Vegan Chocolate Cake

Tasty vegan dessert recipe – Vegan Chocolate Cake without baking. You can make it in several minutes and then enjoy the most delicious chocolate dessert ever! 

Vegan Chocolate Cake

This Vegan Chocolate Cake have strong & rich chocolate flavor and incredible smooth silky texture. It feels like it melts in your mouth. Such dessert you can serve with various chilling and refreshing drinks in hot day or enjoy it with cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee.

Vegan Chocolate Cake

The key thing in this recipe is to choose proper ingredients. For example, I highly recommend you to buy high quality dark chocolate to achieve that delicate flavor. Also, choosing right type of coconut milk is important too. You should use only thick coconut milk, not the light one, because its texture is not creamy enough. 

vegan chocolate cake piece

You can decorate this chocolate cake as you wish: I prefer to use some chopped nuts to add some crunchiness and dust it with cocoa powder to balance out the flavor, but you can use anything you want. For example, you could sprinkle it with some shredded chocolate or sugar sprinkles, or use various fruits and berries as decoration.

Nutella Chocolate Mousse Cake

Here is the recipe of stunning Nutella Chocolate Mousse Cake with fresh figs, blueberries and roses.

The texture of this cake is really amazing. It’s moist, tender, with rich chocolate taste and pinch of coffee (because we added the extract). The final touch was chocolate ganache which raised up the dessert flavour to the highest level.

No gelatine is required. All you need is patience. 


The Full Recipe of Nutella Chocolate Mousse Cake

Red Moon Chocolate Mousse Cake with Mirrror glaze

One of the best desserts in the world is mousse cake. And it’s even better when it chocolate mousse cake. Red Moon mousse cake is super delicious, with rich chocolate taste, smooth texture and nice red mirror glaze. The finishing touch was added by caramelized peanuts.

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