These Vegan Apple Cider Cake Donuts are easy to make, healthy, cakey, flavorful and so delicious. This is a one-bowl recipe that comes together very quickly and easily. The best breakfast or snack for a fall crisp morning.
This is the vegan version of my Apple Cider Cake Donuts – Sugar-Free Easy Recipe This vegan apple cider cake donuts recipe can be used for cupcakes or mini bundt cakes as well. Although baking is always happening in my kitchen, I don’t bake donuts very often. Fall seems to be the perfect occasion for baking donuts. The ingredients in this donut recipe are very easy to find. Probably you already have some of them in your pantry.
Puerto Rican Tembleque – Coconut Pudding is a coconut dessert pudding from Puerto Rico. This creamy dessert is one of the most popular desserts in Puerto Rican cuisine.
The traditional tembleque recipe is naturally vegan friendly. Tembleque, is mostly served during the holidays. Although, you can find it around restaurants year around. There’s a few variations of tembleque flavors. But my favorite is the traditional recipe.
The recipe originated in Puerto Rico but there’s a few variants around Latin America.
In Spanish the word “Tembleque” is an advective to describe something that shakes. Due to the Jell-O, like texture this dessert shakes when is prepared correctly. That’s why they called it tembleque.
This recipe is made with simple ingredients. You only need, coconut milk, sugar, salt, vanilla, corn starch and cinnamon.
Also, you can top your tembleque with a caramel sauce, fruits or any other sauce.
Replace your ingredients with other flavors for a delicious variation. In addition, you can add extracts and even dried fruits inside the tembleque.
Here’s a Tutorial for my Tembleque recipe:
My abuela used to make the best tembleque. Furthermore she loved making Christmas desserts for friends and family. I hope you give this recipe a try and let me know.
Tips to Make Tembleque:
Use regular canned coconut milk. Make sure to shake well before using. Also strain the milk using a fine mesh strainer.
The Trader Joe brand is great but it’s not the best for making tembleque.
Do not leave unattended.
Mix the corn starch with a few tablespoons of milk inside a small container. Whisk until is fully incorporated. Then add it to your coconut milk. This process will avoid a lumpy mixture.
In conclusion, If you give this recipe a try, let me know what you think! Leave a comment below. Also, don’t forget to take a picture and share it on my Facebook page or tag it #thehungrydragonfly on Instagram! I love seeing your creations!
Puerto Rican Tembleque - Coconut Pudding
Puerto Rican Tembleque - Coconut Pudding is a coconut dessert pudding from Puerto Rico. This creamy dessert is one of the most popular desserts in Puerto Rican cuisine.
These Puerto Rican Rice Pasteles are a delicious vegan version of the traditional Puerto Rican pasteles. These are perfect for the holidays or any celebration.
What are Pasteles?
Pasteles can be hard to described. They are often compared to Mexican tamales but they’re really different. However, there are some similarities. Like the way of wrapping them and the hard work. Pasteles are a traditional dish in Puerto Rico. Generally, they are served during the holidays.
These Vegan Apple Cider Cupcakes are easy to make, healthy, flavorful and so delicious. This is a one-bowl recipe that comes together very quickly and easily. They are the best breakfast or snack for a fall crisp morning.
These Orange Creamsicle Vegan Cake Donuts are light, refreshing, and with the perfect citrus flavor. Topped with a silky glaze and creamy orange buttercream.
These Orange Creamsicle Vegan Cake Donuts are infused with natural orange flavor. You can also make cupcakes using this recipe. They make the perfect treat for your Easter feast. Although they look for kids, they are great for adults as well. I created a tutorial for you to make with your family.