The vegan birthday dessert has become a favourite with kids and even a bit of a cult favourite with the older generations of those who have grown up with it.
It is a chocolate cake topped with a sprinkling of chopped hazelnuts and sprinkled with fresh fruit, such as strawberries, raspberries or apples.
It has been so popular, the Australian vegan organisation Vegan Society has created a vegan birthday recipe for you.
A vegan birthday is made with only 100 calories and 10g of protein.
“It’s really simple to make,” Veganspace CEO David Stacey said.
Veganspace’s vegan birthday recipes are not only delicious, but easy to make.
You just need some chocolate chips and a little cream cheese and some fruit and nuts.
Vegan birthday cakes are usually made with a mix of chocolate chips, vanilla, coconut oil and a sprinkle of fresh fruit.
David Stacey, Veganscape founder David Stacey and vegan foodies at Veganspaces.
Vegansites and other groups around the country have created vegan birthday parties, and vegan cakes.
And they are growing.
Vegan societies have sprung up across Australia to cater for vegan birthday celebrations.
The Vegan Society in Sydney is hosting a vegan party for kids at the next Vegan Day.
Organisers said there was a “growing demand for vegan cake parties” among young people.
“The demand is increasing for vegan cakes and birthday parties because of the popularity of vegan food, the rise in vegan children’s groups and the increasing number of vegan restaurants,” Vegenspaces general manager and co-founder David Staced said.
“We also know that vegan food can be a good alternative to traditional foods that contain animal ingredients, and that this has helped to create vegan communities in many countries around the world.”
Mr Staced says vegan cakes are also a popular vegan gift for parents.
If you’re looking for a vegan cake recipe that can be enjoyed by everyone, check out Vegan Chocolate Cake or Vegan Vegan Strawberry Cake.
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