10 Vegan Desserts That Will Make Your Mouth Water

By Daksha Devnani, Epoch Times
August 18, 2014 9:00 am Last Updated: August 18, 2014 4:30 pm

Are you one of those newly-committed vegans and are afraid that your dessert can’t go without any dairy product?  To ease your worries we have combined ten of the most delicious vegan desserts that are both dairy free and a perfect way to end your summer!

1. Coconut Chai Ice Cream


(Courtesy of BitterSweet)

Can you imagine the blend of coconut and chai in an icecream? 

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2. Wild Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwiches


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Did you know that wild blueberries are high in fiber, low in fat, and are an excellent source of manganese, which is very important for your bone development?

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3. Raspberry-Ginger Parfaits


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Chilled and refreshing, pureed raspberries cooked with a touch of agave conceal; a handful of diced crystallized ginger at the very bottom, making for a spicy surprise.

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4.  Homemade Vegan Fudgesicles


(Courtesy of Carrie On Living)

These homemade fudgesicles are so delicious and are easy to make, too!

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6. Raw Peppermint Bites


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This dessert is raw in every sense; the cookies are unbaked too. So if you have a last-minute gathering and want to bring a treat, this is the easiest and best dessert option. 

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7. Saffron Cashew Ice Cream


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A golden saffron scoop is an irresistible concept on the last days of summer. Try this amazing dessert and cool yourself down.

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8. Simple Pomegranate Poached Pears 


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They’re as delicious as they look! With a juicy fruit filing, they’re sweet enough to satisfy your cravings.

9. Instant Mousse


(Courtesy of BitterSweet)

A two-ingredient mousse and guess what? Its vegan.

Recipe link here.  

10.  Marionberry Ice Cream Pie


(Courtesy of Carrie On Living)

Marrionberries are a cross between Chehalem and Ollallieberry. They are glossy and darker than blackberries and are used to prepare pies, ice creams, jellies, etc.

Recipe link here

*Image of “coconut ice cream” via shutterstock.