Vegetarian Valentine’s Day Dinners

Enjoy a cozy date-night in and wow your special someone with these delicious Vegetarian Valentine’s Day Dinners. Whether it’s a simple sandwich or a fancier dish, there’s nothing more romantic than a home-cooked meal!

Stuffed squash, broccoli salad, and roasted vegetables.

This collection of vegetarian recipes for two includes a variety of mouthwatering date night dinners. From classic comfort food to casual fresh salads and everything in between, you’ll find plenty of tasty ideas to surprise your Valentine.

Looking to impress? Stuffed spaghetti squash is definitely worth the extra effort. But if you’re short on time or not super confident in the kitchen an easy tortilla pizza or grilled cheese sandwich will have your partner squealing with delight. Whatever you choose to cook, make it with love! 

Vegetarian Valentine’s Day Dinner Ideas

Save Room For Dessert!

Finish off your romantic evening with something sweet. If you’re looking for an easy option, you can make half a cake mix (great if you like having leftovers) or whip up a pair of mini cake mix cakes topped with one of these small batch frostings and glazes.

Baked yellow cakes in ramekins.

Fresh fruit makes a fantastic dessert! From cinnamon baked pears to these impressive (but easy) potsticker fruit tacos or apple nachos for two there are a lot of fun ways to zhuzh up everyday produce. For a simple treat that’s always a hit pair fresh berries with a bowl of small batch whipped cream.

Apple slices with melted chocolate and nuts on a small baking pan.

Lastly, we couldn’t talk dessert without mentioning chocolate! How about a small batch of indulgent cookies for the chocolate fan in your life? This popular small batch chocolate cookie recipe has 8 different flavor ideas (the spicy hot chocolate’s my favorite).

If you’re looking for a simple chocolate dessert that always delivers, it doesn’t get better than these toaster oven s’mores. Use your partner’s favorite chocolate bar, it’ll make them taste extra special!

Gooey toaster oven s'mores on a baking pan.

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