Being bloggers we spend a lot of time looking at other blogs, ooo-ing and ahh-ring at all of the clever people out there. Seriously, some of things we stumble across are so impressive! Seeing as it’s Valentines Day this week we thought we’d put a list together of the best paleo Valentines Day desserts (there might be a chocolate overload!). We’re absolutely loving all of these!
Who would have thought you could paleo-fy the oreo cookie? Well, the spunky coconut did… PLUS she made them in love heart shapes especially for lovers day! Check it out here!
We’re loving the idea of a tea infused chocolate pudding! This one is from Wholehearted Eats, her blog is also just delightful to look at!
What about some not sugar coated cookies with almond cream ‘cheese’ filling… yes please!
These chocolate covered love hearts come from Taylor Made It Paleo.
Melissa from The Clothes Make the Girl shared a whole Valentines Day menu with delicious braised short ribs and a 2 ingredient chocolate mousse. Find the menu and recipes here.
Another one to add is PaleOMG’s strawberry raspberry milkshake fudge hearts (ahhh yum!).
NomNom shares a paleo choccie pie that looks to die for!
A girl worth saving shares a paleo strawberry mousse recipe!
Our beautiful friend Irey from Eat Drink Paleo has put together another list of the most amazing looking paleo Valentines Day recipes! We are eyeing off the baked figs with prosciutto!
Cave Girl Eats shares her ‘brunch with love’ - too cute huh?!
If chocolate and sweet treats aren’t your thing (boohoo) why not try this beet and cranberry spritzer from Sweet Beat and Greeen Bean (what a cute website name!).
Also, don’t forget about our valentines paleo caramel mud cake. Seriously yummy. Go. Bake. Now.
If you’re not into the whole love heart shaped dessert thing, check out all our other paleo sweet treats here - they’re just as yum just not love heart shaped!
Here’s to a loved filled day accompanied by the best paleo valentines day desserts… ever! Let us know what you’re planning to cook, paleo or not!
e + c