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Vegan Desserts That You Can Easily Make At Home

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While media have advertised milk and dairy products as a healthy and essential source of calcium in American propaganda like the Got milk? Advertisements, they are not. Research shows that these products are the top sources of saturated fat which causes heart diseases, diabetes, cancers, and Alzheimer’s disease.

In the US, there are also about 30 million lactose intolerant adults, which means their bodies cannot digest a type of sugar in milk and dairy products. But, why are these products being advertised as an essential part of our diets? It’s inaccurate when almost 10% of Americans couldn’t even digest them and could also cause more harm than good? The simple answer is it makes a profit for the companies which produce them.

How can we rebel against this system that’s been trying to make a profit out of our ignorance? You can do small acts of rebellion and also take care of yourself. You can go vegan or support vegan diets. That can be difficult for people who love sweets, but fortunately, most food you have been used to eating has a vegan version that you can even create at your own home, even desserts.

We have listed some vegan desserts and how you can make them. Don’t worry about not having any baking skills. Everyone can do these simple recipes, even if you’re a non-baker who wants to try something new with your fiancée. Just make sure you’ve got your apron on, remove your expensive braided diamond engagement ring, and put it somewhere safe because we don’t want it damaged. We want you at your element while baking and be ready to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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What’s good about making these vegan desserts is that they are guilt-free. We understand that this diet is not for everyone, but you can try it now and then. After all, they are free from cruelty to animals and your body.

  1. Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

Instead of using dairy products like butter in the ingredients, you can use vegan butter. We promise you won’t notice the difference, and it will be just like your favorite chocolate chip cookies. You can even pair it with milk – not the one from cows, but almond, soy, or oat.

  1. Vegan Carrot Cake

Vegan counterparts of the cakes that we love have been around for quite some time. And we think that a vegan carrot cake would be the best one to include in this list because you can make it gluten-free with some spices and coated with a vegan buttercream.

  1. Vegan Chocolate Truffles

The alternative to using creams would be coconut milk. It’s a perfect substitute for its fat content. You will also need only two other ingredients, which are 20 ounces of finely chopped dark chocolate and coconut flakes. It’s effortless to make.

  1. Vegan Chia Pudding

Who doesn’t love chia seeds? They are rich in fiber, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants. Making a chia pudding is very easy peasy as chia seeds turn plump and cream-like when you soak them in non-dairy milk. You can add some maple syrup and some cardamoms and berries. Yum!

  1. Vegan Banana Bread

Lockdown has caused a lot of us to try our hands at baking, which is cool. But, for some reason, it was a collective decision for many people to bake banana bread. Why not? After all, it’s easy, delicious, and you can make use of the bananas that have suddenly gone from fresh to overripe in a matter of hours after you bought them from the supermarket.

  1. Vegan Brownies

Brownies are relatively easy to make. You buy a brownie mix, and mix it, and put it in the oven. But, you can also make your brownie mix but with a vegan twist, of course (use vegan butter). Everyone loves brownies, and you can have these with your friends. They wouldn’t even know it’s vegan because it’s as good as the brownies we got used to having.

  1. Vegan Donuts

Yes, you read that right! You can make a vegan version of any donuts you like. All you have to do is take out any dairy-based products from the equation and replace them with vegan or plant-based products like soy, oat, or coconut milk.

You see, going vegan, or at least plant-based, isn’t that difficult. All these dessert ideas that we listed are easy and fun to make. The best thing about them is that you wouldn’t eat lies that the balanced diet propaganda has fed us. Enjoy!

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