In this quick post, I will present to you, the 5 Vegan Christmas Dessert Ideas that are my absolute favorite and I make every year.
As vegans, especially new vegans, when the holidays or special occasions are around the corner, you tend to ask yourself “What do vegans eat during the holidays? What do they eat for Christmas?”
And it is a very good question. However, being vegan doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy delicious food during the festive period. In fact, you will actually eat better, and no animals will be harmed in the process.
I remember when I had my very first vegan Christmas, I was super worried that I would end up eating roasted carrots and drink vodka, however, I did a little bit of digging, and created a couple of recipes, which I end up making on the day and brought with me at the Christmas party. I brought a bit too much I remember, so, some of the guests ended up trying some of my stuff, and they loved it! And they were non-vegans as well.
Now, I am going to recommend 5 Vegan Christmas Dessert Ideas recipes that will range from easy to a bit more difficult to make. You can decide which one you would like to go for, based on the difficulty and the flavor.
Now, this recipe is super simple, no baking is required, and is sort of a classic dessert nowadays during Christmas.
If you have never tried Biscoff spread before, I highly recommend it – it tastes like caramelized biscuits, but in a very smooth form. It’s really unique and addictive. Get yourself a jar, and make this delicious vegan cheesecake.
The best thing about this biscoff cheesecake and why it’s ideal for a vegan dessert is because it needs to be refrigerated, and it can easily be done a day or two before, and can just be left in the fridge when it’s needed.
Now, these vegan chocolate orange truffles are pretty cool and they are a different vegan Christmas dessert you can have.
Especially if you are looking at eating a small dessert, and watching your figure, these vegan chocolate orange truffles are the perfect dessert. They are also healthy, and one bite only brings 155 calories to the table. They are satisfying, chocolatey with a background taste of orange.
Another really good vegan dessert for Christmas, it’s healthier but tasty, it can pair really well with vegan oat cream for an ultimate comfort dessert.
It can be eaten cold and warm and it’s also super easy to make. I managed to whip up vegan custard when I made this apple dessert, but I have also tried it with vegan cream, and it works fantastically well.
You can’t have Christmas without chocolate. What if I tell you, that you can make a delicious vegan chocolate cake using only 2 ingredients? Yep, I am not kidding you.
Gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and only 2 ingredients.
Again, if you are looking for a healthier vegan dessert during Christmas, then this recipe is for you!
Key Lime cheesecake, made vegan! Oh, and it’s also completely raw! How cool is that?
As I mentioned above, cheesecake is kind of a new classic Christmas dessert. I might be wrong, and I definitely can’t speak for everyone, but since I can remember, cheesecake has always been an option at Christmas.
This vegan cheesecake is perfect for a Christmas dessert since the cheesecake itself is stored in the freeze. You can even make it a month before, and just keep it in the freezer, and there you go, a stress-free vegan Christmas dessert.
So, here are my 5 Vegan Christmas Desserts. Although most of them can be labeled healthy, they taste absolutely delicious, and I highly recommend you try them, regardless of whether you are on a healthy eating path or not.
Let me know what are your favorite vegan Christmas dessert on the comments below, I would love to see what other fellow vegans get to eat at Christmas!
Also, if you to make any of these recipes, feel free to tag me on Instagram!
Thanks for reading, and Merry Christmas!