If you’re looking for vegan desserts for a crowd, check out this post! It contains 30 recipes that are perfect for sharing, with everything from traybake cakes and trifles to cheesecakes and brownies.
If you have a birthday party, potluck or any other special occasion coming up, you’ll probably need some dessert. And when it comes to vegan desserts, you don’t need to limit yourself to fruit salads!
I’ve put together this post with 30 of my favourite desserts for you to make when you need to feed a crowd. It includes something for everyone, whether that’s a quick and easy sponge cake or a rich and creamy no-bake cheesecake.
The best easy vegan desserts for a crowd
I have split this post into categories so that you can quickly scroll to the recipes you’re most interested in. The categories are: Cakes & puddings, cheesecakes, no bake desserts, biscuits & cookies, brownies, flapjacks, and pies & tarts.
I hope you enjoy the recipes. If you make any of these desserts at home, make sure to leave me a comment to let me know how it goes. Happy baking! xo
Cakes & Puddings
First, we’ll start with the cakes and puddings because I have the most recipes for this category. The recipes below include traybake cakes, layer cakes, trifle and cinnamon rolls.
Vanilla tray cake
Light and fluffy vanilla cake topped with a simple icing and vegan rainbow sprinkles. This tastes just as good as the retro school cake that everyone knows and loves!
This strawberry trifle is one of the best vegan desserts for a crowd because it can serve 12 people or more, depending on the portion size. It's made from layers of homemade vanilla cake, strawberry jam, fresh strawberries, vegan custard and dairy-free whipped cream.
This fluffy chocolate traybake is topped with dairy-free chocolate buttercream and chocolate buttons. This is popular for children's parties but can be made for any occasion where you need to feed a crowd!
This no-bake cheesecake tastes next to no effort. It's a simple no-bake vanilla cheesecake with fresh strawberry pieces inside, and a Digestive biscuit base. Add more fresh strawberries and strawberry jam for a sweet, sticky topping.
If you don't know what tiffin is- get to know! It's a Scottish dessert that is bit similar to rocky road except it doesn't use marshmallows. Traditionally, tiffin contains raisins but this Oreo version uses chocolate chunks instead.
Who doesn’t love a good brownie?! Here are three delicious recipes to choose from:
These brownies are SUPER fudgy, chewy and decadent. They even have the classic shiny, papery crust on top! These are also a great dessert to make ahead of time because they taste even better after being in the fridge for a day or two.
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