5 Vegan Treats for the Holidays

We all know that November celebrates Thanksgiving, fall, and the beginning of the holiday season. But did you know that November is also National Vegan Month? That’s right — November is the month where you get to celebrate everything it means to follow a vegan diet.  Veganism doesn’t mean you’ll have to forgo those tasty holiday goodies – here are some great vegan treats recipes for you to try!

1. Candy Cane Cake

Nothing quite screams the holiday season like peppermint candy canes, and now you can take that signature flavor and infuse it into a vegan peppermint cake. Bake this cake and bring it along with you to your next holiday get-together (chances are, none of your friends and family will be able to tell it’s vegan). To bake the cake and make the peppermint glaze, you’ll need pink Himalayan salt, applesauce, almond milk, and candy canes.

2. Coconut Snowball Cookies

 You won’t be able to stop yourself from chowing down on these delectable coconut snowball cookies. This blogger even gives you two different ways to make these cookies: “with mud” or “without mud” (the difference is vegan chocolate chips!). For this recipe, you’ll need ingredients including unsweetened coconut shreds, bananas, Brazil nuts, and brown sugar.

3. Apple Dumplings

These scrumptious apple dumplings are comparable (or even better!) than the regular Thanksgiving apple pie. There are three different parts you’ll have to assemble for this recipe: the dough, the filling, and the syrup. You’ll need molasses, dried cranberries, apples, cinnamon, and bread crumbs.

4. Peanut Butter Fudge

It doesn’t get more decadent than peanut butter fudge. If you want a holiday treat that’ll have your taste buds screaming for more, this is it! Not only is this peanut butter fudge delicious, it’s also really easy to make. You’ll only need seven ingredients, including organic brown sugar, creamy peanut butter, and vegan chocolate chips.

5. Christmas Pudding

If you’re looking for a delightful vegan pudding recipe, we’ve found the perfect one for you. Even better, you can make this pudding way ahead of time — it’ll store in the fridge almost indefinitely! You’ll need seedless raisins, currants, dried cranberries, and walnuts.

Do you have any recipes for vegan treats to share with us?

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