Vegan Christmas Dessert – 2 ingredients
Delicious and healthy desserts at Christmas don’t always have to be complicated. This great vegan Christmas dessert is prepared in 2 minutes and can be turned into great creations after it has been refrigerated.
0hrs 5 mins
Vegan Christmas dessert
By: Gian Sibilia
All we really need for this great vegan Christmas dessert is cocoa powder and a ripe persimmon. Simply cut the persimmon into small pieces and add the cocoa powder.
For all people who do not have a high-performance mixer at home, add plant-based milk as required until the mixer starts his job.
- 1 kaki (persimmon)
- 20g cocoa powder
The vegan dessert is also suitable as breakfast. For this you can serve the dish with granola and berries. You can put the dish in a really cool and unique way. If you want it even more Christmassy, you can add a teaspoon of gingerbread spice or, for all protein lovers, you can also add hazelnut protein powder. There are no limits to your imagination 😉
Nutrition values for this vegan Christmas dessert.
Have you ever had a sugar-free and gluten-free dessert for Christmas? In terms of nutritional values, this dish is perfect and a great combination in terms of taste.
- protein 4% 4%
- carbs 9% 9%
- Fats 6% 6%
- calories 6% 6%
I use the following numbers for the calculation:
2200 kcal, 100g protein, 300g carbs, 70g fats per day.
Cut the kaki into small pieces.
Add cocoa powder to your blender and mix until creamy. (Add a splash of milk if the mixer is not strong enough)
Add gingerbread spices if desired.
Transfer into 2 jars and refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
Once done, serve with granola, berries or gingerbread cookies.
Enjoy Christmas 🙂
Vegan Christmas Dessert
- food processor
- 1 kaki
- 20 g cocoa powder
- 1 tsp gingerbread spices (optional)
- 20 g granola
- 20 g berries
- Add kaki and cocoa powder and optional gingerbread spice to a blender
- Mix until creamy. (Add milk when the mixer is not strong enough)
- Transfer into two jars.
- Refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
- Garnish with granola and berries.
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