6 Vegan Foods Make You Go Back for Secondsby Vegan Culinary Cruises Luxury – All Inclusive – All Vegan
What better way to end a meal than with a delicious vegan dessert? Vegan desserts don’t have to be boring – it’s time you discovered that yourself. The recipes from vegan cuisine are the best way to treat your sweet tooth without harming animals. These simple, easy-to-make recipes will make you go back for seconds!
With the growing number of people with dietary restrictions, it can be difficult to find desserts that fit everyone's needs. Especially for those who decide to adopt a vegan lifestyle and don't want to sacrifice the sweet treats we all know and love. If you're looking for some vegan dessert options that still taste just as good as the original versions, check out these vegan desserts.
Chocolate Fudge Brownie Cake Recipe
This decadent chocolate fudge brownie cake recipe is the ultimate treat for chocolate lovers. Every layer of this three layer cake is made with two types of chocolate and topped with a rich vegan chocolate frosting. It’s seriously delicious!
The fudgy brownie layer is made with dark chocolate, mashed dates and walnuts. Once it's cooked, the brownies are sliced in half, filled with a creamy chocolate peanut butter filling and topped with a layer of ganache.
Pumpkin pie is one of the most ubiquitous desserts in America during the fall. It's delicious, festive, and full of antioxidants. This recipe is a great way to use up leftover pumpkin puree after you've carved your jack-o'-lanterns. For this recipe, you can use canned pumpkin puree or make your own by steaming or roasting sugar pumpkins until tender and then pureeing in a food processor. This pie is particularly easy because it uses a frozen pie crust.
Vegan Chocolate Banana Muffins
Chocolate and banana make a perfect pair in this classic muffin recipe. Made without eggs or dairy, these muffins are vegan, but they're so moist and delicious that no one will know the difference.
These chocolate banana muffins are perfect for any kind of occasion. They’re made with only a few ingredients, they’re super healthy, they’re moist and fluffy, they’re not too sweet and they will satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.
Chocolate and banana is always a winning combination, but these muffins are even better when they're warm. A healthy alternative to a chocolate muffin, these vegan treats are too good to eat just one.
Vegan Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins
Let’s start with this vegan blueberry oatmeal muffin recipe. It uses a handful of healthy ingredients, like whole wheat flour, almond milk and maple syrup. This is a great recipe for making muffins to go for breakfast or for packing into school lunches. They're also great as a snack and are freezer-friendly so you always have something on-hand.
If you love berries and oatmeal, then these blueberry muffins are for you. They're best with fresh berries, but frozen berries work as well.
Vegan Strawberry Shortcake
These vegan strawberry shortcakes are rich, decadent and delicious. The recipe calls for making your own shortcakes, but feel free to buy them premade if you’re short on time!
These Vegan Strawberry Shortcakes are one of the most delicious desserts ever! They can be made gluten-free if necessary and they are sweetened with maple syrup instead of sugar. They have a secret ingredient that helps them stay moist and tender - applesauce! The strawberries can be substituted for any fruit of choice!
Vegan Bread Pudding
Vegan bread pudding is a wonderful, comforting dessert. It's easy to make and, unlike other desserts, it has that homey feeling of comfort food. Vegan bread pudding isn't just delicious though; it's also surprisingly healthy.
This Vegan Bread Pudding is an easy dessert recipe that can also be made ahead of time! It is super moist, filled with spices and chocolate chips, and served with a creamy coconut whipped cream on top. A great way to use up leftover bread! It is also dairy free and egg free.
This one is completely vegan, which means no dairy or eggs! The raspberry sauce is also quite easy to make and gives the pudding a much-needed dose of fruitiness.
This food is great to pack during your vegan travel. It will keep you full until your next meal.
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