Valentine’s Day is coming up, so the time of chocolate and chocolate covered strawberries is upon us. You may be worried about not being able to enjoy your Valentine’s Day while maintaining a healthy diet. But, thanks to the recipes on this list you can enjoy the best of both worlds!
These Valentine’s Day dessert recipes range from gluten-free to keto, so there’s something that fits your dietary needs without missing out on taste.
Check out my 10 best vegan Valentine’s dessert recipes to celebrate your Valentine’s Day to the fullest!
Valentine’s Day doesn’t mean you always have to eat chocolate. This Valentine’s try something a little different. This sweet and chewy strawberry mochi is a lovely vegan-friendly Valentine’s dessert that you can make in the microwave! With only 3 ingredients and 5 minutes, you can make a unique sweet treat without any fuss needed.
What can be better than spending a Valentine’s Day together making sweet desserts? These easy vegan strawberry protein balls are the perfect dessert / snack, with the strawberries providing a tangy and sweet flavor to the protein balls. While the coconut flour adds a hint of tropical flavor that pairs well with the strawberry’s sweetness. Skip the candy, and go for these delightful strawberry protein-packed balls!
(3) 3-Ingredient Keto Chocolate Bars (Sugar-free)
With some coconut oil, cocoa powder, and stevia you can make your own keto chocolate bars! That will surely impress your Valentine’s this February. Despite only having 3 ingredients, it doesn’t skip out on flavor at all. You can even add extra flavoring like vanilla or orange if you want to get extra fancy.
Rather than using the typical chocolate bar mold, use a silicone heart-shaped mold. Showcasing your heart-shaped handmade chocolates will surely be the best gift for your Valentines. Even without having to be a professional chocolatier!
How do you make bread even better? By adding vegan cream and strawberries of course! The combination of the crunch French bread with the soft cream is perfect on any occasion. But enjoying it during Valentine’s Day makes it that much sweeter.
Switch up the ingredients in any way you like. Not the biggest strawberry fan? Use melon or pineapple. Don’t like almond yogurt? Try dairy cream cheese or ice cream instead. There are so many ways to make this delicious vegan Valentine’s dessert – the possibilities are endless.
These cute heart-shaped energy bites are lovable gifts if you want to put a healthy spin on handmade chocolates. Made with chocolate hazelnut spread and chocolate protein powder, each bite is filled with fudgy goodness. Not only are these sweet chocolate hearts vegan, they’re gluten-free and low carb.
If you want to up the Valentine’s vibes of these chocolate hearts, turn them into truffles! Melt some of your favorite chocolate and coat each heart. Try adding some cute designs on top of the hearts to add a personal touch to the chocolatey snack!
Instead of buying an expensive edible fruit bouquet, make one yourself at home with this simple vegan recipe! With only four ingredients and a microwave, you can make lovely chocolate covered strawberries for your Valentine. It’s vegan, gluten-free, and keto!
Have a little fun when making these chocolate covered strawberries, and add some toppings. Throw on some colorful sprinkles or crushed up nuts for a pop of color and crunch. Better yet, experiment with different fruits for this recipe. From cherries to apples, any fruit can be made tastier with a bit of chocolate.
No romantic dinner is complete without a delicious dessert. Finish your dinner on a high-note with these tart and sweet raspberry “nice” cream bars. They’re sweet, tart, and covered in chocolate – the perfect trio.
Add it to a bowl or cup, or make it fancy with a waffle cone. If you want to plate the raspberry nice cream, drizzle on some honey or caramel. Adding some nuts or seeds on top could add both visual appeal and texture. It’s deliciously sweet and indulgent, without all the sugar!
These rose-shaped cookies may just be too beautiful to eat! This twist on the traditional Korean sangtugwaja takes these simple cookies to the next level. With their cake-like texture and subtle sweetness, their unique flavor will take your breath away.
By adding a hint of food coloring and shaping the cookies, you can turn them into gorgeous roses. Who needs a rose bouquet when you can have a rose-shaped cookie bouquet? They may take a bit of practice, but it will be well worth it for your Valentine this February 14th.
Ferrero Rocher chocolates are always a classic Valentine’s Day favorite. With only five ingredients you can make these famous chocolates, but much healthier. It is the ultimate way to enjoy these Valentine’s favorites guilt-free.
They are filled with protein and fiber that will satisfy your sweet tooth and your hunger. These “ferrero rocher” bites are soft inside and crunchy on the outside. It is a delicious combination of textures and flavors. Despite being vegan and low in sugar, they taste almost like the real thing!
If you want something a little more unique this Valentine’s Day, make this incredible strawberry daifuku stuffed mochi. The mochi has a chewy texture, and the strawberry is nice and soft. The strawberries and red bean have a subtle sweetness, but are packed with flavor.