10 Vegan Desserts Perfect For Two
Regardless of your food preferences, this list of vegan desserts will steal your heart! Whether you’re a foodie or simply looking for easy recipes to treat yourself and your beloved ones or friends now and then, I’m certain you’ll find something for yourself amongst the desserts listed below. These vegan desserts will satisfy every sweet tooth and reduce cravings. Here’s the list of the most delicious and indulgent vegan desserts you should try at least once in your life!
1. Vegan Cookie Dough
When I bumped into this recipe for the first time, I couldn’t believe how easy it seemed and doubted that a combination of chickpeas and almond butter would actually taste this good. I can guarantee that you don’t have to be a food guru or spend hours in your kitchen to make something so simple so delicious!
2. Chocolate Pumpkin Truffle Pops
This is my go-to after-dinner vegan dessert because it is easy, affordable and tastes like heaven! Plus Medjool dates are my guilty pleasure! The combination of dates, coconut, and pumpkin always work very well, and you can snack on them any time. And if you’re throwing a party or expecting last-minute guests then grab the ingredients you have on hand and spare 10 minutes making the pops your guests will never forget!
3. Easy No-Bake Fruit And Nut Granola Bars
Granola bars accompany me when I’m on the go and need a quick fix and energy boost. Beautifully wrapped in a greaseproof paper and a piece of string can be a great gift for your friends and family too. Satisfy your tastebuds with this simple recipe for crunchy bars – use your favorite nuts and follow the steps.
4. No-Bake Chocolate Crunch Brownies
I don’t know about you but refined sugary brownies are not my thing! I definitely prefer using natural sugars as much as I can to empower my body and mind from within. dates are an ideal sweetener and combined with coconut they become the ultimate bomb in taste! This recipe is all about good sugar, healthy fats and a good portion of creamy chocolate at once. No-bake vegan desserts are phenomenal!
5. Vegan Pumpkin Scones With Maple Glaze
This is a healthier version of traditional Scottish scones. They’re slightly different in texture and more flavorsome, less sweet, light and fluffy. Personally, I skip the glaze and cut the scones in half to spread nut butter on top and add a few slices of banana or berries. it tastes unreal when still warm! Perfect snack for your coffee break!
6. Raw Raspberry Ruffle Bars
When I first saw this recipe, I thought that it must be the most wonderful treat out of all vegan dessert out there. My first association was with the Milkyway bars since they look very alike and the filling is as fluffy and delicate as theirs. If you spare 20 minutes of your time, Raw Raspberry Ruffle Bars can in your hands!
7. Snickers Crisp Rice Slice
When I was a child, Snickers used to be one of my favorite bars ever created! With time, I learned more about the human body and healthy lifestyle, and I apprehended that refined sugar is supposed to be tasty but it causes damage to our bodies. Gradually, I reduced the amount of refined sugar I used to consume and started seeking healthy alternatives. This Snicker Slice does the job – healthy idea to my once so beloved bars!
8. GF And Vegan Cranberry-Almond Tartlets
Cranberries must be my favorite sour fruit! Homemade cranberry jam with homemade pancakes and a drizzle of honey seems to generate a perfect Sunday breakfast. However, any cranberry treat are equally satisfying!
9. Banana Bread Donuts
Imagine combining the flavor of banana bread with the texture and shape of donuts! With a touch of cinnamon, pecans and maple syrup, Banana Bread Donuts will make every movie night with your friends 5 times better!
10. Vegan Panna Cotta With Rhubarb Compote
if you fancy something creamy and light, not chocolatey but rather sugary then don’t look for any vegan desserts any further, this one is for you! Very sweet and strong flavor of pannacotta combined with rhubarb gives you the taste of autumn and it is wonderful for gossips and a cup of tea on a side.
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