1. Chocolate and Salted Caramel Pie
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The combination of chocolate and salted caramel is delicious and one that consistently withstands the test of time. This Chocolate and Salted Caramel Pie by Yana Chistyakova is very simple and consists of a crunchy base of oatmeal, a layer of toffee or salted caramel vegan a cover of dark chocolate. The preparation of the cake is quite easy, although you must prepare the salted caramel in advance.
2. Raw Cinnamon Pecan Caramel Pie
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Impress your guests with this Raw Cinnamon Pecan Caramel Pie by Heidi Turunen. Set on a cinnamon-y pecan base and filled with a deliciously decadent date-tahini cream, it’s delightfully sweet, beautiful, and quick to make which is great if you’re crunched for time around the holidays. And the best part is, it’s completely raw, so no need to wait around for it to bake, just pop it in the freezer, go about your day, and return to a gorgeous pie.
3. Raw Chocolate Caramel Pie
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This is an absolutely mouth-watering Raw Chocolate Caramel Pie by Koko Brill. The ingredients in this pie might surprise you! We’re talkin’ caramel made from dates, and chocolate made from avocados….what!? Yes, it’s true, and it works. You won’t even notice that this pie is free from unhealthy refined ingredients. It tastes better than the real thing. If you are wondering about the almond flour/almond meal, I made my own using the leftover pulp from making homemade almond milk. I dehydrated until completely dry and then whizzed it up in the food processor to make flour. Alternatively, you can just grind up raw almonds, or buy almond flour.
4. Caramel Peach Pie
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Celebrate the late summer’s bounty with this lush and totally delicious Caramel Peach Pie by Elsa Brobbey. Slices of juicy peaches are tossed with custard powder (or cornstarch), caramel sauce, lemon juice and sugar and a hint of warm spices, then baked in a simple pie dough until the fruit bubbles and breaks down and the sugar-sprinkled crust browns and turns flaky. The result is a firm aromatic pie that is luscious and creamy and bright and tastes like summer.
5. Caramel Apple Pie Cookies
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These Caramel Apple Pie Cookies by Tiina Strandberg are like tiny apple pies with a drizzle of caramel. The cozy ingredients of these cookies—applesauce, pecans, apples and caramel together with the delicious fall spices of cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg—form an irresistible combination. The look of these cookies is rustic, and they are easy to make. So why not try these the next time you’re craving apple pie? Reprinted with permission from Fantastic Vegan Cookies by Tiina Strandberg, Page Street Publishing Co. 2021. Photo credit: Tiina Strandberg
6. Sweet Potato Pecan Pie with Salted Bourbon Maple Caramel
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It’s always smart to have a healthy dessert option up your sleeve! So bring this Sweet Potato Pecan Pie with Salted Bourbon Maple Caramel by Rachel Carr to your next gathering and be the hero. It’s mostly raw, with only the sweet potatoes being roasted to create a naturally sweet and creamy texture. The gluten-free crust is made from dates and raw pecans, and the filling has the texture of a rich cheesecake.
7. Chocolate Pecan Pie Bars With Date Caramel
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Vegan dessert bars are the perfect sweet treat for any time of year! They are fun to make and so tasty! These Chocolate Pecan Pie Bars With Date Caramel are the ultimate level of yum in your tum. They’re almost like toffee! Crunchy, maple crust, a chewy date caramel center, and a sweet, sticky topping of pecans and ooey-gooey chocolate. It’s vegan dessert bar bliss. In addition to being vegan, they’re paleo and gluten-free! With these chocolate pecan pie bars by Taylor Kiser, you get to have your cake (or vegan dessert bar that is) and eat it too!
8. Apple Pie with Salted Caramel
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It may be the night of thanksgiving and you have most likely already made or eaten your pie…but it is never too late for apple pie. This Apple Pie with Salted Caramel by Taavi Moore will blow your mind. A crispy and buttery crust paired with sweet, slightly tart, and soft apples. Topped with a creamy salted caramel sauce. Are you drooling yet?
9. Caramel Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake with Streusel Topping
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This Caramel Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake with Streusel Topping by Melanie Sorrentino is absolutely delicious and takes the dessert to a whole new level! This dessert is so rich and full of complementary textures and flavors.
10. Raw Chia Caramel Pecan Pie
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This Raw Chia Caramel Pecan Pie by Emily von Euw will quickly become a holiday favorite!
11. Chocolate Caramel Cookie Pie
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Cookie and pie come together to form this super yummy Chocolate Caramel Cookie Pie by Michele Elizabeth that is so tasty! Loaded with chocolate chips and caramel!
12. Raw Caramel Peanut Pie
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This Raw Caramel Peanut Pie by Harriet Emily is a peanut butter lover’s dream. The nutty crust is topped with a layer of peanut butter and then finished off with a peanut and caramel topping and garnished with walnuts.
13. Easy Date Caramel Pecan Pie
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This Easy Date Caramel Pecan Pie by Caroline Doucet starts with an easy oat and pecan crust and it’s filled with creamy date caramel. Add a sprinkle of sea salt, a dollop of coconut whipped cream, and some artfully placed pecans to finish off this healthy, refined sugar-free treat!
14. Date Caramel Banana Pie
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You know you’ve got a great pie recipe when each component of the pie is delicious in its own right. Decadent date caramel that instantly makes anything better? Check. Sticky-sweet caramelized bananas and whipped banana cream? Check. Cookie crust? Check! These different layers are a cinch to make and once you’ve arranged them, you simply have to pop this Date Caramel Banana Pie by Fabio Gallo in the fridge and wait ever so patiently for your pie to set. Trust us, the results are worth the wait!
15. No-Bake Salted Date Caramel Chocolate Pie
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This silky and decadent No-Bake Salted Date Caramel Chocolate Pie by Fabio Gallo is simply delicious. It begins with an almond crust, which is then layered with a creamy salted date caramel filling and eventually topped with a chocolate mousse. Enjoy it firm right out of the freezer, or let it warm up a bit for a deliciously soft pie that melts in your mouth.
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