I am a HUGE fan of desserts: almost any type of dessert but especially chocolate, cakes, mousses and muffins. That’s almost any dessert really… Here’s 20 Gluten-Free, Vegan Dessert Recipes to Wow your Friends and Family with.
Gluten-free, vegan baking is a little different to normal baking and there are a few methods you might not be aware of. It’s not quite as simple as swapping gluten-filled flour for gluten-free flour or swapping eggs for flax seeds… All these recipes are tried and well and truly tested.
Do you have a special occasion coming up? You’ll find something on this list.
Are you new to gluten-free, vegan baking? This list is for you.
Do you want to surprise a gluten-free, vegan loved one? There are lots of recipes here for you. Sit back with a cup of tea and enjoy my 20 Gluten-Free, Vegan Dessert Recipes to Wow your Friends and Family.
1. Blueberry Scones
These Blueberry Scones are so quick and easy to make you’ll want to make them every week.
2. Churros with Hazelnut Chocolate Sauce
These Churros with Hazelnut Chocolate Sauce are a fabulous dinner-party dessert (or weekend breakfast!).
3. Triple Chocolate Cake
Have a birthday party for a chocolate-fiend coming up? This Triple Chocolate Cake hits the spot every time.
4. Roasted Rhubarb with Crumble Topping
This Roasted Rhubarb with Crumble Topping is quite fancy looking but deceptively simple to make. Super effective!
5. Bramley Apple and Quince Crumble
One of my all-time favourite puddings is Bramley Apple and Quince Crumble with custard. I used to love it as a child and love it even more now.
If you’ve never heard of Parkin you are really missing out. It’s rich, gingery, oaty, cakey and very, very moreish!
7. Banana and Chocolate Chip Muffins
Want a decadent (but sort of healthy) dessert you can take with you to work, on your travels or on a picnic? Banana and Chocolate Chip Muffins fit the bill!
8. Victoria Sponge
This classic Victoria Sponge recipe is another one of my go-to birthday cake recipes. It’s not only easy to make – everyone loves it too.
9. Pears Poached in Spiced Red Wine
Fancy something a little bit more grown up? Pears Poached in Spiced Red Wine is just the dessert for you. Incredibly easy but very, very striking.
10. Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cookies are always a winner and Chocolate Chip Cookies are my go-to cookies.
11. Decadent Chocolate, Hazelnut Truffles
Having a fancy dinner party and want to make some amazing Decadent Chocolate, Hazelnut Truffles? This is the perfect, easy, delicious recipe.
12. Blackberry and Almond Chocolate Mousse
This Blackberry and Almond Chocolate Mousse is so light and delicious it’s the perfect after-dinner dessert.
13. Crunchy Ginger Oat Biscuits
Fabulous Crunchy Ginger Oat Biscuits are a winner with everyone!!! Perfect dunked in a cup of builder’s tea.
14. Lemongrass and Ginger Rice Pudding
Old-school desserts and puddings don’t get much more old-school (with a twist) than Lemongrass and Ginger Rice Pudding. There are always fights over the skin (I don’t get involved, the skin is not for me!).
15. Blueberry Polenta Muffins
These Blueberry Polenta Muffins are great with a strong cup of tea on a cool afternoon.
16. Peanut Butter And Chocolate Crispie Protein Bars
I adore Peanut Butter And Chocolate Crispie Protein Bars. They’re perfect for packed-lunches, after exercise snacks and travels. Light-weight and packed full of flavour and texture.
17. Lemon and Blueberry Cheesecake
Cheesecake is a classic dessert and this Lemon and Blueberry Cheesecake is kind of a classic (but obviously without the cheese…).
18. Chocolate, Hazelnut and Raspberry Torte
I often make this Chocolate, Hazelnut and Raspberry Torte for special occasions. It’s rich, delicious and packed full of chocolate flavour but isn’t too sweet.
19. Orange Polenta Muffins With Orange Icing
I’m not ashamed to say that when I make Orange Polenta Muffins With Orange Icing I usually eat them for breakfast…
20. Parsnip Loaf Cake With Orange Frosting
This Parsnip Loaf Cake With Orange Frosting recipe is one of my most popular. If you’ve never had parsnip cake before you’re really missing out! (Think what you thought when you first heard of carrot cake!).
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