My friends and I are planning a potluck, and I want to bring a vegan dessert.
Trifle is always a good bet and simple. I've never made this one, but it looked good:
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You can't go wrong with a seasonal fruit salad but if you;d like to bring a cake, here's a great vegan apple cake
I love, love, love vegan chocolate pudding--the kind made with silken tofu, melted vegan chocolate, and almond milk to even out the consistency. Make that and put it in a salty crumb crust (made with vegan margarine or coconut oil instead of butter) with roasted peanuts, and you'll be queen of the potluck!
Here's the recipe for vegan pudding that I use: http://www.angerburger...
I would imagine that any crumb crust recipe, made with vegan cookies and Earth Balance, will suffice here.
Have you ever heard of chocolate covered Katie? She has TONS of vegan dessert recipes on her blog that look delicious!! Here is the link: http://chocolatecoveredkatie...
Everything I see on there makes me want to lick my computer screen lol
Oh my gosh this blog is AMAZING! Thank you!
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Poached or roasted pears are delicious and very easy. You can make a chocolate or raspberry sauce to go along, or a spoonful of raspberry sorbet.
On the Whole Foods website, there is a recipe for Coconut Fudge, using coconut milk. It is FANTASTIC, more of a truffle like density than a fudge. I've made it three times now for my fiance's family, they keep asking for it!
Here's the link:
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