I’m going to be honest. I am anything but vegan. I am a heartless consumer of meat, dairy, and eggs, and I find it hard to imagine living otherwise. But the world these days is riddled with vegan this and vegan that, and it makes a gal wonder – what if? What if it were easy, tasted fabulous, and could be smoothly incorporated into a non-vegan kitchen? What if you could still have all of your favorite goodies and desserts without sacrificing the flavors you love?

The answer is you can.

These top spectacular vegan desserts from my tempting table will cover your cravings from A-Z.

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This is pretty much what you get if you blend about 250 g mixed frozen berries and 1 frozen banana, Add your favourite toppings and you are in for a real treat

Source: @mytemptingtable

APPLE CINNAMON ROLLS WITH CARAMEL SAUCE (all vegan) Happy Sunday!

APPLE CINNAMON ROLLS WITH CARAMEL SAUCE (this recipe makes around 10 rolls) . For the dough: ♡ 240 ml plant-based milk (warm) ♡ 65 g melted vegan butter ♡ 25 g raw cane sugar ♡ 7 g dried yeast ♡ 2 + 1/2 cups all purpose flour (+ an additional 1/4 cup) ♡ 1/4 tsp salt . In a large bowl add the warm milk (warm, not hot!), sugar, melted butter and yeast. Let them sit for 1 minute, then add in 2+1/2 cups flour and the salt and mix everything with a spatula. Cover the dough with some foil and let it rise in a warm place for 1 hour. . For the filling: ♡ 50 g room temperature vegan butter ♡ 5 medium apples ♡ 120 g raw cane sugar ♡ 2 tbsp cornstarch ♡ 1/2 tbsp cinnamon ♡ 1 tsp vanilla extract . Grate the apples and squeeze them to remove the excess liquid. Mix them with the sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon and vanilla extract. . To assemble the rolls: Preheat oven at 180°C. After the hour has passed, uncover the dough, add over the remaining 1/4 cup of flour and incorporate it gently with a spatula. Transfer the dough on a floured surface and knead it for 1 minute, until it doesn't stick anymore. Roll it our in a rectangular thin sheet (2-3 mm). Add over the soft vegan butter and spread it over the whole wheet. Add the apple filling on top of the butter making sure you spread it evenly around the dough (leave around 2 cm of dough untouched at one end of the rectangle). Roll the dough as tight as you can, cut the dough into 10 pieces and place the rolls in a pan that's been greased with vegan butter. Cover the pan and let the rolls raise for 30 minutes then bake them for 45-60 minutes, until they become golden brown. For the sauce 200g raw cane sugar 85 g vegan butter 120 ml coconut cream 1tsp vanilla extract In a small pot add the sugar and place it on low heat keeping an eye on it until the sugar melts, once it melts turn off the heat add the butter and stir. Then Turn back the heat on low heat and add the coconut milk then Add in the vanilla extract and whisk, let it cool.

Source: @mytemptingtable

It's just 2 large frozen mangoes blended with 1 teaspoon of @unicornsuperfoods Tropicana blend and topped with figs, some mango flavoured coconut chips and a few quinoa puffs .

If you are looking for a banana substitute for your nicecream base, mango is the best option

Source: @mytemptingtable

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