41 thoughts on “Spring Dessert Recipes | Vegan + Healthy!

  1. Nellie VB says:

    My birthday is in May and carrot cake is my favorite! A vegan carrot cake is my one request for my birthday, I am an easy girl to please! Also, can't wait to try those lemon bars!

  2. Frank Aiden says:

    a really good trick with carrot cake is to squeeze the excess liquid out of the shredded carrots and put the liquid back into the cake with the wet ingredients; it keeps the sweetness from the carrots but makes the cake less dense, because when the carrots are weighed down with water, it can make the cake fall.

  3. caramelushca says:

    Love these! Anything I could replace the cashews with? Can't tolerate them very well. I was thinking macadamias, although they're so expensive! I'd love it if you could make something that is cocoa, cashew and peanut free for your next dessert video! Most vegan and gluten-free desserts contain at least one of those, so I'm pretty stumped :))

  4. Kelly M says:

    Wow these look AMAZING! Carrot cake is also my dadโ€™s fav, maybe itโ€™s a dad thing? I will definitely be trying these out ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Hayley Smith says:

    MMMMMM carrot cake is totally a classic! Pavlova is another desert that reminds me of spring and it would be really awesome to see it veganized! I imagine its a challenge, but I'm sure you could make it happen! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Kylie Cardenas says:

    My mom makes me a huge double layer carrot cake every year for my birthday and when we went vegan she veganized her recipe which was so bomb! But I really wanna try a simpler and healthier recipe this year. Yours looks so good!

  7. Julia Allinger says:

    The carrot cake recipe looks delicious, have to try that one! Just wanted to note that oats are normally NOT gluten-free, but nevertheless there are many other substitutes like buckwheat flour that might work as well.
    Edit:
    I just did some research on that topic and it says that it's actually different in different parts of the world. So in the US there might be oats that are labeled as gluten-free whereas you won't find oats being labeled as gluten-free in New Zealand for example (in my home country Austria they aren't as well).

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