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This refreshing, vegan 4th of July dessert with a strawberry brownie-like base, a blueberry filling and a pudding coconut cream and decorative strawberries and blueberries, is not just delicious on hot summer days. This vegan dessert, which is prepared quickly, will be enjoyed by your guests at the next 4th of July party, barbecue, birthdays, brunch or other festivities. Vegan | whole foods | vegetarian | sugar-free | oil-free | whole grain
Even with a whole grain dough, this vegan 4th of July dessert is juicy
If you look below, you’ll see that I put strawberries and dates into the dough of the vegan strawberry blueberry dessert. With these two fruit purees, the base becomes juicy like a brownie, but full of healthy ingredients. As an oil or butter substitute I chose almond butter here, but you can also take another nut butter or seed butter.
Vegan strawberry blueberry dessert also tastes great for the next tea or coffee time
Try this refreshing, vegan strawberry blueberry dessert (4th of July Dessert) for the next coffee time. It is customary for my family to meet for coffee and cake in the afternoons especially on Fridays, and this cake-like dessert with strawberries, blueberry compote and a pudding-coconut cream will please anyone who has a sweet tooth. With the natural sweetness of dates and strawberries and the refreshing taste of coconut cream, this vegan dessert is perfect for hot summer days. I created this recipe for Independence Day, which is celebrated big in the states. Therefore, you see in the photos the American flag layered with blueberries and strawberries. Of course, here you can randomly distribute the fruit on the dessert for any other day.
This Vegan Strawberry Blueberry Dessert is:
- Quick cooked
- A must for all berry lovers
- Naturally sweetened
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