Win Hearts With THE MOST Romantic Vegan Valentine's DinnerFeb 01, 2021
If you’re reading this, you’re most likely wondering what to cook your vegan partner this Valentine’s Day.
For starters, you’ll want to avoid what you served up for Christmas dinner last year…
Turns out that a couple of salad leaves served with a side of lumpy mashed potatoes is definitely NOT what vegans like to eat.
Wow, that was a disaster...you won’t be making that mistake again!
But that’s ok, because you’re here now and our team of professional vegan chefs have the perfect recipes to help you cook THE MOST romantic vegan Valentine’s dinner.
This time you’re not going to mess up.
From a super simple freshly baked bread to a sensational vegan Valentine’s dessert, we’ll be here to help you through each step of the recipes.
But before we get started, have you bought your Valentine a gift yet?
Start With the Gift of Vegan Valentine’s Chocolate
Don’t stop at dinner.
After the Christmas fiasco, you’ll have to go all out to treat your loved one this Valentine’s Day and we’ve got just the thing!
Instead of buying chocolate, why not learn how to make vegan Swiss chocolate together?
The best part is that you can buy this really last minute as it’s available to use online immediately after purchase.
Oh, and you get to benefit from all the delicious vegan chocolates you’ll make with your Valentine!
Ok ok, we’ll get on with the recipes...
The Perfect Romantic Vegan Valentine’s Dinner
At Veecoco, we work with professional vegan chefs from all over the world and we’ve put together some of our most romantic recipes to help you cook the perfect Valentine’s dinner.
Vegan Valentine’s Starter
Rustic French Baguette & Celeriac Truffle Soup
Mmm rich and buttery celeriac soup drizzled with truffle oil and dunked with freshly baked bread.
Oh my goodness...can we come round for Valentine’s dinner?
If you’re worried about getting everything done in time, you could make the starter in advance and reheat the soup immediately before serving. Just make sure you hold off on the truffle oil until it’s ready to serve!
Here are the recipes:
Rustic French Baguette
Watch as private vegan chef Diana shows us how easy it is to make a French baguette with a delicious crunchy crust!
We recommend watching the video tutorial all the way through before attempting to follow the recipe for your Valentine’s dinner!
You can find the written recipe in the YouTube video description.
Celeriac Truffle Soup
This soup is really simple to make but would grace the table of any fine dining vegan restaurant and the truffle oil elevates it to the next level.
Combined with the rustic French baguette, truffled celeriac soup is the perfect starter for your vegan Valentine’s dinner!
With thanks to Chef Michael from Crunch Kantine in Berlin.
For the written recipe, please check the YouTube video description.
Vegan Valentine’s Main Course
Gnocchi & Arugula (Rocket) Pesto
Starter done and dusted?
Great, it’s time for the main course, and this recipe is a doozy!
Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than vegan Italian food, right?
But hang on, isn’t gnocchi really difficult to make?
That’s a common misconception but your date doesn’t have to know how easy it actually is...we won’t tell if you don’t!
The great thing about this recipe is that it can also be made in advance to take the pressure off on Valentine’s day.
Vegan Valentine’s Dessert
Matcha Coconut Pudding
You’re on the home run!
And you’re sure to impress with this super deluxe and deliciously smooth Valentine’s recipe for creamy matcha goodness.
What’s more, this vegan dessert is pretty healthy. Not only is it rich in antioxidants that help our bodies fight off free radicals, but it also contains plenty of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG).
We don’t really know either, but it sounds impressive and has been proven to hold anti-cancer properties.
What better way to finish off your romantic vegan Valentine’s dinner than with a delicious AND healthy dessert?
Matcha has also been found to increase weight loss and fat burning...but we recommend being careful how you frame that conversation with your Valentine!
Phew! Was That THE MOST Romantic Vegan Valentine’s Dinner Or What?
But it doesn’t end there…
What about the vegan cheese and wine course?
If you really want to impress your vegan date this Valentine’s Day, then finish off your evening with some artisanal plant-based cheese and some sparkling vegan wine.
Can’t find any vegan cheese that tastes good in local shops?
All Set for the Best Vegan Valentine’s Dinner Ever?
Good luck to you and let us know how you get on!
Don’t forget to tag us when you share your romantic meals on Instagram:
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