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Top 5 Vegan Valentine’s Day Recipes For Romantic Eats


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There’s no better way to celebrate the day of love than with some delicious eats – which have to be vegan, of course.

While there are some special vegan Valentine’s Day treats in stores, there’s nothing quite like whipping up your own feast.

We’ve compiled a list of delicious recipes you can share with a partner, friend, or anyone special.

1.Vegan Strawberry Shortcake by Ceara’s Kitchen

This delicious recipe is easier to make than it looks – with just five recipes. It combines the crispy, sweet biscuit with plump refreshing strawberries and rich coconut cream.

Perfect as a dessert, with an afternoon tea, or simply enjoyed with a cuppa.

2. Cheerful Vegan Nachos by Oh She Glows

What could be more romantic than snuggling with your loved one and sharing a platter of delicious food?

These nachos are smothered in cool avocado, robust green onions, and flavorful pickled jalapeños – the perfect date night plate.

3. Miso aubergines by BBC Good Food

Fancy something with a bit of that unmistakable umami flavor? This tasty offering combines a ‘meaty’ aubergine texture with complex brown miso, and just a hint of chilli heat.

Served with giant cous cous, it makes a great main course that isn’t too heavy.

4. Vegan Truffle Mac & Cheese by The Edgy Veg

Gooey and shareable, with the sophisticated flavor of truffle, this dish makes a perfect Valentine’s Day meal.

Even better than that, despite how fancy it sounds, according to The Edgy Veg, it’s an easy meal to put together.

5. 5-Ingredient White Chocolate Truffles by The Minimalist Baker

Creamy, rich, and sweet, these easy to make truffles make a sumptuous end to a vegan Valentine’s Day feast.

They are made with macadamia nuts, coconut, cocoa butter, sugar, and vanilla.

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Maria Chiorando

Maria is the former editor for Plant Based News. She has been a newspaper reporter and features writer. Her work has been published by The Guardian and The Huffington Post, among others

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