Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! You know what that means? It’s time to shower your loved ones with chocolate and cheesecake….
I’ve compiled a few delicious plant-based desserts from some bloggers I enjoy following. I think these recipes will definitely let your loved ones know how you feel about them!
Creme Brûlée is basically synonymous with Valentine’s Day. This veganized version will blow you and your loved one away this Valentine’s day, trust me.
These 2 ingredient dark chocolate truffles are perfect if you find yourself craving chocolate on Valentine’s Day but don’t want to make an elaborate dessert. My recommendation? Make a batch of these the day before and leave them in the fridge so you know you have a little bit of chocolate-y goodness when you need it.
Not only are these red velvet cheesecake bites delicious, they’re also stunning! The cheesecake base is made of cashews and coconut milk so they’re super creamy!
With all of these heart health benefits, Wild Blueberries truly are the perfect food to incorporate into Valentine’s Day, a day that’s all about being good to your heart and to the ones you love! And these energy bars have you covered on both counts!
You really can’t go wrong with brownies on Valentine’s Day. They’re the perfect way to wrap up the day with your loved one. Have them with a glass of almond milk, a hot cup of tea…or a glass of red wine.
Need a nice and portable snack to bring to the office or send to school with your kiddos? Look no further than these double chocolate cookies. They’re quite the crowd pleaser!
This chocolate hazelnut pudding pie is a go-to recipe for me when I’m in the mood to make something that tastes truly indulgent but is kinda pretty good for you. The secret ingredient? Tofu. (I’m serious!) You can’t taste it and it gives this pudding pie the best texture.
You or your loved one not a big chocolate fan? (While I don’t get it, I know there are people out there who don’t chocolate) This recipe for strawberry shortcake is perfect for you! Pro tip: Cut the strawberries into little hearts.
I’m a huge fan of no-bake anything and these cake pops are so much fun — plus they require a quarter of the effort compared to regular cake pops! They’re much, much healthier, too. These red velvet cake pops are coated in chocolate and are very “on theme” with Valentine’s Day.
These bars will fulfill your need for something a little sweet, a little crunchy, and a little chocolate-minty. Peppermint is my absolute love, so they’re perfect for a healthier treat to have on hand on Valentine’s Day.