10 of our best vegan dessert recipes from February 2022!
What if life was just desserts? Well, it can be with these February desserts! With treats like ice cream sandwiches and chocolate covered sandwich cookies, you’ll find yourself adding these to your dessert rotation. Plus, they’re all vegan!
1. Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches
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These Chocolate Chip Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches from Desiree Rodriguez are the perfect treat!
2. Raw Peppermint Oreos Dipped in Dark Chocolate
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These Raw Peppermint Oreos Dipped in Dark Chocolate from Emily von Euw for Homemade Peppermint Oreos are the BOMB yo. It’s ideal when you want the most decadent Oreo on the planet, without the nasty stuff that comes in the store-bought brand. Plus, it tastes just as good as the pictures, and I know you freak out over the pictures. Basically, we have chewy chocolate cookies sandwiching a vanilla-peppermint coconut cream filling. Yup. Oh yeah, so all of these homemade Peppermint Oreos are dipped in chocolate, making them double chocolate. Can life get better? Well, yes, because these are also very good for you and easy to make. Well, now life can’t get any better.
3. Pineapple Cake
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This pineapple cake from Namrata Edward Kshitij is fruity, sweet and moist with a lovely caramelized sugar glaze, topped with juicy pineapple chunks! And it’s so, so easy to do!
4. Strawberry Donuts with Jam Glaze
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These Strawberry Donuts with Jam Glaze from Holly Jade look just as delicious as any donut, but they’re healthier for you! They’re gluten-free, contain fruit and less sugar than your regular donuts, and are completely vegan. These can be eaten plain or add whipped buttercream frosting and chunks of freeze-dried strawberries for extra decadence and crunch!
5. Cinnamon Chickpea Blondies
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These chickpea and cinnamon blondies from Jenn Sebestyen will be your new go-to treat! They are soft and tender in the center with just a bit of a crispy crust on top. They are perfectly sweet, healthier than your average blondie recipe, and so addicting! While they contain a fair amount of sugar, they’re also high in protein, fiber, folate, and iron, so you can feel good about your new afternoon treat! Oh, and guess what? They are also gluten and oil free! You have to try making these vegan chickpea blondies!
6. Thick and Creamy Hot Chocolate
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This thick and creamy hot chocolate from Kat Condon is far from your average cup of cocoa. Made without any dairy, this thick and creamy vegan hot chocolate contains a secret ingredient that gives it that silky smooth texture!
7. Mocha Caramel Ice Cream With Almonds And Dark Chocolate Chunks
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This caramel mocha ice cream with almonds and dark chocolate pieces by Larice Feuerstein is creamy, rich and chocolaty with notes of coffee, almond and dark chocolate pieces and ribbons of homemade caramel. Despite all that decadence, it’s free of dairy and refined sugars, getting its perfect sweet, caramelized flavor only with dates.
8. Salted Maple Pecan Pie Energy Balls
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These no-bake energy bites are sweet and savory, the pecans accent the maple syrup perfectly, and the coconut adds a nice chewy kick. Plus, these Angelina Papanikolaou Salted Maple Pecan Pie Energy Balls are gluten-free, paleo, and vegan! The best part? You only need 5 simple ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry!
9. Salted Caramel Protein Bar
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This Salted Caramel Protein Bar from Vicky Coates is one bar you seriously want to make. They are gluten free, refined sugar free and packed with protein!
10. Buttery Brittle in 5 Minutes
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Oh man, this 5-Minute Butterfinger Brittle by Kristen Genton is so delicious! It tastes amazing like a Butterfinger candy bar, but it only takes six ingredients and five minutes to make. Seriously, just five! It’s crispy and crumbly, sweet and flaky – you’ll be immersed in chocolate and peanut butter bliss before you know it!
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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help chronic inflammation, heart health, mental well-being, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergic, gut health, and Continued! Unfortunately, the consumption of dairy products has also been linked to many health problems, including acne, Hormonal imbalance, Cancer, Prostate cancer, and has a lot Side effects.
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