Vegan Snowman Cake Donut Pops :: Day 2 of 12 Days of Vegan Christmas Recipes


On the 2nd Day of Vegmas my true love baked for me, 2 Snowman pop & a house made of gingerbread and candy!

Today Lexie joins Mrs. Vegan in the kitchen to bake up some tasty snowman pops. Want the recipe? Check it out down below. If you make it, be sure to hashtag #12daysofveganxmas so we can check ’em out! (:

✦ Lexi Lombard ✦
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✦ VEGAN SNOWMAN OAT POPS ✦

DRY BOWL:
– 1 c whole wheat pastry or oat flour
– 1 ½ tsp baking powder
– ¼ tsp salt
– 1/2 tsp cinnamon

WET BOWL:
– ½ cup almond milk
– 1 tbsp ground flaxseed
– 1/4 cup applesauce
– ½ cup sugar
– ½ tsp vanilla extract
– 1 tsp apple cider vinegar

INSTRUCTIONS:
– Purchase a nonstick donut pan.
– Preheat oven to 350F.
– Combine the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
– Combine wet ingredients in a small mixing bowl.
– Combine wet bowl into dry bowl; gently mix until completely combined.
– Bake for about 15 minutes, or until tops look slightly crispy and very lightly browned.
– Let oatnuts cool in pan for 5-10 mins before transferring to a cooling rack.

✦ VEGAN FROSTING ✦

VANILLA
– ½ cup of powdered sugar
– 2 tsp of vanilla soy or almond milk

INSTRUCTIONS
– Combine powdered sugar with vanilla soy or almond milk.
– For thicker frosting, add more powdered sugar.
– For thinner frosting, add more milk.

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20 comments

  1. This is my first vegetarian christmas (I mostly eat vegan food) but I’m on my way to completely vegan! I’m definitely trying these out. My family doesn’t want me to be vegan and force me to eat other foods:( But with this recipe they probably won’t notice😁

  2. This is going to be my first vegan Christmas (prior vegetarian for 5 years), I was wondering what you suggest I do when it comes to food. Everyone who will be there eats EVERYTHING, and I don’t want to be difficult and have my aunt struggle to figure out something to make me that I can actually eat. I’ve always gotten criticized by my extended family for not eating meat, so I’m kind of dreading explaining being vegan. I was thinking I could just prepare myself a big already made plate (with “tradtional” foods they eat) that I can just pop in the microwave when everyone’s eating. Would that be the best idea or does anyone have a better suggestion? Thanks in advance 🙂

  3. These were super cute! Lexie is awesome and I love Mrs. Vegan’s sweater too!
    Oh but I have a teeny tiny suggestion on the singing (lol): the way you’re doing it now is the inflection used when you say all of the days in a list, but since you only sing the name of one recipe maybe you could sing it like the “fiiiive golden riiiiiiiings” part of the original song (i.e. instead of “two snowman po-ps” say “twoooo snow-man popppps”). Hope that makes some sense! 😛

  4. Loved this video so much! You’re always so creative ahah. Is the pop mixture you made just like a cake batter? Do you think if I just took that recipe and put it into a take Tin it would work? 🙂 xx

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