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10 of our best vegan dessert recipes from May 2022!

Vegan Fruit Cobbler


What if life was just desserts? Well, you can with these desserts from May 2022! With treats like fruit cobbler and pies, you’ll find yourself adding these to your dessert rotation. Plus, they’re all vegan!

We strongly recommend that you check the Food Monster App – with over 20,000 delicious recipes, it’s the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And don’t forget to check out our dessert archive for more ideas

1. Fruit Cobbler

Vegan Fruit Cobbler

Source: Fruit Cobbler

Any variety of ripe seasonal fruits can be used to make a delicious cobbler. In combination with subtle ginger, berries, apples and pears work particularly well in this Fruit Cobbler from Rouxbe.

2. Rosemary Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Vegan Rosemary Chocolate Chip Cookies

Source: Rosemary Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Soft, melting chocolate chip cookies with a healthy, fresh taste. These Rosemary Chocolate Chunk Cookies from Barbara Zackey are gluten-free due to the use of almond and oat flour. The perfect cookie recipe to keep that you’ll want to use again and again! It’s made to get the perfect soft, chewy cookie with chocolate-filled bites wrapped in rosemary flavor.

3. Coconut cream and raspberry pie

Vegan coconut cream and raspberry pie

Source: Coconut Cream and Raspberry Pie

This Coconut Cream and Raspberry Tart from Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez is easy to make and a delicious introduction to alternative baking. The crust is mixed in one bowl and then baked until brown and crispy. While it cools, make the easy one-pot coconut custard on the stove, spread it over the crust, and keep it refrigerated until done. That is it! When it’s time for dessert, just add the fresh raspberries and get ready to impress your guests with a vibrant ruby ​​red showstopper that tastes as good as it looks.

4. Easy White Chocolate Caramel Healthy Cookies

Vegan Easy White Chocolate Caramel Healthy Biscuits

Source: Easy White Chocolate Caramel Healthy Cookies

Made with an oat-like base, a gooey caramel center and a white chocolate topping. These Easy White Chocolate Caramel Healthy Cookies from Hayley Canning are really that tasty!

5. Lemon Corn Biscuits (Paste di meliga)

Vegan Lemon Corn Biscuits (Paste di meliga)

Source: Lemon Corn Cookies (Paste di meliga)

Paste di meliga is a traditional biscuit from Piedmont. Meliga is ancient cornmeal from the region, called Melia or Meira in the dialect, from which these cookies get their name. The ingredients are simple: corn flour, butter, sugar, vanilla and lemon zest. This version, slightly softer and without butter, is a bit lighter. The addition of lemon juice makes these Lemon Corn Cookies (Paste di meliga) from Alice Carbone Tench sharper and lemony.

6. Nutty Maple Chai Oat Blondies

Vegan Nutty Maple Chai Oat Blondies

Source: Nutty Maple Chai Oat Blondies

These Nutty Maple Chai Oat Blondies from Medha Swaminathan are packed with oats and three (yes, three!) different nuts – almonds, pecans and buttery macadamias. Add a little cinnamon and allspice and you have a fall dessert packed with delicious chai!

7. Peanut Butter Fudgesicles

Vegan Peanut Butter Fudgesicles

Source: Peanut Butter Fudgesicles

These Peanut Butter Fudgesicles from Robin Browne are heavenly, refreshing bites of peanut-like goodness. They’re easy enough to make and the perfect vegan summer treat to keep in the freezer for when that sweet tooth hits. You don’t need to turn on the oven for this treat. Grab in the freezer for one (or two) creamy fudgesicles, park your loot on the patio and soak up that summer sun!

8. Chocolate Truffles with Salted Caramel

Vegan Salted Caramel Chocolate Truffles

Source: Salted Caramel Chocolate Truffles

Date caramel is a great kind of vegan caramel. These Salted Caramel Chocolate Truffles from Vegan Chocolate Treats from Ciarra Siller take just a few minutes to whip up, dip in chocolate and finish with flaky sea salt. A simple little treat. Feel free to store these in your freezer, then thaw them a few times at a time for about 15 minutes before devouring them.

Reprinted with permission from Vegan Chocolate Treats by Ciarra Siller, Page Street Publishing Co. 2020. Photo credit: Ciarra Siller

9. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Cookies

Vegan peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies

Source: Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Cookies

Peanut butter and chocolate in the same recipe can only do you good. These Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies from Sara Oliveira are proof of that. They will be your new favorites! Who doesn’t love crunchy cookies that you can keep in the cookie jar or take in the lunch box?

10. Lemony Lucuma Teapops

Vegan Lemony Lucuma Tea Pops

Source: Lemony Lucuma Tea Pops

These rich, creamy popsicles may look like your standard frozen treat — but these Lemony Lucuma Tea Pops from Petra Vogel are anything but ordinary. The rich ‘cream’ made from cashews and almond milk is packed with superfood lucuma, as well as a hint of agave for a bit of sweetness and a wave of lemon to round out the flavor profile; then it’s frozen on a stick for your enjoyment.

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