Whether you are in a relationship, dating around, or very single, you can indulge in a vegan Valentine’s Day with these treats. After all, the whole holiday is basically an excuse to eat absurd amounts of sugar.
The only #CoupleGoals that matter are peanut butter and chocolate. With only three ingredients and five steps to this recipe, you'll be able to show your sweetheart your domestic side and get out of the kitchen in no time.
Blogger "Oh She Glows" creates the best vegan sweets, so it is no surprise that she kills Valentine's Day, too. This decadent chocolate tart take a bit of work to make, but it is totally worth it. Not to mention it is also gluten-free, so a piece (or three) of this cake won't kill any resolutions.
3. No-Bake Vegan Brownies with Chocolate Ganache
Brownies are a solid dessert choice any day, but by dressing them up with a luxurious ganache, they are perfect for special occasions like Valentine's Day. This recipe is also great for dorm cooking because it doesn't require an oven nor microwave.
More chocolate, of course. This recipe is amazing as-is, but can also easily be made vegan by swapping the heavy cream for coconut cream. To send these cute little treats over the top, sprinkle them with chopped pecans, pomegranate seeds or mini chocolate chips.
Now that we are adults(ish), we actually like Almond Joy's, and these bars are basically an upgraded, homemade version. Do remember, however, to swap the honey for maple syrup to make these bars more strictly vegan.
These bars are great if you and your SO like chocolate, but are overwhelmed by vegan Valentine's Day five-layer chocolate cakes drizzled with chocolate ganache. Bonus: you can also substitute the Sunbutter for peanut butter or almond butter.
These marshmallow bars are a great option for those who are (*gasp*) afraid of chocolate. They're pretty much Rice Krispy Treats on steroids. To make this recipe vegan, just substitute the butter for coconut oil.
Feeling adventurous? Give this vegan marshmallow fluff a try. The fluff is made from aquafaba, the briny liquid found in cans of chickpeas. It might sound weird but have faith. In five minutes, you'll have the perfect topping for any vegan Valentine's Day dessert you can dream of.