10 Crave-Worthy Vegan Desserts

April 23, 2018
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For anyone with a sweet tooth, eating healthy can be a hard task. But when you have a few tricks up your sleeves, such as vegan dessert recipes, you just might be able to win that battle. We put together a list of 10 not-so-guilty desserts that are just as crave-worthy as the average recipe. Your taste buds and your bodies will thank us later. Enjoy!

Vegan Reese’s Eggs

Easter may be over but that doesn’t mean you have to skip out on these mouthwatering Reese’s peanut butter eggs. Fortunately you can make a vegan version that tastes just as amazing as the original with peanut butter, maple syrup, coconut flour and dark chocolate. Get the full recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Vegan Pumpkin Pie Cups

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This bite-sized fall-flavored treat is vegan and grain free, letting you enjoy every bite without feeling guilty. With a crust made from almond flour and maple syrup, and a filling made of pumpkin puree and mashed sweet potato, you’re sure to enjoy a guilt-free treat. Get the full recipe at Feasting on Fruit.

Vegan Meyer Lemon Bars

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Made with silken tofu and sweet Meyer lemons, this recipe oozes out the perfect custard texture that is completely crave-worthy. Top it with some powdered sugar to make the crowd go wild. Get the full recipe at My Darling Vegan.

Double Chocolate Pecan Vegan Brownies

A brownie that is vegan, gluten free, dairy free and tastes good? Not possible, until you’ve seen this! This brownie recipe has the gooey fudge and crunchy pecans to offer you all the textures you want in a brownie. Plus, it is the perfect balance of chocolatey and nutty goodness. Get the full recipe at Beaming Baker.

Vegan Ding Dongs

A childhood favorite, this sweet treat will bring you nostalgia in no time. But now that we don’t have the metabolism that we once did, we have to rely on a healthier, vegan version of the famous Ding Dong that we all have grown to know and love. Get the full recipe at Neurotic Mommy.

Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

There’s nothing quite like fresh baked cookies straight out of the oven. What’s even better is when your recipe is 100% vegan so that you don’t have to feel as bad after you pop a few in your mouth. Made with coconut oil, applesauce, coconut milk and of course, chocolate chips, this will be your go-to recipe for years to come. Get the full recipe at Baker by Nature.

Mini Vegan Blueberry Cheesecakes

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These delicious mini blueberry cheesecakes require no baking, so you are ready to indulge as soon as you are done prepping! With a crust made from dates and rolled oats, and a filling made from cashew butter, dates, vanilla beans and blueberries, you’ll get a world of flavors in each bite. Get the full recipe at Feasting on Fruit.

Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream

Guilt-free ice cream is a thing, thanks to recipes like this one! In just 25 minutes you can whip up this creamy vegan chocolate ice cream that the whole family can enjoy. Grab some coconut milk and cream, cocoa powder, cashews and vanilla extract to get this divine dessert started. Get the full recipe at Crazy Vegan Kitchen.

Vegan Cinnamon Rolls

Whether you prefer your cinnamon rolls for breakfast or dessert, you won’t regret a thing about whipping these babies up. In one hour you will have soft, fluffy, delicious and vegan cinnamon rolls that are completely drool-worthy. Get the full recipe at Sprinkled with Jules.

Vegan Strawberry Marble Doughnuts

Not everyone should have to miss out on doughnuts, they’re a breakfast sweet staple. When you have a vegan recipe like this – that’s undeniably adorable with its strawberry marble glaze – how can you pass up on a dessert like this? Get the full recipe at The Little Blog of Vegan.

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