Spend Valentine’s Day at home this year, and enjoy one of these delicious vegan Valentine’s day dinner recipes with someone special!
I’m normally a home-cooked Valentine’s day dinner kind of girl, but especially this year, for obvious reasons I think.
So, I consider myself kind of an expert on vegan Valentine’s day dinner recipes. I have quite a collection, with dishes to suit just about any taste. Cook up one of them and enjoy a special dinner at home this Valentine’s Day!
This is the perfect dish if you and your Valentine are into vegan comfort food. Made with mushrooms and peppers in a smoky paprika-infused sauce that you’d never believe was dairy-free!
Got a coconut lover in your life? This is your dish! It’s made with crispy coconut oil-fried tofu in coconut milk sauce and topped with toasted coconut. Serve it with coconut rice to pack even more coconut goodness into the meal!
This buttery fried gnocchi is incredibly easy to whip up and can be on the table in about 30 minutes, but it’ll taste like you spent hours in the kitchen!
I discovered this dish when my husband took me out for a big bowl of it a few Valentine’s Days ago. It’s been one of our favorite celebratory meals ever since!
No, you don’t need dairy to make an amazing eggplant Parm! This vegan version uses your choice of store-bought or homemade vegan mozzarella.
You will definitely impress your valentine with this super satisfying vegan meatloaf that’s made from chickpeas!
This cozy curry is incredibly easy to make, but you’d never know it by the taste. Made with sweet butternut squash, hearty kale and peanuts in a flavorful coconut milk sauce, this one is perfect for chilly nights!
Lentils stand in for meat in this super hearty, super flavorful vegan spin on an Italian classic!
These flavor-packed crabless cakes are made from artichoke heart patties, covered in a crispy panko coating, and topped with spicy aioli.
This luscious vegan risotto will impress your valentine for sure! It’s super rich and creamy, and loaded with flavor from juicy tomatoes, herbs, and savory caramelized onions.
I’ll be totally upfront and admit that these pierogies are a bit of work, but they’re so worth it! Plus they make a great couple’s project if you’d looking to spend some quality time in the kitchen together.
This cozy casserole is made with layers of eggplant, zucchini, and smoky lentils, all topped with a béchamel-smothered mashed potato crust.
Want to wow your valentine with something totally different? Cook up a batch of this scrumptious plantain stew! It’s loaded with flavor, easy to make, and perfect with a big piece of crusty bread.
Perhaps your Valentine is skeptical of vegan food? Make them this lasagna! You’d never, ever believe that the cashew-tofu ricotta was dairy-free.
Are you normally a fan of takeout for Valentine’s Day? Make this delicious veggie chow mein! It’s easier than you think and tastes just like it came from a restaurant.