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What do Kosher Vegan Valentines eat? Why chocolate, of course, and plenty of it! These Kosher Vegan Chocolate Recipes offer plenty of options for Valentine’s Day and other occasions. With Valentine’s Day just a few days after Shabbat Shekalim (Shabbat before New Month of Adar) and Rosh Chodesh Adar (New Month of Adar) and before the Ta’anit Esther (Fast of Esther), it makes sense to have plenty of Kosher Vegan Chocolate noshes on hand.
If your sweetheart is the traditional type, bribe them with Buckwheat Blintzes, Honey Cake or Chocolate Cheesecake. Taking Hamantaschen to vegan friends? Check out the chocolate version below.
Teaching children to keep Vegan Kosher at the most chocolate-full time of the year? Kid chefs will enjoy preparing Chocolate Chip Challah and Chocolate Chip Cookies.
For a fancier Valentine’s Day menu, whip up a Chocolate Mousse. A decadent batch of Chocolate Truffles will touch the heart of any chocolate-loving Kosher Vegan. These recipes will also add a finishing touch to the celebration of birthdays, weddings and bar and bat mitzvahs.
Hamantaschen (triangle cookies, chocolate option) (ShalomVeg)
Chocolate Cheesecake (Vegan Chef)
Chocolate Chip Challah (Climbin Vegan)
Buckwheat Blintzes (chocolate option) (Smarter Fitter)
Honey Cake (contains cocoa, no honey) (My Jewish Learning)
Chocolate Mousse (Healthy Shabbat)
Chocolate Chip Cookies (Style It Kosher)
Remember to visit our Recipe Index for more Kosher Vegan flavors. Happy Valentine’s Day and Bon Appetit!