These vegan Thanksgiving desserts will keep everybody happy and end the night deliciously.
Of all the arguments you may have over dinner, dessert shouldn’t be one of them.
From classics to new favorites, these desserts will make you the designated dessert-bringer.
No more plates and napkins for you!
Vegan desserts aren’t just for vegans.
These recipes are so good, you’ll have a hard time believing they’re made without dairy or eggs.
So whether you spend Thanksgiving with a table of turkey or tofu eaters, keep reading.
You’ll be thankful for any of these vegan Thanksgiving desserts.
This low-carb Thanksgiving vegan pumpkin brownie is deliciously indulgent.
It’s a chocolate pumpkin brownie with white chocolate pumpkin frosting.
There’s no added sugar in this recipe and it’s full of healthy fats.
By using coconut flour, we can keep this sweet dessert low-carb and super-rich.
It’s sweet, decadent, and perfect for fall festivities.
Despite how easy this vegan pumpkin pie is, it’s incredibly tasty.
The filling is creamy, velvety, and full of flavor. The crust is wonderfully crisp.
Top it off with fluffy whipped topping and you’re in for a treat.
The vegan pumpkin custard is filled with warm autumn spices. It’s the best way to end a holiday meal.
This vegan pecan pie has the most fitting name. It’s amazing!
With notes of caramel and bourbon, this pecan pie should not be overlooked. It has the most spectacular texture and flavor.
While this pie is pretty sweet, it’s not overwhelming.
One slice, and you’ll fall in love with this classic southern pie.
Apple pie is the ultimate, classic American dessert.
With a flaky crust, crisp cinnamon apples, and delicious flavor, you can’t go wrong.
Plus, this pie is dairy-free, egg-free, and can be made gluten-free!
For any holiday and any time of year, this vegan apple pie will be a hit!
Apple crisp is a simple apple dessert with tons of flavor and crunch.
Warm, crisp, and so delicious, this pie will be your new Thanksgiving go-to.
It all starts with delicious cinnamon apples as a base. Cover that with a sugary oat topping that’s to die for.
This apple crisp is heavenly. Serve it warm with some vegan ice cream for a wonderful winter dessert.
If apples aren’t your ideal fruit, try this blueberry cobbler. It has so much flavor with all vegan ingredients.
This dessert is made with tons of juicy blueberries. They’re sweet, jammy, and incredibly tasty.
The warm, slightly crispy, biscuit layer will have you coming back for seconds.
Your friends and family will make new traditions with this vegan blueberry cobbler.
Sweet potato pie is a fantastic dessert.
If you don’t like pumpkin, this is a wonderful alternative for Thanksgiving. Some say it’s actually better!
Fluffy sweet potatoes transform into a silky smooth custard that will make your mouth water.
Combined with maple syrup, spices, and vanilla, sweet potatoes make an incredible dessert.
You have to try this vegan sweet potato pie.
Cheesecake is your favorite dessert but it’s not on the Thanksgiving menu. Problem solved.
This vegan pumpkin cheesecake will crush all your holiday cravings.
Who knew this silky cheesecake could possibly be made without dairy?
It has a wonderful flavor and irresistible texture.
Make this dessert for Thanksgiving, and you might become the family favorite.
Everybody loves cake. It’s that simple. When you’re tasked with making the dessert these cake bars will please every palate.
They’re fluffy, flavorful, and fantastic. The pumpkin flavor is delicious and the spices are lovely.
Add a creamy vegan cream cheese frosting for a winning treat!
Plus, since these are already cut into squares, they’re perfect for serving a crowd.
Vegan cranberry cake is a light and fluffy treat that everybody will love.
This cake is fruity. With lots of cranberry flavor, it’s also orange-scented and has wonderful icing. Add toasted walnuts for a bit of a crunch.
Cranberry cake is just the recipe you’re looking for. It’s beautiful and delicious. A real stunner.
Cranberry and orange are a popular combination. These cupcakes take this duo to a whole new level.
The sweet citrusy orange combined with tart cranberries is sensational. The cake is fluffy, light, and perfectly sweet.
Top them with a delightful brown sugar frosting that will blow you away.
Oh, and nobody will even guess that they’re vegan.
Fudge is one of my favorite holiday treats. From the texture to the flavor, there’s nothing like it.
This vegan version is impressive and incredibly tasty. Plus, it only takes about 5 minutes to make.
With just four ingredients, you’ll have rich, creamy fudge ready to enjoy in no time.
This is the ideal last-minute dessert.
Carrot cake is usually thought of as a spring dessert. However, it will fit right in at your Thanksgiving gathering.
The warm spices and sweet carrots make a cake that is unbeatable.
Toss in some walnuts to add crunch to this moist cake.
The buttercream is full of tangy lemon flavor that’s surprising but so welcome.
Show off a little this Thanksgiving and make this vegan carrot cake.
14. Vegan Brownies
Brownies are a classic dessert. This vegan recipe stops at nothing to compare to any other rich and fudgy brownie.
These brownies are rich and gooey on the inside. And don’t forget about that crispy outside you know and love.
The only difference? These are made without butter or dairy and they’re just as tasty.
15. Vegan Trifle
This colorful vegan trifle is a beloved British classic.
It starts with layers of fluffy sponge cake and a fresh berry compote.
Then, it’s smothered with vegan custard and vegan whipped cream.
Top it all off with more fresh fruit and you’re ready to serve. This will be the star of the show this Thanksgiving.
Vanilla cupcakes are classic, sweet, and easy to love.
These cakes are incredibly light and fluffy.
However, after a meal full of flavorful food, your palate might crave something simple.
Despite the vanilla flavors, these vegan cupcakes are insanely good. Do not skip out on this recipe.
Cinnamon rolls are always my ideal holiday breakfast. If you’re looking for a treat to enjoy any time of day, these are heavenly.
Soft and filled with cinnamon flavor, these rolls are delicious. Plus, they’re super gooey on the inside.
They’ll surely satisfy your cinnamon roll craving.
Cover them in a layer of rich and creamy frosting for an unbelievably good treat.
These peanut butter cookie bars are so unique and spectacular.
They start with a soft layer of peanut butter chocolate chip cookies.
Then, they’re topped with a fudgy and flavorful cacao-date-walnut layer.
These are seriously to die for. You have to try them for yourself.
You can never go wrong with chocolate cake. Trust me on this one.
Made without dairy or eggs, this chocolate cake is still absolutely delicious.
The moist and fudgy texture is like nothing else.
You’ve never had a chocolate cake like this. And I know what you’re thinking, you don’t want to share this one.
But it’s okay, double the recipe and keep one all to yourself.
The ultimate chocolate chip cookie recipe is always up for debate. These cookies are high on my list of dairy-free desserts.
If you prefer sticking to the familiar and favorite chocolate chip cookies, try this recipe.
They’re chewy and crispy, and a tried-and-true classic.
Whether you make these for Thanksgiving or not, you’ll want to save this recipe.
Snickerdoodle cookies are like magical little treats.
They’re coated in a crispy cinnamon-sugar outside that can’t be topped.
You will instantly fall in love with how soft and crave-worthy these cookies are.
The sweet and spiced cinnamon flavor is so yummy.
I guarantee you’ll make a return (or two) to the dessert table.
I always make an insane amount of cranberry sauce each year.
Finding ways to use the leftovers is fun but this recipe may be my favorite.
You’ll be blown away by how tasty these sticky buns are.
The tart cranberry flavor and floral orange will have you coming back for more.
Red velvet is a favorite among so many. This vegan version is fluffy, incredibly moist, and so delicious.
Top this sweet red cake with a tart lemony buttercream. Each bite is just as pleasing as the last.
The striking color of this beloved cake is impressive.
Not only is this an ideal cake for Thanksgiving, but you can make it all year long.
Want to fool everybody into thinking you’re suddenly a trained pastry chef? This vegan chocolate mousse will do the trick.
Dig into this insanely silky chocolate dessert for the perfect end-of-the-night treat.
This dessert only takes a few minutes, and even dairy-eating family members will love it.
A blondie is like a brownie’s fun cousin.
These decadent squares are packed with chocolate chips and have the most wonderful texture.
These treats are ultra gooey, and I have a feeling you’ll have more than just one.
Whenever I make blondies for parties, I always get asked for the recipe.
Keep these blondies in mind for every occasion.
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