10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

Who said that veganism could not be fun?

A vegan diet is vibrant and varied and gives you plenty of opportunities to make your healthy meals, suitable for every part of the day. If you take a little time, labor, and use your imagination, you will be able to prepare new, delicious, and healthy homemade desserts that will satisfy your desire for sweets. If you are fond of sweets, then these 10 easy-to-make vegan dessert recipes in the sequel are ideal for you!

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Coconut Vanilla Macaroons

If you’re wondering what sweet to eat for a dessert, we suggest preparing these tastful and healthy macaroons made with coconut, almond milk, sugar, coconut, and almond flour and vanilla extract. The process of cooking them it’s super easy – melt the ingredients in a saucepan, combine with your unsweetened shredded coconut, then bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Cool then eat!

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Vegan Brownies

These brownies are very fudgy and chocolatey and delicious. Plus, the idea to put avocados and avocado oil in the brownies is incredible — also the coffee instead of water – brilliant idea. They’re naturally dairy-free and vegan, made with a few healthier ingredients and you can store them for up to 3 days.

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Berry Bars

First, cook the crust, then add the filling and sprinkle the remaining oat mixture over the berries and again cook for another 22-27 minutes. Let the bars cool completely and always refrigerate them for 2 hours before cutting. These berry bars will quickly become your favorite dessert at any time of the year. Enjoy!

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Avocado Truffle Chocolates

These avocado truffle chocolates have an incredibly smooth and creamy texture, look and tastes amazingly good and are made with five healthy ingredients. With 94 calories per truffle, they are sweet but healthy – a great healthy treat!

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Basil-Berry Lemonade Sorbet

This incredibly easy and quick to prepare, basil-berry lemonade sorbet it’s tangy, refreshing, and delicious – a perfect homemade dessert for the whole family. In a blender mix homemade basil syrup, frozen berries, and lemon juice until getting a smooth texture. Let the mixture freeze about 2 hours before serving.

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

No-Bake Lemon Tarts

These no-bake lemon tarts look and sound delicious, and the whole recipe is made in a blender or food processor. It’s pure lemon perfection – lemon coconut crust, with the tart and vibrant creamy lemon filling. First, prepare the crust, then make the filling and in the end pour the filling into the prepared crust and smooth the top. Freeze about 2 hours before serving.

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Vegan Dark Chocolate Tofu Cheesecake with Peanut Butter Pretzel Crust

What a great combination of sweet and salty, the best low sugar dessert. It looks so smooth and creamy and fluffy. Plus it’s perfect for vegans or those who are avoiding dairy, or for experimenters who are looking for a lighter dessert. I hope you’ll give this tofu cheesecake a try.

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Peanut Butter Caramel Rice Krispies

These Krispies are a deliciously sweet treat and a healthier, unprocessed version of the popular Krispies and naturally sweetened with brown rice syrup. Plus, are quick and easy to prepare, gluten, and oil-free made without marshmallows. If you can restrain yourself, these Krispies get even better the next day. Enjoy!

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

Vegan Chocolate Pudding

If you want natural, dairy-free, delicious, and creamy dessert, try this vegan chocolate pudding. You only need four ingredients and a little patience, but in the end, the result is fantastic. It’s paleo and vegan chocolate heaven in a bowl that everyone will love it. If you desired you can coconut whipped cream on top.

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

 

10 Easy To Make Vegan Dessert Recipes

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