There is a common misconception that adopting a vegan diet means missing out on all the fun stuff. How wrong is that?! Having a sweet tooth does not mean you will be deprived as a vegan, in fact there are a plethora of decadent vegan desserts just waiting to be discovered. Who knew that baking could be sublime without dairy and that being vegan does not mean giving up chocolate?
We know that figuring out what works and what doesn’t is time consuming, so we have done all the work for you! We have searched the web to find you our top ten mouth-watering, indulgent, delicious vegan desserts, some of which do not even require baking! Tantalise your taste-buds and show off your culinary prowess with these fabulous fun desserts that will have you and your guests coming back for more.
Vegan Apple Spice Cake with Maple Buttercream:
There’s a real sense of achievement once you have made this delicious cake, which is great for dinner parties. The great thing about this cake is that the recipe is versatile and ingredients and can be substituted for others to create different flavours. It’s a little like 3 or 4 cakes in 1! Try substituting apple with pear or carrot and replace walnuts with peanuts or almonds and maple syrup with agave or brown rice syrup.
Fill your home with the warm, delicious smell of cinnamon by making this heavenly double-layered vegan apple spice cake!
It’s easy to make and combines fresh apple, cinnamon, all-spice, ginger, molasses, and brown sugar with a fluffy and sweet maple buttercream frosting. You’ll feel quite proud of yourself after making this and your sweet reward is eating it!
Easy vegan chocolate cake:
There are some moments when only chocolate cake will do! Whip up this delightful, simple chocolate cake and keep that sweet tooth satisfied! A winner with adults and children alike. Add a little orange rind and juice to the mix to turn this into a chocolate orange delight.
I call this my Matilda Cake because I swear it’s just as good as the cake that Bruce Bogtrotter ate in Matilda. See more 10 Epic Vegan Cake Recipes Everyone loves cake! Bake one of these epic vegan cake recipes to impress even non-vegans at your next party. Read original article here
Vanilla chocolate chunk cheesecake:
Wow! If you are into cheesecake and chocolate this recipe will send your taste buds swirling. This dessert is a showstopper! Perfect for dinner parties or special occasions or if you in the mood to be spoilt! This dessert looks as good as it tastes.
Look at this thing. Seriously, make this for people who call you mean names for being vegan or eating healthy.
They will never mock your diet choices again. Read original article here
Vegan Eton Mess:
This vegan take on a traditional summer dessert is magnificent! Sumptuous, creamy and bursting with berries this dessert will brighten up any spring or summer day. Traditionally made with blackberries, blueberries strawberries and raspberries but any mix of berries can do the job. Try topped with toasted seeds, exceptional.
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Vegan chocolate brownies:
Everybody loves chocolate brownies. These are the perfect treat when you fancy something indulgent. This yummy recipe uses pecans but these can be substituted with an alternative nut or removed altogether. For a pure chocolate experience swap pecans for a different type of vegan chocolate and pair with vegan coconut ice-cream!
“Gooey, nutty and seriously chocolaty, these vegan brownies are a total joy to eat ” Read original article here
Vegan sticky toffee pudding:
Sticky toffee pudding is an all-time favourite and this vegan version does not disappoint. This is amazing with vegan custard AND a scoop of dairy free ice cream.
Preheat oven to 370° F (190° C) and line a 7″ x 7″ (18 cm x 18 cm) cake tin with parchment paper. In a large mixing bowl, beat together the margarine and sugar until pale and creamy. Pour the sponge mix into the cake tin and bake for about 40 minutes, or until the surface of the sponge bounces back when pressed lightly. Read original article here
Raw vegan mini chocolate cream cakes:
This is perfect for those days when you want something sweet, don’t want to do lengthy baking and just need a bite. So many options with this amazing dessert which is exceedingly tasty and looks great as well.
Michelle and Lori from the blog Purely Twins. We love creating simple recipes that fit into your busy life that are gluten-free and grain-free with a mix of raw, vegan, and low sugar. Read original article here
Vegan berry tofu custard:
This berry beautiful dessert is great for when you want something creamy, haven’t got loads of prep time and want to make an impression. Also great for kids, this dessert can be whipped up in 10 mins before chilling for a couple of hours.
You can throw in any combination of berries you like. If you have soy allergies, are avoiding soy, or are on a paleo diet substitute 1 cup of fresh young coconut meat or raw unsalted cashews, and add raw coconut water as needed. Vegan Mixed Berry Pudding Throw everything into your blender, and blast on high for 30 to 60 seconds until smooth and creamy. Read original article here
Vegan pumpkin pie:
Tis the season for pumpkins! The versatility of this recipe is evident from the recipes provided. Three options for filling and three options for pastry crust means there is something here for everyone.
Making a pie from scratch has to be one of the most feared tasks of all time. I would say it ranks right up there with bread baking, public speaking, and drinking something green. I always had this expectation that everything had to go perfectly for the pie to turn out. If my dough ripped while putting it in the dish I would just about have a heart attack. Read original article here
Vegan crème brulee:
An all-time favorite dessert for many! This recipe really works and is absolutely delicious. To top it all off as well as being vegan it is also gluten free! Wow your mates with this delightful dessert as a stunning way to complete a vegan dinner.
Those of you who follow me on Twitter know that I have been struggling to recreate the original crème brûlée without any animal byproducts. The first attempts took place last summer, when I was convinced tofu was the answer to replicate that creamy, jiggling texture, as well as sort of ‘healthify’ (yuck) the recipe. Then I tried it again last week, thinking this time for sure I had the answer. Read original article here