Healthy Vegan Treats – Quick & Easy

It’s quite a while ago since I posted a recipe on my blog. So today I decided it was time again and I want to show you healthy vegan trats that are made super quick and easy so you always have some good snacks on hand when you crave something sweet and/or chocolaty.

I really love snacks and I could always munch on something while working on my laptop. I try to be satisfied after every meal, but I just have such a sweet tooth and I always want dessert after having a savoury meal… I try to resist is sometimes, but I rather have some „healthy“ treats here and there to satisfy my desire.

I’m sure not everybody agrees with me when I say these recipes are healthy, but they definitely are better than regular stuff: free from industrial sugar, low in fat and without white flour, but they still taste amazing!


Chocolate ’nana Muffin

– 1 tbsp shredded Flaxseeds + 3 tbsp warm water
– 3 ripe bananas
– 1,5 tbsp maple syrup
– 1,5 tbsp applesauce (without added sugar)
– 1 tbsp coconut oil
– pinch of vanilla extract
– 1 tsp baking powder
– 1 tsp baking soda
– pinch of salt
– 1 tbsp unsweetened (raw) cacao powder ( I use this product*)
– 5 tbsp buckwheat flour
– 1 tbsp dark chocolate chips


  • mix the flaxseeds with water and let it sit for 5-10 minutes
  • mash the bananas and mix all ingredients to a smooth dough
  • bake for around 15 minutes at 190°C


Chocolate Cookie Dough made with Chickpeas

I eat this cookie dough for breakfast most of the times because it is the best post-workout meal! But I always end up having leftovers as a snack later.
I have to admit that it doesn’t taste like real cookie dough because you can’t taste the sugar crystals and the greasy butter, but it’s still super yummy – you just can’t expect it to taste the same.
I got this recipe idea from but I never followed her instructions completely and rather experiment myself.


– 1 can of very well rinsed chickpeas (save the chickpea water to make other yummy recipes like my healthy crunchy muesli!)
– about 8 pitted dates (soak them in plant milk overnight if they aren’t smooth)
– 5 tsp unsweetened (raw) cacao ( I use this product*)
– a little bit of plant milk (depends on consistency)
– pinch of vanilla extract
– optional: 3 tsp chopped dark chocolate, cacao nibs, nut butter, cinnamon, chopped nuts, shredded coconut…


  • mix everything with a high speed blender and add whatever extras you like/have on hand
  • I never make the same cookie dough and always add something else every time

I love dipping apple slices into it or eating it with fruit!

Chocolate Bliss Balls

I always wanted to make my own bliss balls because you can literally see everyone making and eating them. I just mixed together everything I thought would fit and taste and they came out so so yum!
– 12 soaked dates (in just as much plant milk to cover them overnight)
– 3 tsp chia seeds
– 2 handful of nuts (I used a variety of different ones we had)
– 3 tsp unsweetened (raw) cacao (I use this product*)
– 3 tsp shredded dark chocolate
– cacao nibs
– 6 tbsp spelt flakes (or oats)
– optional: coconut flakes to coat your bliss balls


  • soak the dates and chia seeds together in plant milk overnight
  • mix all ingredients in a high-speed blender and add the spelt/oat flakes in portions to vary depending on the consistency (it needs to be very creamy but not too sticky)
  • wet your hands with water, take small portions and roll your bliss balls
  • coat them in coconut flakes (sadly we didn’t have any…)

Hemp-Apricot Bliss Balls

My grandma once made me these yummy bliss balls that have slightly different ingredients than usual bliss balls but they tasted amazing! I really love dried apricots anyways and hempseeds also are high in protein and very healthy!

– 150g dried apricots (not sulphurated! and try to find very creamy ones)
– 100g oat bran
– 100g hazelnuts
– 100g hempseeds
– plant milk depending on consistency
– optional: shredded coconut or more oat bran

  • mix the apricots in a high-speed blender with a little bit of plant milk and slowly add the dry ingredients, depending on the consistency add more milk
  • wet your hands with water, take small portions and roll your bliss balls
  • coat them in shredded coconut or oat bran


Always keep in mind that it is better to have a proper snack or meal than to stuff yourself with „healthy treats“ because you are hungry. These treats are made for dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth but not to fill you up!


You could, for example, have a piece of bread with avocado and tomato, a bowl of porridge with fruit or (vegan) yogurt with fruit and muesli. These things will fill you up more and won’t make you hungry for more (like treats tend to do!).
You should also think about what you could improve in your eating routine so that you stay full longer and don’t need to have snacks in between. But that also depends on yourself because everyone has different preferences with how they separate their meals. Some only have 2/3 big meals a day, others like to eat more frequently but smaller portions – for me it depends on my day and what I am up to.

More treats:


This dessert doesn’t look healthy at all – but it is! Made of silken tofu it is the perfect creamy vegan chocolate mousse. Only takes 10 minutes and 5 main ingredients to make and it’s so good, while still being healthy and high in protein as well!


Treats don’t always need chocolate to be super delicious! These fruity little muffins are prefect to use up ripe bananas and very handy to take with you wherever you go!


Cakes can be „healthy“ too! If you use cane sugar instead of white industrial sugar, buckwheat or other wholegrain flour instead of white flour and plant butter/oil even your favorite cake can be made healthy (or at least healthier!). I collected my all time favourite vegan cake recipes here!


I recently made my favourite raspberry banana bread with frozen blueberries instead and it tasted amazing – so creamy, moist and fruity!


But if you prefer the combination of chocolate, banana and peanut butter, I got you covered as well!


Ever tried brownies made with sweet potato? Super delicious! I can highly recommend trying it, especially when it’s still warm!


Probably my favourite treat ever! So so creamy, fruity, crunchy, not too sweet and warm – I really need to remake it with different kinds of fruit: Baked Plum Crumble

What treats do you like to make when you crave something sweet but still want to stay healthy? Are you going to try one of my recipe? What are your favourite treats?

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Quick Healthy Vegan Chocolate Dessert

Yesterday I showed you my Chocolate Dessert on Insta-Stories and because I got some questions on how to make it and what’s in it, I thought I would quickly post the recipe on here.

This will also be my first English recipe on my blog and I hope I will find the time to translate them all one day, but this for sure won’t happen in the next year. At least you can use the Google Translate option in my sidebar and hopefully still understand what I am talking about :D



A while ago I found Silken Tofu at the Asia market and wanted to test this Healthy Vegan Chocolate Mousse Dessert with it. It’s not only super delicious, chocolaty and creamy but still healthy and protein-rich, it’s also made in only 10 Minutes and with only 5 ingredients.

(The silken tofu can also be found in organic stores or maybe even big supermarkets.)


For 2 big portions, you will need
  • 300g silken tofu
  • 50g dark vegan chocolate (60%)
  • 2-3 tbsp organic raw cacao powder
  • 3-4 tbsp maple syrup
  • pinch vanilla extract
  • toppings of choice (dark chocolate flakes, berries, coconut flakes, banana slices…)


How to make it
  1. Cut the tofu block in small pieces and mix it with a blender or kitchen mixer on high speed for around 5 minutes until you have a smooth consistency.
  2. Melt the dark chocolate on low heat in a pot on the stove – be careful to not burn it!
  3. Add the melted chocolate and the other ingredients and blend them together.
  4. Taste test if you want your dessert to be more chocolaty or sweeter. If you’re happy with the result add your toppings of choice and enjoy!

This Chocolate Mousse is perfect to satisfy your chocolate cravings in a healthy way!




I am pretty sure it is possible to make any kind of flavored dessert with the silken tofu like berry, peanut butter or lime and I am definitely going to test more recipes with it. Silken tofu can also be used in vegan cheesecakes or chocolate mousse tarts.

How do you like my first recipe in the English language? Will you try this dessert yourself? Are you interested in more healthy snack recipes? 

Quick & Healthy ’nana Muffins to Use Up Ripe Bananas | Vegan

Nicht selten passiert es, dass man einen kleinen süßen Snack am Nachmittag oder Unterwegs in der Schule / Uni / auf Arbeit begehrt.

Wer versucht sich gesund (und vegan?) zu ernähren möchte dann aber nicht auf die Verlockungen beim Bäcker oder im Supermarkt, die voll von Industriezucker und Fett sind, zurück greifen.


Ich habe deshalb gern immer irgendeine gesunde Alternative im Haus. Eine Möglichkeit, die man auch Unterwegs einfach besorgen kann ist Obst. Aber wenn man mal wirklich Lust auf was „Süßes“ hat, reicht das manchmal nicht aus. Zum Glück gibt es bereits viele gesunde Riegel mit wertvollen Inhaltsstoffen zu kaufen.

Trotzdem geht nichts gegen ein paar selbstgemachte Muffins, die lediglich aus 6 Zutaten bestehen und in 10 Minuten zusammengerührt und in weiteren 15 Minuten fertig sind.

Sie eignen sich super um sehr reife Bananen zu verarbeiten und sind dank ihrer kleinen Form noch praktischer zum Mitnehmen als reguläres Bananenbrot.

Das Rezept ist angelehnt an ein altes (allerdings nicht veganes) Bananen-Muffin Rezept von mir. Wenn ihr euch noch an diese Bilder erinnern könnt, dann seid ihr wirklich schon lange dabei :)
  • 2 reife Bananen (einige Scheiben zum dekorieren übriglassen)
  • 3 EL feine Haferflocken
  • 2 EL Buchweizenmehl (oder anderes)
  • 2 EL veganen Joghurt oder Quark (oder Apfelmark)
  • 2 EL Pflanzenmilch
  • etwas Zimt

Wenn ihr noch mehr reife Bananen habt, dann doppelt das Rezept einfach und friert einige Muffins nach dem auskühlen ein (wenn ihr sie nicht alle auf ein Mal verputzen könnt :P )

Ich hatte ebenfalls eine Löffelspitze Backpulver und Natron in den Teig gegeben. Die Muffins sind dann beim Backen auch schön hochgekommen, danach aber wieder zusammengefallen :D Deshalb ist das nicht unbedingt nötig.


Das tolle an diesem Rezept ist, dass es sich wunderbar variieren und verändern lässt! Ihr könnt, wie ich, ein paar Blaubeeren oben in den Teig drücken. Ein bisschen Erdnussbutter und/oder dunkle Schokoladensplitter hinzufügen oder wie bei meinem Bananenbrot mit Himbeeren einige tiefkühl Himbeeren zermatschen und anstelle des Joghurts/Apfelmarks als fruchtig-frischen Zusatz unterrühren.


  1. Die Bananen mit einem Rührgerät zu brei verarbeiten und alle Zutaten hinzufühen und zu einem Teig verrühren.
  2. Den Ofen auf 180°C Umluft vorheitzen.
  3. Den Teig in Förmchen verteilen (relativ voll, da die Muffins nur wenig aufgehen) und mit Bananenscheiben verziehen.
  4. Für 12-15 Minuten backen bis bei der Stäbchenprobe nichts hängen bleibt, der Teig aber trotzdem noch schön saftig aussieht.


Die Muffins sind unglaublich saftig und schön natürlich süß – obwohl sie komplett ohne Zucker oder Zuckeralternative sind. Sie schmecken so gut und wer mag kann sie auch noch mit veganer Schokocreme oder Marmelade verfeinern.

Ich freue mich immer riesig, wenn ihr meine Rezepte testet! Also schreibt mir unbedingt und sendet ein Foto davon :)