5 Cool Vegan Chocolate Recipes

5 Cool Vegan Chocolate Recipes

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I believe that among these 5 different tastes you’ll find at least one you’ll fall in love with. Prepared with chocolate combined with fresh juicy fruit or frozen berries or with nuts or jam, they are all delicious and smell wonderful. Since it contains exotic fruit it should be consumed on daily basis. This pudding can be used as a spread for pancakes, toast, as a topping for cookies etc. If coconut milk is not available, any other vegetable milk would suit just fine. The density is reduced by the addition of coconut milk. Recent research has shown that consummation of bananas helps in the production of the hormones serotonin and melatonin, which regulates mood and sleep, help relax your muscles and relieve stress. So,don’t hesitate to try out this delicious vitamin bomb. Meanwhile, cut the bananas into small pieces. Add the sugar and mash it with mixer until it becomes as homogeneous as possible. Then, add oil and go back to mashing. Finally, add the cocoa, milk and cinnamon and beat until it is fully homogeneous and smooth. Gradually, add the flour and yeast as you continue whisking. Put a little oil into a baking pan (you can use parchment paper to do this) and sprinkle over some flour to prevent from sticking. Pour the mixture into the pan and place it in the oven at 200 degrees for 15 minutes.Then lower the temperature to 180 degrees and leave another 15 or 20 minutes. To see if it’s ready, you can pierce it with a toothpick and if it comes out dry it’s done. While the cake is baking you can melt the chocolate. Pour water little by little until the mixture is ready to be shaped in mold for cake. If the mass is too heavy, dilute with rice milk.

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