What if life was just desserts? Well, it can be with these desserts from March 2022! Featuring delights like ice cream sandwiches and chocolate-covered sandwich cookies, you’ll find yourself adding these to your dessert rotation. Plus, they’re all vegan!
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1. Apple Pie Sugar Cookies
Source: Apple Pie Sugar Cookies
Apple pie and sugar cookies are two of his (and most everyone’s) favorite desserts. You really can’t go wrong with either! These two classics are what inspired these delectably delicious cookies. These Apple Pie Sugar Cookies by Jillian Glenn are vegan; you need only 20 minutes, and “oh, my apple pie,” they are good! Reprinted with permission from Light & Easy Vegan Baking by Jillian Glenn, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Jillian Glenn
2. One Bowl Chocolate Chunk Vegan Blondies
Source: One Bowl Chocolate Chunk Vegan Blondies
Spring is here, and we are celebrating with these super easy, one bowl chocolate chunk vegan blondies! Don’t let the golden delicious color fool you, these One Bowl Chocolate Chunk Vegan Blondies by Maria Koutsogiannis are all the gooey, crunchy, chocolatey goodness you want from a brownie but in a lighter spring version.
3. Old Fashioned Iced Oatmeal Cookies
Source: Old Fashioned Iced Oatmeal Cookies
These Old Fashioned Iced Oatmeal Cookies by Sarah Ottino are made with simple ingredients you may already have in your kitchen, and are fast to whip up. There’s no chilling involved, and they bake in just minutes.
4. Indian Milkshake: Cardamom, Rosewater, and Sweet Cherry Lassi
Source: Indian Milkshake: Cardamom, Rosewater, and Sweet Cherry Lassi
Traditionally made with yogurt, this Indian Milkshake: Cardamom, Rosewater and Sweet Cherry Lassi by Claire Ragozzino uses coconut yogurt, pitted sweet cherries, a splash of rosewater, and a pinch of cardamom for an easy-to-make cooling treat.
5. Almond Peach Crisp
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This Almond Peach Crisp by Tara Weir is super easy to make and tastes as delicious as it looks! It’s also gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and paleo! The grain-free topping is denser than a traditional crumble. Part rolled oats could be used in place of the desiccated coconut and almond flour (e.g. omit the coconut and use 1 cup oats plus 1/2 cup almond flour plus 1/2 cup sliced almonds plus the remainder of the topping ingredients). It’s all up to you! Whatever you choose, you have to try making this almond peach crisp –– it will be a crowd-pleaser at any family hol
6. Creamy Chocolate Coconut Pudding
Source: Creamy Chocolate Coconut Pudding
This Creamy Chocolate Coconut Pudding by Planted and Picked is super easy to make because you probably already have the ingredients on hand. We used a can of full-fat coconut milk as the base for this dessert.
7. Simple Almond Butter Cups
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These Simple Almond Butter Cups by Planted and Picked are as nutritious as they are delicious.
8. Pecan Pie Protein Vegan Fudge
Source: Pecan Pie Protein Vegan Fudge
A no-bake dessert with a chocolate base with a vanilla fudge topping studded with pecans and chocolate chips. This Pecan Pie Protein Vegan Fudge by Hayley Canning is delicious, decadent, and are naturally vegan and gluten-free.
9. Pear Crumble Cake
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This Pear Crumble Cake by Lena Novak is just what you need to create that warm and cozy ambiance in your home this Holiday season. The combination of its flavor and scent is a pure delight.
10. 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters
Source: 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters
If you’re craving an easy, chocolatey snack that’s better for your body than the usual store-bought chocolates, then these 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters by Michele Elizabeth are a must-make. Crunchy, sweet, and salty, they hit three cravings in one bite-sized treat — plus, they have chocolate. It’s so easy to make them in big batches that you can always have a batch stored in your refrigerator.
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