Our Favourite Vegan Apple Dessert Recipes
Been looking for the tastiest vegan apple dessert recipe inspiration? Well, consider your search over – here are our all-time favourite recipes, from apple pie cookies to vegan apple cake and crumble.
Everybody’s favourite home-grown and unsung hero, the apple, might be often overlooked in favour of other, more decedent ingredients when it comes to baking and desserts; but here are some top plant-based recipes that prove otherwise.
Val’s vegan apple pie cookies
This is the ultimate combination in our humble opinion – Val’s apple pie cookies recipe. It packs all the flavour of a sweet and crisp apple pie but with the chewy texture and familiarity of a cookie.
More vegan apple dessert recipes
We love Cupful of Kale’s vegan cinnamon and apple cake with maple dressing recipe so much we wish we came up with it first. It’s the perfect autumnal fruity bake that makes the most of what’s in still season.
Photo credits: Cupful of Kale
Apple crumble has rich, childhood connotations for many of us, and this vegan apple crumble recipe from The Petite Cook does not disappoint. It’s sweet, sharp and oh-so crumbly.
Photo credits: The Petite Cook
What’s sweeter than apple pie? Tasty’s recipe for vegan apple pie. The filling is both syrupy and tart, with a flaky pastry crust. You’ll be sure to go back for seconds with this one – we did.
This last one is very special, it’s The Lazy Cat Kitchen’s plant-based take on an apple Tarte Tatin. This autumnal, French classic brings with it a warmth of spice and depth of caramelisation. We love to eat this under a sea of vegan Creme Fraiche, like this one from Oatly.
Photo credits: The Lazy Cat Kitchen
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By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.