How To Make Delicious Vegan Desserts Without Sugar

vegan desserts without sugar

There are many delicious vegan desserts without sugar that you will find online, in health food stores, book stores or grocery stores. Here I will introduce you to some of my favorite vegan dessert recipes.

One very simple yet delicious dessert that I enjoy is made from maps (also known as cardamom or Indian saffron). You can buy it frozen or make it at home. You will need: pitted dates, sugar, lemon juice, vanilla extract, zest, lemons, ginger, cup of cold milk, honey, corn flour, nonfat milk, vegetable shortening, sea salt and baking soda. Prepare all the ingredients and let the mixture cool off.

Ghee Or Clarified Butter

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Another delicious sweet that you may find is made from ghee or clarified butter. To make this delicious dessert, you will need: pitted dates, sugar, lemon juice, vanilla extract, zest, lemons, ginger, cup of cold milk, nonfat milk, sea salt and baking soda. Gently mix all the ingredients together and place in an airtight container. Let it cool off and then enjoy.

The next dessert that I am going to introduce you to is a very easy to make and tasty vegan gumbo. This fabulous dessert is called gheer (or garam masala in Punjabi). You will need: chicken bones, onions, bell pepper, ginger, garlic, green chili, coriander powder, cumin, cashew nuts, coconut milk, ghee, salt and pepper to taste. Chop up all the ingredients and sauce, except for the coconut milk, and set aside.

A More Elaborate Dessert

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Make a mixture of all the ingredients except for the coconut milk and pour it over the chicken bones. Cover the mixture and refrigerate for at least one hour. Unwrap and add to the pot, cover until it is heated through and simmer until the meat is done. Serve with the ginger ale, and a sweet tooth can be satisfied.

If you would like to have a more elaborate dessert, you can also make a delectable pudding cake. This dessert has been made vegan since 1840. The recipe was originally made for the English people, but today, it is made in many different countries such as the United States, Australia and New Zealand. To make this dessert, you will need: bananas, vegetable stock, flour, vegan margarine, nonfat plain or maple sugar, applesauce, cranberries and water.

Prepare The Bananas

First, you will need to prepare the bananas. Put all the ingredients except for the cranberries into a food processor and blend them until they become smooth. You can also use an immersion blender if you do not have one. Then take your prepared mixture and put it in the refrigerator until ready to bake.

When the pudding mixture is done, you can either bake it or serve it over the buffet table. If you serve it over the buffet table, the dessert will be served on an unsalted wooden spoon. Alternatively, you can serve it hot from the oven. You can find out more about vegan desserts that taste great by following the links below.

Using A Blender

If you are using bananas, you will need to mash them before using them in a dessert. Alternatively, you could mash them using a blender. To make a smooth pudding, add cranberries and mix them thoroughly. The ingredients should be mixed until they become smooth.

If you are using bananas that are frozen, you will have to drain them and use the liquid to make the pudding. In a mixing bowl, add cranberries, banana slices and vanilla. If you are using frozen bananas, you will have to put them into the freezer for about 10 minutes to soften them. Then you can use a blender to mix them until they become smooth. This is also a great way to make fruit cake which everyone loves.


For non-vegan desserts without sugar, it is important that you do not add any additional sweeteners. For instance, you should not use honey if you are making a dessert that contains sugar. If you are using agave nectar as a sweetener, do not include any honey to it because it will overpower the sweetness of the agave nectar. Also, you can use agave nectar instead of agave syrup.

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