include gluten in its ingredients, but is not labelled gluten free.

Madelaine Chocolate  Company

The following are not labelled gluten-free, but the ingredients do not contain gluten.



No Whey Foods

Palmer Chocolate

Pearson’s Candy

Queen Anne Cordials

Regal Confections

“All Tootsie Roll products (with the exception of Andes products) are gluten-free. All Rockets Candy products are gluten-free. If you are following a gluten-free diet, pay particular attention to the ingredient list of your product, in order to confirm that it is gluten-free.”

Russell Stover

“Most of our products do not contain gluten from added ingredients. Those that do contain wheat gluten, such as S’mores clearly show the presence of wheat in the ingredient listings.
However, please be aware that products containing wheat are produced on equipment that is also used to make our other products. So, we cannot rule out the possibility of cross-contact, despite efforts to prevent it. Because of that possibility, we do not declare any of our products to be gluten-free. Please check the ingredient listing and also check the May Contain information on our package.”

See’s Candy

“Candies produced in See’s Candies facilities do not contain gluten, and these products are the vast majority of those we sell. We sell a small number of specialty candies that we purchase from other partner confectioners. Although these don’t contain gluten, they are manufactured in shared facilities or shared equipment with gluten-containing products. These products are candy canes, peanut butter bites, lemon drops, apple pie bites, Hanukkah hard candy, hot cocoa, and chocolate-covered coffee beans sold in our retail shops and online at Sees.com.”


Sweets Quality Candies

“Sweet’s uses time-tested recipes that are kosher and gluten-free. We serve a variety of health needs, including sugar-free, Non-GMO, gluten-free candy, and non-artificial colourings. We also consistently pass the world’s highest standard for food safety, the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety. “

Theo Chocolate

Listed on its website as gluten free; however, the facility is not gluten free.


UNREAL brand



Remember that making a basket of treats, filling Valentine’s Day-themed containers, or even Valentine’s treat bags are a cute way to present your treats and make them extra special.

Hopefully, with the help of this ultimate gluten-free Valentine’s Day chocolate list you, and those you gather with, can have a fun and safe holiday.
Are there any other brands or varieties of chocolate that you would add to our ultimate gluten-free Valentine’s Day chocolate list?
Please let us know in the comments.
In sharing information, we can help educate each other and live full and safe gluten-free lives.

Happy Valentine’s Day

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