This is some of the easiest vegan holiday baking you’ll do. Vegan Christmas treats fit for decoration, leftovers (maybe), and kitchen fun with the family!
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Vegan Christmas Cookies
All the cookies, bark, and fudge recipes for Christmas parties you could want! 12 days of them to be exact…which gives you enough time for trial and error, adaptions and additions, and a chance to bake with love.
In this list of vegan Christmas treats, you’ll find healthy desserts that also taste amazing. I think that suits everyone, doesn’t it? From danish butter cookies to candy cane bark, try some out!
12 Vegan Christmas Treats
Gather the crowd, the treats are coming!
Vegan Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
Crinkle cookies are ironically wholesome. They are SUPER chocolatey with the soft-but-not-too-soft texture and only take 10-12 minutes to bake!
Vegan Gingerbread Cookies
Classic gingerbreads with a vegan Christmas treat twist. This recipe uses vegan butter, such as Earth Balance. One of the best parts of these cookies is the decorations on them!
Vegan Danish Butter Cookies
If you're a bit more traditional and prefer a neutral taste, then these are the vegan Christmas cookie for you. The fun part is you can always add toppings or use a cookie-cutter for shapes.
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Jam filled pastry cookies are not only cute but will be highly desirable at the dessert table.
Make sure to prep the flour 30 minutes in advance so it can refrigerate!
Easy Vegan Peppermint Bark
I know people whose favorite vegan Christmas treat is peppermint bark, and this recipe is one of the best! Just note to make it in advance of an event since it has to set in the freezer for 1-2 hours.
The Best Vegan Sugar Cookies
More opportunities for decorations! Nora created sugar cookies that are soft, steady during decorating, and even includes an easy icing recipe. You can make these too!
Vegan Candy Cane Fudge
Joann from Woman in Real Life makes this vegan Christmas treat look easy. And it sort of is...just combine the ingredients, boil it, pour into a pan and sprinkle peppermint bits on top, then stick it in the fridge. Voila!
Homemade Thin Mints
Thin Mints was one of my favorite treats because it was refreshing and gave me just enough for my sweet tooth. Luckily for these vegan Christmas treats, they only have 6 grams of sugar and just over 100 calories per cookie. A good option for seconds, in my opinion.
Vegan Viennese Whirls
An option for some creativity, vegan Viennese whirls are shortbread biscuits with vegan buttercream and raspberry jam, but you can put in whatever center you like. With 4.5 out of 5 stars, it's worth a try.
Vegan Sugar Cookies (Soft & No Chill)
One of the cool things about these sugar cookies is that there is no required chilling, and the baker actually used ground flax to add a nutty flavor to them.
Vegan Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Peppermint
Not only truly delicious but these vegan Christmas treats are allergy-free including gluten and egg! They're fudgy with a fresh peppermint swirl into chocolate. Pretty dreamy if you ask me.
Vegan Eggnog Truffles�
Who says you have to drink eggnog? This recipe makes 12 eatable eggnog truffles made with raw coconut butter, cashew butter, and rum. I hope the adults enjoy this as much as I do!
More Vegan Recipes
- 15 Healthy Vegan Soup Recipes
- 15 Easy Crockpot Recipes
- Tropical Yogurt Cantaloupe Bowl
- Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte
Be sure to pin to Pinterest so you can find it again later!
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