Vegan dishes are difficult to appeal to non-vegans, because people think that they don’t contain the good stuff that normal dishes do. And with Fall approaching, vegan Fall desserts are the perfect time to show your friends what they’re missing.
Vegan Fall desserts are a better alternative, because not only are they delicious, but they’re also better for you.
Here is a list of 10 vegan Fall desserts even non-vegans will think are amazing:
1. Vegan Pumpkin Sugar Cookies
If you’re trying to eat more plant based diets or are even looking for better dishes to cook, The Minimalist Baker is the first place you should check out.
For the Fall, this vegan dessert is light and easy to bake as it doesn’t require a lot of ingredients! Not only that, but it’s festive, too.
You can find the recipe by The Minimalist Baker here.
2. Vegan Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars
A misconception with vegan dishes is that you don’t have a lot of wiggle room to play around, but it’s quite the opposite!
You can easily try out new ingredients and see what works for you. There is no set recipe! With this salted caramel apple pie bar recipe, you can store them for a few days and give them out to friends. They’re not messy at all.
You can find the recipe by Happy Healthy Mama here.
3. Vegan Cinnamon Baked Apples
Cinnamon and apples usually make the perfect pair, but during Fall, they are elevated to a whole other level. Add baked apples to the mix and it will warm your insides aided by the warmth of the cinnamon.
You can try adding a scoop of vegan vanilla ice-cream for an added flavor!
You can find the recipe by Vibrant Plate here.
4. No-Bake Vegan Pumpkin Pie Bars
Nothing says easy baking than a recipe that doesn’t require any baking at all!
Bars are all the hype this Fall; forget about pies and tarts! You will be preparing your own vegan bars at home from now on, because they are child’s play and packed with flavor.
These vegan pumpkin pie bars are elegant looking and bite sized! I’ll have 20, please.
You can find the recipe by JoyFoodSunshine here.
5. Vegan Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to go into a food coma, then this vegan Fall dessert is the perfect dish to put you into one.
Packed with sweet flavors such as pumpkin and caramel in every bite, it’s a soft chewy cake that will send you into heaven!
You can find the recipe by Neurotic Mommy here.
6. Vegan Baked Pears With Crisp Oat Filling And Coco Whipped Topping
Although the title of this vegan Fall dessert is a mouthful, so are the delicious bites of it!
If you’re more interested in pears, than you are apples, then luckily for you, pears taste just as amazing when they are baked. Takes a whole 50 minutes to make, so you won’t have to wait long before tasting your own success.
You can find the recipe by Organic Authority here.
7. Baked Pumpkin Cheesecake
You might be wondering how come this recipe is in the vegan Fall desserts list, but this dish is completely dairy-free. It contains a crust packed with crunch and a coconut flavored cream on top that will make you craving for more.
Unlike a raw vegan dish, this one will melt in your mouth.
You can find the recipe by Unconventional Baker here.
8. Healthy Chocolate Orange Oatmeal Cookies
Once again, another no-bake vegan Fall dessert dish to make your life easier, but still full of flavor!
Takes a mere 15 minutes to make (unbelievable!) which is the ideal dish to prepare when you’re on the run or completely forgotten that you’re having a few dinner guests over.
It’s packed with crunch in every bite and the orange complements the chocolate perfectly.
You can find the recipe by Vegan Chickpea here.
9. Baked Apple Cider Donuts
Krispy Kreme has got nothing on these baked (not fried) donuts! They are healthier than your everyday donut with the same amount of flavors!
They are soft, moist and make for the perfect midnight snack.
You can find the recipe by Veggie Inspired here.
10. Maple Orange Sesame Bites
If you’ve never had that much of a sweet tooth, then these orange sesame bites are the perfect vegan Fall dessert to impress yourself and your friends.
They are light and don’t include a lot of sugar. The sesame seeds cancel out the sweetness from the rest of the ingredients!
You can find the recipe by This Rawsome Vegan Life here.