Whether you’re cutting back on the number of animal products you’re consuming or whether you just want to try something new, there’s no doubt about the fact that there are some vegan recipes in this world that will knock your socks off. This is especially true if you have a sweet tooth – because these recipes are proof that you don’t need eggs, animal-based butter, or cow’s milk to curb your sugar cravings. In fact, the only problem you’ll have with these recipes is deciding which ones you want to try out first!
Banana bread donuts
Do you love banana bread? Do you love donuts? Well, we have a feeling that you’re going to love this recipe for banana bread donuts. To make these delicious sweet treats, you’ll need four kinds of flour, including buckwheat flour, brown rice flour, tapioca flour, and almond flour. You’ll also need cinnamon, ground ginger, Medjool dates, coconut butter, unsweetened almond milk, and, of course, a banana. Once you’ve made the basic banana bread donut, it’s then up to you what you want to add to the top. You can either leave them plain, or you can top with caramel and nuts, or even some sprinkles if you fancy it.
Chocolate and salted caramel tarts
If you just can’t resist the pull of chocolate, you’ll be happy to know that a plant-based diet doesn’t have to be rid of the good stuff. In fact, dark chocolate that doesn’t have any milk in it is the best way to get your chocolate fix, and it can be used for all kinds of desserts and meals. For this recipe, there are a few steps that are a little fiddly – but you can cheat if you want to. Although you can spend time making the pastry cases and the caramel sauce, you may be able to find them in your local grocery store. If you can, then all you need to do is layer the melted chocolate on top of the caramel and the pastry and then sprinkle with some sea salt.
Raw salted caramel creme brulee
When you think of creme brulee, you probably think of the delicious French dessert that’s just laden with cream – but did you know that you can totally make a vegan alternative? The actual custard bottom can be made pretty simply using cashews, maple syrup, coconut butter, vanilla bean paste, and nut milk. Then you just need to make your own caramel by using Medjool dates, coconut syrup, almost butter, water, and sea salt. Of course, you can’t forget to use a flame for the top, so it becomes nice and crispy after you’ve sprinkled some delicious sugar onto it. It’s the ultimate dessert, and will no doubt leave you wanting more.
If you’re looking for more plant-based recipes to get your taste buds tingling, then these vegan dessert recipes will certainly float your boat. Who knew that delicious desserts didn’t have to be made using the usual animal-based products? These plant-based alternatives are so much better.