Stumped for a Valentine's gift idea? Nothing says 'I love you' like a home-baked box of treats. Even better if you can combine healthy and delicious - which of course, these recipes have.
Hazelnut and chocolate is a combination made in heaven, with the tartness of raspberries giving these bliss balls an extra kick. These bliss balls are nutritionally packed with raw cacao, Medjool dates, hazelnuts and almonds.
This egg, dairy and refined-sugar free creme caramel is a delicious and creamy dessert to enjoy after dinner together.
It's berry season! Whether you have frozen berries or fresh berries to spare, anyone can make this super simple galette recipe - no chef qualifications necessary.
Whether you're serving breakfast in bed or offering up a pre-made jar of this muesli, it's sure to impress! This recipe is as simple as mixing and storing for up to a week. For a nutritious and speedy breakfast, serve with fresh berries and milk or yogurt.
These coconut-y chocolate bars are not only a delicious vegan alternative - they're much healthier than their refined-sugar counterparts.
We love a good brownie - especially when it's packed with healthy wholefood goodness.
Healthy and creamy ice-cream that won't leave you feeling guilty - need we say more?
Say goodbye to sugary, packaged snacks! These delicious, nut-free and refined sugar-free Raspberry and Coconut Cupcakes take about 15 minutes to prep and 30 minutes in the oven. They're the perfect lunchbox treat without the nasties.
Individually-made desserts just got so easy - prepare this pud in 2 minutes flat and have it out of the oven in 20!
We've put a healthy twist on a classic with this vegan, dairy free and gluten free loaf - and yes, it does taste as amazing as it looks.
What are your favourite Valentine's treats? Share them with us in the comments below!