Dairy-Free Desserts: Sweets Without Intolerance
It can be quite the challenge to discover dairy-free desserts if you’re lactose intolerant. But it’s definitely not impossible! There are a few things you can whip up quick & easy to satisfy your sweet tooth. And yeah, they won’t pose trouble later on, once digestion starts.
Having lactose intolerance can really take the joy out of eating sometimes. You can usually find plenty of main courses to enjoy that have no dairy. But it can be more challenging when it comes to having something sweet after a meal. But we’ve got you covered. There are some dairy-free desserts you can have, even if you’re lactose intolerant. And they’re delicious and healthy to boot!
8 dairy-free desserts you can handle
This take on truffles is gluten-free vegan stuff for your sweet tooth. Make yours vegan too, with healthy black beans, cocoa powder, oat flour, and coconut butter. Sweeten them with maple syrup. Coat them in more cocoa powder and get the party started.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Most of us have heard that in our childhood, but those of you who are parents probably know that it’s not that easy to have your kid eat that many apples. So, we have in store for you a simple, but tasty apple dessert. Plus, it has a low-calorie intake so you won’t have to worry about those extra pounds.
Prepare for something special. Because how could it be otherwise when you cook raspberries, blueberries, and oat bran together? This is delicious health on a plate, so to speak. Serve hot, preferably in the morning! We suggest topping it with more berries. They are never enough, right?
Let’s use rye flour for these cookies. Add pleasantly crunchy oat flakes and grated carrots into the mixture. Spike it with ginger and make them irresistibly crunchy by bringing crumbled walnuts into the sweet game. There is, however, one risk in all this: that you prepare too few of these brittle and delicious bites.
Let’s play with sweet and sour by preparing this easy-to-make cake. The sour cherries bring freshness and a welcomed tangy touch to this sweet treat. Flavor it with some vanilla sugar and if you want it even sweeter, dust it with powdered sugar. Here’s our tip: serve this with coffee.
Chocolate and fruit never get old, right? Indulge your sweet tooth with chocolate and cocoa muffins. Upgrade the chocolate flavor with bananas, peanut butter, and almond milk. And don’t say ‘no’ to a hint of vanilla. Also, give them some texture with chewy healthy rolled oats.
Serve this mousse straight from the glass. Make it by mixing the melted chocolate with whisked egg whites and yolks. It’s a delicious no-brainer.
If you’re on a dairy-free diet, try this butternut squash pie without fear. It’s made with coconut milk, which brings extra flavor to this delicious dessert.