Valentine’s Day is almost here! The day is usually celebrate with cards, candy, and flowers, and like most other holidays, food is usually a big deal. A lot of people like to go out to eat on Valentine’s Day, but restaurants can get super crowded, and some even raise their prices for the day, so I like to stay home and cook a special meal. I’m not yet sure what I’m going to make this year, but I do have some recipes in mind. So today I want to share some dishes that I think come together very nicely for a very Vegan Valentine’s Day menu!
A Very Vegan Valentine’s Day Menu
Surprise your sweetie with breakfast in bed! A Spinach-Mushroom Omelet is the perfect way to start the day.
This Chickpea Waldorf Salad makes for a delicious light lunch or a tasty appetizer.
Stuffed Mushrooms are always a great starter to a meal, and you can garnish them to make them look super fancy.
Tomato Tartlets are another fun, fancy-looking appetizer to begin your meal with.
A vegan Caesar Salad is a deliciously simple salad that won’t fill you up before your main dish.
Pasta with Creamy Cashew Sauce is a tasty main dish option, and it’s one that just about everyone loves.
If you’re not in the mood for pasta, a Caramelized Onion and Mushroom Tart is another tasty entrée choice.
Tempeh Marsala both looks and sounds like it’s more time consuming than it actually is, and it’s a perfect dish for a romantic dinner for two.
What’s Valentine’s Day without chocolate? End your meal with a luscious Chocolate Cream Pie.
If you’re sweetie isn’t all that into chocolate (like mine), Mini No-Bake Key Lime Cheesecakes is another decadent dessert option.
What’s on your menu this Valentine’s Day?