Please all your friends – vegan, meat eaters, and everyone in between – with these 10 Vegan Chocolate Desserts they won’t be able to resist!
Want healthy dessert ideas that will please all your friends – vegans, meat eaters, and everyone in between?
Look no further than these Vegan Chocolate Desserts you need to try at your next get-together with friends and family!
If you don’t normally eat vegan foods, don’t be scared by the “vegan” label. These desserts are amazingly delicious and taste as decadent as their conventional counterparts – all with healthy ingredients.
I am not a vegan myself, but I like to eat vegan foods and recipes because I’m lactose intolerant and just tend to feel better when I eat clean, whole foods.
If you don’t tend to eat healthy real foods, give them a try. You’ll be surprised at how much better you feel! Dark chocolate, which is featured in these recipes, is super healthy, since it provides magnesium, antioxidants, and other beneficial compounds.
Dark chocolate can also improve your mood because it contains serotonin, which acts as an anti-depressant, and stimulates the release of endorphins, chemicals in the brain that cause you to feel pleasure.
Check out my list of 10 Healthy and Delicious Vegan Chocolate Desserts below, and be sure to let me know what you think in the comments!
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The first healthy vegan chocolate dessert I ever tried was black bean brownies. I was so surprised by how good they were, and all my friends loved them, too!
Since then I’ve been hooked on clean desserts and have been amazed by how good they can be.
This recipe is by far the best black bean brownie recipe I’ve tried. These brownies are so delicious, it’s hard to believe they’re vegan and gluten free!
PRO TIP: When eating gluten free, make sure you use gluten free oats!
Have you ever tried cacao nibs? I first tried them in a candy bar and loved them.
The chocolatey, crunchy texture of the cacao nibs contrasts nicely with this smooth and creamy mousse. Plus, they are super healthy, providing iron, magnesium, and fiber.
If you can’t get cacao nibs, don’t worry – they are not a necessary ingredient for this dessert, just a recommended add-in.
These rich and fudgy mocha bites are paleo, vegan, and gluten free and so yummy they’re sure to please any crowd!
The name of this recipe says it all – pure decadence.
These bars look sinful, but are chock full of healthy ingredients, including fiber rich pumpkin puree, protein powder, nut butter, and antioxidant rich cocoa powder.
Chocolate and hazelnuts were made for each other! This cake will impress your guests with rich Dutch cocoa and hazelnut liquor.
This fudgy no-bake chocolate truffle cake with raspberries and almonds is so simple and easy to make and so rich that you’ll only need a small slice to satisfy your chocolate cravings.
Cake is great any time, but this moist and creamy cake with flaked sea salt sprinkled on top would make a great birthday dessert for your favorite chocolate lover.
I love salt and sweet together. If you’ve never tried this pairing, I highly recommend it!
This super moist and decadent cake is flourless (for our gluten-free friends) and only contains five ingredients, so it’s super simple to make.
This cake is so rich it will satisfy even the most demanding chocolate craving and could even use something to cut it like vegan or regular ice cream, depending on your tastes.
Enjoy chocolate heaven even if you’re following a vegan diet or have allergies and food sensitivities!
Hide your veggies in this delicious bread that seems more like a moist, decadent chocolate cake than anything remotely healthy.
Vegan “cream cheese” provides the base for creamy chocolate icing – so good your taste buds won’t have any idea it’s actually good for you!
Whoopie pies are very popular where I live, and I always see them at the Amish food stands.
Whoopie pies are delicious, but conventional ones are definitely anything but healthy.
These “nice cream” whoopie pies are another story.
They are so delicious and satisfying you would never guess they’re are super healthy and only contain natural whole food ingredients.
As someone who tries to eat healthy most of the time, I really appreciate recipes like these Easy Vegan Chocolate Desserts that help me satisfy my sweet tooth the healthy way.
If you’ve never tried vegan desserts, don’t let the term scare you. I make vegan desserts for my non-veg friends, and even the biggest meat lovers always love them!
What do you think of this list of 10 Vegan Chocolate Desserts? Do you typically enjoy heathy vegan desserts?
Let me know in the comments below!
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