Peppermint is the ultimate holiday flavor! Peppermint bark, peppermint hot chocolate, the list goes on and on. If you’re looking for delicious vegan peppermint recipes for your holiday party, look no further. This roundup is for you. It’s full of classic and innovative vegan peppermint recipes that everyone will love! Peppermint oil, also has health benefits, including boosting digestion and decreasing stress. Maybe the sugar cancels that out, but oh well! What’s important is that you check out these 15 tasty vegan peppermint recipes for the holidays from out Food Monster App!
1. Peppermint Hot Chocolate
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This Peppermint Hot Chocolate by Healthy Gut, Flat Stomach Drinks; Danielle Capalino is perfect during and after the holidays! Soak in all the delicious flavors and benefits of this peppermint hot chocolate without adding any sugar.
2. Peppermint Bark Ice Cream
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Are you looking for a healthier alternative for a holiday dessert? Are you hosting a gathering or want to take along a decadent treat to a party you are attending? This. Is. It. Everyone loves peppermint bark! it’s the quintessential holiday flavor! That’s why you have to try this Peppermint Bark Ice Cream by Holly Bertone!
3. Coconut Peppermint Balls
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Jesse Lane Lee‘s Coconut Peppermint Balls are the perfect winter treat. They have a delicious combination of peppermint and chocolate and are naturally sweetened. They are super easy to make and can be whipped up in 10 minutes. Store these balls in the freezer so you always have some on hand when you need a sweet treat.
4. Copycat Skinny Peppermint Mocha
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Make your own delicious latte at home with this simple Copycat Skinny Peppermint Mocha by Kat Condon! With just a few simple ingredients, this latte is dairy-free, paleo and less than 60 calories.
5. Mint Chocolate Chip Cake
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This vegan Mint Chocolate Chip Cake by Gretchen Price is everything that a cake should be: decadent, comforting, sweet, and moist. Sweet chocolate cake, layered with minty buttercream, and topped with a delicious chocolate ganache. What more could you want? Using peppermint extract instead of mint extract is the secret to getting a delicious minty flavor. Mint extract can sometimes give foods a toothpasty flavor, but peppermint has the perfect minty taste and is much easier to measure. The rich chocolate cake and ganache work so well with the fresh mint buttercream. It’s a match made in heaven. Make this vegan mint chocolate chip cake once and all of your friends will be asking you to make it for their birthday this year.
6. Homemade Chocolate Peppermint Patties
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Looking for a perfect homemade treat for gifting or making with friends and family? These super easy Homemade Chocolate Peppermint Patties by Tori Cooper are just the thing!
7. Peppermint Hot Chocolate Cookies
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The warmth of a cup of hot chocolate. The zing of a little peppermint. All in a cookie. These Peppermint Hot Chocolate Cookies by Holly Bertone puts it together with all of the flavor, but none of the sugar crash. Eat it. Dunk it. Take it to a cookie exchange. Leave it out for Santa. Just don’t call it ordinary.
8. Peppermint Bark
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There are a few variations to making peppermint bark. But it’s all pretty much the same – melt the chocolate, add mints. It is so easy to make! This Peppermint Bark by Holly Bertone is perfect for your holiday guests, hostess gifts, or all around holiday noshing.
9. Raspberry and Peppermint Coconut Butter Hearts
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To create something beautiful and delicious, often times you need only a couple of simple ingredients. These refreshing raw vegan Raspberry and Peppermint Coconut Butter Hearts by Laine Rudolfa are completely wholesome but apart from that – these candy-size coconut butter hearts make a beautiful addition to any celebration and a gift (for yourself and others).
10. Raw Peppermint Chocolate Squares
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These are raw, refreshingly cool, minty squares. Don’t bother turning on your oven in the summer heat, but whip these up for a rich treat, instead. The peppermint flavor is very subtle, but you can adjust it to your liking. I’ve used frozen spinach to add the green color to these Raw Peppermint Chocolate Squares by Koko Brill. Don’t worry, you can’t taste it at all! I’ve also used buckwheat groats in the filling so it doesn’t solely rely on cashews and coconut oil, which can sometimes be a bit heavy. The layered cacao nibs and raw chocolate create a decadent crunchy layer on top. Yum!
11. Easy Mint Fudge
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This Easy Mint Fudge recipe by Amanda Froelich is easy to make and delicious to eat! The combination of chocolate and mint is always a hit, and this recipe is no exception.
12. Red Velvet Cupcakes With Peppermint Cream Cheese Frosting
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These decadent Red Velvet Cupcakes With Peppermint Cream Cheese Frosting by Chelsey Johns are ready for any holiday party! Topped with a dense peppermint cream cheese frosting, they’re both delicious and festive.
13. Peppermint Cacao Energy Bites
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These Peppermint Cacao Energy Bites by Robin Runner are soft, sweet, and minty with a crunchy exterior. They’re great as a snack for whenever you need a quick pick-me-up in a short amount of time; just pop one out of the refrigerator and you’re good to go! These are also great when frozen, which enhances their pepperminty flavor.
14. Lightened-Up Grasshopper Pie
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The tofu in this Lightened-Up Grasshopper Pie by Clémence Moulaert replicates the fluffy texture of the melted marshmallows and instead of liqueur. Not saying it’s 100% healthy because the base is still made with chocolate cream biscuits, but it should be lighter on your digestive system than the original stuff. Not to mention it is kinder for the planet and all its living creatures, too. Go eat some pie, you goodie-two-shoes-eco-hipster-tree-hugger.
15. Frozen Chocolate Mousse Cups With Candy Cane Topping
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A rich, frozen treat perfect to get into the holiday spirit! These chocolate mousse cups can be enjoyed fresh or frozen (if you can wait that long). Hannah Sunderani‘s Frozen Chocolate Mousse Cups With Candy Cane Topping are fantastic!
If you loved these vegan peppermint recipes, make sure to also check out 10 Festive Peppermint-Flavored Vegan Recipes for December!, 15 Vegan Peppermint Desserts for the Holidays, and 15 Traditional Holiday Desserts Made Vegan!
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