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10 Recipes To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Nothing beats filling your home with the scent of freshly baked goods and delicious sweet treats. So whether you’re a novice or a baking professional, I’ve pulled together a list of vibrant, plant-based treats that you’re bound to fall in love with.

Mighty Vegan Pancakes

By: Mighty Pea
Method: Frying
Difficulty: Beginner

Sometimes you wake up and NEED a giant stack of pancakes, and that’s totally okay. Pancakes are a foolproof recipe that can make a kickass breakfast or dessert. This recipe for fluffy American-style pancakes uses flax seeds as the egg replacement and Mighty Pea M.lk as the dairy replacement - easy peasy! Recipe here.

Apple Cinnamon Rolls

By: Biona Organic
Method: Baking
Difficulty: Intermediate

What could be better than big, fluffy, gooey cinnamon rolls covered in a vanilla glaze for dessert (or breakfast)? Don’t be put off by the difficulty of this recipe; you can make it much easier by purchasing pre-made dough. Recipe here.

Vegan Bounty Bites

By: Sproud
Method: Other
Difficulty: Beginner

This one’s for all you coconut lovers out there. This fresh, creamy and crunchy bounty bites recipe requires minimal ingredients that are easily accessible, and it can all be made in less than 30 minutes - no baking needed! Recipe here.

No-bake Chocolate Bars

By: Bonsan
Method: Blending
Difficulty: Beginner

Chocolate treats don’t always have to be unhealthy. If you’re craving something chocolatey that will also provide a few health benefits, then look no further than this super easy no-bake chocolate bar recipe. It only requires four ingredients, which means the prep is easy as well as the shopping! Recipe here.

Raw Vanilla Cheesecake

By: The Coconut Collaborative
Method: Blending
Difficulty: Beginner

Here’s another no-bake recipe to add to your list! This Raw Vanilla Cheesecake has all the creamy deliciousness of a normal cheesecake, but it’s healthy too. The crust is made up of soft Medjool dates and walnuts, while the filling is a mixture of lots of sweet and creamy ingredients like cashews and syrup. Recipe here.

Raspberry, Lime & Dark Chocolate Sable Biscuits

By: OGGS
Method: Baking
Difficulty: Intermediate

Sable biscuits are round shortbread-like cookies that originated in France. They’re incredibly more-ish and even more so once you add other flavours into the mix. These Raspberry, Lime & Dark Chocolate Sable Biscuits are bursting with sweetness and have that classic, buttery texture that pairs well with tea or coffee! Recipe here.

Lemon & Blueberry Mug Cake

By: Mighty Pea
Method: Other
Difficulty: Beginner

Mug cakes are for those lazy days when you want something sugary and comforting, but you don’t fancy spending hours in the kitchen baking and washing up. You can make this Lemon & Blueberry cake in less than 10 minutes with minimum fuss, and it comes out of the microwave perfectly gooey and light. Recipe here.

Salted Caramel Stuffed Almond Cookies

By: The Coconut Collaborative
Method: Baking
Difficulty: Intermediate

What requires only seven ingredients and takes 30 minutes to make? These Salted Caramel Stuffed Almond Cookies! If you’re a cookie fanatic like I am, these will be an absolute dream recipe that’ll keep you coming back for more. They’re lightly crisp, super melty and rich on the inside. Recipe here.

Choc Pot Frozen Chocolate Banana Cups Recipe

By: SweetFreedomUK
Method: Blending
Difficulty: Beginner

This recipe is low budget, easy to make, and a great one for getting children involved. You only need three ingredients in total, and it’ll be the perfect frozen treat during hot summer days. Recipe here.

Vanilla Sponge

By: OGGS
Method: Cooking, Baking
Difficulty: Beginner

You can’t go wrong with a traditional Victoria Sponge. It’s always a hit at parties, afternoon tea and will truly satisfy your sweet tooth if you’re in the mood for a decadent treat. Victoria Sponge is light, spongy (of course), and has a sugary berry and whipped cream filling. Recipe here.

Jul 6, 2021
Jenny Edwards

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