International vegan treats recipes for you today.
International vegan treats recipes include a Hummingbird Cake for our friends in Australia, a Raw Strawberry Cheesecake from Germany, a Creamy Fruit Salad and strawberry roll-ups by Indu’s International Kitchen and the no-bake Mango Cheesecake from India.
What a joy to have such a variety of international vegan treats recipes. The Hummingbird cake recipe sounds delicious; made with Pineapple, Coconut, Walnuts, and more, a must-try and a real treat for the weekend coffee table. The Raw Strawberry Cheesecake is a recipe by a fan from Germany.
Now is the right time for this, and you can have fresh, locally grown strawberries to prepare this cake. Strawberries have many benefits, especially when eaten fresh-picked from a local farm and raw.
The third of the international vegan treats recipes is a creamy fruit salad. Made with dried and fresh fruits of your choice, something to have as a dessert during the week, a real treat. And a Strawberry Almond butter roll-up. From India comes the raw Mango Cheesecake, another delight.
Read about the Mangos here>3 Health & Beauty Benefits of Mango
Try these international vegan treats recipes and enjoy diversity.
Thanks to our friends.
5 Must-Try Delicious International Vegan Treats Recipes
This is by far my absolute favourite cake. I think it’s the pineapple And I love pineapple in cake. (I also love it in burgers, fried rice and on pizzas – I mean, how could you not like pineapple on pizza!?) I’m so glad I came up with this scrumptious Vegan Hummingbird Cake recipe.
I’m sitting on our terrace, writing this article and enjoying the warm sunshine.
While I’m engrossed in my work, a bird has considered leaving his “luck” on my keyboard.
I call this pure nature.
I guess a lot of people would have been upset about it, but as a positive-thinking person, I’m looking forward to my luck :).
Actually, I wanted to write something about our recipe today.
So, let’s go.
A summer without strawberries is like a strawberry pie without strawberries.
Therefore, we want to start the strawberry season with a fresh and fruity raw pie.
Anyone who follows us could already find out that we admire raw cakes.
I think it’s a breakthrough invention and send my kudos to the pioneers of the sweet raw gourmet food.
With the right tools, raw food cakes are very easy to prepare.
Being completely dairy free and sugar free, I do miss some of my favorite desserts from before. Creamy fruit salad was one of my faves. Hence I had to come up with a vegan version.! And actually it wasn’t too hard. I have been making this vegan ‘milk’ shake with dates and nuts which is so creamy and yummy. This past week I decided to add dried figs to it too which gave it extra sweetness and flavor. And made it extra healthy too! It was so creamy and delicious that I decided to chill half of it and then later created this yummy fruit salad adding chopped apples, grapes and papaya. Fruit salad yummy yummy. View original post
I am finally on a much-needed sabbatical from work. Especially with the last two years being as crazy as they have been with my high paced work schedule and with my RA setting in last year. So I am taking a 3-month break from work to do the 3 Rs -rest, relax and rejuvenate And also so I can focus 100% on following my naturopathic plan and heal my body. Read more here Almond Butter Strawberry Sandwich Roll-Ups
I think cheesecakes are amazing, I really do. It’s just that I can rarely eat a whole slice without wanting to take a nap in between. Plus, all the guilt.
So when I tried a raw, vegan, frozen cake at Cafe Zest, I decided a dessert of this sort had to be made at home. A sort of lightened up cheesecake. Fruity, refreshing, and so, so healthy. Minus all the sleep-inducing goodness of milk, cream cheese, eggs and sugar, and still phenomenal enough to take seconds, maybe thirds of.
Of course, mangoes had to be involved somehow. Recipe here
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