Vegetarian/Vegan Chocolate Recipes for Valentines Day

I have shared two (2) chocolate recipes for Valentines Day in my previous post. Today, I will share again another sets of Chocolate Recipes but this time, these will be special, Vegetarian/Vegan Chocolate Recipes for Valentines Day.

Check these Vegetarian/Vegan Chocolate Recipes for Valentines Day below (recipes excerpted from Vegan Family):

1. Fantastic (very rich) Chocolate Cake

1 and a half cups unbleached white flour
1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup sugar
half a cup of mixed, chopped nuts (optional)
1/2 cup vegetable oil
half a cup cold water or soy milk
half a cup of orange juice
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 tablespoons vinegar


Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Sift dry ingredients into 8″ square or 9″ round baking pan. Mix liquids (except vinegar) and whisk into dry. When batter is smooth, add vinegar and stir quickly, until it is evenly distributed. Put it in the oven, don’t let it stand around (that has something to do with the vinegar) Bake for 25-30 minutes…or longer until done. This cake is great served with Provamel’s soya dream (cream like). Pictured on right with a chocolate “butter” icing (blob of marg, bit of icing sugar, spoon of cocoa, all creamed together) and sprinkled with flaky vegan hot chocolate or whizzers chocolate beans.

A steamed pud with sauce variation sent to us by Bracken: put broken up chocolate bar pieces in the bottom of a microwavable basin and put the chocolate cake mixture on top. Microwave for 2-4 minutes depending on oven.

2. Choc, Fruit and Nut Cookies

This recipe makes about 40 small (2 inch/6cm) cookies

150g/5oz/three quarter cup caster sugar
150g/5 oz/three quarter cup vegan margarine
5 tablespoons of soya milk
300g/10 oz/1and a half cups of plain flour
teaspoon vanilla extract (or according to pack instructions)
a handful each of: chocolate chips, chopped nuts and raisins.

Preheat oven to 200C/400F and grease cookie sheets. Cream together the sugar and marg. Mix in the soya milk and vanilla and then the flour. The mixing of the flour is best done with your hands (messy but fun!). Add the choc, nuts and raisins and mix well. You should have a workable dough (add more flour if it’s too wet or more soya milk if too dry and doesn’t hold together well). Roll out on a floured board (to just under 1 cm thick) and cut into cookies. Lay on cookie sheets and bake for about 10 minutes for soft bake cookies or a little longer for dryer, crunchy ones.

Variations: Leave out the choc, nuts and fruit and half dip the cooled cookies in chocolate – choccy biscuits! Crushed Whizzers chocolate beans are a colourful replacement for chocolate chips. They can also be pressed all over the top prior to baking. Plain cookies with a handful of sesame seeds or desiccated coconut added into the dough are delicious. Plain cookies with a square of chocolate pressed onto them before baking work well too.

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12 Responses
  1. Wow super kalami sa imo recipe.. Will try this at home. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. genny says:

    wow! yummyness…naa pa ni kay mangau ko…was here badat!:-)

  3. I love chocolate cakes! I wish I have an oven so I can learn how to bake too! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Ane says:

    Hey GG! ๐Ÿ™‚ Are you vegan?

    My youngest sister is a vegan, I’m sure she’s going to love this! I’m going to try and make this with her when she comes up for a visit the last week of February and I’m going to tell her I got the recipe from here.. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Looks yum by the way! ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. leira says:

    I love this.. very creative way of preparing a healthy dessert

  6. mymy says:

    oh wow, would love to try this!! yummm!!! bookmarked! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. loue says:

    Love chocolate cakes as in really love, the sad part is I don’t know how to bake and even if I do we don’t have oven in the house hehehe! but I’ll save the recipe in-case someone will give me oven in the future. thanks for sharing, the cake looks yummy..

  8. grace says:

    this must be so yummy!

  9. zoan says:

    i love chocolate cakes and aside from the one your sharing here is yummy and deliciously looking, it is healthy too ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks for sharing this recipe sis, pag marunong na ako mag bake, will cook this one ehehe

  10. Yum yum yum! A must try! I’m sure my little girl will love this! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Perfect timing. My sister and I are learning to bake. Thanks for the choc, fruits nut cookie recipe, something new that we can try.

  12. Maricel Tan says:

    Would love to try this out but I don’t have an oven… ๐Ÿ™ Though the cake looks mouth watering… *drool*

    Doing blog hopping here. ๐Ÿ™‚

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