Delicious and Healthy Valentine’s Day Dessert Recipes

February is here and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! Whether you’re in a relationship or you’re single, Valentine’s Day gift giving can be a daunting task. Not everyone appreciates flowers and your significant other, friends or family members might appreciate something sweeter than those allergy-inducing bouquets. Store-bought chocolates are nice, but I realized after a couple of Valentine’s Day through the years, the ones that have the nicest packaging have the worst taste. Who dares to mess with chocolate?!

Kidding aside, these chocolate bars taste like bars of sugar with brown food coloring and it doesn’t seem to be made with love at all–the irony. So, if you decide to partake in this romantic holiday, I’ve put together a couple of recipes that you can make for your loved ones. Most of these are vegan and are guaranteed to taste good (Unless you mess it up!).

Vegan and Gluten-Free Chocolate Truffles


  • 1 1/4 cup of dark vegan chocolate chips
  • 1 1/4 cup of full fat coconut milk, fat separated.
  • 1/4 cup of cacao powder, matcha powder, finely ground goji berries, finely ground pistachios or hazelnuts for coating.
  • Optional: 1/2 tsp vanilla extract.


  1. In a double boiler, place chocolate chips and melt.
  2. Once chips are melted add coconut milk to double boiler and whisk. Continue whisking until completely incorporated, creamy and smooth.
  3. Add vanilla, if using (optional) and mix well.
  4. Remove chocolate mixture from the boiler and place in the fridge to set uncovered for 2-3 hours.
  5. Using a knife, test to see if chocolate has set, it should be almost solid.
  6. Once firm, prepare a small dish of preferred coating for rolling. Use a tablespoon, scoop out small balls from the now firm chocolate.
  7. Use your hands to roll the chocolate into balls, working quickly.
  8. Roll in the coating of choice and set on a parchment paper-lined dish.
  9. Place back into the fridge or freezer for another 1-2 hours minimum to set.
  10. Remove from fridge or freezer & enjoy.

Vegan Chocolate Glazed Donuts


  • 1 15 oz can kidney beans
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup cocoa powder
  • 1 cup whole wheat flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 3.5 oz package vegan dark chocolate
  • 4 tablespoons hazelnut brittle You can also sub it with chopped hazelnuts, or use sugar sprinkles or coconut flakes instead.


  1. Rinse and drain the kidney beans. Place them into a blender together with the brown sugar, almond milk, and cacao and blend until the mixture is smooth.
  2. Then transfer it to a medium bowl and stir in the whole-wheat flour, the baking powder, and vanilla. Spray the donut pan with cooking spray or grease it with vegan butter such as Earth Balance.
  3. Either use a spoon to fill each donut or fill the batter into a Ziploc bag and cut off one edge.
  4. Preheat the oven to 350 °F and bake the vegan chocolate hazelnut donuts for 9-11 minutes. Allow to cool down in the pan for a couple of minutes, then move them to a cooling rack.
  5. In the meantime, make the chocolate glaze. Melt a 3.5-ounce package vegan dark chocolate either by using a microwave or place the chocolate into a heatproof bowl and place it over a pan of barely simmering water. Once melted, cover the donuts with the chocolate and sprinkle with hazelnut brittle.

Vegan Pots de Creme


Pots de Creme

  • 1 cup raw cashews soaked 4-6 hours
  • 1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons Cashew milk
  • 1/4 cup agave nectar
  • 2 ounces bittersweet chocolate melted
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • pinch of salt

Coconut Whipped Cream

  • 1 can full-fat coconut milk separated
  • 3 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract


  1. Drain and rinse the cashews. Place in a food processor or high-speed blender along with the remaining ingredients. Blend until completely smooth, scraping down the sides as necessary.
  2. Pour into 4 small ramekins and refrigerate for 2 hours, until chilled all the way through.
  3. To make the coconut whipped cream, scrape the white solids from the top of the can. Place in a bowl with powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Using a handheld mixer whisk the mixture together until it resembles whipped cream.
  4. Top each pot de creme with a dollop of whipped cream just before serving.

Strawberry Shortcake



  • 2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp sea salt
  • ⅓ cup cane sugar (blended into a fine sugar)
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 cup coconut milk (full fat and cold)

Whipped Coconut Cream

  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp cane sugar (blended into a fine sugar)
  • Coconut cream (cold, from one can of coconut cream or coconut milk – see note)


  • 1 pound strawberries
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice


  1. Preheat oven to 450F/230C.
  2. Strawberries: Cut strawberries into quarters. Mix in a medium-size bowl with sugar and lemon juice. Cover and refrigerate while preparing the rest of the ingredients.
  3. Shortcake: Mix together flour, baking powder, sea salt and cane sugar in a medium-size bowl. Mix together coconut milk and lemon juice in a small-size bowl. If your coconut milk has lumps in it, blend it to make it creamy smooth. Your coconut milk should be cold for the fluffiest biscuits possible!
  4. Make a well in the middle of the dry ingredients and slowly pour the milk into the well. Mix with a spatula until just combined. The dough will be a bit sticky but still pliable. Do not overmix the dough or else the biscuits will be tough.
  5. Flour your hands and dust the countertop with flour. Pat the dough out until it is about ¾ inch thick and cut out 8 biscuits (using a lightly floured cookie cutter or the rim of a glass). Pat out any corners or unused dough and cut until you have used up all your dough.
  6. Transfer the biscuits to a parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes until golden brown. Remove from oven and let cool slightly before transferring to a plate.
  7. Whipped Coconut Cream: Scoop the thick layer of coconut cream out of the can. Place in a mixing bowl with sugar and vanilla. Whisk with an electric mixer for a couple minutes until soft peaks form (see photo).
  8. Assemble shortcake: Layer one large scoop of strawberries and coconut cream on top of the biscuit. Place a second biscuit on top. Garnish with additional coconut cream and strawberries. 

What’s amazing about these Valentine’s Day gift ideas is that you can go creative with the packaging. Just add red or pink bows or put it in nice looking jars and you already have a very thoughtful gift that you can give to your loved ones for Valentine’s Day. Not only that, but I definitely think that these gifts are made with love!

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  • Emilie Garcia says:

    OMG I agree, the packed chocolates that don’t have brands suck! They taste really bad and they’re a sad excuse for a chocolate.😫

  • Tara Neel says:

    I love to cook/bake and my boyfriend loves it whenever I would give him something that I made. It definitely is made with love!

  • Marcie Connelly says:

    I’m single but I always give a small treat for my family. Like cookies and chocolates. I think this year, this is what I should do. So cute!

  • Mabel Persaud says:

    Nice idea of putting it in jars or cute boxes. I could also make sure that they all taste good and that they’re healthy and not full of refined sugar.

  • I like how some of this are very easy to make. It takes effort, but so does love.😉

    • On point!!! Love does take effort. So I guess it’s really nice if you tell the person you’re giving it to that you made this.

  • Danielle Fitzgerald says:

    Those truffles look like a dream. I feel like I won’t be able to give them away because U’d be eating them all.🤣

  • Linda Silva says:

    My favorite here would be the pots the creme. My idea is putting them in tiny mason jars and putting a ribbon on it.

  • Felicia Blake says:

    I can’t believe you just made donuts with kidney beans. I’m going to try this later so I know it works well for February 14.

    • Tammy Kaiser says:

      Yes, practice first so you don’t end up messing it all up.😁

  • Louise Bremer says:

    Even my kids would love this instead of my traditional cookies.😊

  • Pearl Stevenson says:

    I need these in my life! How do you stay so fit with all these yummy foods!! 😱💖

  • Rochelle Steinbrenner says:

    Just tried to recreate the truffles and ruined them by pouring the almond milk in…

  • Kelsey Herrington says:

    Ahhh, no way! 😀 ❤️ Thank you for this recipe! I’ve really, really missed doughnuts since going vegan… They are a pastime favorite of mine. It hit me hard when I realized I couldn’t eat just any donut anymore. My family always buys Krispy Kreme’s, and it takes willpower to not eat a couple. I’ll be making these for sure! They’re likely better than any store-bought doughnut!

  • Love this so much girlie! They look so amazingly delicious I think i am putting them on the to-do list for our Valentine’s Day Party 🙂

  • Margaret Evans says:

    Been looking for a Gluten Free Truffle recipe! Thank you for sharing 😀 If you don’t have a food processor can you use a blender?

  • Velma Benson says:

    This looks like my kind of thing haha yesss😍 I’d be eating as I go along. Thank you for uploading!

  • Amazing! Can’t wait to try, my boyfriend has really bad dairy allergies so these will be a blast making together 🙂 thank you

  • What is the difference between Vegan and Vegetarian?? I apologize to those Vegans and Vegetarians! I’m just curious.

  • Constance Wilhelm says:

    Your recipes are always so clever!!! And the outcome always looks amazing! You’re one of my favourite vegan bloggers!!❤

  • Awesome! Hopefully I can get all the ingredients and make them later today. Seeing all the Valentine’s Day candy lately has really put me in the mood for sweets and this is PERFECT. <3

  • Kristina Sellers says:

    I made these truffles last night for a party and they were gorgeous. Everyone enjoyed them. Rolled half of them in coconut.

  • Denise Tandy says:

    These look so tasty! Love that there’s grounded nuts in them. Nuts and chocolate go so well together 🙂

  • Mishale Brighton says:

    I made the strawberry shortcake. I added a can of strawberry fruit filling and the cake turned out great taste really good.

  • Greta Mandlebaum says:

    OMG these look insanely delicious!! Do I need to buy a doughnut tray to make your amazing doughnut recipe?

  • Are you trying to kill me of dehydration because of salivating too much cuz I think you’re succeeding!

  • Thanks for sharing these great recipes! I’m always looking for vegan alternatives!

  • Nom! Gonna make these over the weekend, just need to buy some choc. Hope I can save some for Easter lol

  • Briana Hadley says:

    I love making truffles and they’re so tasty! Last time I pressed them into a pan and made homemade bars instead ^_^

  • Wow. Those doughnuts seem almost too easy to make! Definitely going to give these a try for breakfast with our girls this weekend.

  • Oh my gosh 😍😍😍 thank u for sharing these I’m going to try the truffles Asap!!

  • Dorothy PETERMAN says:

    Yumm has anyone actually made this yet strawberry shortcake? If so is it as good as it looks?

  • Belinda Flores says:

    These truffles look delish! 😍 I am definitely going to try this recipe for a family get together we are having soon. Thank you for posting!

  • Felicia Stewart says:

    These look so good, i want to eat some right now. love your recipes. you always have great ideas! <3

  • Sabrina Emerson says:

    Oh, God! Very yummy 😋 !!! 👍 I’m so going to try these! Thanks for the recipes! 😊😊😊

  • Rebecca, what a delicious cake recipe this is. I would love to try this on my own someday.

  • You make absolute the best recipes ever! been browsing your blog, and it’s been motivating me to cook lots of tasty meals! thanks so much!!

  • Elaine Colbert says:

    These are delicious, I’ve made them multiple times, I’ve really enjoyed changing up the type of nuts I use as well, as for me sometimes walnuts can be a bit bitter. They work really great with almonds and cashews as well as almonds and pecans! Thanks so much for sharing these recipes! 😊

  • Mary Johnson says:

    OOOMMGG!!! Lol thank you!!!!!! My youngest sister loves donuts so much that one b-day she had me looking like crazy to see who the hell will make a Donut Pyramid b-day cake😂😂😂😂so u can image how much she is going to love this!!!!😍

  • Mercedes Martinez says:

    I’m very grateful for these recipes. Thank you! Delicious! Can you share some gingerbread donuts recipes? 🍩🍁🎃👍🏼

  • These look bomb. I love making truffles with some coconut but these ones look easier. Nice job!

  • Helen Vincent says:

    You are my favourite. I loveee your recepies so much . You are a genius. 🤤🤤🤤🤤😋😋😋

  • Leah Jean Moore says:

    That truffle recipe looks delicious! Small question: I’ve been on the hunt for vegan white chocolate for ages. Where do you buy yours? What brand is it? Thanks! :)

  • What an awesome recipe!! Thanks for this! I’ve needed to find a really good vegan cake recipe, and I can’t wait to try this one.

  • I made these truffles this morning, and they’re amazing! Not bitter at all, the sweetness is just right. I wrote out the recipe to add to my recipe box :). Thank you!

  • Brilliant! I am definitely trying these soon. I have been looking for this type of recipes for years.

  • Debra Pruett says:

    You always have the perfect recipes that I’ve always been looking for. I will be making these for my birthday. Thank you so much for sharing. (:

  • oh my!!! I’m gonna make everything !!! thank you so much for what you do sweetie

  • Roberta S. says:

    Yay for recipes! Looks yummy! I want to try these. As a vegan I appreciate these so much.:) xo 

  • Heidi Newman says:

    The donuts look delicious! Glazed have always been my favorite anyway. Love it!

  • These look delicious! Vegan or not I bet they taste great with a nice cup of espresso! YUM!

  • All of these look FANTASTIC 😋😍❤️❤️!!! Keep up the amazing recipes. We love you!!!

  • Cassi Braun says:

    We make very similar ones where I work. Can’t wait to try these at home.

  • Amanda Kavet says:

    This is fantastic. I’ve made vegan lemon custard pie with lemon before, so I know this chocolate pot will be just as delicious!

  • Each and every of them look absolutely delicious and amazing, thanks for sharing 😋

  • Im sooo tryin these next weekend, it will be a sweet treat after my crazy week in college :)

  • Dam wish I’d seen this sooner! IV already made mine and gifted them. They were way more complicated to make. I will trying these for myself 😋

  • Francisca says:

    Your food looks delish and I’ve already tried a few recipes 😍 much peace and blessings to you darling ✊🌺

  • Dana Rosatti says:

    I made truffles the other day using this recipe and it tasted like heaven! ✨🙌🏻💛

  • Ellen Walter says:

    I’ve made your chocolate pot de creme recipe and its divine, everyone loved it!

  • Regina Miller says:

    Nice recipes! Must try them all. Does the strawberry shortcake have to become SOLID in the FREEZER?

  • Heather Dobson says:

    The next time someone tells me I can’t eat nice food because I’m vegan I’m sending them a link to this 😍

  • You have no idea how thankful i am that all of your recipes are Dairy free. keep up the good work.

  • Beatrice Walker says:

    I was just talking about how much I miss donuts on friday and then boom! Here’s the recipe lol.

  • Isla Simmons says:

    Yes! Those look great! My husband loves old fashioned donuts. I must make these for him…okay for me too. 😋

  • Yummmmmmyyy!!! I’m SO excited to start making awesome vegan truffles for the holidays! Thanks.

  • Those donuts look so delicious! Definitely gonna try this recipe! Those are my favorite kind of donuts and they look delicious.

  • Kimberly Braun says:

    Holy moly, I think I’ve got something to do for the rest of my LIFE! Make ALL the vegan truffles!!

  • Belinda O'Neill says:

    Yaaassss!!!! I looooove donuts (guilty These are everything!!! Thanks girl! :-)

  • These recipes have such great timing for me as I have a guest arriving today and need a quick simple dessert to welcome them with! Thanks so much. They look delicious.

  • What brand of vegan white chocolate do you use? I’ve never been able to find any.

  • Pam Rizzuto says:

    Yummmy. I love how simple it is to make these! 👍🏻 Guess I know what I’ll make for dessert tonight. Thanks!

  • Omggg!!! I’m drooling!! Need a snack. haha and one of these would make my day! Thanks for another set of delish recipes.

  • you’re honestly inspiring, I never try recipes like these because I always think they’re too tedious and annoying, but you just showed me that it’s so much fun and it doesn’t matter if you get super messy, it still tastes good!! 😀

  • Bella SUTTON says:

    This shortcake has a great look! Oh man, I am ready to eat one now. Thanks for writing and, as always, I am inspired by your recipe.

  • AWWW this melts my heart >.< These will be such cute treats and it's so fun to make~~ this is awesome!

  • great recipes, already thinking about how to alter them a little to make them partner approved =^.^=

  • Charlotte Preston says:

    This blog is incredible. i made some great healthy delicious meals inspired by these.

  • I loooooove this pots de creme recipe! Can we have more vegan desert recipes pleeeease? :-)

  • can’t eat chocolate at the moment cause my tonsils are huge and chocolate would be torture but thank you for the chocolate porn lol

  • i have a question! if i wanted to make my coating chocolate thinner ( and vegan of course) what should i do? the chocolate i make is not very runny.

  • Susanna Carson says:

    I am definitely going to try these in a couple weeks. I was planning to make Raw Brownies. Maybe I’ll vary it up with your truffles too. I hope they look as pretty as yours!

  • Lucy Brennen says:

    Wow, this pots de creme sounds so good! I would love to try this sometime. Thank you for sharing it.

  • This is by far the best vegan truffles recipe I’ve ever come across. Thank you so much for sharing. :)

  • Jill Stocker says:

    Goodness! I simply must make this vegan strawberry shortcake! Looks great and easy to make.

  • I made this strawberry shortcake for valentine’s day… It was incredible! Can’t wait to make it again.

  • Abbie Shah says:

    These look so delicious and so easy to make unlike some vegan desserts I have seen on other blogs that look complicated and too time consuming. I love how you use simple ingredients most of which I usually have and use regularly! So look forward to making these! Thank you!

  • Isabella Peacock says:

    Oh my goodness those doughnuts look absolutely delicious and tasty I want one of those now.

  • Grace Metcalfe says:

    i just wanted to say, i really appreciate how you give different options for doing things. it’s a welcome change from most other tutorials, which seem to assume one needs a kitchen full of gadgets to make anything nice. so, thank you!

  • Amelia Tyler says:

    The aesthetic is the only good thing about Valentine’s Day. This is precious and everything looks yummy

  • Lola Lloyd says:

    It looks deliiiicious girl! Single valentine (oh what a surprise ahaha) for me but I mean.. More food for me 😋

  • I’M SO HAPPY THIS IS VEGAN . I’m vegan and im always looking for delicious recipes, thanks.

  • Laura Buckley says:

    All of it looks soooo good! If some people don’t like it, then go back to your burgers and fries… This is a real healthy dessert!!!

  • Keira Wood says:

    Great recipes! While I won’t be single this Valentine’s Day, I’ve had plenty of experience enjoying Galentine’s Day and devouring all the chocolate myself! ❤️🌟

  • Gracie Herbert says:

    OMG! Epic desserts!! Who cares about the fat when you are making a cake like this! It’s probably as healthy as a tiered cake would get! I will save this recipe for a special day. And go all out!

  • Georgia Ferguson says:

    Wow this looked so gooooood 😍 I’m looking into becoming vegan and this actually helps me get excited! I can see there’s a whole lot of yummy vegan recipes 😋

  • Amelie McKenzie says:

    Loving the truffles 😍 I love making these and they’re so tasty! Last time I pressed them into a pan and made homemade larabars instead ^

  • Zara Field says:

    These look freaking amazing. I can’t wait to try them!! How often do you eat treats like this (or your other desserts)? Where does it normally fit in with the rest of your meals? Do you eat them in between meals, or after a meal?

  • Ashley Logan says:

    this raw strawberry shortcake looks so delicious. I will make this not just for Valentine Day, for anytime I want something sweet. Thank you for the recipes. Girl you are amazing!!!!!!! Smiles

  • Charlie Harper says:

    Looks absolutely epic… I’ll spend my Valentine’s Day monomealing on beautifully sweet Fuji Apples! Got tons <3 This epic cake I'll make for someone special on any ordinary day I'd like to make epic. Thanks so much for all the effort and love you put into making these recipes. I've got so much love for you, cheers and thank you! 🙂 <

  • Jade Pickering says:

    Love this so much girlie! They look so amazingly delicious I think i am putting them on the to-do list for our valentine’s day date night!

  • Alisha Douglas says:

    I had made this yesterday and refrigerated overnight. It came out very nicely!! It wasn’t too sweet but chocolaty and very creamy!! Yummy! Thank you!

  • Scarlett Parkes says:

    That looks aaaamMMMAAAZING! Kind of like a cake version of those strawberry eclair ice cream bars. I can’t wait to try this.

  • Rebecca Barker says:

    Omg everything looks so delicious and the ingredients are so simple! I can’t wait to try them💖💖💖💖

  • Looks……great!!!!! 💖💖💖 Thank you so much for the recipes will definitely be trying them out soon !! 😘

  • Madison Rowe says:

    I’ve tasted vegan food before, but I’ve never really liked it. Do you think that everyone likes the first recipe? I would really want to try it. 🙂

  • Sarah Watts says:

    Everything looked so yummy, but I’ll definitely have to try the strawberry short cake!! 🍰 🍰

  • Skye Brennan says:

    Wow, those look really good! you’re awesome! thanks for sharing these recipes with us.

  • Keira Williams says:

    Nice creation, but too much fricken detail. Just wack on the cream and shove some strawberries on top and it all tastes the same in your mouth.

  • Mary Collins says:

    These look amazing. I’ll be making these this weekend for my family, cause I’m single. My family will love them for Sunday breakfast.

  • Jasmine Thomson says:

    You are one of those humans who actually came from heaven, right? I’m pretty sure you are because these donuts are a God send!

  • Eve Begum says:

    I want to make some for meh boyfriend. Im really lazy but i need something to be the most adorable gay couple ever

  • Rosie Fleming says:

    I made these this morning, and they’re amazing! Not bitter at all, the sweetness with the ground goji berries is just right. I wrote out the recipe to add to my recipe box.

  • Sienna Sharpe says:

    Ohhhh that Pots De Creme… 😍 I kept saying I wanna make this but I haven’t! I need to do this soon.. But I’ll have to get a roasting pan.. My oven is horrid. I might as well get a new oven.

  • I need a tutorial on how to get a Valentine instead. But my parents love getting Valentine’s gifts from me.❤️

    • Louise Davison says:

      I don’t have a Valentine either, but I have friends that appreciate tokens of friendship. That’s okay, girl!

  • Vegan desserts are really yummy. Contrary to what others think that it doesn’t taste as good.

    • Bethany Nash says:

      I also think they taste good. Your tastebuds adjust to it after a while.😋

  • Olivia Clarke says:

    These recipes are super cute!! College-friendly recipes would be cool! Or things that don’t require a lot of extra equipment to make, like mixers or blenders.

  • Scarlett Yates says:

    Please please do more of these! So cute and inspires me to want to make all your healthy, simple and still yummy foods 😍

  • Eva Hardy says:

    I am, soooo hungry right now. And i just finished eating dinner. Can you imagine how delicious these look right now?

  • Morgan Andrews says:

    I would have strawberry shortcake every year for my birthday but now that i’m raw this will make an exceptional replacement!!

  • Nicole Bloomfield says:

    I recently made these. They were so easy and delicious. My whole family loved them. thank you!!

  • Aaliyah Bell says:

    WOW! This is the most healthy, beautiful strawberry shortcake that I’ve ever seen!!! This is the REAL Strawberry Shortcake! I love strawberries and strawberry shortcake. I want to try this recipe soon!! Thank you so much for sharing this gorgeous recipe! You are a RAWkin’ chef! 😉 I love you! Hugs!

  • Mia Morris says:

    Thanks for sharing your recipes. I would make that cake for a dinner party; but, I couldn’t eat it because of the sugar. I use dates, for the cake I would eat.

  • Rebecca Webster says:

    Could you please make a cake that is FILLED with a huge variety of nutrients, but is also with delectable flavor? I’m confident that you could blast this one out of the water.

  • Your recipes are just amazing and delicious but most of all healthy, nurturing in all kinds of nutrients we need to keep healing in staying healthy in a much more fun and enjoyable and exciting way of living healthy, thank you so much for being you in being so passionate about real food.

  • Molly Manning says:

    Chocolate is the reason I’m alive, my blood is cherry and chocolate ganache, my body breathes in South American Cocoa pods, trust me I could go on.

  • Jodie Vaughan says:

    I don’t like chocolate but my husband does so I may try it. Any reason it wouldn’t work substituting the chocolate with vanilla or butterscotch?

  • Isabelle Kirby says:

    Very nice and delicious ideas but all of these dessert are high in fat because of the nuts. It’s like people who are allergic to nuts can’t enjoy healthy vegan desserts

  • Amelia Holmes says:

    Your recipes are amazing! If you bundle all your recipes in a cookbook, I would be interested.

  • Louise Baker says:

    I think I just died and went to heaven. This looks so delicious and scrumptious! I must make this one SOON!

  • Ella Holmes says:

    OMG this looks insanely delicious!! I need to buy a doughnut tray to make this awesomeness

  • I feel like I need to live with you for a month to be inspired to stick to this fully raw lifestyle! Lol I love everything you make and it’s all so inspiring but I struggle over and over to keep my house fully stocked with whole food goodness. I am consistently falling off the bandwagon

  • Sofia Ross says:

    Going to try your recipes! I love the idea of this one! Just beautiful and yummy! 🍭🎈🍭

  • Jennifer Reynolds says:

    Could you please make some nut free recipes?? I’m allergic to nuts and it means I miss out on so many amazing vegan recipes

  • Matilda Brooks says:

    I love it. Unfortunately I cannot find vegetable cream or whipping cream. How do i make it? Thanks

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  • Amelie Naylor says:

    Thank you for the quick easy ideas!!!! Would love to see some healthy fully plant based meals!! Maybe some breakfast ideas??

  • Scarlett Lowe says:

    I can’t believe how easy these recipes are!! no crazy ingredients and most of them are raw! i absolutely have to try these, thank you soooo much

  • Nicole Tyler says:

    Amazing! Can’t wait to try, my daughter has really bad dairy allergies so these will be a blast making together

  • Emma Reid says:

    I’m going to make the pots de creme. Should I wait till it cools completely before putting it in the fridge or I should do that as soon as they come out of the oven ?

  • Daisy Farmer says:

    I love your enthusiasm. This shortcake looks delicious. I can’t wait to try it at home

  • Megan Nguyen says:

    This is great! It gave me an idea to make something similar with what I had in my pantry. Just used Dates, Peanut butter, Coco powder, cacao nibs (for crunch and more chocolate flavor), and Mexican Vanilla extract (a large bottle I keep for all baking!).

  • Eve Little says:

    do you have to keep the desserts cooled? I’d love to send them in a package and it’d be great if they were to survive the trip ^^

  • Isabelle Johnson says:

    I loved this! These recipes are so simple but they look so cute and yummy! I’m a vegan, gluten and dairy free so I’m definitely trying some of these. I can’t wait to try making these.

  • Jade Miah says:

    I’m super excited!! These were my all time favorite donuts! I’m going to make these!!

  • Lily Hilton says:

    You put so much time and effort into these wonderful and HEALTHY recipes! This is gorgeous! Can’t wait to make this.

  • Could I cook the Pots de Creme in a giant ceramic dish for a large party instead of little individual ones? Will it be the same outcome?

  • Holly Dodd says:

    Thank you for sharing these recipes with us. I have recently been diagnosed with Non Celiac Gluten Intolerance. It has been kind of hard because my biggest weakness is chocolate. Seeing a blogger I trust make these has really made my day! I will be making these as soon as possible. Can’t wait!

  • Eleanor Hilton says:

    Vegan pots de creme are my favorite. Although the plain one is also nice, chocolate sounds good.

  • Hannah Stokes says:

    My husband will enjoy this. He likes this better than the traditional chocolate that are store-bought. This is sweeter!

  • Shirley Nichols says:

    Love these recipes so much! I’m just not sure if I can find all these alternatives in the nearby shops here.


  • Courtney Jarvis says:

    I am in love. you have no idea how thankful i am that all of your recipes are dairy free. keep up the good work.

  • Charlotte Coon says:

    Who else is going to make these and then eat themselves?

  • Lorette Johns says:

    These dessert ideas are so cool.

  • Kara Rollo says:

    I am always confused about what should I gift on Valentine’s day thank you for this million dollar ideas.

  • Jeanette Parkhill says:

    Perfect timings!! Was planning to go for shopping. Thank you for saving my money.

  • Karis Cornett says:

    I am going to make these for myself.

  • Doris Gish says:

    Your valentine’s day recipes are simply divine. I wish somebody would give me this yummy dessert instead of that crappy chocolate.

  • Lily Drews says:

    Thank you so much for coming up with these delicious recipes. I always wonder what could be the best valentine’s day gift I can give someone and finally I have found one.

  • Audrey Palermo says:

    Wow!! So many dessert, so little time I can’t decide which one I am going to make.

  • Jade Hope says:

    I am so happy that you made this. I am vegan and I am so glad I can make a vegan dessert. Thank you so much.

  • Lynda Turley says:

    My friend is vegan and I can finally gift her something vegan this valentine’s day.

  • Myriam Negrin says:

    I am definitely going to make Vegan and Gluten-Free Chocolate Truffles. They look so amazing and so good.

  • Christiane Kuo says:

    Love how simple your recipes are, literally only a few ingredients.

  • Chrystalle Montalvo says:

    You always come through with the healthy recipes. And I am happy that Valentine would not be an excuse for not eating healthy.

  • Stella Arcuri says:

    Perfect chocolate treats for valentines.

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