Splitting a dessert as you gaze into your beloved’s eyes just screams romance. You know what else screams romance? Not having to share your dessert in the first place! Honestly, it’s one thing to share your life with someone. Where is it written that you have to pony up half of your cake in the process?

It’s long since been the advice of renowned relationship experts that the couple who makes individual dessert portions so they don’t have to share, continue to care.* By making a dessert that only serves two or a dessert designed to be made into individual servings, you can have your cake and eat it too. Don’t worry, you can still feed a forkful of a decadent trifle or comforting apple pie pastry to your Valentine– it just doesn’t have to be a forkful of your portion

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This Valentine’s Day, here’s to romance, passion and hogging your share of the carrot cake.

*That’s actually not a real thing. It should be though. 

 

Raw Carrot Cake and Cream Cheese Hearts [Gluten-Free]

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Neapolitan ‘Milk’ Shakes 

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Valentine’s Day Vegan Pancake Cookies

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Mexican Hot Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

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Special Dark Chocolate Vegan Cake

Celebrate Valentine's Day With These Decadent Desserts For Two

Individual Apple Pie Pastries

Celebrate Valentine's Day With These Tempting Treats For Two

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Clean Eating Peanut Butter Brownie Triffle [Gluten-Free]

Celebrate Valentine's Day With These Decadent Desserts For Two

Beetroot Cake That’s So Good, You Can Eat it for Dinner [Raw, Gluten-Free]

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Raw Chocolate Molten Lava Cakes

Celebrate Valentine's Day With These Tempting Treats For Two

 

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For all the Valentine’s Day treats you’ll need, check out our The Ultimate Guide to a Vegan Valentine’s Day!

 

Lead Image Credit: Judy Moosmueller