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9 Decadent Vegan Recipes For Chocoholics

There’s a chocolate-based recipe for every occasion or emotion; whether you’re down in the dumps and need a pick me up or you’re celebrating, chocolate will always be the answer. It’s the most popular sweet treat in the world for a reason!

With that in mind, I have carefully coordinated a bunch of delicious recipes for when your taste buds are craving something a little bit chocolatey and indulgent. So keep on reading to discover your next favourite, dairy-free dessert!

Frozen Chocolate Banana Cups

By: SweetFreedomUK

Method: Blending

Difficulty: Beginner

We’re starting strong with this super simple frozen dessert that only requires three ingredients to make. Not only are these dairy-free chocolate banana cups easy, but they’re low calorie, too. Recipe here.

Chunky Chocolate Vegan Cookies

By: MunchPost

Method: Baking

Difficulty: Intermediate

You need to try out this recipe if you like your chocolate chip cookies soft on the inside and golden brown around the edges, AKA baked to perfection. If you want to achieve that classic ‘chunky’ texture, put the chocolate in the freezer beforehand. Recipe here.

Peanut Butter Biscuit Chocolate Spread Sandwich

By: Bonsan

Method: Baking

Difficulty: Intermediate

Peanut butter and chocolate are a match made in heaven, which is just one of the many things that make this recipe so incredibly more-ish. There are minimal ingredients involved, and you can even get your children to help out with assembling the final product! Recipe here.

Chocolate and Orange Battenberg Cake

By: OGGS

Method: Baking

Difficulty: Intermediate

This grown-up version of the classic English bake features rich dark chocolate squares crossed with a plain sponge, all scented with orange. If you’re looking for a chocolatey treat to accompany your afternoon tea, battenberg is a timeless classic! Recipe here.

Maca Hot Chocolate

By: The Coconut Collaborative

Method: Other

Difficulty: Beginner

The key to the best hot chocolate is to make it yourself! Instead of instant chocolate powder, this recipe uses mini chocolate pots and oat milk for that extra creamy, rich result. Recipe here.

Easy Vegan Chocolate Torte

By: Bit of the Good Stuff

Method: Other

Difficulty: Beginner

This vegan chocolate torte is perfect for special occasions. Don’t be fooled by its impressive appearance; it’s surprisingly easy to make. Serve it up to your guests alongside fruit compote to make it extra fancy and photogenic! Recipe here.

Chewy Chocolate Orange Cookies

By: CRACKD

Method: Baking

Difficulty: Beginner

The CRACKD vegan egg substitute does all the hard work for you in this irresistible chewy cookie recipe. The combination of orange and chocolate makes these cookies fresh, rich, and almost too good to share. Recipe here.

Chocolate Mousse

By: Bonsan

Method: Cooking, Blending

Difficulty: Beginner

If you’re a fan of thick and creamy mousse, you need to try out this recipe ASAP. It uses Bonsan’s hazelnut cocoa spread for that dreamy hint of chocolatey nuttiness and dark chocolate for added richness. You can also top with vegan whipped cream for indulgence or fruit to make it that little bit healthier. Recipe here.

Gluten-Free Salted Chocolate Tart

By: The Little Blog of Vegan™️

Method: Baking

Difficulty: Intermediate

This gluten-free tart makes the perfect addition to any afternoon tea or dinner party. Just remember, it needs to set in the fridge for around 4-6 hours (but you can also leave it in there overnight for best results), so make sure you have plenty of time beforehand! Recipe here.

31 Mar 2021
Jenny Edwards

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