Winter is just around the corner, so what better way to bring in the season than with some snow-covered treats? Besides being aesthetically pleasing, these desserts are also simple to make and delicious! So grab some hot chocolate, gather around the fire with your family, and enjoy these vegan wintertime goodies!
1. Easy Melted Snowman Cookies
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2. Snow Covered Brownies
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Glazed with icy frosting and topped with crunchy sprinkles, these Snow Covered Brownies by Kristina Humphreys are perfect to bake for the holidays or any occasion. The brownie base is gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and made with natural ingredients. The layer of frosting is super simple and adds an extra touch of sweetness to this rich and chocolatey recipe.
3. Peanut Butter Coffee Snowball Cookies
Filled with peanut butter and coffee, these Peanut Butter Coffee Snowball Cookies by Jessica Bose are such a delicious treat! They are great for dessert or even breakfast when you wake up with a sweet tooth.
4. 3-Ingredient Snowman Cookies
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These delicious 3-Ingredient Snowman Cookies by Holly Jade taste like shortbread with icing. Perfect for the festive season. These cookies are simple to make, taste delicious and look so cute decorated with colorful, homemade vegan royal icing.
5. Cinnamon Nut Snow Crystals
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These Cinnamon Nut Snow Crystals by Petra Vogel are made from just ground nuts, no flour at all! Instead, ground almonds or hazelnuts are combined with cashews, cinnamon, and sweetener, poured into snowflake-shaped molds, and then frozen. The result is a frozen treat that looks gorgeous and crumbles just like snow — perfect for the special snowflakes in your life.
6. Coconut Almond Snowballs
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Coconut fans are in for a real treat with this dessert right here! Coated with coconut flakes, these Coconut Almond Snowballs by Ashley Smyczek are fantastic and will satisfy that sweet tooth craving marvelously!
7. Snowman Macarons
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These macarons are adorable snowmen with a filling of orange buttercream, decorated with vegan royal icing, YUM! These Snowman Macarons by Holly Jade are the perfect edible festive gift for a special occasion.
8. Pretzel Stick Snowmen
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9. Pistachio and Matcha Snowballs
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These sweet and nutty Pistachio and Matcha Snowballs by Azucena Noriega have no artificial color, it’s the healthy and natural matcha powder that makes the beautiful green color. The texture is made to feel like a snowball, but the taste is nothing like it at all.
10. Coconut Snowballs With Macadamia Core
These adorable Coconut Snowballs With Macadamia Core by True Foods Blog are the ideal festive wintery treat. They do not hold back on coconut flour! The snowballs only require 7 ingredients and are grain-free and refined sugar-free.
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