Here are some easy and healthy vegan desserts to enjoy for the holidays. When it’s time for a get-together you want something delicious no matter what. But finding vegan desserts good enough for a special celebration can be tricky. If you try to veganize family favorite recipes sometimes the lack of butter, eggs, or milk could make them dry or otherwise not the best. So, I have collected some favorites here for you to make and enjoy, worry-free.
Whether it’s for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, here are some great dessert ideas to enjoy. These recipes taste rich and enjoyable and are also lower in added sugar and saturated fat compared to traditional recipes.
Brownies and Cakes
These pumpkin brownies by Brandi at The Vegan 8 are tasty and moist: I used light olive oil in place of coconut butter to decrease the saturated fat and reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup total.
Vegan Chocolate Pumpkin Cake Brownies
Chocolate Pumpkin Cake Brownies. Vegan, dairy-free & oil-free & made with pumpkin and chocolate chips. Soft cake and brownie texture.
This “Crazy Cake”, also known as Depression Cake, is another delicious option if you don’t have pumpkin in the house (or if you have a chocolate fix but are snowed in and don’t have a lot of ingredients on hand!). This recipe is from allrecipes.com.
Applesauce or mashed banana can be substituted for at least half of the oil. I have used whole wheat flour for half of the all-purpose flour and cut the sugar to about half as well.
This cake was popular during the Depression, and does not have eggs in it.
You could make these tasty recipes by Megan Byrd RD look more festive by cutting into portions and then drizzling with melted white chocolate and topping with berries, sprinkles, or crushed candy canes!
Easy & Healthy Avocado Brownies
These healthy avocado brownies are so easy to make! With heart healthy ingredients, this simple vegan brownie recipe is so fudgy & delicious!
These are decadent-tasting treats with not-so-decadent ingredients. The truffles are made with nutrient-packed walnuts, naturally sweet Medjool dates, and antioxidant-rich dark chocolate. They will satisfy even the fiercest sweet tooth and are so chocolatey, one little truffle is all it takes. To en…
Tahini Almond Butter Chocolate-Dipped Cookies – Katie Sullivan Morford RD
Stir together almond butter and flour, chia seeds, tahini, and maple syrup and you’ve got the makings for a cookie wholesome enough to qualify as a healthy snack. Dunk in the darkest chocolate you can get your hands on and it makes a decadent-tasting treat. If you want to skip the chocolate dip, add…
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