If you’re looking for a delicious vegan Father’s Day dessert to whip up this June, look no further- this post will help you out. It contains 25 recipes to choose from, with something to suit every dad’s tastebuds.
Father’s Day lands on the 18th of June this year, which is a Sunday like always. It’s a bit of a way away right now but since I recently made a vegan Mother’s Day dessert recipes post, I thought it was only fair to make one for Father’s Day too!
Dads can be difficult to think of gifts for so if in doubt, give him something he can eat! I’ve chosen 25 of my favourite dessert recipes that I think dads will love. Whether your dad likes decadent desserts such as brownies or prefers something lighter like cheesecakes, you’ll find the perfect recipe in this post.
I hope you enjoy the recipes and if you make any of them at home, please leave a comment to let me know how it goes. I love hearing from you! Make sure to check out my Father’s Day brunch recipes too.
The best vegan Father’s Day dessert recipes
I’ve divided the recipes up into categories so you can easily find what you’re looking for. The categories are: Cakes & tarts, brownies, cheesecakes, bars and bites, and cookies & biscuits. Let’s get into it!
Cakes & Tarts
First, we’re starting with the vegan cakes and tarts. All of the recipes included here are easy to make but sure to impress dad!
This banana cake is similar to banana bread but with a lighter, fluffier texture. It's topped with dairy-free cream cheese frosting for an extra touch of decadence.
Lemon drizzle cake is one of the most popular cake flavours in the UK so I'm going to assume that most dads will love this! It's baked into a loaf cake, topped with a lemon sugar drizzle and a zesty lemon icing.
Next are the cheesecakes. All three of the recipes below are no-bake and you don’t need any cashews to make them. They’re ultra creamy cheesecakes that taste just like the traditional version. Cheesecake is one of my favourite vegan Father’s Day desserts!
White Chocolate Cheesecake
This cheesecake has a fiery gingernut biscuit base and a decadent, rich and creamy white chocolate filling. It's an easy, no-bake recipe that even beginners will be able to make.
If you don't know what tablet is, get to know! It's a Scottish confectionary that is sort of similar to fudge but it has a grainy texture and it melts in your mouth. This recipe can be made without dairy or condensed milk.
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