Boy, am I constantly surprised by how yummy oil-free, plant-based desserts can be. If you’re a chocolate lover, like me, or if you just want to make something that’ll wow friends and family this holiday, then you’ll love these decadent vegan Easter desserts. Here’s to healthy chocolate goodness that tastes even better than the traditional versions!
Who knew you could use your multicooker to create the world’s most moist and luscious vegan chocolate cake! For the full chocolate effect, drizzle with a gooey frosting made from date paste, plant milk, cocoa, almond butter, and vanilla.
Light, chocolatey dumplings sit atop a fruity mix of sweet and tart cherries in this wholesomely decadent cobbler that takes less than 30 minutes of active prep time. Eat as it is, or top with Aquafaba Whipped Cream.
Seriously easy to make, this scrumptious brownie only has four ingredients: black beans, oats, date syrup, and cocoa (plus raising agents). It’s gluten-free and healthy enough to eat any time you like, but also a perfect crowd-pleasing dessert.
Ever wanted to dip your favorite fruit—strawberries, melons, apples, pears, banana—into gooey, yummy, chocolate and not have to worry about how much you eat? Well, with this luscious low-fat chocolate dip, you can. It’s ready in less than 10 minutes.
If gluten isn’t a problem, then you’ll love these rich vegan brownies. They deliver big chocolate flavor, and unsweetened applesauce, almond butter, and ground flaxseed add chewy tenderness. Watch as your guests keep coming back for more. As one reader says, “These were to die for. So So So delicious!”
Don’t you just love it when you stumble across a recipe with a completely unexpected secret ingredient? In this case, acorn squash gives the chocolate filling its silky-smooth texture. Pour into a crust made of oats and cashews, throw some pecans on top, and you’ve got a dessert guaranteed to be the star of the show.
You know how you sometimes get to the end of a meal and think, “Hmm, I could use a little something else”? This scrumptious pudding is perfect for those moments. It’s quick and easy to make, incredibly healthy, and because it tastes rich and creamy it’s also ideal for serving at any fancy dinner party. My life changed a little bit when I discovered this one.
Lisa Esile is an author, illustrator, blogger, vegetable gardener, and whole-food enthusiast with a special fondness for potatoes. She has a master’s degree in human nutrition and is passionate about showing people how to live happier, healthier lives. She is the author of Reach Your Big Calm and the co-author of Whose Mind Is It Anyway? Find her on Facebook.