It’s the month of LOVE and whether you are celebrating the Feast of Saint Valentine with a beloved face-to-face or remotely due to pandemic pandemonium or using the day to focus on the most important relationship one can have – yourself! Cooking up a storm can be a great way to show your loved ones how much they mean to you. Ditch the risk of crowded restaurants, light some scented candles, turn up that smooth plant-based-cheesy jazz, throw on an apron – maybe only an apron, who’s there to judge – and go-to-town with these delicious, vegan, Valentine’s Day recipes. Plant-based eating can be a great way to bond over shared ideals for the good of the planet, a healthy body and mind, and has the added benefit of improving your energy levels, wink!
PRAWN-STYLE RICE SPRING ROLLS WITH SOY GINGER AND PEANUT SATAY SAUCES
These light and flavourful rice wraps are the perfect meal to make together and a great excuse to get a little handsy with your food. The end result is sure to be Instagram worthy! Hot-tip: For an extra romantic flourish include some edible flowers and get creative with your placing.
CRAFTED SAUSAGE ON A STICK IN A COUS COUS AND POLENTA HERBED BLANKET
Great for nibbling and dipping and whiling away an evening together these golden crumbed sossies on a stick not only look impressive, they’re playful and a whole lot of fun to eat.
VEGGIE NICE TORTILLA CONES
This recipe is super easy with a fun and fancy twist! Bright, colourful beetroot hummus contrasted against some zesty guac is a celebration of colour and life, what could be more romantic than that?
SPAGHETTI AND NON-MEAT BALLS
Name a more romantic scene than famous spaghetti sharing scene in the classic Lady and The Tramp! Share in your very own spaghetti kiss moment with the bonus of being animal cruelty free.
Valentines Day Truffles
Is it ever really Valentines Day without chocolate involved? Pull out all the stops with these handcrafted delicacies from The Fry Family’s own Tammy Fry to finish off you evening with a flourish.
Want to get more recipes? Head over to our cookbook page where there are dozens of free creative plant-based recipes for you to download.