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Valentine's Day Vegan Desserts

The vegan diet and lifestyle have long been popular, but it's becoming more and more mainstream due to its health benefits, ethical concerns toward animals, and its positive impact on the environment.

What better addition to your yoga practice than a vegan diet with yummy treats!

From the people who brought you "Jacy's 3-Day Vegan Guide for Busy Yogis", Vegan Pâtissière brings easy and delicious treats that everybody will enjoy just in time for Valentine's Day.

Vegan desserts can be some of the richest, creamy, chocolatey, and decadent treats out there! When you’re feeding a crowd, sometimes it’s hard to find something that fits everyone’s diet choices. So here we’ve collected our best crowd-pleasing vegan dessert recipes that are sure to please everyone! Each plant-based treat is a tried and true recipe that many have been making for years. Most people might not know these treats are vegan.


Ginger Snap Cookies

These vegan ginger snap cookies are so easy and quick they’re ready in the snap of your fingers… get it?? Jokes aside, these vegan ginger snaps are super easy to make and so tasty! They’re soft and chewy and use real minced ginger, which is key to any tasty ginger cookies!

Classic Sugar Cookies

These are the best sugar cookies with slightly crispy edges and soft, chewy centers. Preparation is a no-brainer – once your dough is mixed, roll out and chill before cutting into shape for cookies that don’t spread in the oven.

Peanut Butter & Jam Cookies

These Peanut Butter & Jam Thumbprint Cookies are the perfect PB&J treats you’ll want to keep all to yourself! These cookies are thick and soft with crispy edges, they’re loaded with peanut butter flavour, and their indents are filled with sweet raspberry jam.


Dark Chocolate Cranberry Cookie Dough

If you're a 90s baby like me, just know that this sensational cookie dough dessert will leave you thinking about the good ol' days. Didn’t we all grow up licking the spoon and eating cookie dough even though there’s raw egg in it? Nothing could stop us! Then, suddenly, it wasn’t safe, and we had to bake the dough. Sacrilege! It didn’t stop me then, and it hasn’t stopped me since. That being said, I understand why some people may think twice about eating raw eggs, but you don’t have to worry about that here because raw eggs aren't needed for this one.

Chocolate Bark

I'm a chocoholic, so one of my top treats to make is Chocolate Bark! This one is sweet and salty, with confetti of colorful ingredients that are irresistible. It’s the best fun treat that makes a great gift.

Dark Chocolate Covered Coconut Bars

If there was ever a homemade chocolate bar to love, it has to be these coconut bars. Oh my gosh, they are healthy…ish and to die for. Dark chocolate, toasted coconut, peanut butter might just be one of the best combos ever.

Peanut Butter Balls

These delicious no-bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls are a quick and easy treat to make for Valentine's Day! What I love most about this recipe is that you don’t need any mixers. Just dump all the ingredients for the peanut butter balls into a bowl and use a spoon to mix it up!