These delish vegan aphrodisiac recipes practically guarantee a sexy night in!
This Valentine’s Day, forget oysters and whipped cream – there are lots of cruelty free foods to feast upon for sexy feels. Oh yes, we’re talking vegan aphrodisiac recipes!
Plant based foods have surprisingly sexy effects, as PETA tried to explain in their advert titled ‘Last Longer‘ which showed a split screen of two men having sex. One was vegan, the other a meat-eater, and the message was clear: vegan men last longer in bed than those who chow down on meat.
The ad was created to alert male viewers to the fact that eating foods high in cholesterol, such as meat, eggs and dairy products, hits them where it hurts; their sex drive. Such foods have long been linked to artery blockages that cause inadequate functioning of not only a man’s heart, but also his other vital organs, whilst also slowing down the flow of blood to their you know where.
On the other hand, a vegan diet can actually help boost sexual performance, get our blood flowing and keep the hormones we need to feel horny alive. The top three vegan foods to do so? Vegan chocolate, champagne and asparagus – but there are plenty more; just look below.
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Vegan Aphrodisiac Recipes For Sexy Nights In
Vegan Aphrodisiac Foods
Chocolate: Vegan dark chocolate contains phenylethylamine (PEA) which works to stimulate the very same hormone that your body releases during sex. Now you know why you love chocolate so much!
Red wine: You don’t need to get drunk to enjoy the aphrodisiac effects of red wine – even a small amount of red wine can boost blood flow and help you to relax. Use a website like Barnivore to check your wine is vegan, though!
Aniseed: If you love the sweet flavour of aniseed and its cousin, licorice, then you can expect an increase in female sexual arousal, as these help boost female hormone balance.
Cinnamon: Have you ever eaten cinnamon and felt is physically give warmth to your body? Well, it can have the very same effect downstairs, too!
Pine Nuts: Men, if you’re looking to boost your testosterone and stamina, then you might want to start sprucing up your meals with some of these.
Cardamom: Adding cardamom to your food will also have an impact on the blood flow down there.
Maca: This caramel tasting superfood has been used to treat both fertility and lack of arousal. By adding some maca to your diet, it can boost your sex drive and even help men suffering with erectile dysfunction.
Chili peppers: Can you handle the heat of chilis? You may want to suffer through the spice, as it causes the brain to release endorphins – the chemicals that give us those feel-good vibes!
Ginger: Similar to chili peppers, adding ginger to your food will increase circulation and body temperature, getting you in the mood.
Pomegranate seeds: These jewel-like seeds can be added to salads and desserts, and you’ll reap the rewards as these seeds not only increase blood flow, but also sensitivity ‘downstairs’.
Asparagus: Whilst it’s true, asparagus may make your wee smell a little funky, it’s also celebrated for its abilities to increase circulation and make you hella horny – maybe because of its phallic shape?
Garlic: Okay, so you may not want to gorge on garlic right before a make-out session, but eating garlic can increase the blood flow, which helps to improve stamina and sexual energy.
Watermelon: This common fruit has recently been hailed as the new Viagra, as it has similar effects on blood vessels throughout the body, especially for men.
Pumpkin seeds: Forget slurping back oysters – pumpkin seeds also happen to be high in zinc, which is essential for maintaining both healthy sperm production and preventing testosterone deficiency in men. Not only that, but they’re also jam packed with libido-boosting vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin B, E, C, D, K.
Celery: When thinking of aphrodisiacs, celery wouldn’t naturally spring to mind, but you may change your mind after learning that the vegetable contains androsterone and adrostenol, two chemicals that help you get aroused. Eating celery also increases the pheromone levels in a man’s sweat, making them more desirable to women. (Just be sure that celery is organic!)
Figs: Figs were one of Cleopatra’s favourite foods, and have long been hailed as being an aphrodisiac due to their uncanny resemblance of the female sex organs.
You can also add a sprinkling of this cult favourite to any dish: if your sex drive needs a little jump start, Moon Juice has proven popular (and effective!). Moon Juice’s Sex Dust is a powdered blend of natural, plant-derived ingredients proven to boost your energy levels and help to recover those feel good vibes. Rich in he shou wu (commonly used in Asia to promote youthful ‘vigour’), alongside organic cacao, shilajit (renowned for its ability to support fertility), maca, organic schisandra, cistanche, epimedium and organic stevia, this has a warm, slightly bitter/sweet flavour – just sprinkle on your cereal, soups, stews or even in the smoothie recipes below for more mojo!
So, now you know which vegan foods can help to boost our sex lives, it’s time to get cooking up a storm in the kitchen. With 7 in 10 people preferring to be cooked for on a date night than being taken out for dinner, you’ll be in need of some killer recipes to cook, right? We’ve got 26 vegan recipes below that will help you to plate up some passion on a plate. And with 22% of people admitting that their romantic evening has resulted in ‘eating too much’ we’ve kept these recipes indulgent yet light, so nothing will get in the way of your sexy evening ahead.