When you’re planning a get-together, it’s easy to get flummoxed when trying to figure out what everyone is going to like. Different people have different dietary requirements and preferences, and sometimes it can seem overwhelming to come up with a plan that will make everyone happy.
These delicious vegan desserts offer you the perfect solution. They’re suitable for vegans and vegetarians, but so tempting that everyone will enjoy them.
These “bliss bites” are made with chocolate and peanut butter—both good-for-you options—and they’re so delicious you may find that they vanish too quickly. Naturally sweet, gluten-free, and dairy-free, they’re true heaven on your tongue. Plus, they take only 20 minutes to make.
Get a little fancier with these tahini cookies. They’re soft and chewy with a lightly sweet, spiced flavor. Vegan, gluten-free, and naturally sweetened, they include pomegranates for that healthy dash of antioxidants. (In case you didn’t know, tahini is a ground sesame butter or paste that’s made from sesame seeds.)
This pie offers the perfect balance of pumpkin and spice. Your guests will never know that it’s dairy-free—unless they ask, of course. You can make it with easy-to-find ingredients like all-purpose flour and almond milk, and it takes about 45 minutes to bake.
The “cherry ripe” is a classic Australian chocolate bar found in almost every supermarket. It has a sweet cherry coconut filling encased with milk or dark chocolate. This is a vegan twist on that popular treat, using vegan chocolate, cacao butter or coconut oil, and pitted cherries, frozen or canned.
Make your dessert time feel a little extra indulgent with this tasty fudge. The dairy-free secret to its creaminess? Avocado! The key to a firmly set but fudgy texture is using bittersweet chocolate with a minimum of 60 percent cacao. It’s healthier for you anyway, with protective antioxidants.
No matter what diet you’re on, you can enjoy some fresh fruit. On a hot summer day, few things taste better! Dress up your get-together with a unique fruit bouquet or platter. An Edible Arrangements coupon code can help you save some money and enjoy an easy and convenient fresh fruit delivery.
Give your guests some spoon-hugging goodness with this vegan pudding. It’s rich with dates and spices and has the juicy texture of poached pears. Expect to take about 25 minutes to prepare it, and then about 50 minutes for cooking time.
Summertime often feels too hot for baking and cooking in the kitchen. If you’re experiencing some particularly hot temperatures, try this easy recipe. You don’t have to cook or bake. Just take everything out, arrange it, pop it into the refrigerator, and eat it when ready! It includes graham crackers, vegan vanilla pudding, blueberries, peaches, vegan syrup, and vegan whipped cream.
Satisfy your chocolate lovers with this rich and savory pudding. It’s completely dairy-free, with cocoa powder and oat milk combined into a decadent dessert. The result is so creamy and rich that your guests will never guess it’s not the “real” thing.
Everyone will be talking about these unique treats. They’re lightly sweet, nutty, and satisfying. Don’t be surprised if folks ask if you have more, as they tend to be addictive! And if you’re not a fan of pistachios, you can use any other nut you like.
With a grain-free press-in crust, vegan cashew cream filling, and maple-sweetened coconut whip, this no-bake chocolate cream tart is as nourishing as it is delicious! And it’s not hard to make—just press the crust into a tart pan, pour in the cream filling, and chill. Top with whipped coconut cream and chocolate shavings.
These healthy vegan Bounty Balls are super easy to make and require only four ingredients. Yet they’re bursting with delicious coconut flavor. Enjoy them as a tropical, cold treat in the summer or as a snowy and healthy treat in the winter. You can coat them with dark chocolate or leave them uncoated.
Sweet potatoes are good for you, but you’d never know it when enjoying these treats! The sweet potato and banana bind the ingredients together so you can skip the eggs. The juicy dates and rolled oats add texture and flavor. Plus, these muffins work for any time—morning, afternoon, or evening get-togethers.
Sometimes nothing will do but cheesecake. Though often off-limits for your vegan friends, this one is perfectly fine for them to enjoy. You’ll like that it requires no baking. You’ll need coconut oil, almonds, dates, cashew nuts, coconut oil, almond milk, and agave syrup, with a little lemon zest for taste.
Bring back the good memories with these vegan s’mores. They take less than 10 minutes to make and go hand-in-hand with summertime. Plus, you don’t need a hot campfire—just your broiler for a short five minutes. Fresh strawberries give these treats a unique twist your guests will be talking about.