Wondering where all the best vegan chocolate recipes are? Wonder no more, friend…you’ve just found yourself an amazing collection of choccy champs!
This list of dairy-free chocolate recipes will turn even the staunchest non-vegan, so don’t be scared to make and share – every single one is a winner.
So, without further ado, let’s get to it!
- Vegan Chocolate and Salted Caramel Tarts
- Raw Vegan Chocolate Recipe
- Dark Chocolate Truffles
- Chocolate Lava Cake
- Vegan Hot Chocolate Three Ways
- Superfood Chocolate Bark
- Homemade Ferrero Rocher
- 4 Ingredient No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
- Vegan Triple Chocolate Zucchini Bread
- 3 Ingredient Chocolate Pots
- Vegan Black Forest Chocolate Mousse
- Raw Peanut Butter Doughnuts
- Vegan Twix Tart
- There, a veritable feast of vegan chocolate recipes!
Vegan Chocolate and Salted Caramel Tarts
Here’s a delicious dessert recipe from Ania at Lazy Cat Kitchen. These salted caramel chocolate tarts are creamy and crumbly all at once – and that happens without any dairy or butter!
Just looking at the photos is enough to drool over. I can hardly believe something so soft and so filled with chocolate and caramel can actually be completely dairy-free! Ania has done it again.
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Raw Vegan Chocolate Recipe
Now, this recipe is for making vegan chocolate itself. Not cakes. Not cookies. Not brownies. Just good old fashioned hunks of delicious chocolate. Can you tell how much I love it already?
Brought to us by Trinity at Trinity’s Conscious Kitchen, her post contains videos which show you how to make perfect vegan chocolate at home, so no excuses not to get your dairy-free chocolate fix now!
This is such a simple way to make some really great homemade vegan chocolate. You’re going to love it. Thanks Trinity!
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Dark Chocolate Truffles
Dana from the Minimalist Baker has a fantastic two ingredient dark chocolate truffle recipe to try. Yep, two ingredients…how much more minimalist do you want?
The photos in this recipe show how amazing vegan treats can be, and the end results are sure to please everyone – vegans and non-vegans alike.
Can you guess what those two ingredients are? Actually, you don’t need to. Just click here to find out!
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Chocolate Lava Cake
Anyone who’s looking for something chocolatey, moist, and delicious – but also vegan – should look here.
Luci from Made By Luci has done us proud with this delicious Chocolate Lava Cake recipe. These super spongey little cakes contain a piece of chocolate that melts when baked to create a moist, gooey center that simply dances on the tongue. Absolutely delicious.
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Vegan Hot Chocolate Three Ways
Who would have thought you could recreate a classically creamy hot chocolate without any dairy? Thankfully, Lauren of Lauren Caris Cooks did, so she tried…and she succeeded!
Her dairy-free hot chocolate is creamy goodness and purely plant-based. While there are many vegan chocolate cake recipes out there, it’s important to remember we have options for chocolatey beverages as well! This is perfect for a snowy day, or really any day at all!
Just remember to top them off with vegan marshmallows and you’re all set ?
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Superfood Chocolate Bark
Ciara from My Fussy Eater has created a delicious recipe for chocolate bark. Not only is it 100% vegan, it’s also full of superfoods, too!
Her recipe takes dark chocolate and makes it into an incredible Christmas treat by decorating it with pistachios, goji berries, and coconut.
The chocolate bark breaks like any other would, and the added ingredients give it the red, green, and white colors that are so perfect for the holidays. It looks so beautiful, it would even make a fantastic festive gift.
Homemade Ferrero Rocher
Time for another amazing entry from Ania of Lazy Cat Kitchen: this vegan, homemade Ferrero Rocher recipe.
Yes – Ferrero Rocher, as in the delectable Italian milk chocolate treat with hazelnuts…and who doesn’t love the combination of chocolate and hazelnuts?
Better yet, this version is soft, creamy, and 100% vegan! You really need to make a batch of these to find out just how incredible they are.
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4 Ingredient No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
If you’re a fan of peanut butter, you’ll be a fan of Demeter from Beaming Baker. She positively adores the stuff, and that fact shines through in this delicious recipe.
Obviously, as this is a chocolate roundup, there’s plenty of cacao-based goodness in these little bars, but it’s the combination that makes them so glorious.
Oh, and they’re also ridiculously easy to make, too! Head over to Demeter’s blog to find out just how easy now.
Vegan Triple Chocolate Zucchini Bread
This special squash bread – complete with chocolate flavors – is brought to us by Nicole at Sweet Like Cocoa.
The great thing about any zucchini bread is it presents an opportunity for using up leftover squash – but this recipe is so good you won’t want to wait for leftovers…you’ll be heading out to the market as soon as you read through Nicole’s post. It’s practically chocolate cake!
Click here to see exactly how she has combined zucchini, flax, and chocolate to make this moist and gooey loaf of goodness!
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3 Ingredient Chocolate Pots
Natalie of Feasting on Fruit has managed to make something ridiculously delicious with next to no ingredients.
These simple little chocolate pots will blow you away, and they don’t contain many of the usual suspects you’ll find in other, similar recipes.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to get your chocolate on, Natalie has the answer!
Vegan Black Forest Chocolate Mousse
Ania from Lazy Cat Kitchen brings us yet another vegan treat: a Black Forest Chocolate Mousse.
This stunning recipe includes kirsch-soaked cherries and coconut whipped cream for the top…what’s not to love there?
Cherries, chocolate, and coconut are always going to go well together, but Ania’s recipe takes these base ingredients to a whole new level. Go check out her post here.
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Raw Peanut Butter Doughnuts
These are not your regular doughnuts. Oh no. These, my friends are something altogether different…and they’re so good!
This raw peanut butter recipe is brought to us by Rachel from Rawberry Fields (love that name!). Instead of the usual flour-based dough that’s then deep-fried, this recipe is a ring of pure chocolate-covered peanut buttery goodness. Yep, you read that right!
Despite looking super professional, they are really quite easy to make…and their cute little rings pack a surprise in the center that will please any vegan peanut butter fans.
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Vegan Twix Tart
This scrumptious vegan tart is egg-free, dairy-free, and even nut-free.
Simple to make, this tart is a version of Twix bars from Aimee of Wallflower Kitchen that any vegan chocolate fan will fall in love with.
Aimee has combined flour, vegan margarine, and maple syrup to make such a flakey base you’ll think it’s full of dairy, but nope, no moo in here! If you’re a fan of the caramel and chocolate goodness found in a Twix, you’ll find these tarts amazingly delicious – and guilt-free, too!
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There, a veritable feast of vegan chocolate recipes!
If you thought being vegan meant doing without your favorite sweet treat, I hope I’ve proved you wrong.
The vast majority of these incredible vegan chocolate recipes are really easy to make, too, so I hope you’ll give them a whirl in your own kitchens.
If you have a chocolatey creation you’d like to champion, drop me a line in the comments box below. Until then, happy munching!
About The Author:
Lisa Williams is a committed vegan, passionate animal welfare advocate, and keen follower of too many v-friendly food blogs to mention. She started happyhappyvegan.com back in 2016 because she felt there was a need for more straightforward information on plant-based living.
Back then, too many sites seem to either concentrate solely on recipes or be too intimidating or inaccessible for the v-curious, and she wanted to change that. The landscape is certainly a whole lot different now!