Six Delicious Vegan Desserts That May Be Trendier This Year

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Many vegan desserts have been becoming increasingly popular over the last few years. As for some vegan experts, comfort food items, meaning those products that cause consumers to feel good, are more in demand than others. Is there a more comforting way to cap off a tasty meal than a dessert? The answer is no, so you may want to make some of those products at home. For that, go through our list of fully plant-based desserts to watch out for this year.

Pumpkin Pie

Swapping dairy components for plant-based milk, syrup, and flavorless oil will allow vegans to enjoy the yummy pie. This is among the most festive desserts, so people usually have it on Thanksgiving. Anyhow, it is an amazing food item to have year-round. That said, it is particularly comforting to have it in the colder months.

Fruity Crumbles

This is a traditional, yet simple, food item to have on any one of the seven days in a week. Just use a vegan substitute for your standard butter to prepare it. You cannot go wrong with this quintessentially British pudding variety.

Macarons

These sweet dishes are colorful and delightful. Anyhow, you might wonder how to have these beautiful and smooth meringues with no eggs in their mixture. Swap the transparent part of the eggs with aquafaba to cause the confections to be vegan-friendly. For your information, the term ‘aquafaba’ refers to a liquid ingredient of packaged garbanzo beans.

Flaky Croissants

Vegan croissants are part of several European inhabitants’ breakfast. That said, these are also certain to be popular among non-European breakfast consumers. The flay food items may be primarily associated with the French Republic, but Austria is their origin.

Purchase a vegan butter product, instead of olive oil or margarine spread, for a flavor that closely resembles a conventional croissant.

Lemon Cake

It is possible to make various food items with lemons. The easiest of those to make would be lemonade. Anyhow, one who has a sweet tooth or a non-traditionalist, may think of baking a cake with lemon. Use an alternative to dairy spread options as well as vegetable oil to make the cake.

Spiced Gingerbred Cookies

The Christmas season may have ended, but there is no reason why you cannot have these treats even now. Most of us would enjoy these in any season.

Replace your butter with a vegan substitute. Some of the cookie recipes also require honey or light treacle, which may not be vegan. A few golden syrup products are vegan, whereas your views will determine whether or not honey is a fully plant-based food ingredient.