Vegans! Get ready! Now is the time to prepare delicious desserts without any sugar. Wondering how to make them and how they taste? Keep reading to find out!
Here Are 4 Vegan Sugar Free Desserts for Beginners
Many people think that there aren’t many options for vegans when it comes to desserts. But we do not think that white sugar is the only thing that makes a dessert sweet.
We are in favor of getting some help from nature.
Honey, raisins, cinnamon, berries, and other natural ingredients make great natural sweeteners. Here are some tasty desserts you can make following sugar-free recipes.
Vegan Sugar-Free Desserts
1. Walnut and Raisin Vegan Cookie
This recipe makes enough for 6 people and contains only 210 calories per serving.
Oatmeal (2 cups)
Raisin (1 cup)
Walnuts (Half cup, coarsely chopped)
Banana (2, medium, ripe)
Cinnamon (Half a tsp)
Peel the bananas and put them in a deep mixing bowl. Mash with a fork. Then add oatmeal, raisin, walnut, banana and cinnamon. Mix it all well.
Take walnut-sized pieces. Shape into flat and round cookies. Then preheat the oven to 180 degrees. In the meantime, lay parchment paper on the baking tray and place the shaped cookies on it.
Bake them for 10 minutes. This time will vary depending on your oven. That’s why it’s a good idea to bake the cookies in the oven until the tops are slightly browned.
When the cookies are cooked, take them out of the oven. Allow to cool and serve.
2. Raw Cupcakes
Here’s a yummy option for those who want high-calorie vegan sugar-free desserts. You can decorate these delicious cupcakes that you don’t have to bake with any fruit you want.
Get ready to meet a wonderful dessert. It contains 750 calories and it is for 4 people.
Almond flour (Half cup)
Ajwa (medjool) dates (4 nos)
Raw cashew (15 cashews)
Unsweetened almond milk (2 tbsp)
Macadamia nut (20 nuts)
Vanilla (Half a tsp)
Coconut oil (1 tbsp)
Agave syrup (1 tbsp)
Lemon juice (1 lemon)
Beet juice (2 tbsp)
Blackberry (20 nos)
Salt (Half a tsp)
Put the macadamia nut, coconut oil, vanilla extract, agave syrup, lemon juice, almond milk and salt into the food processor and mix the ingredients thoroughly.
Keep mixing at high speed until you get a smooth consistency.
Pour the mixture into small cupcake molds, then place in the freezer. Leave it in the freezer for 20 minutes.
Put cashew, ajwa, almond flour, beet juice, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon vegan butter (optional) in a blender.
Mix again at a high speed until you get a smooth consistency. Pour it into a bowl and leave it in the freezer for 15 minutes.
After 15 minutes, take the cream mixture out of the freezer. Squeeze dots onto the cupcake batter with a cake decorating tool. Garnish with fruit if desired and serve cold.
3. Both Vegan and Gluten-Free Cocoa Pudding
This 5-person and 135-calorie gluten-free cocoa pudding recipe does not contain refined sugar. That’s exactly why it doesn’t spoil any diet.
Almond milk (25 fl oz)
Cornstarch (2 tbsp)
Rice flour (2 tbsp)
Cocoa (2 tbsp)
Honey or Molasses (4 fl oz)
Pure vanilla powder (Half a tsp)
Put all ingredients (except honey and vanilla) in a saucepan. Let it cook on low heat, stirring with a wire whisk, until it boils. Keep stirring to avoid clumping.
Let it boil for 2-3 minutes. Then turn off the stove. Add honey and vanilla and continue mixing.
The pudding is already ready. Divide into serving bowls. Let it cool a bit. Garnish with raw cacao particles or powdered coconut. That’s all.
4. Vegan Brownies with Chickpea
Chickpea brownies? It might not sound like a great combination, but trust us, you will fall in love with this flavor.
Don’t worry, you will never taste the chickpeas. Chickpeas have a very important task here. They will add an extra soft consistency to your brownie.
This is a flavor that even someone who does not like chickpeas can love. It serves 4 people and contains 560 calories.
Almond flour (4 tbsp)
Boiled chickpeas (1 cup)
Vegan dark chocolate (50g)
Molasses (0.5 cups)
Cocoa (4 tbsp)
Tahini (3/4 tbsp)
Almond milk (6 tbsp, 2 for chocolate 4 for cake)
Baking soda (1/2 tsp)
Start by melting the dark chocolate with 2 tablespoons of almond milk in a small saucepan.
Blend the melted chocolate and all other ingredients in the food processor until smooth.
Pour the dough you have obtained into a small ovenproof glass bowl and spread it by smoothing it with a spoon.
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Bake for 35 minutes. At the end of the baking time, let the brownies cool for 10 minutes and then serve.
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