It’s always a good time to show your loved ones how much you appreciate them! Whether this is during February or any day of the year, we collected over 30 delicious vegan Valentine’s Day treats and dessert recipes to share some love.
We hope that you do have a special someone in your life (doesn’t have to be a romantic relationship) who you can surprise and treat to a vegan Valentine’s dessert — but if nobody comes to mind: you, just like anyone else, deserve your own love and appreciation!
So, let’s get into the kitchen and make all of the decant chocolate treats, vegan truffles and cakes as well as heart-shaped-everything.
Our list of the best vegan Valentine’s treats consists mainly of recipes that are easy to make and pretty healthy, yet super satisfying!
Get your heart-shaped tins, cocoa powder and coconut milk ready — these homemade vegan Valentine’s Day treats are fun to make and the perfect homemade gifts for your special someone (or anyone who just loves treats!).
This beautiful vegan chocolate cheesecake is super silky, creamy and smooth! Made with cashews and completely gluten-free, this no-bake Valentine’s treat can be decorated to your desire and is sure to wow anyone.
It can even be made in advance and stored in the freezer!
Would you believe these little pillowy delights are low in sugar and completely oil-free? Fluffy biscuit layers with coconut whipped cream and sliced strawberries floating between — the perfect vegan dessert.
Also, this recipe is easy to make in under 30 minutes and doesn’t require any fancy ingredients!
Enjoy this creamy and fluffy vegan chocolate mousse with your loved ones this year! Decadent, rich yet made from wholesome ingredients, it takes about 15 minutes to make and a couple of hours to chill in the fridge. Try this high-protein dessert with some red berries on top!
Peppermint gets all the glory when it comes to chocolate patties — why not make a strawberry variety for Valentine’s Day? Freeze-dried strawberries infuse the filling with flavor, not moisture, and also provide a blushing hue without the need for food coloring!
Such wonderful homemade treats you can make in around 20 minutes.
This undetectably vegan Valentine’s dessert recipe combines the perfect sweetness from frozen berries with tangy cream cheese which creates a wonderful mousse filling!
The easy no-bake crust made from mainly nuts, seeds and dates needs around 20 minutes in the freezer before being topped with the mousse but it’s worth the wait. Decorate with fruit or flowers of your choice!
These cute heart-shaped vegan hand pies come with a buttery, flaky crust and are filled with a sweet strawberry lemon flavor! Perfect for Valentine’s day, they are topped with lemon drizzle which makes for a delicious combination of flavors that resembles pop tarts.
This recipe is gluten-free and can also be made sugar-free!
This vegan chocolate bundt cake is an easy one-bowl recipe made with no-fuss ingredients. Baked in a heart-shaped bundt tin, it makes for a wonderful Valentine’s Day dessert which you can even prepare in advance.
Don’t forget to top the cake with some chocolate glaze and decorate with all the red things!
If you’ve been looking for the easiest and healthiest vegan Valentine’s Day treat, this is it! Instead of processed candy, try this 2-ingredient recipe which is basically just fresh strawberries decorated with melted vegan chocolate.
These vibrant coconutty no-bake slices are refined sugar-free, wholesome and great chocolate treats that are actually good for you! Easy to make and packed with flavor, they are melt-in-your-mouth delicious and so creamy.
Once assembled, let your slices sit in the fridge for around 2 hours until firm, then enjoy with your loved ones!
This gorgeous vegan chocolate cake with fresh strawberries is moist and tender, soft on the inside and relatively easy to make! Ready in under an hour to enjoy with your loved ones, this undetectably egg-free beauty gets frosted with a strawberry meringue buttercream once cooled.
The best part? This cake calls for mostly just basic staple foods.
This oil-free vegan chocolate cake with strawberries is so rich, moist, and easy to make. With tender strawberries, sweet chocolate chips, and a fudgy, brownie-like flavor, no one will believe this is actually a healthy-ish, whole-grain cake!
We love this humble, wholesome and easy to make dessert option.
Another lovely homemade Valentine’s Day gift idea, these vegan truffles taste like straight from a chocolate shop (so fudgy good!).
The filling is divine even on its own — super chocolatey and rich, like a chewy brownie. Dip them into melted chocolate and sprinkle with a vibrant tart raspberry dust and you have an impressive dessert.
These beautiful little treats are undetectably vegan despite their melt-in-the-mouth crunchy outside! Made with just 3 ingredients, you have to beat chickpea liquid with an electric whisk or stand mixer until stiff before slowly adding caster sugar.
Color with beetroot powder for a romantic pink touch!
This may be one of the easiest yet nonetheless impressive Valentine’s treats! Five basic ingredients such as cashews, coconut oil, vanilla and strawberries are blended into a creamy fudge.
This goodness gets spooned into molds or ice cube trays and just needs to set in the freezer for 30 minutes. The little strawberry milkshake hearts can easily be made ahead of time as they will keep well for a few weeks!
A classic romantic Valentine’s treat that you need to try! Perfect for enjoying with your partner or gift to anyone you want to show how much you appreciate them, these delectable chocolate-dipped strawberries are both easy and fun to make.
Even kids like them and can give you a helping hand!
We hope you enjoyed our list of the best vegan Valentine’s Day treats and desserts! What are you planning to make or have you tried any of these recipes? We’d love to read about it in the comments and don’t forget to Pin this recipe roundup here for future reference!
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.