Did you make a dinner reservation yet? For those of you in the Boston area, True Bistro has a 100% plant-based mouth watering prefix menu option.
Have you picked out a gift or will you get your main squeeze the traditional roses and chocolate?
Maybe you plan to skip the lines and overpriced prefix menus and make a romantic dinner at home instead.
Whatever you decide, if you are Vegan or you are in a relationship with a Vegan, you don't want to be scrambling to figure out exactly what to buy or make. Hershey's Chocolate, Cadbury, and Ghiradelli don't offer (that I know of) Vegan products yet.
Here are five Vegan Valentine's Day sweet ideas to consider:
- No Whey Foods! offers a variety of traditional boxed chocolates but all Vegan!
- Vegan Divas on the Upper East Side in NYC provide satisfying red velvet cakes and cupcakes to order or for delivery in the city.
- PETA has a great round up of 14 candies all free from dairy products and gelatin.
- The Natural Candy Store sells lollipops, mints, hard candy, and a few Vegan chocolates.
- Of course Amazon has you covered with more than 500 Vegan chocolate box ideas! You're bound to find one or two that are suitable!
And for the more creative folks, here are five of the best Vegan meals & desserts to make at home that will wow your partner:
- Want to make your night a sizzling one? Try these Spinach and Hominy Enchiladas with Spicy Cashew Cream from Serious Eats.
- Oh She Glows has you covered in the sweets department. Vegan chocolate cupcakes with salted buttercream anyone? Mmmm.
- Vegan Butter company Earth Balance suggests a handful of appetizers, main courses, and desserts to create the perfect romantic dinner.
- Allrecipes culled through their best Vegan and Vegetarian dinner recipes for you and your sweetie.
- I'll take at least one lava cake and one mint chocolate fudge pie please. Mmm.
Now that you have a few Vegan sweets and dinner ideas to ponder, don't forget to write a handwritten love note to woo your sweetheart.