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10 Delicious Vegan Whole Food Cake Recipes

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Cakes are one of the most universally enjoyed desserts, and there’s good reason for that. What’s not to love about soft, moist cake made from whole grains and seasonal fruits,While most cake recipes require eggs and dairy products, vegan cake recipes are just as delicious as their non-vegan counterparts and can be made with even more nutrients by using whole foods like beans, nuts, seeds, and whole grains rather than processed ingredients that may be derived from animals or refined sugars. Learn how to make delicious vegan whole food cakes with the following 10 recipes.

1) Homemade Blueberry Yogurt Cupcakes with Coconut Crust

No one will ever guess that these scrumptious homemade cupcakes are made with a whole,grain, dairy-free and eggless cake mix,The recipe calls for sugar free coconut yogurt and agave syrup which makes them even better for you.

You can prepare these for any special occasion or just to enjoy on a Friday night with friends over. These are perfect for anyone who has to follow a gluten free diet or wants to incorporate more natural foods into their diet plan. Your body will thank you as well as your friends, family, co-workers and everyone else who gets to indulge in some of these tasty treats!

2) Chocolate and Black Bean Brownies

Let your taste buds travel down a rich, chocolatey path with these delicious brownies! Black beans provide a wholesome dose of protein and help fill you up,They add moisture to baked goods, so there’s no need for butter or oil. Baking at home is not only cheaper than buying premade baked goods, but also allows you to make healthier choices (like using unrefined sugar). These brownies are vegan, gluten-free and perfect for an afternoon snack.

3) Carrot Cake Pancakes

Carrot cake pancakes,I know, it's not what you'd normally expect from a pancake recipe, but trust me on this one,I had to try these when I saw them because they just look so cool and what's more awesome than whole grain carrot cake for breakfast? Plus, you can use any type of flour in these pancakes including gluten free flour mix and sweeten them with any sweetener you like.

Coconut oil is used to give these baby cakes that moist texture that you'd expect from a real carrot cake recipe. Carrot cake pancakes are a delicious way to add some veggies into your breakfast routine and kids will love them! (Don't forget to sprinkle some mini chocolate chips or raisins on top!)

4) Banana Walnut Muffins

Mix 2 bananas with 1 cup of flour, 1 cup of sugar, and half a teaspoon of baking soda in a large bowl. Add 4 ounces (1/2 cup) walnuts, and stir. Pour 3/4 cups of water into a saucepan and bring to a boil. Put 6 tablespoons of unsweetened applesauce into two cups and pour boiling water over them. Let cool for 15 minutes, then add to other ingredients along with one beaten egg. Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean. Recipe adapted from Vegan Desserts by Celine Steen & Tamasin Noyes (Da Capo Press).

5) Raspberry Chocolate Bundt Cake

Raspberries add a natural sweetness and subtle tartness to baked goods, These little red gems are full of antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals and taste great in a variety of dishes, including healthy desserts like fruit-topped pancakes and smoothies.

If you're looking for ways to incorporate more berries into your diet, try out our vegan whole food cake recipe below. The raspberries lend a light fruity flavor while chocolate chunks make it rich enough to satisfy even cake lovers! This raspberry chocolate bundt cake is perfect as a centerpiece dessert at parties or potlucks or served alongside homemade peanut butter pie as an indulgent birthday treat.

6) 3 Ingredient Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Fudge

A vegan recipe that can be made in 10 minutes  The best part It only calls for 3 ingredients. Chocolate, Almond Butter and Coconut Oil.

There’s also a secret ingredient that makes it all gooey: 100% pure maple syrup. You’ll never want store-bought fudge again This will take you back to your childhood and your mom’s delicious chocolate chip cookies,Trust us; it is finger licking good! Make them small or make them big we promise you won’t be able to eat just one!

7) Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough Bites

These soft, chewy cookie dough bites are packed with protein thanks to a secret ingredient – oatmeal! Plus, you don’t have to turn on your oven to make them. What’s not to love? 1/2 cup rolled oats

8) Apple Pie Smoothie Bowl

All you need is a bowl, a spoon and a few ingredients to make these delicious smoothie bowls. The combination of apple, almond butter, and oats are blended up with Greek yogurt for a healthy snack or dessert.

Served in an edible bowl made out of fruit, topped with chia seeds and granola what could be better  If you’re like me, apples are always around during fall because they re packed with vitamins! There’s not much better than biting into an apple that was just picked from a tree. This recipe tastes like fresh-picked apple pie filling (minus all of those unhealthy ingredients). Enjoy it as breakfast or dessert!

9) Sweet Potato Pie Tarts

This vegan dessert is super easy to prepare and you probably already have most of these ingredients on hand. For these tarts, it’s best to use a food processor to process the ingredients together so they can bind properly in a solid form.

These sweet potato pies will look absolutely adorable on your holiday table and serve as an excellent alternative for your non-vegan friends and family. But feel free to make them anytime you feel like having some delicious whole food recipes at home. Your body will thank you for all of those vitamins!

10) Caramel Apple Sugar Cookies

This recipe is perfect for vegan and non-vegan families alike,The cookies are delicious with a glass of soy milk or alongside a bowl of oats in the morning. The great thing about these cookies is that they don’t taste healthy, rather  they are deliciously sweet! One bite and you’ll feel like you’re cheating on your diet but you aren’t! (If you want to make them even healthier, try using all natural applesauce instead of butter.) Plus, each cookie contains under 200 calories, making it easy to eat two. Try replacing half of your regular flour with oat flour for a nuttier taste. Get out those mixing bowls and start baking! You won't regret it!

conclusion

The cakes in your life are about to get a whole lot healthier, thanks to these whole food cake recipes. While cake is pretty much universally delicious, it's hard to deny that white flour and sugar aren't exactly healthy.

And if you're trying to watch your calorie intake, baking a single layer of cake can easily total well over 400 calories per serving. That's not including frosting! With these vegan whole food cake recipes you can still enjoy all of your favorite cakes without any of the guilt (and better yet, no oil or dairy products). It's a win-win situation!

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