Healthy Desserts to make at Home! (easy vegan treats)


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This video features 5 delicious and easy to recreate vegan desserts. It’s got recipes for treats such as healthy tiramisu, breakfast carrot cakes, a single serving chocolate mug cake, a peanut butter chocolate pie.

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#1 Chocolate Coconut Pie 0:00

coconut oil for greasing the 8 inch, 20cm springform pan

for the crust:

100g dates, soaked in water (overnight or in hot boiling water for 15+min)
1 cup oat flour or small cut oats (90g)
3 tbsp cocoa powder, unsweetened
¼ tsp salt
2 tbsp flax seeds, ground or semi-ground
3 tbsp desiccated coconut
a handful of peanuts
2 tbsp peanut butter
1 tbsp maple syrup
2 tbsp non dairy milk

for the filling:

½ cup cornstarch (60g)
a generous pinch of salt
4 tbsp coconut sugar, raw sugar or regular sugar
2 ½ tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
¼ cup water (60ml)
1 tsp vanilla extract or a couple vanilla aroma drops
1 can coconut milk (400ml = 13.5oz)

optional: ⅓ cup dark chocolate chips, melted (60g)

#2 Breakfast Carrot Cakes 4:33

1 cup + 1 tbsp spelt flour (135g)
1 cup small cut oats (90g)
½ cup + ½ tbsp coconut sugar (100g)*
2 tbsp flax seeds, ground or semi ground
1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
a pinch of nutmeg
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/4 tsp dried ginger
a pinch of black pepper
½ tsp lemon zest

1 tsp vanilla
⅔ cup non dairy milk (160ml)
2 tsp apple cider vinegar
1/3 cup vegetable oil (80ml)
⅓ cup + 1 tbsp applesauce (90g)

90g or 3.17oz shredded carrot (1-2 medium size carrots)
optional add-ins: a handful of walnuts, raisins, chopped hazelnuts, chocolate chips …

bake until golden brown at the tops, for 30-35 min 180 C

yields 9 muffins exactly

*if you’d like the muffins to be a bit sweeter, add 2 extra tbsp of sugar

#3 Dark Chocolate Mug Cake 6:53

⅓ cup oat flour (33g)
a pinch of salt
½ tsp baking powder
1 ½ tbsp cocoa powder, unsweetened
1 tbsp coconut sugar or a different type of sugar*
1 tbsp olive oil**
3-4 tbsp non dairy milk***

1 tbsp of chocolate chips or 1 piece of chocolate added to the middle of the unbaked cake or some melted chocolate for the top

*i haven’t tried liquid sweeteners like maple syrup yet but I can imagine those work as well
** sub for melted coconut oil or vegan butter for a ‘lighter’ flavour – some ideas for oil versions: apple sauce, soy yogurt, mashed banana or nut butters – though I haven’t tried that yet.
***start with 3, see if you need more

#4 Healthy Trifles 8:42

for the chocolate part:

100g dates, soaked in water (overnight or in hot boiling water for 15+min)
1 cup small cut oats (90g)
2 ½ tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
¼ tsp salt
2 tbsp flax seeds, semi ground
4 tbsp ground almonds, sub w more 2 tbsp more oats
2 tbsp almond butter
3-4 tbsp non dairy milk

for the berry cherry part:

1 cup raspberries, frozen (130g)
1/2 cup cherries, frozen (65g)
1 tbsp maple syrup

for the vanilla part:

soy version:

¼ cup water (60ml) + 3 tbsp cornstarch

1 cup soy cream (250ml)
1/2 cup + 2 tbsp non dairy milk (150 ml)
a pinch of salt
2 tsp vanilla or 6-8 drops of vanilla aroma
¼ cup maple syrup (60ml)
optional: 2 tsp solid coconut oil

coconut version:

¼ cup water (60ml) + 3 tbsp cornstarch

1 can coconut milk (400ml = 13.5oz)
a pinch of salt
2 tsp vanilla or 6-8 drops of vanilla aroma
3 tbsp maple syrup

→ fill 4 dessert glasses or 6-8 little ramekins with this filling

if you’re going for the ramekins – treat them like I did the muffin cups, so adding about 2 energy balls worth of filling to the ramekin, creating a sort of mini pie crust and dragging it up the sides

you might have some of the chocolate oat mix leftover, store in the fridge and use in müsli or on top of smoothie bowls

#5 Healthy Tiramisu 11:51

1 cup cashews (150g)
1 1/2 cups + 1 tbsp plain soy yogurt (400g = 14.01 oz)
the juice of 1 lemon
1 tsp vanilla or a couple vanilla aroma drops
3-4 tbsp sweetener of choice, more to taste if needed
optional: 1 ½ tsp carob flour or similar stabiliser

¾ cup strong black coffee (180ml)
optional: adding 1-2 tbsp maple syrup to the coffee

hard dry rusk biscuits – I used 12-14 pieces of spelt zwieback

→ yields 1 smaller sized casserole dish (mine was 15×23 cm)


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  1. Anastasiia Andriichuk

    your voice is really pleasant to listen!

  2. MercifulMenace

    Mina, what's your day usually like in 2021 regarding food? Do you work out? If so, what do you usually do?

  3. Aline Pacheco

    My craving time just say thanks

  4. RYP Naturals

    Yum! We add any and all of our organic fruit and veg powders to our vegan, naturally sweetened treats 🙂

  5. Gab3 S0lan0

    You have the right idea with using ground flax seed. I can see that's what your replacement for the eggs is. Though, if you want a really fine ground powder. Ener-G egg replacer is just that, and it also has instructions on the back to mix with water for use in every day recipes that do call for eggs! 😁

  6. eleina Kelleher

    You are the only person on the Internet whose voice i crave to hear as soon as I click on the video because of how calming and neutral it is.

  7. Akiko Kimi

    I tried making the first recipe but didn't work for me, both proportions of the base and the pudding on top are not suitable for the products I use.

  8. B. M.

    you should tell about the kcal if it's really healthy

  9. Jagraj Singh

    I love cakes and when I eat it I got Digestion problem,
    But I have a solution for that its Planet Ayurveda Avipatikar churan,take 1 tsp and eat want you want..

  10. Flor


  11. Alcohol Encounters

    But… It's not treating yourself if it's healthy tho?!

  12. ashley chan

    can you please make a tiramisu recipe without cashews?? i’m allergic😔

  13. Laura Sciabarrà

    I have a suggestion for a Raffaello flavoured Porridge.
    180 ml of unsweetened plant milk
    A table spoon of Maple Syrup
    Some vanilla
    20 gr of oats flakes
    20 gr of almond flour
    20 gr of coconut flour
    Mix and boil for a couple of minutes

    Topping with some nut butter, seeds and fresh fruits! I love this recipe 🥰

  14. univer sal

    Your accent sounds flawless even though you seem to live in a German speaking country, how's that?

  15. Arpita Patil :)

    I just tried the chocolate cake but with coconut oil and OMG it was the best cake I had ever made . Thank you for the recipe 🥰

  16. Anulka C.P

    i love her recipes but i wish she could give the exact measurements.. 🙁

  17. Benjamin Hirsch

    These are great recipes, and you're a very nice person!
    For anyone interested in other healthy vegan foods, I recommend checking out Jill Dalton's work on the Whole Food Plant-Based Cooking Show (link below). She's got a wide variety of recipes to look through, and my family and I love watching her cooking shows together. One of my favorite recipes of hers is her Chocolate Turtle Cake 😋

    Her YouTube Page:

    Chocolate Turtle Cake:

    Happy Baking!

  18. Jaimie K

    Hi, the tiramisu in the about section or whatever it is called, under the video the ingredient list doesn't list cocao powder just in case you want to add it, i should've remembered but I went to the store and I forgot that
    I'm excited to try this recipe thanks for showing how to do it

  19. Back Hack

    6:53 i only like this^_^

  20. Aamrutta Kalyankar

    Your voice is soothing and the recipes are awesome 💚

  21. micky has your child

    chocolate coconut pie calories: 2,016 (with choco chips: 2,319)
    carrot cakes calories: 1,786 (198 cals per muffin)
    mug cake calories: 306 (with the choco chips)

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  23. Margo

    I am grateful i found you.

  24. Jana Strandgut

    Made the Chocolate Coconut Pie today. And he is really really tasty. And not as sweet as I expected. I'll make again for sure. 🙂


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