Looking for dairy-free desserts? Want the best vegan pudding for your dinner party? Try our ideas below then check out our best vegan dessert recipes, easy vegan baking ideas and vegan afternoon tea recipes.
For a healthier, dairy-free alternative to ice-cream, give this easy no-churn banana ice cream a go. Feel free to experiment with different flavours, too.
For a quick and easy dinner party dessert that’s bound to impress, whip up this vegan chocolate mousse, made with silken tofu. So smooth and creamy, guests will be hard pressed to believe it’s dairy-free.
Check out these dark chocolate cookies for a dairy-free sweet treat – the olive oil gives a crisp, crunchy texture while a sprinkle of sea salt adds a sophisticated savoury edge.
Try this deliciously crispy and crumbly pie, packed with rum-soaked roasted pineapple and plenty of spice, for a dairy-free dessert with a difference.
Simply swap butter for melted coconut oil to make this dairy-free apple crumble, flavoured with warming cinnamon.
Ever thought of using aquafaba (the liquid found in a tin of chickpeas) in a dessert? In this recipe it’s used to make a glossy, chewy meringue, paired with coconut yogurt and lots of berries to make a dairy-free eton mess.
Fancy making a dairy-free pumpkin pie? Ready-made pastry and a tin of pumpkin purée means this pie is very easy to whip up, making a sweet and spiced treat that’s perfect for colder evenings.
A rich toffee sauce, made with homemade cashew cream, is the star in this dairy-free toffee pudding. The perfect pick-me-up for autumn.
A deliciously fudgy Oreo biscuit base is topped with silken tofu and dark chocolate to make a rich, dairy-free cheesecake. A brilliant option for an indulgent pudding.
For a light, delicate dessert to round off a meal, check out these dairy-free coconut, mango and turmeric puddings; you don’t even notice it’s dairy-free because of the creaminess of the coconut cream, plus turmeric adds a nicely zingy flavour.
Bake a batch of these dairy-free cupcakes, topped with a swirl of rich chocolate frosting, for an afternoon tea treat.
Vegan butter and almond milk are used to make these dairy-free, gooey chocolate brownies – they’re so chocolaty that both vegans and non-vegans alike will enjoy.