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March 4, 2013

Top 5 Vegetarian Desserts to Treat Your Sweetie


If you’ve got a vegetarian in your life that you’d like to please, check out these top five vegetarian desserts to treat your sweetie:

1. Peanut Butter and Jam Nanaimo Bars


Everyone loves a good nanaimo bar – there’s certainly no sweeter way to express your love for someone- and choosing your own ingredients means that you can make them as veggie-friendly as needed!

All you’ll need to whip up this treat is peanut butter, jam, chocolate, and graham crackers – consider the gluten-free variety if you’d like to take things up a notch to the realm of vegan-friendly! The end result, after being refrigerated, are delightful treats that are as unhealthy as they are tasty – so go easy on them!

2. No-Bake Date Squares

These delicious treats bring together the best of ease and taste, giving you full-fledged, vegetarian-friendly date squares without even the need to turn on the oven!

You’ll be using dates and coconut oil in order to achieve a sweet taste, so, while not exactly healthy, these no-bake dates will have all of the flavor of their processed cousins without all of the nasty additives – plus they’re a breeze to make!

3. Vegan Pumpkin Pie


Providing a sweet, yet healthy treat, a pumpkin pie made with natural sweeteners is a great way to spark a gleam in the eye of a vegetarian, and using a gluten-free crust will impress any vegans in the vicinity, as well!

4. Strawberry Oat Squares

Fancy something to set your sweetie’s mouth to watering? These strawberry oat squares are entirely vegetarian-friendly, and offer the added bonus of being made of any ingredients you prefer if you make them from scratch.

The oat base can be a bit of a test in kitchen skill, but you’ll be able to whip up big batches on demand once you’ve got the process down, and the homemade jam is easy as pie to make from fresh strawberries!

5. Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies


For a sure positive reaction from your loved one, you can always fall back on good old fashioned chocolate cookies – this time with an extra healthy twist. By using non-dairy butter spread and a flax egg in place of your regular ingredients, you’ll be able to create a batch of cookies that even the staunchest of vegans will love!

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