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Want to enjoy a chocolate treat on Valentine’s Day yet remain whole food, plant-based? No worries! Try these delicious and decadent heart healthy recipes to celebrate love and friendship.

        

Fabulous Chocolate Cupcakes With Mousse Frosting

Fabulous Chocolate Cupcakes With Mousse Frosting

These fabulous chocolate cupcakes made with wholesome plant-based ingredients will satisfy your most devilish dessert cravings without taking a toll on your health or sending you straight into a sugar crash.
Chocolate Obsession Oatmeal

Chocolate Obsession Oatmeal

This cacao-rich oatmeal promises to satisfy anyone’s chocolate obsession. The dates lightly sweeten the oatmeal, and the chia seeds pack a punch of energy-boosting power.
Chocolate Strawberry Brownies

Chocolate Strawberry Brownies

These delectable plant-based brownies are richly flavored with cocoa and fresh strawberries, and are oh-so-fudgy good.
Cherry Swirl Smoothie Bowl

Cherry Swirl Smoothie Bowl

Dark, sweet cherries are packed with vitamin C, potassium, and fiber and are kissed with the floral essence of rosewater in this sweet, swirly, nutritious smoothie bowl. Add cocoa for a cherry chocolate twist!
Unbelievably Plant-Based Double Chocolate Cake

Unbelievably Plant-Based Double Chocolate Cake

This decadent cake is moist, fluffy, and melts in your mouth. Pair with creamy chocolate peanut butter frosting and fresh raspberries for the ultimate sweet treat.
4 Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

4 Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

This velvety chocolate mousse has only four ingredients and a fraction of the fat of traditional mousse yet is still a decadently delicious treat.

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