Becoming a vegetarian

30 Recipes for Vegan Holiday Cookies, Candy and Treats


People have a preconceived notion about vegan baking that just isn’t true — they assume that without the eggs and dairy, vegan treats just don’t stand up to the original. That’s really not the case, though. Even though I’m not strictly vegan, I almost always bake without eggs and milk because I don’t keep them on hand and I’ve found that my flax-and-coconut-milk versions of recipes aren’t lacking in anything — and most people never realize they’re eating vegan doughnuts or quick breads.

I’ve gathered 30 recipes for vegan holiday cookies, candy and other sweet treats below. If you've a favourite cookie recipe, it’s very likely that you can veganize it yourself! Fork and Beans has a great guide on vegan egg substitutes and the Frosted Vegan does a fantastic job outlining the steps of veganizing a non-vegan cookie recipe on her blog.

Happy baking!

Cookies

Vegan Jam Thumbprints [With Food + Love]
Vegan Chocolate Almond Cookies [Two Peas and Their Pod]
Chocolate-Dipped Rosemary Shortbread Cookies [My Darling Vegan]
Almond Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies [Two Peas and Their Pod]
Hot Cocoa Snickerdoodles [Liv Life Too]
Vegan Eggnog Sugar Cookies [A Dash of Soul]
Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies [My Darling Vegan]
Soft Chewy Molasses Cookies [Faring Well]

Candy and Chocolates

Faux-rango Mints
Homemade Twix Cookie Bars [Spabettie]
Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls [Tasting Page]
Vegan Andes Mints [Fork and Beans]
Easy Microwave Peanut Brittle [The View from Great Island]
Peanut Butter and Pretzel Cups [Hola Jalapeño]
Vegan Ginger Chocolate Truffles [Delish Knowledge]

Fudge

Crazy Delicious Vegan Chocolate Fudge
Almond Pistachio Cranberry Fudge [Swoon Food]
Cookie Dough Fudge [With Love and Cupcakes]
Toffee Fudge [The Vegan 8]
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Fudge [My Darling Vegan]
Candy Cane and Marshmallow Peppermint Fudge [The Glowing Fridge]
5-Ingredient Red Velvet Fudge [Blissful Basil]

Other Sweets and Treats

Vegan Gingerbread Pear Bundt Cake
Baked Vegan Eggnog Doughnuts [The Fig Tree]
Chocolate Mint Brownies [80twenty]
Gingerbread Chickpea Blondies [Hummusapien]
Vegan Candy Cane Ice Cream [Edible Perspective]
Banana Coconut Vegan Nog [Hello Natural]
Old-Fashioned Gingerbread with Cream Cheese Frosting [The Veg Life]
Cranberry Bars [My Purple Spoon]

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30 Recipes for Vegan Holiday Cookies, Candy and Treats

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