Vegan Recipes for Valentine’s Day
We love a store-bought box of chocolates just as much as the next person, but sometimes a little homemade treat is the best thing for the palate, especially on Valentine’s Day. After all, what says “true love” more than spending some time in the kitchen, creating a thoughtful and delectable masterpiece that you and your loved one can enjoy together? We’ve found a several great sources that will hook you up with some scrumptious, vegan recipes on V-day!
Oh She Glows
The tagline of Oh She Glows is, “Glow from the inside out” – and you can rest assured that they want you to do just that. Eating healthy, whole ingredients that are good for you and your environment, are a huge part of that, so they’ve crafted several delicious vegan recipes that will leave you wanting more. Vegan chocolate chip cookies, vegan chocolate cupcakes with salted buttercream icing, salted chocolate avocado pudding bowls, and no-bake chocolate fudge cookies are just a few worth mentioning from their web site!
Food & Wine
Food and wine is a one stop shop for many, and certainly includes more than brilliant vegan recipes, though those are definitely great options on the site. Some of our favorites include Porcini-and-Pecan Pate, Vegan Pumpkin Soup with Toasted Coconut, Nordic Winter Vegetable Soup, Twice-Cooked Broccoli with Hazelnuts and Garlic, and Braised Baby Artichokes with Tomato Coulis; now those will definitely impress on Valentine’s Day!
The kind folks at Gourmandelle want to eat healthy together with you, so they’ve created a range of vegetarian and some vegan
recipes for every taste bud. If you want to surprise your significant other with a homemade vegan recipe for two, Gourmandelle has you covered with Vegan Bolognese, Spicy Carrot Penne Pasta with Mustard and Parsnip Sauce, and Skinny Brownies to name a few!
Serious Eats accommodates many different diets, but they do have a strong selection of vegan recipes, specifically for Valentine’s Day. Our favorite part of Serious Eats Vegan Valentine’s recommendations? They’re broken up into food category, not randomly displayed. This means you can pick from food genre .¨ Vegan Pasta, Vegan Comfort Food, Vegan Sichuan Feast… there’s something for everyone!
Keepin’ It Kind
The lovely lady behind this blog dedicated to “kind food and kind world” has pulled out all the stops with her blog post including the Perfect Vegan Valentine’s Day Menu. Celebrate all day long with her recommended meals: for example, Baked Apple Cinnamon Raisin French Toast Oatmeal for breakfast; Portobello Carpaccio Pizza for lunch; Seitan Ragout Portobello Bowls with Garlic Arugula Nests for dinner; and Red Velvet Cupcakes with Sugar-free Cream Cheese Frosting for dessert. And just like that – a whole day’s worth of menus planned, and it’s a special one!