Vegans can take delight in fluffy pastries just like everyone else! Enjoy these 25 sweet and savory vegan pastry recipes…
1. Light & Fluffy Vegan Waffles
These vegan waffles are light and fluffy – you’ll never guess that they’re free of eggs and dairy! A perfect weekend breakfast, especially when topped with blueberry sauce.
2. Vegan Cheesecake
I am so excited to share this recipe for vegan cheesecake with you! It is so good, sensational really! Topped with a salted caramel fudge sauce and some sprinkled sea salt it is the perfect contrast of salty and sweet with creamy and smooth!
3. Vegan Lemon Curd Doughnuts
I do my best to feed my family healthy and well-thought-out meals but sometimes you just need a doughnut. Some days only a doughnut will do and not a baked, I’ve-hidden-vegetables-in-this-doughnut doughnut; a proper, sticky, sugar-stuck-to-your-lips doughnut.
4. Easy Vegan Tomato Tart
Hey hey hey! Today’s recipe is for an idiot-proof, easy Vegan Tomato Tart with Tofu Basil Cream. I’ve been all about simple, easy recipes as of late because it’s starting to get warm in Australia and I’m not prepared to spend hours over a hot stove in the kitchen when I could be sat on the couch under the air conditioning watching MTV.
5. Raspberry Donuts
Soft & fluffy completely oil-free baked Vegan Raspberry Donuts with a smooth, pretty in pink glaze. All infused with sweet raspberry flavor & so delicious. (Don’t worry if you don’t have a donut pan because they can also be made as muffins!)
6. Vegan Apple Pie
Nothing says autumn to me as much as the combination of apples and cinnamon and I simply love this pairing of flavors.
7. Loaded Vegan Blueberry Muffins
A couple of years ago, I was obsessed with looking for THE perfect Blueberry Muffin recipe. I wasn’t Vegan back then, and after making what seemed like 5000 different muffin recipes, I finally decided that Cooks Illustrated’s Best Blueberry Muffins recipe was… well, the best one out there.
8. Vegan Chai-Spiced Scones
Enjoy these buttery Chai Spiced vegan scones with a warm cinnamon glaze for the perfect Autumnal pastry. Easy and delicious for a treat everyone will love.
9. Easy Vegan Berry Galettes
A couple of weeks ago I received an email from my mum who had just come in from the bush. She was ecstatic over her gathering of enough wild blackberries to make her annual pie, and was equally pleased that she managed to do it without having to fend off the black bear that lives on their property, or the pesky wasps that often encircle the sweet fruit.
10. Vegan Puff Pastry
How to make vegan puff pastry from scratch! Don’t buy store bought chemical laden rubbish. This recipe yields a wonderful golden flaky pastry. And below you’ll find a video of complete step by step instructions to help ensure success at home!
11. Vegan Conchas
A classic Mexican Pan Dulce recipe for Conchas with a Vegan twist.
12. Vegan Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
These vegan lemon poppy seed muffins are everything you want in a muffin: moist, citrusy, sweet, and with a little crunch.
13. Vegan Chocolate Ganache Torte
Vegan Chocolate Ganache Torte. A decadent, rich dessert that looks nearly too good to eat. These little tortes are so simple, and so delicious!
14. Chewy Vegan Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cookies
These are brownie-like and chewy. Be careful not to overbake them, they may seem like they aren’t done after 10 minutes but they are!
15. Vegan Banana Muffins
These Vegan Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins are healthy & use natural ingredients like agave, bananas, whole wheat pastry flour, coconut oil & almond milk!
16. Yummy Vegan Apple Turnovers
I’ve had such a good time making food inspired by my new favorite show, Once Upon a Time! Did you watch the season premiere? I’ve been busier than busy, and haven’t had the opportunity to actually sit down and watch. I’m still enjoying it via my stomach. To kick off this mini food series I made Apple Turnovers. Luckily, the only poison in these is cheap fat and sugar!
17. Vegan Apple Cider Doughnuts
Packed with cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice, these vegan Baked Apple Cider Doughnuts are a perfect way to welcome in the fall.
18. Vegan Chocolate Croissants
They are HERE. These vegan chocolate croissants have been months in the making. Between multiple trials of the recipe, testing out a few different methods and using a lot of coconut oil, this is the vegan chocolate croissant recipe you have been waiting for (at least I have).
19. Raspberry Rose Vegan Macarons
Macarons – who doesn’t love the ubiquitous macaron? Macarons have taken the world by storm ever since they became trendy a few years ago, and although in my opinion overrated, I do think they are pretty tasty little morsels when done right.
20. Vegan Croissants
He actually never got round to making croissants before becoming vegan, oddly enough, and since becoming vegan hadn’t bothered trying. Croissant pastry is difficult, it needs time, the butter needs to be perfect and all of the elements need to come together to make it right.
21. The Best Ever Vegan Blueberry Muffins
These vegan blueberry muffins are soft and sweet with a hint of lemon and fresh blueberries in every bite for the perfect morning or midday snack.
22. Vegan Baklava Cigars
Baklava is one of these things that I did not use to like until I came of age. When my gran brought it back from one of her travels to Turkey when I was young, I pronounced it ‘too sweet’ (can you believe it?) while shoving a handful of nasty, perfumed, artificially-colored, heart-shaped sweets into my face. Classy, eh?
23. Vegan Vanilla Custard Almond Crowns
After posting about the vegan croissants, we got a comment from someone asking to make custard and almond pastries. So as soon as Sam read that, off he went to perfect some custard and make these bad boys. Just as a word of warning though, you will want to eat all of them, so beware!
24. Easy Vegan Cinnamon Rolls
These easy vegan cinnamon rolls are sweet, tender, and filled with cinnamon flavor for a plant-based spin on a classic favorite. Simple and fool-proof.
25. Vegan Banana Nut Scones
If these scones look familiar, it’s because they are a riff on last fall’s pumpkin pecan scones. Those scones have quite a few fans and the banana version turned out so well that I couldn’t keep it to myself. Frankly, I don’t think banana scones get better than this.