Top 5 Vegan Valentine's Day Recipes For Romantic Eats

From gooey, decadent mac and cheese to plump, juicy strawberries with crumbly shortbread and rich coconut cream, we've got you covered when it comes to recipes for Valentine's Day
Vegan Strawberry Shortcake by Ceara's Kitchen

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.

Vegan Truffle Mac & Cheese by The Edgy Veg

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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