For us, Valentine’s Day dinner should be luxurious and special, preferably with a selection of delicious dishes that can be easily shared. If you prefer to avoid the crowds and cook at home, we've got the perfect romantic vegan menu for you.


You might like to start the day with one of our vegan brunch recipes, or browse our vegan meals for two. For more inspiration, see our 10 most popular Valentine’s Day dishes.

Vegan Valentine’s Day menu

Starter: luxury hummus

Luxury hummus with whole chickpeas and crudites

Sharing starters are perfect for Valentine's Day. You can blitz together this super-silky hummus the night before, so all you've got to do is fry the whole chickpeas with spices until crispy and scatter on top along with pomegranate seeds. Serve with toasted pitta and crunchy crudités.

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Main course: pasta all norma

Pasta alla norma with fresh basil and parmesan

Nothing says romance like Italian food, and this is up there with the best. This easy version of alla norma uses roast aubergine instead of fried, which is tossed with spaghetti and a rich tomato and basil sauce.

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Dessert: vegan chocolate tart

Vegan chocolate tart with a slice taken

All you need is love... and a slice of this indulgent chocolate tart. It has a crunchy digestive biscuit base and rich, creamy filling made with coconut milk. Serve with raspberries or strawberries.

Browse all our vegan dessert recipes – there's something for everyone.

To drink: Passion fruit mule

Passion fruit mule

For a tipple worth of Valentine's Day, make a mule with a tropical twist by adding passion fruit to the classic vodka and ginger beer mixture.

We have lots more cocktail recipes for you to sip on.

For an edible gift: vegan truffles

Chocolate truffles on a stand

For a final romantic touch, score serious brownie points with a tray of homemade vegan truffles. They’re easy to make – just pour a warm oat milk, sugar and vanilla mixture over dairy-free dark chocolate, cover and chill, then roll into balls and coat in cocoa powder.

Want more like this? Now try:

Classic Valentine's menu
How to host a Galentine's Day party
Healthy vegan breakfasts
Pasta recipes for two
Quick meals for two

For more top-rated romantic meals, see our all our Valentine's Day recipes.


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