The Best Vegan Chocolate Desserts You’ll Ever Bake
Trust us, any one of these will satisfy your chocolate cravings — and then some.
Chocolate is the treat to end all treats for many — but the only thing we think that’s better than chocolate is chocolate colliding with your favourite desserts. Brownies, cakes, cookies — you’ll struggle to choose which one to make first!
This vegan chocolate fondant is the dessert of your dreams. A rich, chocolatey, fudgy outer layer coupled with a chocolatey, velvety molten inner fondant makes this a recipe to save for everything from dinner parties and celebrations to a weekend bake to enjoy yourself. It’s a much lower effort than it looks, but the reward is astronomically high. I mean, look at that chocolate spill!
These birthday cake cookies ought to be bookmarked by anyone who loves white chocolate. Crispy outsides and crunchy sprinkles pair perfectly with the chewy centre and creamy white chocolate. Whip these out for celebrations (but also give it a go whenever you feel like it!) and you won’t be disappointed.
This vegan tiffin is a perfect treat for those that aren’t feeling like baking properly but need chocolate goodies, stat. With only 20 minutes of cooking and prep time, your fridge does the heavy lifting in getting it to set. The only hard part is waiting for your tiffin to finish chilling in the fridge — but even that only takes an hour. So really, there’s no excuse not to make this chocolatey creation.
For the cookie lovers out there, this recipe goes out to you. Crispy on the outside, soft, chewy and gooey on the inside: it’s exactly what you look for in the perfect cookie. With a very generous helping of chocolate, it’s the antidote to all your sweet cravings. We recommend a good spoonful of ice cream on top and suggest you eat it straight out the skillet — chef’s orders.
Who doesn’t love a good brownie? Soft, fudgy, chocolate goodness is in store for these delights. This rich dessert is guaranteed to hit the spot when the chocolate cravings hit. The recipe makes 10, which in theory makes it great to share. In theory, being the operative word here.
by Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Interns, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at a last count) or playing tennis in the park.