One of the greatest temptations of a raw food diet can be the desserts! Weird, right? Not so much. As soon as I discovered the amazingly delicious raw cakes of a friend I met through a mutual hobby we have, I cannot really go back to the ‘regular’ sweets that had been fueling a sugar addiction for years.
In fact, I would wholeheartedly recommend raw vegan desserts to anyone, regardless of their style of eating. These are not simply guilt-free – they are packed with nutrient goodness and leave you fully satisfied rather than giving a temporary high that quickly turns into a ‘low’ that makes you crave even more.
So, if you ever thought dessert is meant to be a guilt-inducing food or something that one has to leave off their menu for 99% of the time, let these
Insatiably Satisfying Law Fat Low Sugar Raw Vegan Desserts
Dip a chocolate biscuit into a chocolatey tiramisu with extra coconut whipped cream on top, and this is sure to be a party in your mouth. The extra strong taste of coffee will keep you alert and energized.
It doesn’t have to be Christmas to enjoy these mince pies. They are great mini treats for every fancy affair without too much hard work. These raw vegan pies are great for the weight-conscious with their petite portion sizes.
This is a vegan take on a classic fruit tart without the gelatin. Plus, it’s way healthier. Think super chia seeds and antioxidant-packed berries. It’s a colorful dessert to add to any menu and is great for the warmer weather.
A tropical take on the classic tart, this Raw Coconut Mango Tart is perfect for the spring and summer, when coconut is in season. Escape to a daydream island paradise as you indulge in this exotic treat.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try this spin on a classic. Using mandarin oranges and a bit of lemon, this is a tangy and sweet twist that’s sure to draw you some fans. Who knew you were such a creativity chef? (Don’t worry, we won’t tell them you took the idea from an OGP recipe — promise.)
Dea is passionate about pursuing gentle, pure living in all its forms. She’s a veg and fruit foodie, who loves to explore the healing properties of plant-based foods and then fully indulge in their sun-filled taste. She believes that “In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”