3 Easy No-Bake Plant-Based Dessert Recipes

3 Easy No-Bake Plant-Based Dessert Recipes That You Will Surely Enjoy

Ahhhhh sugar! How much you have been slammed in the wellness industry. I on the other hand stand firmly in nature and all its glory as I navigate my sugar intake. Hence, I give you 3 easy no-bake plant-based desserts to pamper your sweet tooth without having to feel guilty!

These easy no-bake plant-based desserts are made with sweeteners that I swear by!

Let’s start with my all-time favourite, Coconut Sugar. This sugar ranks lower on the glycemic index than many other forms of sugar, which means your blood sugar levels remain more stable in comparison. 

Because it’s not highly processed and retains many of its original nutrients, coconut sugar has a rich brown colour. It also has a delicious, textured aroma as opposed to the bland sterile smell of refined white sugar. You can see why I’m a fan.

To produce the sugar, the sap is collected by tapping the coconut blossom and then gently heated to evaporate the moisture content. It’s a gentle process which I love because it means the sugar is not highly refined or processed and remains very close to its original nature. 

As it caramelises, the flavours intensify slightly, lending a richness and depth to desserts and sweet dishes. Each mouthful of fresh sap is incredible. It’s truly nature’s candy.

Bringing in maple syrup… Let’s all give a round of applause to my dear friend maple syrup. It is made from the sap of maple trees. Period. The end. That’s it. 

Look out for anything that attempts to pass itself off as maple syrup. Imposters like “maple-flavoured syrup”, pancake syrup, waffle syrup and other syrups will attempt to seduce you with their treacle-coloured caramelly looks but be warned, they are usually made from processed, high-fructose corn syrup. Walk away. Just walk away. 

Maple syrup remains very close to nature, which means our bodies delight in its flavour and components. After the sap is collected, it is heated to remove the moisture while retaining all of the complex minerals and antioxidants which yield its distinct flavours. 

It’s my favourite sweetener to cook with and I know it feels good in my body. Life without maple syrup would indeed be a bitter life.

So in saying, those I mentioned here are yummy sweets that make my days sweeter and hope they make yours just as sweet.

The caramel slice is just beautiful and it’s really really to make. Come along with this journey with me and brings the kids into the kitchen because this is totally kid-friendly and when you have chocolate and caramel together, it creates just #GLORY so they’re really sweetness of the caramel and the silkiness and luxury of chocolate coming together is just the bomb!

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3 Easy No-bake plant-based dessert

Chocolate Mousse

If there’s one thing my friends know about me it’s that I LOVE sweets. If you share the same passion for desserts and you also want to move away from processed stuff and EAT real food, then you know how difficult the transition can be. 

Here is the link for the full recipe.

Chocolate mousse with Fresh Fruits

Chocolate Brownie Recipe With Beetroot And Sweet Potato

This is a kind of a dessert you can make in a matter of minutes. It is super good when you need something rich and sweet and you don’t want something that will take away from your health. This is the recipe I love. Actually, the recipe changed a bit but I got the original one from my great friend chef, Jason from Esprezzo Cafe in Perth, Australia. Thank you Jason!

Click here to check this recipe out.

Healthy Chocolate Brownie Recipe With Beetroot And Sweet Potato

These recipes are a must-try! Give these guilt-free desserts a go and comment down on my YouTube channel on what among these 3 no-bake plant-based desserts your favourite is.

With love from my kitchen to yours,

Chef Cynthia Louise xx


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About the Author

Chef Cynthia Louise is an Internationally acclaimed MasterChef, speaker, author, restaurant consultant, teacher and television presenter in wholefood, dairy-free cooking. She also has the worlds first online cooking classes focused on dairy-free plant-based whole foods with recipes that people are raving about and changing people's health, one delicious bite at a time. Chef Cynthia loves nothing more than educating people about the simplicity and vitality of a plant-based, whole foods lifestyle. Each dish is like art on a plate and her flavour combinations nourish the soul and get everyone talking.

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