Love is in the air. Can you feel it?
We guarantee these recipes will add a little sweetness to your day. Most are simple and come together rather quickly.
Don't forget to enjoy them with the ones you love!
If you don't have a waffle maker, you may want to get one quick. Crispy, light, and full of flavor, these vanilla scented gems will quickly become your Sunday morning standby. They're the perfect way to begin any Valentine's Day morning. All you need are 6 ingredients, one bowl, and a stellar heart shaped waffle iron!
Don't be alarmed by the number of ingredients in this recipe. All of it comes together in less than 15 minutes. Once cooked, top with luscious lemon lavender vegan butter. The subtle tart and floral notes make this one for the books.
Flax eggs to the rescue! These cookies are soft, chewy, and just slightly cake-y. The perfect way to end any night out or in. The trick: take them out just before you think you should.
This vegan cheesecake is extremely easy to make. The lime, sweet delicate vanilla, and melt in your mouth texture of coconut and cashews make it truly unforgettable. If Valentine's day means single ladies night in, this dessert has got you covered - there will be plenty to go around!
These brownies are fudge-y, rich and chocolate-y. Endlessly adaptable, these brownies will take all kinds of mix-ins depending on what you like: coconut flakes are fabulous here, toasted nuts, bitter cocoa nibs or chopped chocolate are all great. Make a pan and then invite friends over to share with.
This is one of the easiest desserts to make. Involving just a microwavable bowl and two main ingredients, you can pull this dessert off without much planning. This bark makes a great present but is also the perfect dessert to have in the freezer for whenever a chocolate craving strikes.
Don’t be put off by the idea of using avocado to make a sweet pudding. It’s creamy texture and mellow flavor lends itself well to pudding and allows the chocolate flavor to shine. The best part? This recipe takes no time to prepare, just plan in advance because it does need to be chilled before it is served.
This visually stunning pink glaze is surprisingly easy to put together and relies on a small amount of beet puree for its naturally bright hue. The banana bread itself is a one bowl quick bread that makes use of a few overripe bananas. This bread would be a perfect way to start Valentine's Day off on a sweet note.
This cake is moist, simple to put together, and also happens to be vegan. The combination of lemon and raspberries makes use of the beautiful citrus that is available in the winter and the berries are a nice fresh compliment. Instead of a heavy frosting, an optional light lemon glaze is all this cake needs to be the perfect accompaniment to tea in the afternoon or a light ending to a meal.
The name really says it all. Who can resist a giant gooey chocolate chip cookie? Eaten warm and topped with you favorite vegan ice cream this dessert is best for sharing.