I have 9 of the Best Ever Vegan Valentine Day dessert recipes, all right here for you to peruse. Which recipe looks the best to you?
Valentine’s day is a good excuse to eat something sweet – I know, but I need something sweet every once in a while. Valentine’s Day is a fun time to take just a little extra time to make something special, or NOT. I have 9 Vegan Valentine Day dessert recipes and one or two of them have to be what you are looking for. Some of these recipes are super easy to make and others require a bit more time to prepare.
Valentine’s Day is a good time to make something special for those special people in your life. Whoever that certain special Valentine of yours might be. Maybe you just want to make a treat for your neighbors.
I remember one year I decided I wanted to make some heart-shaped sugar cookies for my family. I drove to the store to get the things I needed. When I came out of the store my car wouldn’t start.
After I waited for someone to come and figure out what the problem was and get it fixed (dead battery). I wasn’t much in the mood to make cookies after I finally got home. Hopefully, your Valentine’s Day will turn out better than mine did that year.
I have Vegan Valentine Day dessert recipes for cookies, chocolate cake and a bunch of unusual special desserts. You have got to check out the chocolate and strawberry recipes. I bet you haven’t seen so many Vegan hearts in your life. Which of these is your favorite?
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Vegan Valentine Day Dessert Recipes
1. Almond Linzer Cookies – The Whinery
These festive cookies have two layers of almond cookies with jam or marmalade in the middle of the cookies. You can choose the flavor of these cookies based on what jam or marmalade you choose to put on them or even make multiple flavors with ease so each person can have the kind they want! I love raspberry and strawberry jam recently so these look great to me.
2. Pink Velvet Cupcakes – Connoisseurus Veg
These cupcakes are the vegan and vanilla version of red velvet cupcakes because a traditional red velvet uses chocolate for the cupcakes they turn out to be a dark red so when you make vanilla instead it makes this beautiful vibrant color. The best part is this recipe uses a beet for a natural coloring instead of the artificial stuff. The frosting on these cupcakes are simple and light which is pretty much always my complaint when it comes to cakes.
3. Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Peanut Butter Ganache – Vegan Richa
I don’t know what is more iconic for Heart Day dessert than a decadent chocolate cake. This cake also includes a chocolate peanut butter ganache with fruit preserves in it as well to add to the flavor. This sounds like a fantastic combination of flavor that is please those who eat it.
4. Raspberry Truffle Dessert for Two – Unconventional Baker
This next dessert is a no-bake, mix together and freeze simple treat you can make in a pinch and still really enjoy it. It is simply raspberries with the chocolate mixture over the top. This would be a good dessert for someone who wants to impress someone for the big day but doesn’t bake or have time to. It is also a good last minute treat to make when things don’t go as planned and you still want to have a small treat.
5. Raspberry Coconut Panna Cotta – Elephantastic Vegan
The next one on my list is a recipe that is not baked but boiled and simmers and doesn’t take very long. It is raspberry flavored which is one of my favorites and I love this recipe calls for frozen raspberries instead of fresh ones because I am more likely to have those on hand when I want to make a delicious treat like this.
6. Healthy Valentine’s Day Candy – The Vegan 8
This next one is a fun idea, I thought was creative and cute. It is the idea of chocolate covered strawberries but with words and symbols instead of just dipping them. It takes them to the next level being like those pure sugar sweetheart candies with messages on them but you can make your customizable words or phrases for your partner or friends.
7. Red Velvet Cake – Loving It Vegan
This is a classic red velvet vegan cake recipe decorated with maraschino cherries. This cake will last about a week in the refrigerator which means it will make for a good leftover if you don’t eat the whole cake for a special occasion. I used to love having cake in the morning for breakfast!
8. Raw Chocolate Gojii and Raspberry Bark – Vegu Kate
Here we have a raw chocolate bark that includes gojii and raspberries in it. This is great to make ahead of time and keep in the candy dish for guests who come to visit or a delicious simple snack. I think this would be a good recipe to try adding chopped almond pieces to. I might just have to try that!
9. Chocolate Créme Filled Strawberries – The Fitchen
The last one on our list is as simple as it sounds strawberries that are piped with a chocolate cream. YUM! It would be fun to combine this recipe with piping chocolate messages on the outside of the strawberries from #6 on this list!