Nothing says I love you like a homemade sweet treat for your loved one.
The best part about these 5 recipes is that you don’t even need to turn the oven on.
They all taste so good that your special someone won’t even know that they are healthy (unless you tell them).
Fudge Prepare the day before Valentine’s Day if you like so that you aren’t rushed on the day.
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Dark Chocolate Coconut Roughs

healthy_foodCalories: 158
Just 4 ingredients is all you need to make this nostalgic treat that’s much healthier than the original.

Orange & Chocolate Avocado Mousse

healthy_eatingCalories: 219
Another 4 ingredient wonder, this mousse is made light and creamy thanks to the richness of the avocado. Don’t worry, the mousse doesn’t taste of avocado, and chocolate-orange is a well-liked combination of flavours.

Raw Chocolate Mini Cakes

healthy_foodCalories: 195
For a great ending to your Valentine’s Day meal, these gorgeous mini cakes will fit the bill. Using healthy yet indulgent ingredients such as coconut cream and almond butter make this a decadent dessert without any added table sugar.

Choc Dipped Cherries

healthy_foodCalories: 123
Grab some cherries while they’re still in season to prepare this cute looking treat to share. All you will need is some good quality dark chocolate, coconut oil, desiccated coconut and of course fresh cherries (you could also use strawberries).

Almond & Cacao Fudge

healthy_eatingCalories: 134
Perfect to nibble on while you gaze into each other’s eyes, this delicious fudge is simple to make. Just melt all of the ingredients and then allow to set in a cake tin in the fridge. You could also use chocolate moulds (heart shaped, of course) if you wanted to make smaller bite sized fudge pieces instead.