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Vegan cakes are popular at holiday gatherings of all kinds because they can be enjoyed by omnivores and vegans alike. With vegan pies ranging from traditional pumpkin to sweet berry to savory pies, there’s something for everyone. Some of these appetizing cakes are even kosher and gluten-free. The question is, how many of these vegan cakes do you have time to try this holiday season?
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Yvonne’s Vegan Cooking – Pumpkin Pie
Yvonne’s Vegan Kitchen offers delicious vegan pumpkin pie that is also gluten free. It has a rich, smooth consistency like traditional pumpkin pies, but this one has a cashew base and is served with a plant-based whip topping. Full-size 9-inch cake serves 10 to 12 people. Yvonne’s Vegan Kitchen also offers vegan pumpkin pie squares, vegan apple pies, and vegan berry pies for delivery.
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The Pie Hole Vegan – Cranberry Pecan Crumble
The Pie Hole created a classic American blueberry pie with a vegan twist, and it has become a hit across the country. Vegan Cranberry Walnut Crumble is made with cranberries and special ingredients like orange juice, cinnamon, oats, and walnuts.
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Achatz Handmade Pie Company – Michigan 4 Berry Pie
This Michigan 4-Berry Pie is the signature confection of the Achatz Handmade Pie Company. It’s made with Michigan-grown blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and cherries from local regenerative family farms, and the delicious concoction is wrapped in a puff pastry crust.
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Karma Baker – Pumpkin Pie
Karma Baker’s Pumpkin Pie is vegan, kosher, and gluten-free. It’s made without wheat, eggs, or dairy, like all of their candies. The 9-inch deep dish pumpkin pie has a creamy yet dense consistency, and the flaky crust provides the perfect balance for custard.
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Stockholm Pie and General Store – Bumblebee Pie
Handmade in Stockholm, Wisconsin, Stockholm Pie and General Store’s Vegan Bumblebee Pie is their best-selling fruitcake. It has a rich double crust and is packed with raspberries, blueberries, strawberries and blackberries, with just the right balance of sweetness and tartness. Other vegan pies the company ships nationwide include the classic apple, blackberry/raspberry, blueberry, blackberry/peach, cherry, cherry/berry, and peach pies.
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Dangerously Delicious Pies – Vegan Chili Pie
Like a savory treat, Dangerously Delicious Pies Vegan Chili Pie is made with brown rice, a rich tomato sauce, and roasted vegetables like onions, red bell peppers, and yellow bell peppers along with lots of beans. Fresh ingredients are encased in a flaky crust.
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KRAVS Pie – Vegan Handheld Coconut Cream Pie
KRAVS Pie caters to vegans and omnivores alike with their delicious vegan coconut cream pie. It is a hand cake that is great to eat on its own, since it is a single serving. It has a sweet coconut cream filling and a handmade crust that is so flaky in the best possible way.
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Bourke Street Bakery – Vegan Spiced Vegetable Pie
Bourke Street Bakery’s Vegan Spiced Vegetable Cake is handmade and baked in small batches at their four bakeries in New York City. Each hearty pie has vegetables like sweet potatoes, spinach, carrots, lentils, celery, and tomatoes. The carefully selected herbs and spices in each cake include cumin, curry leaves, garlic, turmeric, and coriander.
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Sweet Hazel & Co. – Vegan Key Lime Pie
Sweet Hazel & Co. offers award-winning Key Lime Pie with a wonderfully tangy, creamy flavor. It has a graham cracker crust and is topped with homemade whipped cream. PETA called it “the perfect holiday dessert” in a press release. Sweet Hazel & Co. also makes a popular pumpkin lasagna that’s considered pumpkin pie 2.0.