5 Treats You Didn’t Know Were Vegan
At Fine and Raw Chocolate in Brooklyn, Daniel Sklaar crafts tantalizing chocolate that is raw, organic, and dairy-free! This nourishing treat is completely vegan, uses sustainable rainforest cacao powder, and is a creative way to enjoy a sweet treat. Fine & Raw, 288 Siegel Street, Brooklyn.
Did you think that a brownie or a cookie can’t taste great without eggs or dairy? Think again. Try out Tu-Lu’s Gluten Free Bakery in the East Village of New York City. You’ll be surprised. Their Vegan Agave Brownie and Vegan Chocolate Chip cookie are a hit and with one taste, you won’t even miss the traditional ingredients. Tu-Lu's Gluten-Free Bakery, 338 East 11th St.
Nothing says dessert like ice cream. Quintessence vegan restaurant in New York City makes a delicious ice cream parfait without dairy, and it tastes even better than its dairy friend. You'll delight in this creamy, sumptuous frozen treat. They also have an entire chilled dessert selection like chocolate ganache….all of which are completely vegan. Quintessence, 263 E 10th St.
It’s easier than ever to find dairy free beverages with the abundance of vegan milks available. MatchaBar is no exception. Find a variety of milk alternatives at this hip and innovative Brooklyn cafe. Green, hearty tea is the focus to uplift and elevate your spirit. So go ahead and treat yourself to a hot matcha tea made with hemp milk at MatchaBar. This energizing alternative to coffee will keep you in balance. MatchaBar, 93 Wythe Avenue.
Many people don’t realize that juicing is completely vegan. Unlike many fruit and juice smoothies which use a yogurt or dairy base, cold-pressed preparations are of pure mashed vegetables and fruits, especially at Heartbeet Juicery where they really keep it real. You'll find chunks of coconut and strawberry that make each one a meal. Completely vegan and and wonderful treats on the Lower East Side of New York City. Heartbeet Juicery, 85 Stanton St.
Purchase or treat all of these vegan delights from the Treatmo app.