Chocolate Vegan Souffle Recipe in Minutes

We’ve come up with the best chocolate vegan recipe ever. Roll up your sleeves because we brought you a great reason to bake the best soufflé: They are incredibly yummy and low in calories and fat!

Vegan Souffle Recipe in Minutes

It is a delicious recipe that will cause dizziness with its intense chocolate flavor. This quick-to-serve soufflé is the answer to those who say it’s hard to make a soufflé.

Let us warn you: Its fluidity, intense chocolate smell, and soft texture can even enter your dreams.

Although this recipe is for 1 serving, it is suitable for all members of the family, from the youngest to the oldest. Because there is no refined sugar, no dairy products, and best of all, no flour! It’s ready in minutes and offers a delicious chocolate fest.

Increase the number of ingredients in the right proportion for each serving. Then divide into souffle bowls.

We have also given you a secret recipe at the end of the article so that you can be completely sure of everything. A homemade oat milk recipe.

There is no longer any place to worry about “I wonder what I ate”. There is only an extra yummy dessert.

Now you have learned how healthy this recipe is. Then follow our step-by-step guide now and learn in detail about how this heavenly dessert was created.

Chocolate Vegan Souffle Recipe (1 Serving)

Vegan Souffle

Chocolate Vegan Souffle

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 344

Net Carb: 55g

Total Fat: 10g

Protein: 8g


Banana (1 medium)

Oat (2 tbsp)

Peanut Butter (Unsweetened, 1 tbsp)

Grape Molasses (1 tbsp)

Cocoa Powder (1 tsp)

Baking Powder (1/2 tsp)

Oat milk (2 fl oz)

Peach (3 slices)

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Recipe – 10min prep / 25min prep time

Preheat the oven.

Oven Temperature: 356°F / 392°F

Put all ingredients except peach into the blender.

Blend them all.

Pour into a souffle mold.

Arrange the peach slices on it.

Bake for 25 minutes.

Tip: You can use palm extract or apple concentrate as an alternative to molasses.

You can also use honey instead of molasses for a non-vegan recipe.

Recommendation: You can use a few banana slices or berries with peach slices as toppings. If you wish, you can make your own oat milk. You will find the recipe below.

Homemade Oat Milk Recipe

Vegan Souffle

Homemade Oat Milk Recipe for Vegan Souffle


Oats (1 1/2 cups)

Cold water (33 fl oz)

Ice cubes (5 cubes)

Vanilla (1/2 tsp)

A pinch of salt


Wash the oats thoroughly with cold water and drain.

Then take a deep bowl and add 33 fl oz cold water and ice cubes.

Let it sit for 30 minutes.

After 30 minutes, mix the oats.

Add salt and vanilla and mix once more.

Bring a deep bowl.

Put a strainer on the bowl and a thin cloth over the strainer.

Pour the milk you mixed in the blender onto the cloth and strain it.

Tip: You can add carob molasses instead of vanilla extract, or the same amount of honey for non-vegan recipes.

Recommendation: You can store your homemade oat milk in a lid-closed glass storage container and the refrigerator for 5 days.

Final Words

You just got an extra delicious vegan soufflé recipe. Take note of the original recipe and adjust the rest to your taste. Use toppings as you wish. For example, once the soufflé is baked, decorate it with 1 cherry on top or use different fruits.

Feel free to share your experiences with the original recipe or the toppings you have tried according to your own taste, as well as the vegan soufflés you offer in the comments.

Bon Appétit

See Also:

Homemade Caramel Sauce for Apples

Sugar-Free Orange Sorbet Recipe

Vegan Ice Cream with Cookie Dough

Low Fat and Vegan Pumpkin Pizza Recipe