Are you planning for a romantic Valentine's Day but don't want to give in to all the candy and sugar? No need to worry. I've put together some of the best clean eating valentine recipes. They look & taste amazing, all without refined sugar and processed ingredients.
Unlike most recipe roundups for Valentine's Day, I am focussing not only on the sweet side. I've compiled clean eating recipes in the categories of breakfast, dinner (for two) and dessert & treats. So whether you are having a breakfast date, romantic dinner, or just need a treat to surprise your Valentine with, there is a recipe for you here.
From whole wheat sweet rolls to romantic steak dinner, homemade (clean!) chocolates and moist chocolate cake - you and your Valentine will LOVE these clean eating recipes without having to compromise your healthy eating habits.
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CLEAN EATING VALENTINE RECIPES FOR
Coconut Flour Pancakes
Dark Chocolate Oatmeal Pancakes - Kitchen JS
Strawberry Sweet Rolls - Amy's Healthy Baking
Strawberry Banana Milkshake - Unicorns in the Kitchen
DINNER FOR TWO
Baked Pineapple Fried Rice
Beet Lentil Salad with Goat Cheese - Natural Girl Modern World
Balsamic Tahini Beet Noodles - Strength and Sunshine
TREATS & DESSERT
Honey-Sweetened Coconut Macaroons
Gluten Free Sweet Tortilla Pizza - Allergy Free Alaska
SUPERFOOD Chocolate Fudge Red Velvet Cake Bites - Cotter Crunch
Easy Homemade Valentine's Chocolate
Homemade Whole Wheat Graham Crackers
Whole Wheat Chocolate Cake - iFoodReal
Spelt Flour Brownies
Consider a mix of clean eating recipes, including coconut flour pancakes for breakfast, baked pineapple fried rice for dinner, and honey-sweetened coconut macaroons for dessert. These options provide a healthy yet indulgent meal for you and your Valentine.
Opt for clean eating recipes that use wholesome ingredients and avoid refined sugar and processed ingredients. Choose recipes like spelt flour brownies or whole wheat chocolate cake to satisfy your sweet tooth without compromising your healthy eating habits.
While preferences may vary, many people opt for romantic dinners with dishes such as beet lentil salad with goat cheese, balsamic tahini beet noodles, or a steak dinner for two. These recipes allow couples to enjoy a special meal together without sacrificing their health goals.
Food trends for Valentine's Day often include healthier and cleaner options, incorporating ingredients like dark chocolate, berries, and natural sweeteners. Many people opt for recipes that are free from refined sugar and processed ingredients, emphasizing clean eating and mindful consumption while still indulging in delicious treats.