Will you be my vegan valentine? I’m sharing 5 vegan Valentine’s Day dessert recipes to celebrate this chocolatey holiday. It’s a festive menu, full of foods that are good for your heart. What’s better than eating indulgent foods that are as tasty as they are healthy? Most of these 5 vegan dessert recipes take just 5-minutes to make, so there’s nothing standing in between you and decadence. The 5 vegan Valentine’s Day recipes are: raw chocolate vegan truffles, braked apples with granola, chocolate peanut butter vegan ice cream, raspberry basil sorbet, and pumpkin brownies. YUM.
Just dates and cacao and a food processor are all you need to enjoy these raw vegan truffles. Coat them in whatever you want – crushed pistachios, freeze-dried raspberries, or more cacao (hi, my name is Becca and I am a chocoholic). They make great last minute Valentine’s Day gifts too!
This recipe does double duty as a sweet breakfast or dessert. Start your Valentine’s morning off with some tart baked apples stuffed with granola or make them for a warm and cozy dessert. I stuff mine with savory granola and coconut yogurt – but they’re as delicious stuffed with almond butter and chocolate!
Speaking of chocolate and peanut butter, is there any better combination? This vegan ice cream (or “nice cream” as I love to call it) consists of frozen bananas, peanut butter and chocolate. You can’t go wrong! I eat this creamy chocolate vegan nice cream least once a week.
Vegan raspberry basil sorbet just screams Valentine’s Day! Like the vegan chocolate peanut butter nice cream recipe above, this sorbet comes together in 5 minutes and only requires three ingredients. Frozen raspberries, bananas and basil! What a simple, gluten-free, sugar-free and guilt-free vegan dessert. Raspberry basil sorbet is even the perfect pink V-Day color!
Are you a cookie fan or a brownie fan? I can’t decide, but these vegan pumpkin brownies certainly make me lean towards team brownies. They fudgy and thick brownies, are naturally free of refined sugar. They’re made with black beans, pumpkin puree, and maple syrup. Swap the pumpkin for sweet potato, squash or even beets for subtly different flavor options.
I hope you enjoy any one of these vegan dessert recipes They’re easy, tasty and healthy treats that make great gifts for family and friends or great self-love gifts. If you try this recipe, let me know! Rate it, leave a comment, take a picture and tag @Rabbitfoodruns on Instagram. I’d love to see your vegan Valentine’s Day dessert recipe creations!
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