Take the stress out of planning dinner and celebrate the day with this Vegan Valentine’s Day Menu Plan! It’s got everything you need from appetizers to dessert.
People seem to fall into two camps when it comes to Valentine’s Day: either you love it or you hate it. I know it’s a silly holiday created to sell chocolate and greeting cards, but somehow I’ve always really liked it. Maybe it’s the roses and heart-shaped candy. (Or heart-shaped apples with peanut butter and chocolate chips!)
However, what I don’t like is restaurants that charge exorbitant prices for prix fixe menus and require reservations weeks in advance.
That’s why I created this vegan Valentine’s Day menu plan so you can save some money and still enjoy delicious food, whether you celebrate with your sweetie or invite the girls over for movie night. And everything is easy to make and can be prepped ahead of time.
I think the reason I think of Italian food when I think of Valentine’s Day may be obvious:
So of course I knew spaghetti would be the main course!
But first let’s start this vegan Valentine’s Day menu plan with an appetizer.
I love these Antipasto Skewers because they don’t require any cooking. All you need to do is pick out your ingredients and thread them on a cocktail pick. And you can easily eat them while enjoying a glass of wine or other beverage.
And speaking of beverages, my friend Becky over at Glue and Glitter has some fabulous festive recipes.
Next up is salad!
Keep things simple with a green salad topped with your favorite vegetables and Dijon Mustard Salad Dressing. It’s so easy, you can make it in minutes!
And now for the main event of our Vegan Valentine’s Day menu plan: Spaghetti!
Creamy Sundried Tomato Pasta is ready in the time it takes to cook a box of spaghetti. Make the sauce in your high-speed blender for easy clean up!
And finally, it’s time for dessert!
Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be complete without chocolate, am I right? I love this Chocolate Chia Pudding for Two because you can make it ahead of time, even the day before. When you’re ready, serve it with fresh berries or coconut whipped cream and chocolate chips. It’s the perfect ending to a day filled with love.
How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day? Please let me know in the comments!
Do you make heart-shaped treats for your kids? I think they will love these Apple Peanut Butter Snacks.
I also love my friend Sarah’s Jello Jigglers, plus all the other cute allergy-friendly treats on her site Fried Dandelions.
Don’t forget to pin the menu plan for later!