Milk and dairy products have been promoted as a healthy and vital source of calcium in American propaganda, such as the “Got milk?” ads, but they are not. According to research, they are the leading sources of saturated fat linked to cancer, heart diseases, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease.

In reality, about 30 million people in the United States are lactose intolerant, which means they cannot properly digest milk and most dairy products. But why are these foods being promoted as a necessary component of the so-called balanced diets? It’s misleading when over 10% of Americans can’t even consume them without upsetting their stomachs. Of course, the answer is that it brings money to sell these lies as it generates profit for the firms that manufacture them.

Now that you know that you’ve been lied to, you can fight against these misleading marketing campaigns profiting from making you unhealthy. You can choose non-dairy milk or go vegan if you can. Unfortunately, changing into a plant-based diet may be challenging for folks who have a sweet tooth.

But the good news is that most of the sweet food you love has a vegan equivalent that you can make in your kitchen. They are easy to make, and you can bake them between your work, whether you have demanding work as an assisted senior living advisor or as a company CEO.

Vegan Desserts Are Life-Savers

Making these vegan treats has the added benefit of being guilt-free as no animal product would be needed to bake them. Of course, vegan food isn’t for everyone, but you can make them now and then, and may you will even end up being a full-time vegan. So, here are some that your taste buds should get excited for:

  • Vegan Truffles

Coconut milk is an alternative to using creams as its fat content makes it an excellent replacement. Then, you will need only two additional ingredients to make truffles, and they are 20 ounces of coarsely chopped dark chocolate and coconut flakes. It’s simple to prepare, really.

  • Vegan Cookies

Vegan butter can be used to replace dairy products like normal dairy butter if you want to make vegan cookies. It’s guaranteed you won’t be able to tell the difference, and it’ll taste exactly like your favorite cookies. You can also serve them with soy or almond milk to make the experience better and more vegan.

  • Vegan Carrot Cake

Vegan versions of your favorite cakes have been available ever since veganism became a massive trend. And if there is a cake you should try baking, it should be something you can put some vegetables on for an added vegan taste, so try your baking skills on carrot cakes. These cakes are gluten-free, and you can add a few spices and top them with a vegan buttercream. It’s yummy!

  • Vegan Brownies

Brownies are a simple dessert to make, and you can make them easier by using a brownie mix that has all the ingredients readily prepared. But, of course, you may prepare your brownie mix with a vegan twist by using vegan butter. Everyone loves brownies, so invite some friends over and have it with them, and watch their reactions when you tell them it’s vegan.

  • Vegan Chia Pudding

Chia seeds are a favorite of many people. Fiber, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants abound in them. Chia pudding is simple to make since chia seeds become plump and cream-like when soaked in non-dairy milk. You may add some flavor by putting some maple syrup, cardamoms, and some berries, of course. You will love it!

  • Vegan Banana Bread

Many people have taken up baking during the 2020 lockdowns. For some unknown reason, many individuals decided to bake banana bread as an unofficial trend everyone was following. What’s to stop you? It’s simple and easy to make, and it’s delicious too. Lastly, baking banana bread allows you to use up those bananas that have gone overripe on your kitchen table. Please don’t throw them out yet, as they could make your banana bread more exciting.

  • Vegan Donuts
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That’s right, everyone’s favorite desserts can be vegan too! By removing any dairy ingredients from the mix and replacing them with vegan or plant-based alternatives such as soy, oat, or coconut milk, you can have some vegan doughnuts.

It turns out that becoming vegan, or at the very least plant-based, isn’t all that tough. All of the desserts we’ve included are simple and enjoyable to make. The best part is that you wouldn’t have to be brainwashed by the propaganda that has been around for so long.

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