Are you a chocolate lover who needs to eat dairy-free, or serving guests with dairy-free dietary needs? These winning chocolate recipes are so indulgently sweet and delicious that you won't believe they're dairy-free — but they are!
Browse our collection of recipes for no-dairy chocolate treats that can be enjoyed year-round, from fudgey cakes and cookies to muffins and candy, There's a little something for everyone.
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Bundt cakes are perfect for busy home cooks. If this sounds like you, then this dairy-free chocolate bundt cake is an essential for your recipe box.
They're impressive desserts that go well with just about anything, from your morning coffee to your afternoon tea, and they're so easy to make. Just whip up the batter, pour it in the pan, and top it off with a delicious vegan ganache after it cools.
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Ganache is a rich, smooth, indulgent chocolate dessert topping that is typically prepared with chocolate and heavy whipping cream. This entirely lactose-free version of a classic ganache dessert topping is every bit as sweet, creamy, and delicious as its dairy counterpart, and is great for icing dairy-free cakes, cupcakes, and other sweet treats.
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Chocolate pudding is a wonderfully comforting treat that's a favorite of kids and adults alike. If you're vegan, though, it can be challenging to find grocery store pudding that's suitable for your diet. But don't worry, now you can make your own with this rich-tasting, dairy-free, egg-free chocolate pudding recipe. Yum!
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Everybody loves cheesecake, and this fantastic vegan cheesecake is so creamy and decadent tasting you may have a hard time convincing people it's dairy-free.
With a chocolately homemade crust, rich filling, and a quick and easy frosting, this is truly a special dessert recipe that's worth the effort to make.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Are you a chocolate lover who needs to avoid eating dairy? Here's a fabulous, dairy-free chocolate cake recipe that's as close to the real thing as it gets.
Enjoy rich, chocolate frosting without the guilt, and with all the great flavor you crave, in a dense chocolate cake. Make this no-dairy chocolate cake for birthday parties and potlucks. It's sure to be a crowd-pleaser!
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When you're craving something warm, rich, and comforting, this dairy-free hot chocolate recipe is the perfect thing. Warm up on cold or rainy days with a steaming mug of dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan hot chocolate.
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Do you love muffins and chocolate? Skip the line-up at your local bakery and bake up a batch of these quick and easy chocolate chip muffins, for an after-school and after-work snack, or a weekend morning treat. It's a great go-to recipe you'll make again and again.
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Rich and Creamy Vegan Chocolate Fudge
Vegan and dairy-free fudge that's just as rich and delicious as the traditional recipe? You better believe it! All you need are three ingredients to make this easy, yummy, no-dairy fudge with optional nuts for crunch.
Serve this simple fudge recipe cut into squares as a tea-time treat, or as a fun and popular party dessert.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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This genius recipe uses moist dates, finely ground nuts, and dairy-free dark chocolate chips, instead of dairy products, to give the cookies sweetness and richness.
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Chocoholics, here's your new essential frosting recipe for all your home-baked vegan cakes and cupcakes. This sweet, scrumptious, dairy-free vegan chocolate frosting recipe is sure to satisfy any chocolate craving without a bit of milk or butter. Velvety smooth and dark, it's also a beautiful decoration to make sweets look prettier. This recipe can be doubled or tripled for serving a crowd.
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Bananas and chocolate are a winning flavor combination and, as such, these vegan banana chocolate brownies are always a hit with kids and adults alike.
Whether you're on a vegan diet or going dairy-free for health reasons, these decadent tasting brownies let you enjoy your chocolate fix, without any guilt.
Bananas take the place of eggs, and soy or almond milk replaces the usual dairy ingredients, in these yummy dessert bars that make a great bake sale item. Another bonus, this recipe also stores and freezes well.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Easy to make and even easier to eat, these deliciously moist and sweet dairy-free chocolate chip blondies are the perfect dessert bar recipe for school parties and other gatherings where a variety of diets need to be accommodated. They also make a great hostess gift or a perfect potluck party dessert.
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Kids love to help make this easy recipe for delicious, always-popular chocolate cupcakes that are completely dairy-free and suitable for lactose-free diets. The combination of maple syrup, coconut milk, and cocoa in the recipe is absolutely divine. Best part is, they are both adult and kid-friendly. Yum!
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Whoopie pies are almost as fun to eat as their name is to say! Not quite a pie, not quite a cookie or cake, these fun desserts are somewhere in between. Now, with this recipe, they're both vegan-friendly and dairy-free too!
The sweet, creamy, fluffy filling is sandwiched between two chocolate cakes for a wonderful treat that's great for buffet parties or after-dinner desserts on weekends.