Valentine’s Day for Vegans

February 14 is approaching, and chocolates and flowers are being ordered 🙂 Valentine’s Day for Vegans is just as good and romantic and it also must have delicious food and chocolates. There’s no Valentine’s Day without chocolates, is there? I think that any day of the year could and should be Valentine’s day, an occasion to spoil your partner, right? But February 14 is a special day, and it always feels wonderful when you and your partner can treat each other to something nice.

Let’s look at some great gift ideas that are ideal to show your love and are cruelty-free at the same time. 🙂 It’s a win win for love, isn’t it? 😉

Valentine's Day for Vegans
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They are a must for many. Well, not everyone is crazy about chocolate, but yours truly is, and it is a Valentine’s favorite, so it’s first on my list 😉

Some excellent vegan chocolate gifts are the following.

Delafaille are of the finest Belgian chocolates, and not only are they vegan, but also certified kosher. Reviews on Amazon are either 4 or 5 stars, and it can’t be otherwise, can it? Belgian chocolates are known as the best in the world (and I’ve had many 😉 )

Gourmet chocolate truffles, vegan and gluten free. With over 200 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon, you can’t go wrong with this one either.

==> Check out this easy recipe for homemade, raw vegan chocolates <==

Miami Beach Chocolates Deluxe truffles in an edible heart. This can be made kosher upon request.

Artisanal chocolate, vegan option, and freshly made with only the highest gourmet quality chocolate. And you can even eat the heart it comes in!

A Gift Basket

This is a vegan snacks package that comes in a red Valentine’s gift bag. A thoughtful present if you happen to have a vegan girlfriend (or boyfriend) 😉

Gourmet Vegan Delights Gift Basket includes all kinds of delicious goodies, like gluten free whole grain Kañiwa, blueberry pie filling, hot fudge, dried cranberries and blueberries, organic triple berry granola, pitted olives with herbes de Provence, and BjornQorn popcorn. This makes a wonderful gift.

Healthy Vegan Snacks Care Package

This one is brimming with 20 individually wrapped healthy snacks. Ideal for any occasion, and certainly also Valentine’s Day 🙂


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Other Ideas

Besides, chocolates, gift baskets, and flowers, I have added here some other nice gifts that will make your vegan date’s or partner’s day 🙂


In case you feel like whipping up a meal, click here for a recommendation for a great vegan cookbook

Final Thoughts

Thoughtful gifts go a long way. If you do not know what to buy your vegan date or partner, I hope that the above suggestions may be of some help. I certainly wouldn’t mind getting one or more of these myself 😉

Wishing you all the best for this upcoming Valentine’s Day!

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10 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day for Vegans”

  1. Brilliant website! I always have to study hard and research for some good vegan chocolate and you’ve done the hard work for me. I have to say Belgian chocolate is my favorite! I like how you also have a recipe on there too for a home made touch.
    I always enjoy your articles. I look forward ot more!
    Stay healthy!
    Jamie L.

  2. Hey Christine,

    When it comes to Valentine’s Day and thinking about my girlfriend being a vegan, there was only one website that I would come through….yours 🙂

    I was hoping you could save the day for Valentine’s Day and what do I see when I come to your site? The perfect article to help me.

    Chocolates and the gift basket will be great and I know my girlfriend will love. I think she will appreciate the effort too…I hope.

    I will will let you know what she thinks.

    Thank you for sharing another amazing article and keep up the amazing work.

    All the best,


  3. Hi Christine, I have to say, I am hungry now for chocolate reading your post. Yummy! And you are right! Chocolate is a must for most valentine’s presents, especially for women.
    I love chocolate, and I make it myself because I don’t particularly appreciate how chocolate is treated commercially. Raw chocolate is the best. Using quality ingredients makes the taste very fine. I have a recipe, and if you are interested, I would like to give it to you. You also have a great recipe, and I will try it.
    It is a great idea for Valentine’s day to make the chocolate yourself and give it away as a gift.
    Thank you for all your ideas for Valentine! 🙂

    • Hi Sylvia,

      I also love making my own chocolate. I hope you try my recipe. It’s easy and the chocolates are delicious. And yes, I would love to have your recipe too, feel free to share it 🙂 I’ll try it out as well 🙂
      Thank you for your comment!

  4. Hi there Christine I am not a vegan so I didn’t even realize that chocolate could fall into the vegan category but I liked some of the chocolates you have.
    My wife has recently found out that she is Gluten intolerant, they would make a great gift. Thanks for the ideas.

  5. Hi Christine, I really enjoyed your text! Even though I don’t have a vegan boyfriend and don’t know any vegan couple, I’m surprised there are so many vegan sweets! Of all things, I liked the suggestion for a T-shirt or a cup with an inscription. I don’t like romantic inscriptions, but something cool and cute. You gave me an idea and I will choose between these two proposals. I love visiting your site, keep being the best! And happy Valentine’s Day to you, no matter if you have someone or not. We celebrate love!
    Greetings, Danijela

    • Hi Danijela,

      Very true, no matter if you have someone or not, we celebrate love.
      I’m happy you liked the T-shirt and cup, I think they’re quite original 🙂
      Thanks for your comment! And Happy Valentine’s Day to you too!


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