Vegan Baking and Sweets

Apricot Nut Balls

Apricot Nut Balls

Here’s a naturally sweet treat, made from dried fruit, raw nuts and seeds. They are a stunning addition to any festive dessert table. Recipe contributed from Caryn Hartglass, founder of Responsible Eating and Living. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→

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Vanilla and Chocolate Swirl Bundt Cake with Chocolate Fudge Glaze

Vegan Chocolate Vanilla Bunt Cake

Bundt cakes are everyday cakes—easy to make (using just one pan) and delicious eaten as they are or dressed up with a simple glaze or icing. This swirled Bundt cake will satisfy both chocolate-lovers and those who favor vanilla: The two batters meet in the middle and bake, making for a pretty design when you cut and serve it. The addition of a quick chocolate glaze makes it that much more irresistible; to further embellish this cake, serve it with fresh berries or a dollop of nondairy ice cream. From Real Food For Everyone by Ann Gentry, © 2015 Andrews McMeel Publishing, reprinted by permission. Photos by Sara Remington. more→

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Chocolate Crispy Fruit Squares

Vegan no-bake Crispy Fruit Squares

A happy compromise between an energy bar and a decadent dessert, these crispy, chewy, sweet squares are delightful and can be enjoyed however you prefer. Kid friendly, dietitian-approved, these treats are perfect for on-the-go. Recipe from The Vegiterranean Diet: The New and Improved Mediterranean Eating Plan — with Deliciously Satisfying Vegan Recipes for Optimal Health* by Julianna Hever © 2014 Da Capo Lifelong Book, reprinted by permission. Photos by Nicole Axeworthy. more→

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Vegan Chocolate Fudge with an Omega Boost

Vegan chocolate fudge

This super-easy, rich tasting vegan chocolate fudge gives you a nice dose of Omega 3s, as it features hemp or chia seeds and walnuts. Made in minutes, it needs about an hour of refrigeration to set up. If you can’t wait that long, pop it in the freezer! Photos by Hannah Kaminsky.

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VegKitchen’s Top Vegan Chocolate Desserts

Easy vegan chocolate cake

When Valentine’s day is around the corner, or really, any festive occasion, here are VegKitchen’s top reader favorites for luscious vegan chocolate desserts. First up is Easy Vegan Chocolate Cake. It’s a dessert so easy, you can make it even if you don’t consider yourself much of a baker. more→

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Buckwheat Crepes with Chocolate Sauce

Buckwheat Crepes + Chocolate Sauce by Jenne Claiborne from Sweet Potato Soul

These whole grain crepes are delicious, filling, very pretty, and totally healthy! They’re also great for kids. Then there is the chocolate! This creamy vegan chocolate sauce takes the crepes to the next level. Yes, even the chocolate sauce is healthy. There is really no excuse not to give these a try at your next brunch. Recipe contributed by JennéClaiborne from Sweet Potato Soul. Photos by Sydney Bensimon. 

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Cinnamon-Tahini Cookies

Cinnamon Tahini Cookies by Jenne Claiborne from Sweet Potato Soul

I love my cookies soft, hearty, and moist. They get extra points if they’re healthy. Even more points when they take less than 15 minutes to make. These life-changing tahini cookies are the answer. I can have my cookie AND eat it too! Recipe contributed by Jenné Claiborne of Sweet Potato Soulfrom her e-cookbook5 Ingredient VeganPhotos by Sydney Bensimon.  more→

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Chocolate-Coated Key Lime-Coconut Creme Pie

Chocolate-coated vegan key lime pie recipe

This pie is a combination of coconut creme and key lime so the tangy lime has been tamed somewhat – feel free to up the amount of juice (reducing the other liquids to compensate) or add more lime zest. The hint of chocolate and the crunch of the toasted coconut and cacao nibs is a wonderful counterpart to the creaminess of the “custard.” Recipe and photo contributed by Annie Oliverio of An Unrefined Vegan. Annie is the author of the forthcoming Crave Eat Heal: Plant-based, Whole-food Recipes to Satisfy Every Craving  * (April, 2015). more→

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