Decadent Valentine's Day Desserts You Can Feel Good About Eating

Written by Leah Vanderveldt

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Whether you're coupled up, looking to throw a Galentine's Day bash, or just want to treat yourself to something sweet, here are six mbg-approved Valentine's Day goodies perfect for gifting.

Whether you're looking for something that's low in added sugar, vegan, or gluten-free, you know we've got you covered.

Aquafaba Meringue Kisses

Photo by Lazy Cat Kitchen

Aquafaba (the water that chickpeas are cooked in) actually makes a great substitute for egg whites. These meringues are totally plant-based and laced with beets to give them that blushing pink hue. Get the recipe from Lazy Cat Kitchen.

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Vegan Spelt Doughnuts

Photo by Gather and Feast

Up the romance factor on these doughnuts by topping them with rose petals and cacao nibs. Get the recipe from Gather & Feast.

Salty Chocolate Date Caramels

Photo by Heartbeet Kitchen

Chewy, chocolatey, sweet, and salty—forget the heart-shaped box of candies and go straight for these date caramel squares. Get the recipe from Heartbeet Kitchen.

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Chocolate Raspberry Truffles

Photo by Liz Moody

Naturally sweet chocolate truffles with pretty raspberry centers are the perfect way to send some love. Get the recipe from Liz Moody on mbg.

Apple Rose Tart

Photo by Green Healthy Kitchen

Beautiful, grain-free, and plant-centric—this apple rose tart will get some serious heart eye emojis. Get the recipe from Green Healthy Cooking.

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Beet Brownies with Rose Petals

Photo by Move Nourish Believe

Beet brownies with rose petals, chocolate-dipped strawberries, and DIY cacao chocolates—check out mbg for these Valentine's Day sweets from Lorna Jane.

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