This is a little different from my normal vegan meal plans. This roundup gives you some great choices for Valentine’s Day. Choices for breakfast, dinner, dessert, and even some treats for your best friends. Just click here if you’d rather see menu plans for the whole week or scroll down to see all the holiday picks I have for you!
Valentine’s Day Breakfast Ideas
Middle Eastern Iced Coffee with Homemade Cardamom Vanilla Syrup and Rosewater is a great way to send your sweetie off to work. You can use the syrup in tea or hot chocolate for kids, too!
Make these Vegan Chocolate Blintzes Stuffed with Vanilla Nut Cream a day or two ahead of time and heat them up for a grab and go breakfast they won’t forget. And yes, you can have them for breakfast and dessert in the same day!
Valentine’s Day Dinner Ideas
Feel like starting with a fancy cocktail? This Heartbreaker Rose Syrup Cocktail is just the thing. If you don’t imbibe, try the syrup in sparkling water for a heartwarming mocktail.
Choice number one: Vegan Gluten-free Teff Crepes. These little bundles of tastiness dress your dinner up, and you can sneak any filling in them you like. The best part is that you can make the crepes a day or two in advance!
Choice number two: Vegan Potato-Stuffed Chiles Rellenos. These are filled with a potato center and can be deep-fried or oven baked – it’s your choice. Don’t skip the sauce, it’s easy to make too.
Choice number three: Jackfruit Crabless Cakes. These would look elegant on a salad of mixed greens and could make a hearty meal with some mashed potatoes and steamed veggies. Jackfruit is vegan love, so it’s perfect for the day.
Valentine’s Day Dessert Ideas
Rosewater Parfaits are a gorgeous way to end your meal. They have vegan yogurt and red lentils so they are good for you too!
These Gluten-free Vegan Chocolate Avocado Cupcakes even have no refined oil too!
If you have a steampunk or Harry Potter fan as your sweetheart, they will love you even more if you make them Mini Vegan Treacle Tarts.
Valentine’s Day Dog Treat Ideas
I have to warn you that cute pics of dogs are ahead, and they’re pretty gratuitous too! If your pup is your best friend, you should whip up one or two of these treats and include them in the festivities.
Both my doggies love these Banana Flax Vegan Dog Biscuits. They will actually eat pieces of fresh banana too, so if you don’t have time for one more thing you could just share a banana with them.
Both Max and Brenna start lurking around when I’m baking these Vegan Pumpkin Cranberry Dog Cookies. Okay, really any cookies set them off. But once they know a batch is theirs, they beg like crazy!
Minty Doggie Biscuits are great for your pup’s breath and makes cuddle time more fun for you.