I know there are tons of vegan cheesecakes recipes on the internet – many of them use soaked cashews. This recipe for my No-Bake Lime Blueberry Cheesecake does not use nuts in the filling – so you can easily make this cheesecake nut-free by subbing the almonds in the crust with oats or with crushed cookies like oreos. If you do use oreos, you don’t need the rice syrup and you won’t need that much oil – just use enough so the mixture sticks together. I’ve also used an oreo crustÂ in my Lemon Cheesecake Cheat Version made with Alpro’s Cremoso
Source: No-Bake Lime Blueberry Cheesecake (vegan) + the blueberry paradise
These vegan cake pops are healthy, gluten-free, and simple to make! No baking required. The coconut flour batter is sweetened naturally with maple syrup and has vegan protein powder mixed in for extra nutrition.
Source: No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Flour Cake Pops [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Homemade vegan strawberry vanilla cupcakes! A light and fluffy vanilla cupcake filled with fresh strawberries. Frost with our strawberry frosting!
Source: Vegan Strawberry Vanilla Cupcakes – Veganosity
Homemade, 3 ingredient, vegan strawberry buttercream frosting! Made with fresh strawberry puree. This is so easy to make, perfect for cakes and cupcakes.
Source: Vegan Strawberry Buttercream Frosting – Veganosity
The flavors of these vegan Orange Dreamsicle Cupcakes remind us of ice cream trucks, drippy popsicles, and sticky fingers.
Source: Orange Dreamsicle Cupcakes [Vegan]
It’s bright, it’s purple, and it’s turning desserts purple in restaurants and Instagrams all over the world. Is it purple cauliflower? Nope, it’s ube!
Source: Ingredient Spotlight: Ube, the Purple Yams That Make Dessert
Vegan Earl Grey Cupcakes. Perfect for Mothers Day, a special occasion, or just because you are in a cupcake mood (who needs an excuse to eat a cupcake).
Source: Vegan Earl Grey Cupcakes