If food is your love language (and it certainly is mine), I’m sharing 15 Healthy Vegan Valentine’s Day Recipes! You can make these for yourself or a loved one, or even make them together #bonding. Every recipe listed below is vegan, gluten-free and oil-free too. Almost all of these recipes (ok–every single one) is a sweet recipe, because something about Valentine’s Day screams sweet to me. You’ll find recipes for snacks, edible gifts you can bake for loved ones, and some pink breakfast recipes too!
A fun way to send a message to a loved one. 100% customizable cookies perfect for love day, featuring 2 different ways to create a healthier “icing sugar”.
No flour necessary to make these chocolatey, nutella-like cookies. Hazelnut butter, chunks of hazelnuts and melted gobs of chocolate make every bite so decadently delicious.
Salted date caramel. Rich, buttery shortbread. Pinch of salt. Ohhhh yeaaahh ???? The catch? No butter, refined sugar or oils added. Undetectably healthy and so so delicious.
Is there anything better than a warm, gooey, chocolate chip cookie? Not in my book! These mug cookies are a drool worthy way to enjoy that melty chocolate chip cookie sensation and begs for a scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream on top. Grab a spoon and dig in!
A triple layered, perfectly pink breakfast. Feeling fruit more than chocolate? Try this smoothie.
Chocolate covered strawberries are a classic, so I took them to the next level and dipped them in matcha infused vegan white chocolate. Oh, and DIY-ing them will save you a lot of $$$ if you want to gift them to someone!
This one is for serious chocolate lovers only. The most fudgey of all chocolate recipes I’ve shared on the blog to date, with a borderline brownie texture. A recipe that’s great for putting super ripe avocados to use, and getting your chocolate fix in a little more mindfully.
Cake pops, but make them vegan, and healthy! Yes it’s possible and its easier than you’d expect. Make this healthy dupe and thank me later.
Chocolate mousse made with a secret ingredient that adds an extra boost of protein too! If you needed an excuse to eat chocolate, this is it. The best part? You can make this mousse in a pinch!
Brownies made with heart healthy ingredients! Secretly healthy, super rich and moist and one of the most popular recipes on the blog to date. Who says chocolate can’t be healthy?
Dainty pink and white swirls of a cashew based vegan cheesecake. This cheesecake does take some time to make (mostly waiting for things to freeze), but it’s a delicious treat made with zero dairy or added oils. Cheesecake that tastes good and makes you feel good too.
If you’re spending Valentine’s Day somewhere warm, you might try this pretty pink fro-yo!
One of my all time favourite meal prep go-tos. Throw it in a jar the night before, then grab and go in the morning. Easy peasy, tastes like strawberry shortcake, and will actually fuel your morning.
A gorgeous pink twist on bubble tea that’s easier to make at home than you might think! This is a fun new way to give someone a Valentine’s Day rose ????
If you try any of these 15 Healthy Vegan Valentine’s Day Recipes, tag me on Instagram @veggiekins so I can see your delicious re-creations and for a chance to be featured! As always, I love when you share your reviews in the comments below, and if you make any fun substitutions, let me know how it worked out below too!10
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BY Remy • February 11, 2020
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