Vegan Dessert Recipes
Raspberry, Lime and Toasted Coconut Pops
Using just a handful of ingredients, these pops are something I often crave as the weather warms up. When you shop for coconut milk, make sure to choose a brand that lists only coconut and water in its ingredients. There’s really no need for added preservatives, fillers and thickeners. The toasted coconut adds a lovely chew and looks pretty when sprinkled on the ends.
Date-and-Almond Fudge with Sesame and Coconut
Bloggers Melissa and Jasmine Hemsley make this minimalist recipe with healthy fats—coconut oil and roasted almond butter—for a sticky, rich and satisfying vegan sweet.
Spiced Butternut Squash Sorbet
For an easy, festive dessert, pair this golden sorbet with vanilla ice cream and gingersnaps.
Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting
Apple Pie Granita
The Good News Natural-style apple juice—less filtered than regular—is high in vitamin C and antioxidants. Here, Emeril Lagasse transforms it into a refreshing granita.
Raspberry-Coconut Dark Chocolate Cups
When you have a hankering for something sweet and chocolatey without any added gluten, dairy or refined sugar, these make the perfect treat. They’re easy to whip up, they use everyday ingredients and the best thing is that once made they will happily store in the freezer for up to a month.
Coconut-Lime Ice Pops
Chef Rick Bayless combines coconut milk, lime juice and sugar to create a simple and luscious Mexican ice pop, or paleta. This recipe comes from his book More Mexican Everyday.
Dark Chocolate Bark with Roasted Almonds and Seeds
Oranges in Rum and Caramel
This recipe is an extremely refreshing way to end a meal. It comes from cookbook author Alice Medrich, a member of the online community Food52 , and is based on a classic that she adapted from a 1970s French fashion magazine.