Who Says Vegans Can't Eat Cake? - Coconut Whisk

Who Says Vegans Can't Eat Cake?

Some people have the notion that vegans only eat bland and tasteless vegetables and salads every day. Some think that a plant-based diet consists of a monotonous and narrow assortment of foods. But this is simply untrue! Yes, vegans shun all animal-based products not just in their diets, but also in their lifestyles. But that doesn't mean as a vegan, you can't enjoy delicious food. Every food, meal, or treat that we love can be made vegan, even vegan chocolate chip cookies and cakes.

Have your (vegan) cake and eat it too

Vegans only eat plant-based foods. Unlike vegetarians, vegans exclude all products that are derived from animals, including bee’s honey, chicken’s egg, and cow’s milk. Veganism is a commitment to avoiding animal products as far as practically possible, so a reevaluation of who we eat at mealtimes is necessary. However, this change to your lifestyle isn’t as difficult as it may seem as first: it’s actually an opportunity to revolutionize the way we eat and view food.

What most people are unaware of is that most foods have vegan versions — and they are just as good. For example, if you're a chocolate lover, you can still satisfy your cravings with decadent dark chocolate or a plate of guilt-free vegan chocolate chip cookies. So, whoever thinks that vegan foods are bland are sadly mistaken.

Vegan treats and sweets on Coconut Whisk

vegan chocolate chip cookie

As a vegan, your food choices are not limited to salads and vegetable stir-fries. There are so many easy-to-make, yummy vegan recipes. Just take a look at Pinterest, Instagram, and the endless vegan cooking blogs like Coconut Whisk for inspiration. Baking vegan snacks is also easier now that there are ready-made vegan baking mixes available in grocery stores, such as vegan cookies and pancake mixes.  

Here are just some of the guilt-free sweet treats you can get from Coconut Whisk.

  • Vegan 1-minute chocolate mug cake. This sweet treat is not just delicious. It's also a rich source of protein, especially with ingredients like brown rice and chickpea flour.
  • Vegan chocolate chip cookie mix. This vegan and gluten-free chocolate chip cookie mix will give you the best batch of vegan chocolate chip cookies you've ever tasted — crispy on the outside while soft and chewy on the inside. If you didn't know it's vegan, you'll never be the wiser.
  • Vegan pancake mix. We all love a good pancake mix because they are yummy and so easy to make. The same is true with vegan pancake mixes. And with a good pancake mix in your pantry, you'll never need to go to a restaurant for your pancake fix.
  • Vegan Snickerdoodle cookie mix. Snickerdoodle cookies, an all-time favorite of many, can also be made vegan. Is this one your favorite?

To make your sweet treat extra special, you can add in some vegan chocolate chips to your vegan cookie or pancake batter.

Making your own vegan baking recipes at home

You don’t have to rely on your local bakery for your cookie fix (even though all-vegan bakeries are popping up all over the world1). You can choose to cook or bake your own delicious foods thanks to Coconut Whisk. Fortunately, there are now many ready vegan baking mixes that you can use to whip up something yummy in a flash like a vegan mug cake.

If you're looking for more vegan baking recipes that you can do at home, vegan and gluten-free chocolate banana bread is quite easy to make. You only need two mashed medium bananas, one-fourth teaspoon of cinnamon, one packet of Coconut Whisk Vegan Chocolate Muffin Mix, one cup of plant-based milk, and one-third cup of chocolate chips. You can check here for the complete recipe.

There are many reasons why people go vegan. Some for their health, the environment, or the animals. Did you know that veganism can help end world hunger? Redistributing crops across human populations that badly need them, and slowing the effects of climate change both help feed hungry humans. So, the more people who follow a vegan diet, the more we are able to feed the world. But aside from going vegan, there are also other ways you can help the world like donating to a world hunger charity that is fronting these efforts.

And to further show your commitment to saving the Earth, you can use reusable grocery bags like Coconuts Whisk's vegan essentials tote bag to help lessen the need for single-use plastics.

This article is made possible by the team of vegan marketers, who wish to show everyone that vegan alternatives can be just as good and delicious as their non-vegan counterparts. You can visit their site to learn more about how you, as a compassionate vegan business owner, can change the world for the better!

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