Everyone around the Thanksgiving table will love these beautiful vegan pumpkin brownies with their fall leaves swirl! They are moist, fudgy, completely grain-free, and made with everyday ingredients. A crowd-pleasing and healthy seasonal treat!
Even if this tasty vegan pumpkin cheesecake may look very fancy (which it does), it actually requires no more than 10 minutes of hands-on preparation.
It’s very dense and nourishing, making it a perfectly healthy treat during the holidays! Since the recipe is fully plant-based, dairy-free and gluten-free, you’ll probably make every guest happy serving it.
For a little twist on the standard pumpkin pies, we thought we should share these gorgeous parfaits. They are made of only 10 ingredients which include pumpkin butter, coconut whipped cream, cinnamon-maple granola and pecans!
If you’re short on time, just use store-bought granola and get these beautiful treats on the table anyway.
Having guests over? Make this delectable chocolate mousse cake with a cookie-layer crust. It's a healthier Thanksgiving dessert as it is high in protein, sweetened with dates, and made from wholesome (surprising!) ingredients.
This homemade vegan pumpkin pie is the perfect classic holiday dessert! Fresh pumpkins are roasted to make the creamy pumpkin filling, then wrapped in a perfectly flaky, homemade and gluten-free pie crust. It's the ultimate comfort food!
Loaded with sweet cinnamon spiced apples and wrapped in a flaky homemade crust, this apple galette is a wonderful fall-inspired dessert. It’s finished off with a decadent peanut butter caramel sauce and best served with vegan ice cream on top!
Scented with orange and toasted walnuts, this vegan cranberry cake is just the right balance of sweet and tart. With a light and tender crumb and beautiful decoration, this recipe is such a festive and delicious Thanksgiving dessert!
How do vegan caramel cupcakes stuffed with gooey pecan pie filling and topped with caramel meringue buttercream sound to you? If that’s a yes, grab your baking gear and prepare this gorgeous treat for the whole family within an hour.
Celebrate delicious fall produce with this fluffy, light, and moist vegan pear cake. It’s the perfect vegan Thanksgiving dessert for beginners and looks simply gorgeous. Enjoy delicious hints of maple, cinnamon, and lemon in this recipe!
Only 8 ingredients are needed for these beautiful and Thanksgiving-approved cranberry orange pinwheel cookies! They feature swirls of fresh cranberry filling and make for a unique and delicious holiday dessert.
Soft, moist, and wonderfully spiced, this vegan gingerbread loaf is a must-try over the holidays! It tastes just like the Starbucks version but is made from healthier ingredients and vegan-friendly. Only 10 minutes of prep time!
This classic fall recipe is a must during the holidays! Made with apples, banana and warming spices, the filling is warm, soft and gooey – and not at all overpowered by the delicious gluten-free crunchy oat topping.
These little creamy and fluffy balls full of delicious fall flavor only require 6 ingredients and are made in 20 minutes.
Naturally gluten-free and sugar-free, they are a healthy yet really satisfying treat after a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. These chocolate truffles are best stored in the fridge or freezer before serving.
We’re taking pumpkin cakes to the next level with this rich pecan praline version! It’s an incredibly aromatic Thanksgiving dessert that just oozes with deliciousness.
The texture on the bottom of the cake with the pecans peeking through is just too beautiful not to show off — so the cake is flipped upside down! It’s also gluten-free and relatively low in added sugar.
In the spirit of all the orange foods, we had to feature this genius yet simple dessert option. You could also serve these glazed pecan sweet potato rounds as a Thanksgiving side dish, but we thought why not have them as a treat after the main occasion?
The oil-free roasted sweet potatoes offer a creamy center that goes along perfectly with the crunchy pecan topping.
If you'd like to stay on the fruity side for dessert, you can make these little red candies. Not only are they both sweet and tart, but they are also so easy to make – and add some sparkling fun to the holiday table.
The cinnamon and anise-infused syrup definitely adds to the festive experience!
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.