These sweet and romantic vegan Valentine’s Day recipes will be perfect for yourself and your loved ones.
Vegan Valentine’s Day Recipes
The 14th of February is the day of love. Whether you spend it with your significant other/children/siblings/best friends/alone, it should be about love. But even if you don’t feel like spending it with anyone else, you can always make it about the love of delicious, cruelty-free vegan desserts.
These vegan Valentine’s Day Recipes are luscious, creamy and sweet. You are in for a treat!
1. Love Martini
These heart shaped strawberries are just too cute for words. You can even make this drink alcohol-free, so it’s good for kids too.
Crepes with fruit are the perfect choice if you want to serve breakfast in bed. They are delicious but at the same time beautiful.
A hearty and impressive strawberry cake that you will just want to keep eating.
Pro tip: sprinkle some edible hearts on anything to make them irresistibly romantic.
This self-saucing pudding is an impressive treat that will earn you compliments from your sweetheart for weeks to come.
Not an experienced chef or just hate spending time in the kitchen? Don’t worry. This pie is ridiculously easy to put together without compromising on the tastiness.
A beautiful and divine ombre drink that is a great addition to any dessert or dinner.
Roses other than being super romantic are also very tasty. This ice cream would be perfect served on top of some brownies or cakes.
Pink pancakes? Oh yes, please!
The good thing about cakes (next to the delicious sweetness) is that you can let your imagination run wild when it comes to decorating.
11. Chocolate Fondue
If you are not one to make multi-layered cakes or treats that require hours in the kitchen, just make this choco fondue and buy some berries. Perfectly spoiling.
12. Red Velvet Cake
A moist and fluffy cake that is shining in the colors of love. What else do you need?
Some vodka and strawberries are always a good idea when it comes to Valentine’s Day.
A pleasant dessert that works as a fancy breakfast too.
So simple, yet so romantic. It’s hard to stop eating these beautiful chocolate hearts.
Not everything has to be red on V-day. Caramel is just as a perfect main ingredient in desserts.
These chocolate dipped cherries are almost like jewels. They are so elegant and pretty, it’s hard to eat them.
You can never go wrong with a creamy dessert that is layered and has coconut with strawberries in it.
Step up your dessert game with this amazing 3D strawberry cupcake.
Red wine is probably the most romantic drink ever, so it’s only fitting that you choose it as a base. Making Sangria is a really nice way to make it more flavorful.
Surprisingly, peanut butter and strawberries go really well together.
Macarons are a bit more complicated to make, than your average dessert but these pink ladies totally worth it.
This light purple blackberry flavored buttercream goes so good with the chocolate muffin, it might just become your new favorite cupcake recipe.
24. Strawberry Rose
After you master this creative and gorgeous strawberry rose, you can upgrade literally any dessert to an impressive treat.
26. Turkish Delight
Parfaits are good go-to desserts for any occasions. Basically, you only need an elegant glass and you can fill it up carefully with tasty layers.
28. Heart Pie Pops
These heart shaped little sweets will show anyone without words how much you care about them.
Gift a boozy treat with these fab red vine truffles to your Valentine.
These tasty truffles are great if you want to give them to kids or adults who don’t consume alcohol.
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What are your favorite Vegan Valentine’s Day Recipes? Let me know in the comments!