Appeal to your loved one’s sweet tooth this Valentine’s Day with some of these all vegan sweet treats. Or, just treat yourself!
Who says macarons can’t be vegan? The geniuses at Sweet Maresas worked on a vegan version of the classic macaron for a year. So you know a lot of love went into crafting these to perfection.
All of the treats at this bakery are delicious (and gluten-free for those of you who have gluten issues), but I think the MOST delicious treats they offer are their donuts, of the plain and simple cinnamon sugar variety. I consider myself a bit of a donut snob, and these are, by far, the best I’ve ever had. It might be the most you’ll ever spend on a box of donuts, especially if you’re shipping them. But, trust me, they’re worth it and your loved one will thank you. If your loved one is a baker, consider getting the Baby Cakes cookbook
Okay, so these don’t qualify as sweets because you can’t eat them, but this gift box by Rica contains some deliciously scented and decadent bath and body products certainly worthy of gifting to your loved one. Rica makes all of their products daily in Brooklyn, N
- The box contains:
- Peony + Weeping Willow Mini Soy Candle
- Lavender Rose Bath Bon Bons
- Lavender Rose Siesta Salts
- Body Oil
- Body Butter
- Exfoliating Sisal Wash Cloth
For the anti-Valentine minded who still want to give a gift on Valentine’s Day, this box of chocolates comes from the famous Vegan Treats Bakery in Pennsylvania.
Sometimes the sweetest gifts are homemade Here are a few delicious recipes if you feel like treating your loved one to some homemade goodies.