10 Vegan Passover Desserts
Passover is known as the Jewish holiday of matzo and zero flour, and the people who celebrate it and restrict their diets during the week-long holiday don't have bread and other flour-containing foods and sweets for the duration of the holiday. (That makes cakes and cookies difficult.) A lot of gluten-free or flourless desserts work naturally as a Passover dessert option, but if you're vegan, you cannot eat eggs or dairy, which can surely complicate dessert at the end of Passover Seder. If you're struggling to find vegan Passover dessert recipes that work for your dietary restrictions, here are a couple of ideas to try at home.
Vegan Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
These cookies are made with gluten-free flour, which is acceptable during Passover. And the chocolate chips are vegan, so you can enjoy that delicious soft, chocolate chip cookie without worrying about dairy.
Gluten-Free Vegan Dark Chocolate Brownies
These rich, gooey brownies are made with vegan dark chocolate, and they don't contain flour. Pro tip? Let the bananas get soft and brown for this vegan Passover dessert, as that won't make the banana flavor as prominent.
Go for a vegan chocolate and enjoy a simple vegan Passover dessert that is naturally sweet and perfect for Passover Seder. Plus, berries are diet friendly and have antioxidants and fiber, so you'll fill up on just a few.
Amazing Healthy Dark Chocolate
Combine coconut oil; a vegan option for dark, unsweetened chocolate; and maple syrup for some sweetness, and you can have a great chocolate dessert that works for Passover Seder. Make a big batch to store in your fridge for the week after.
Vegan Raspberry Chocolate Tarts
The crust of these tarts is free of flour and uses medjool dates and walnuts instead, both of which are kosher for Passover Seder. The raspberry filling and dark chocolate are a dynamic duo that comes together nicely in a little over an hour for a simple and sweet vegan Passover dessert.
Delicious Vegan Date Fudge Balls
These date balls are naturally sweetened with fruit and are free of flour, eggs, and dairy, making them vegan and Passover Seder friendly. Make a large batch, and save for quick snacks throughout the week. It's done in just 15 minutes.
5-Ingredient Keto and Vegan Chocolate Almond Balls
These "fat bomb" balls are high in fats from the almond butter and are both vegan and free of flour, making them great for a Passover Seder dessert. The fats will fill you up so you won't need another snack after dinnertime. You can swap almonds for another nut too, like pistachios, if you like.
Dark Chocolate Almond Rocks
Two ingredients make up this oh-so-simple vegan Passover dessert. Use vegan chocolate and almonds to make these awesome "rocks," which are like a chocolate bark dessert. You can even do this over matzoh if you like
Vegan Truffles - Toasted Coconut
These truffles are free of gluten and flour, and they have a great balance of chocolate and nuttiness from the help of coconut. Make a big batch for a Passover Seder dessert, as they'll keep in the fridge for up to three days. Go with unsweetened coconut to keep sugar low.
Salted Chocolate-Peanut Butter Vegan Nice Cream
This "nice" cream is dairy-free and vegan, and it's a great option for Passover Seder. Pair a scoop of this yummy PB "ice cream" with one of the vegan truffles or a serving of almond rocks for a well-balanced dessert.