5 Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Valentine’s Day Desserts

If you or your honey want to satisfy your chocolate craving this Valentine’s Day without spending more than 15 minutes in the kitchen, look no further! I’ve gathered five gluten-free, vegan desserts that are sure to be a hit with you and your significant other, your kids, or all your single ladies.

1. One Bowl Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies (GF, Vegan)

One Bowl Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies

One Bowl Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Rich and gooey on the inside, crispy on the outside. Made with oat flour, coconut oil, and flax – you will not feel guilty indulging in these babies.

2. Salted Dark Chocolate Mousse (GF, Vegan)

Salted Dark Chocolate Mousse

Salted Dark Chocolate Mousse

Ten minutes of prep time will give you a decadent and nutrition-packed dessert for two. Why buy dessert at the restaurant when you can cuddle up on the couch and eat this with your Valentine?

3. Maple Bourbon Bacon Dark Chocolate Bark (GF, DF, Nut-Free)

Maple Bourbon Bacon Dark Chocolate Bark

Maple Bourbon Bacon Dark Chocolate Bark

Just one little taste and he’ll be a goner. You can thank Nosh and Nourish when your man melts because you fed him something with bourbon, bacon, AND chocolate in it.

4. Raspberry Fudge Brownies (GF, DF, Nut-Free, Refined Sugar-Free)

Raspberry Fudge Brownies

Raspberry Fudge Brownies

If you need a sweet treat for multiple people, this right here is it. Or if you want to eat an entire pan of brownies by yourself, this right here is also it.

5. Deep-Dish, Single-Lady, Salted Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie (GF, Vegan, Nut-Free)

Deep-Dish, Single-Lady, Salted Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie

Deep-Dish, Single-Lady, Salted Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie

Who says only couples get to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Single ladies deserve some lovin’ too. So whip up this deep dish chocolate chip cookie and find satisfaction knowing that every last bite is yours.

So I know we have some Valentine’s Day haters out there, but don’t pretend you don’t like the excuse it gives you to eat chocolate. Either way, I’d like to know your thoughts: milk or dark?

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