Dairy is an ingredient that, whilst delicious for many, is dangerous to others. This can often mean that they miss out on some of the most delicious desserts that most people can enjoy without worry.
Well no longer! This list will include recipes from around the web that are free from dairy! So whether you have a dairy allergy or just want to eat healthier, this is the list for you!
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream
Starting off our list strong, we have a delicious twist on everyone’s favorite cold dessert: Ice cream! This peanut butter and chocolate chip cookie dough recipe will melt in your mouth, quite literally!
And best of all, because it is dairy-free, even more people can enjoy it. It’s an easy treat that can be made with just a few ingredients. If you want to get creative, try making different flavors – like strawberry or mint chocolate chip.
This is the perfect treat to whip up for those summer parties and cookouts. With this recipe, your ice cream is going to go quickly with so many mouths coming back for seconds!
Easy Bake Vegan Cheesecake
Cheesecake can be a pretty tough dessert to nail without using dairy. But with this recipe under your belt, you might not even think about trying the original again. Not with a dessert that can be enjoyed by so many more people, anyway!
The coconut oil helps keep everything nice and creamy, while also providing a bit of richness. The other important ingredient here is agar-agar powder. This makes the cheesecakes extra firm and holds them together nicely.
We found that using almond milk instead of regular dairy gave us some great results. We recommend starting with 1 cup of almond milk, then slowly increasing it as needed.
You may need to add another half cup if you’re using a smaller amount of almonds.
If you’re having trouble removing it from the pan to serve, remove the sides of the springform pan and run the edge of a knife along the inside of the pan. Unwrap and place on a serving plate. Top with Whipped Coconut Milk.
Vegan Oreo Cheesecake
Time for another cheesecake recipe, this time with a twist! The addition of Oreo cookie crumbs complements the base of this delicious cheesecake, as well as adds a little chocolatey goodness to your dish!
You’ll find a lot of recipes online that use cashews for their vegan cheesecake, but this one will allow you to use nuts that you probably already have at home, such as walnuts, for that fascinating texture!
They also make a great addition to a base for any type of cheesecake, and they’re just plain tasty too.
It’s no secret that I love cheesecake, especially this particular flavor. And now, thanks to this recipe, I wouldn’t have to give up on it when following a vegan diet. This is a wonderful way to introduce new tastes into your diet and still feel satisfied.
Brownies are another staple dessert snack that everyone loves. This means that any dairy-free version has some big, tasty shoes to fill. Fortunately, this recipe does so with flying colors.
These brownies are rich, fudgy, decadent, and packed full of flavor. All without any added sugar or fat. No wonder they’ve become one of my most popular desserts ever!
They start with a base that includes dates and pecans, which provides plenty of moisture to help create those amazing chewy textures. Then, there’s the cocoa powder, which helps provide a deep, rich color, and loads of antioxidants.
Scrumptious Apple Crumble Pie
Ah, the humble apple pie. Who doesn’t want to eat a delicious slice of these when they’re offered at the dinner table? Unfortunately, those with dairy-tolerance issues have often lost out on this tasty dessert.
Thankfully, this dairy and gluten-free recipe means that everyone can enjoy some good old-fashioned dessert pie!
This scrumptious pie uses apples, oats, spices, and a few other ingredients to bring an incredible taste to the classic American dessert. It starts with a crust made of rolled oats and nut butter.
To ensure that the filling stays in place during baking, we used gelatin sheets. These help keep the filling from oozing all over your oven and stovetop.
Then comes the filling part: Apples and cinnamon go hand in hand, making this simple dessert perfect for fall or winter. Finally, there’s the topping: A crumble made of oats, nuts, and dried fruit. Drizzle some honey over the top for a sweet finish.
Sugar cookies are another classic dessert that often gets missed out on thanks to dairy intolerance. This recipe manages to make an amazing recipe that can be enjoyed by everyone!
This recipe uses real vanilla extract, which not only adds a lovely aroma to the dough but also makes the final product much more flavorful.
If you’d like to try something different, you could always experiment by substituting almond extract or even rosewater for the vanilla. Either way, you should end up with a deliciously soft, luscious cookie.
Dairy-Free Frosting And Cupcakes
Frostings and icings are probably one of the things that many people think about when it comes time to decorate their cakes. Sadly, frosting recipes often use dairy-based ingredients such as cream cheese and heavy whipping cream.
But don’t worry, because this recipe brings a new twist to the traditional frosting by replacing the dairy with coconut oil. Not only will you get a creamy, smooth icing, but you’ll also find that it’s incredibly light!
The best part (and what makes this frosting extra special) is that it can easily be turned into cupcake toppings!
The first step involves melting down coconut oil until it becomes liquid. Once it’s done, add in powdered sugar along with the rest of the ingredients and mix well.
Then, simply spread onto cupcakes, sprinkle with sprinkles, or drizzle with some dairy-free (obviously) chocolate sauce.
Dairy-Free Chocolate Cake
Chocolate cake is delicious no matter whether it contains eggs or not. Unfortunately, since egg allergies are becoming increasingly common these days, many people have been left without access to this popular treat.
Luckily, this recipe offers a solution to this problem by using ground flaxseeds instead of eggs.
To start, combine both flaxseed meal and water in a bowl and allow them to sit in the fridge overnight. When they’re ready, add in your dry ingredients and stir everything together.
Next, pour in your wet mixture and stir until combined. Then, pour the batter into a greased pan and let it cook at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 25 minutes.
Blueberry Coffee Cake
This blueberry coffee cake recipe features moist layers of fresh fruit, finished with a crunchy streusel topping. You won’t believe how easy it is to whip up this tasty treat, especially if you’ve got a few hours to spare before breakfast.
First, prepare your base by combining flour, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, and brown sugar. After that, add in your melted butter along with your eggs and vanilla extract.
Stir everything together until evenly distributed. Finally, fold in your berries and pour the batter into a prepared baking dish. Sprinkle on your topping, then bake for 35 to 40 minutes.
If you love lime desserts, then you’ll enjoy making this refreshingly tart dessert. It’s really quick and simple to make too, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t give it a go.
This is the perfect recipe for those looking for a little more zest in their desserts!
Start by mixing all of your ingredients in a food processor. Then, once everything has been processed, roll the dough out between two pieces of parchment paper or plastic wrap.
Next, cut the sheet out into a rectangular shape and place it into the freezer for 30 minutes.
Vegan Chocolate Pudding
This dairy-free chocolate pudding is just as good as any other pudding you might have tried before. And since it doesn’t contain any animal products, it’s completely free from cholesterol and lactose.
Plus, it’s made with basic ingredients that anyone may already have in their kitchen cabinet.
For starters, melt your cocoa butter and use it as a substitute for milk in your favorite pudding recipe. Next, mix in almond milk, maple syrup, dates, cacao nibs, and vanilla extract.
Then, transfer the mixture into cups and freeze for about an hour. Serve immediately, or store in the refrigerator for later consumption. Though given how delicious it is, we’ll be surprised if there is any leftover after serving!
Vegan Banana Bread
Banana bread isn’t exactly something that everyone will enjoy, but if you’re looking for something unique to serve someone who can’t eat eggs, then this recipe is perfect for you.
All you need to do is follow the instructions below, and you should end up with a loaf of delicious banana bread that’s sure to impress even the pickiest eater.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. In a large bowl, whisk together all of your ingredients except for the nuts and coconut oil.
Once everything has been thoroughly mixed, spread the mixture onto a lined baking tray and sprinkle on your desired toppings. Bake for 20 minutes, and you’ll soon be enjoying a slice of homemade banana bread.
Dairy-Free & Gluten-Free Chocolate Zucchini Bread
Zucchini bread is one of the most popular gluten-free bread recipes because it’s healthy and filling. But when you’re craving something sweet, you probably aren’t going to want to eat a whole loaf of this wholesome bread.
That’s where this gluten-free zucchini bread comes in. Instead of using wheat flour like traditional versions, this version uses quinoa instead. The result is a moist and flavorful loaf of bread that is great served warm right out of the oven or at room temperature.
You could also try freezing some slices of this bread and reheating them later. They taste amazing either way!
Nothing says “I’m ready to relax” quite like a batch of fluffy cinnamon rolls fresh out of the oven. These are perfect for a lazy Sunday morning, especially if you’ve got guests coming over to visit!
All you need to do is combine your dry ingredients – including sugar, salt, and yeast – in a bowl. While that’s happening, take a small saucepan and heat 3/4 cup water.
When it starts to boil, pour it over the dry ingredients and stir until they’ve combined. Now let the dough sit for 10 minutes while you prepare your topping.
Vegan Pumpkin Pie
If you’d rather not make pumpkin pie from scratch, then you can always order it online. However, if you want to make a vegan version yourself, then this recipe is a perfect choice.
It doesn’t include any eggs, which means no risk of getting sick from salmonella too!
The only ingredient you need to keep track of is pumpkin. If you don’t have any, you can buy canned pumpkin purée at your local grocery store.
Feel free to experiment with different spices if you think your family would enjoy something more unique than just regular pumpkin pie.
As you can see, there are plenty of ways to enjoy dessert without dairy. Whether you’re making ice cream, cake, or cookies, you can still satisfy your cravings for sweets without having to worry about milk or butter getting in the way!