Food and Diet

How to have a sweet Valentine's day without blowing your diet

The V Palette from Rawsome Treats in New York: a raw, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, Paleo-friendly Valentine's Day cake.

(CNN)Valentine's Day is just around the corner, which for many means pressure to find the perfect gift.

Heart-themed chocolates are flooding store aisles, but this may the February when refined sugar may not make the cut.
The past few years have seen an increase in people adopting healthier plant-based diets or following strict keto and Whole-30 eating plans. Plus, not everyone is ready to give up on those New Year's resolutions so early in the year.
What you need, then, is a more nutritious gift. Here's a look at some keto, low-carb, gluten-free and vegan treats to celebrate your healthy Valentine.

    Chocolate

    Amore di Mona is a luxury, vegan chocolate specialist that delivers nationwide and is available on Amazon. It has some dark chocolate options that may work for keto followers, too.
    No Whey Chocolate has a range of vegan, nut-free and kosher sweet treats, including "I love you" lollipops, heart-shaped chocolate truffle boxes, salted caramels and brownies. It's based in New Jersey but delivers nationwide.