What do vegans eat when they crave a sweet dessert?
Are you just dying for a bite of that heavenly Chocolate Mudcake?
Is that Strawberry Shortcake with fresh whipped cream in the bakery window
calling your name?
Or is that Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese frosting making your salivate?
Let’s face it, some of life’s happiest moments are spent savoring our favorite sweets.
But what do vegans eat when they crave a sweet treat, you may wonder?
Far from being deprived of the pleasure of luscious, creamy, mouthwatering desserts,
vegan treats are just as yummy and satisfying as nonvegan desserts–and the best
part about them is that they can be so much healthier for you, if prepared properly.
Have you had the pleasure of eating a vegan Red Velvet Cupcake or Apple Crumb Pie?
By eliminating many of the refined starches as well as artery-clogging and blood
pressure-raising ingredients and replacing them with healthier vegan options, you
can “have your cake and eat it too”– with much less guilt.
And I’m all for that!
With hundreds of blogs featuring incredible vegan desserts, finding the right vegan
recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth will not be a problem.
Are you craving your favorite Chocolate Chip Blondies?
Or is your mind telling you that you just have to have some Bluberry Crumb Tart?
Well, we have vegan recipes for both of them as well as 10 other sweet delights.
So, treat your tastebuds to these tasty vegan desserts from across the blogosphere.
Vegan Dessert Recipes From Some of My Favorite Blogs
Chewy Dates Granola Bars from Simply Called Food Photo source: Website screen shot
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