These baked goods have sugar, spice, and everything you want for Christmas - without eggs, dairy, or animal by-products.
You may think vegan baked goods are hard to come by or even subpar compared to regular sweet treats, but these vegan bakeries are here to prove you wrong.
Ditch the usual sinful log cakes and treat yourselves to some of these guilt-free vegan treats this festive season. Some are available in-stores, while others are at your fingertips through delivery options.
Well Smoocht is a humble vegan restaurant serving plant powered meals with love at Sin Ming.
Nestled in this little shop is a display full of rustic vegan cakes that are affordable and mouth watering. At $5.50 per slice for most cakes, you are sure to get your money’s worth. Don’t hesitate to stock up some for this festive season!
Their cake menu is not fixed as they constantly introduce new and refreshing flavours. Some notable bakes include vegan burnt cheesecake, banana chocolate cake and matcha crumble cake.
Keep a lookout for their cake menu on their Instagram page.
Address: 8 Sin Ming Rd, #01-03 Sin Ming Centre, Singapore 575628
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 12.00pm to 9.30pm daily (last order at 9.00pm)
Contact: 6456 6431
The Clean Addicts pride themselves with their clean and delicious vegan treats that contain no refined sugar. Gone are the sinful feelings when it comes to indulging in sweet treats!
Their crowd favourites are none other than their bean fudge cakes and F45-approved vegan protein balls. Imagine decadent cacao or matcha flavoured fudge cakes and protein balls that are ready for clean and fuss-free snacking.
This Christmas, they also introduced log cakes that are ridiculously low in calories! Containing only 190 calories per serving, they ensure you are able to feel good tis’ season.
Instagram vegan bakery @lalacakeland is managed by two self-taught home bakers. From traditional vegan breads to cookies and cupcakes, you name it, they have it!
One bake that really stands out however, is their vegan birthday cakes. Cake decorating is an art to them, and they are evidently professionals when it comes to customising birthday cakes.
On top of that, their Christmas menu is undoubtedly joy to the world, featuring beautifully-decorated Christmas chocolate peppermint cupcakes and Christmas dessert gift boxes.
Gratus is another home bakery worth checking out this festive season. They aim to bring to life carefully handcrafted vegan pastries, offering fully plant-based, preservatives and artificial colouring free bliss.
Out of the wide variety of vegan baked goods they offer, their favourite picks are their apple crumble loaf and decadent layered cakes.
Can’t think of a present this Christmas? Gratus has got you covered with their gift boxes filled with baked vegan goods made with love! Order yours through their website.
@raebakesvegan has been around for awhile now and their vegan bakes never disappoint.
One extremely popular item from their menu is their cinnamon rolls. Think fluffy and soft buns with irresistible cinnamon sugar filling, no doubt a perk-me-up festive treat that will make you fall in love with vegan bakes.
Their bakes are so indulgent, it’s hard to believe they’re vegan sometimes. Other popular bakes include their tea cakes, as well as the newly-launch bliss balls that are perfect for gym junkies.
They are fully sold-out till Dec 25 for now, so be sure to catch them when they are back after Christmas. Check them out on Instagram here.
Our Vegan Bakery is a relatively new Instagram bakery that offers a wide range of vegan bakes. Ingredients used for each baked good are clearly stated on their menu.
On top of satisfying your sweet tooth, 10 per cent of their profit goes to Causes for Animals Singapore. Now you may indulge while doing good by supporting this humble bakery.
This festive season, enjoy the peppermint series baked goods that Our Vegan Bakery specially curated. Their peppermint brownies and brookies are even topped with carmine-free candy canes.
Place your orders now by direct-messaging them on Instagram.
Christmas is indeed the most wonderful time of the year, try something new and give these delightful vegan bakes a go!
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