Browse through our healthy vegan and vegetarian puddings created my many of the top vegan chefs in the field.
Super easy treat to keep on hand for those afternoon sweet cravings! Made with healthy fats and lucuma fruit for a caramel like flavor.
Because granola is a favourite among us vegans, I decided to contribute the components for a spring-inspired granola parfait—a bowl of crunchy oat granola with seeds and dried fruit; a scoop of blueberry and apple jam; and topped with a thick vanilla cream made with coconut milk and cashews. It made for a delightful end to a delicious meal.
Creamy, chocolaty, luscious. Yet no sugar, no flour, no oil. Yes, chocolate dreams do come true. This mousse is adaptable and can be accented with other flavors, such as orange zest (or orange oil), almond extract, or mint (leaves or extract).
Nourish your relationships and the people you care for by feeding them something fantastic you’ve made by hand. Perhaps…a parfait?
Breakfast, snack, dessert, treat. Whatever or whenever you feel like a healthy and sweet flavor explosion - this is the perfect choice. Ridiculously easy to prepare, filling and so boosting it's nutty to even think of it all.
Christina Ross of Love-Fed.com says, "Chia seeds are packed with energy and you don’t need the Aztecs to tell you that, just try them for yourself." Once you try this recipe you'll understand why ancient warriors used chia for sustained and powerful energy! You'll feel like conquering the world! This recipe takes but 5 minutes to prepare, is full of chocolatey deliciousness, is densely nutritious, AND contains a raw vegan cream cheese frosting...you can't go wrong!
This recipe was created by Christina in honor of her birthday, but you certainly don't have to wait for a birthday to celebrate life by eating dessert for breakfast!
Tangy, sweet, creamy and full of citrusy zest, this is a healthy raw vegan version of traditional English lemon curd by Sarah McMinn of The Sweet Life! The options are endless with this recipe! Use as a filling for tarts or crepes topped with fresh berries, as a topping for waffles, or serve a dollop or two along with a fruit salad for breakfast.
Creamy avocado blended with young Thai coconut makes the simple base for what turns into layers of either chilled pudding or ice cream depending on the direction you choose to take this recipe! Real vanilla bean, dates and agave are used for flavor and sweetness while purple berries and bright green spinach are used for a fun pop of color! This recipe by Golubka makes an inspired breakfast, dessert, or fun healthy snack.
For this delectable and perfectly Holiday appropriate dessert recipe layers of freshly sliced apple sticks or *apple cinnamon nut crust combine blissfully between layers of apple cream cheesecake filling. Top everything with a generous drizzling of raw lucuma almond butter caramel sauce
Keep "stylishly sinful" with Karolina Eleonora's decadent recipe for a chocolate mousse containing both coffee AND chlorella. After-all, to be a true raw foodie you must get a little crazy in the kitchen at least once in a while! If you don't do coffee use maca instead for a malty flavor and nice mellow energy boost.
A creamy bowl of nourishing raw vegan coconut yogurt topped with raw cacao nibs.
Buying these products (found in the freezer section of Whole Foods Market) makes for making easy raw vegan coconut yogurt. Just thaw and use. No need to crack open any coconuts. Plus, they’re organic.
While being incredibly simple, 100% fruity, and low in fat this recipe also manages to be incredibly rich, thick and satisfying; Exactly how we like our nog! No dairy, eggs, or sugar went into the creation of this lovely persimmon nog! Enjoy a glass while snuggled up to the fireplace with family and friends. We recommend using super ripe, water-balloon soft Hachiya persimmons or a combination of Hachiya and Fuyu.
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A delectable mousse with a light fluffy texture and beautiful presentation! Heather tops hers with jungle peanuts and a few cacao nibs. She suggests that if you can't do peanuts try it with almond butter instead! Raw food recipes are so adaptable and open to artistic expression, just another reason we LOVE raw food!
Soaking 4 hours, takes 10 mins to make. Setting 2 hrs (optional)
No special equipment needed
Chia makes the quickest, most irresistible raw puddings. The thing about chia is that it swells up to three or four times its size when you soak it, so a little goes a long way. It’s very good for gut health, and because its so fibrous, its very hard to overeat on it. I could never manage to eat a whole cup of chia in one day, however much I adore it! I find 2 tbsp is just about the right amount for a delicious pudding or snack.
So for tonight’s dessert I am serving friends this incredibly simple and light Persimmon Gelée. Any fruit can be used but persimmons have a sugar sweet taste that many autumn fruits do not possess. Plated with honey and dusted cinnamon, this light and tasty dessert is how I describe Amsterdam: beauty in enjoying the simplistic things in life!
Dessert doesn't get much easier than a parfait! The great thing about these cute stacked desserts is that they can be equally enjoyable as a breakfast or a snack. Within this recipe you will learn how to make an ultra creamy banana almond parfait cream as well as a quick chocolate mousse. Use the juiciest, ripest figs available to you! Fresh figs, raw honey and cacao together....the result is Euphoria!
What fruit is rich in nourishing omega 6 fatty acids, adds the most amazing creamy, silky texture to recipes, and mixes astonishingly well with the flavor of chocolate? Well, avocado of course! Simply mix up some ripe avocado, cacao powder, your choice of sweetener and dates and you'll have an instant chocolate pudding full of nutrition and life giving energy!
Need an energy boost in the morning? Chia is known for its energy giving and sustaining properties. In fact it was used by the messenger runners of ancient Native American cultures of the southwest for prolonged endurance. If carrying a small sachet of seeds with you throughout the day doesn't appeal, try out this delicious chia pudding bowl recipe instead topped with almond slivers and juicy berries.
A delicious blended whirlwind of fresh raspberries, blueberries, banana and chia seeds left to sit and thicken in the fridge overnight. Watch if transform into a thick pudding consistency! If you know your mornings are rushed yet you'd still like to get a very healthy and sustaining breakfast try this recipe. The chia seeds will ensure that you get plenty of amino acids and essential fatty acids for healthy brain function, stabilized blood sugar, and energy throughout the day.
Want to achieve the silkiest, smoothest, richest mousse pudding consistency without using eggs, butter, or cream? Than turn to none other than the noble avocado, which will not only create that texture you desire but also infuse your recipe with loads of heart healthy mono-unsaturated fats, vitamin E, Vitamin K, and folate! Within this recipe you will also find tips from Jennifer Cornbleet on how to turn your mousse into an ice cream, a chocolate sauce, and a buttercream frosting. For the parfait, layer with a blended coconut cream. Dip in and enjoy!