Growing Demand for Vegan Food:List

Part 2:

Vegan Dessert :


1. 1 cup vegan butter, softened

2. 1 cup sugar

3. 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

4. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

5. 2 cups all-purpose flour

6. 1 teaspoon baking soda

7. 1/2 teaspoon baking powder

8. 1/4 teaspoon salt

9. 1 cup plant-based milk

10. 1 cup vegan chocolate chips


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a 9×13 inch baking pan.

2. In a large bowl, cream together the vegan butter, sugar, cocoa powder, and vanilla extract until light and fluffy. In another bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. Add the flour mixture to the butter mixture alternately with the plant-based milk, mixing well after each addition. Stir in the vegan chocolate chips.

3. Pour the batter into the prepared pan. Bake for 30 minutes in the preheated oven, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. Let cool before serving.

Top Vegan Restaurants:

1. The Herbivorous Butcher, Minneapolis, MN

2. By Chloe, New York, NY

3. Virtuous Pie, Vancouver, BC

4. Plant Food + Wine, Venice, CA

5. Chalait, New York, NY

6. Blossoming Lotus, Portland, OR

7. Cafe Gratitude, San Francisco, CA

8. Crossroads Kitchen, Los Angeles, CA

9. Candle 79, New York, NY

10. Dirt Candy NYC , New York ,NY

Vegan food Near me:Hyderabad India

1. The Vegan Kitchen

2. Vegan Dhaba

3. Ananda Bhavan

4. Vegan Bites

5. Loving Hut

6. Govinda’s

7. Vasudeva Adiga’s

8. Naturals Ice Cream

Vegan Food List:


1. Apples

2. Bananas

3. Berries

4. Grapes

5. Lemons

6. Limes

7. Mangoes

8. Melons

9. Oranges

10. Papayas

11. Peaches

12. Pears

13. Pineapples

14. Plums

15. Watermelons

16,17 Apricots, Avocados (technically a fruit)


1. Artichokes

2. Arugula

3. Asparagus

4. Beets

5. Bell peppers

6. Broccoli

7. Brussels sprouts

8. Cabbage

9. Carrots

10. Cauliflower

11. Celery

12. Chicory greens

13. Collard greens

14. Corn

15. Cucumbers

16. Eggplant

17. Endive greens

18. Fennel bulb

19. Garlic

20. Green beans

21. Kale

22. Leeks

23. Lettuce

24. Mushrooms

25. Mustard greens

26. Onions

27. Pak choi greens

28. Parsnips

29. Pattypans

30. Peas

31. Peppers

32. Potatoes

33. Purslane greens

34. Radishes

35. Rocket greens (arugula)

36. Rutabagas

37. Shallots

38. Snow peas

39. Spinach

40. Sprouts

41. Swiss chard

42. Tomatoes

43. Turnips


45.Leafy Veggies

Vegan Oils:

46. Olive Oil

47. Coconut Oil

48. Nut Butters (Almond butter, Cashew butter, etc)

49. Avocados

50. Seeds (Flax, Hemp, Chia, Sesame, etc)

51. Nutritional Yeast

52. Vegan Cheese

53. Spices


54. Dried Fruits (apricots, figs, raisins, dates, etc)

55. Fruit leathers (100% fruit with no added sugar)

56. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

57. Jerky (vegan varieties made from soy, seitan, mushrooms, jackfruit, etc)

58. Nuts and Seeds (almonds, pistachios, cashews, etc)

59. Nut Butters (almond butter, peanut butter, cashew butter, etc)

60. Popcorn

61. Pretzels

62. Vegan Chips and Crackers

63. Vegan Dips and Spreads (hummus, guacamole, salsa, etc)

64. Vegan Jerky

65.Vegan Protein Bars

66.Vegan Rice Cakes

67.Vegan Cookies

68.Vegan Ice Cream

69.Soy Milk

70.Coconut Milk

71.Almond Milk


72.Alcoholic Beverages (most beer and wine is vegan, but check labels)



75.Hot Chocolate


77.Soda (some brands use animal products, but many are vegan)

78.Sports Drinks (Gatorade, Powerade, and many others are vegan)


80.Coconut Water

81.Almond Milk

82.Soy Milk

83.Rice Milk

84.Hemp Milk



87.Vegan Protein Shakes

Vegan Sweets & Desserts:




91.Ice Cream


93.Puddings & Custards

94.Tofu-based desserts (such as tofu pudding and chocolate tofu mousse)

95.Chocolate (most commercial chocolate is vegan, but check labels)

96.Candy (vegan options include gummy bears, starbursts, skittles, etc)

97.Syrups & Sweeteners (agave nectar, maple syrup, brown sugar, etc)

98.Jams & Jellies

99.Frozen Fruit Bars & Popsicles

100.Fruit leathers (100% fruit with no added sugar)

101.Vegan Whipped Cream (coconut cream, soy milk, etc)

102.Vegan Cake Mixes & Frosting

103.Vegan Cookie Mixes

104.Organic Dark Chocolate Bars

105.Truvía Natural Sweetener Brown Sugar Blend

106. NOW Foods Erythritol Powder

107.So Delicious Dairy Free Original Culinary Coconut Milk

108.Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener All-Purpose Grade

Vegan Protein Sources:

109.Beans (chickpeas, black beans, lentils, etc)

110.Chia Seeds


112.Hemp Seeds


114.Peas (green peas, yellow split peas, etc)



117.Soybeans & tofu


119.Textured vegetable protein (TVP)

120.Vegan protein powder

Vegan Supplements:

121.B12 (can be found in fortified foods or supplements)

122.DHA & EPA omega-3s (can be found in fortified foods or supplements)

123.Iron (found in leafy greens, beans, lentils, fortified foods, etc)

124.Calcium (found in leafy greens, tofu, fortified plant milks, etc)

125.Vitamin D (can be found in fortified foods or supplements)

126.Zinc (found in beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, etc)

127.Vegan protein powder

Indian Mithai :

Which Indian Mithai is considered vegan?

Although many traditional sweets such as kaju katli, petha and soan papdi are often vegan-friendly, always double check with vendors to ensure there is no ghee or other animal products used. If you’re looking for a healthier option, then a box of mixed nuts and dried fruits is always a safe choice.

128.Vegan Kaju Katli (Cashew Burfi)

129.Petha (Ash Gourd Candy)

130.Soan Papdi ( chickpea flour and ghee dessert)

131.Anjeer Barfi (Fig Burfi)

132.Besan Ladoo (Gram Flour Balls)

133.Dry Fruit Chikki (Nut Brittle)

134.Coconut Ladoo

135.Mysore Pak

136.Malai Peda

137. Gulab Jamun

Indian Mithai which are vegan-friendly! As you can see, there are plenty of delicious vegan-friendly options to choose from. So, whether you’re vegan or just looking for a healthier option, make sure to try one of these traditional Indian sweets the next time you have a sweet tooth.

There are a variety of reasons why demand for vegan food is growing. One of the main reasons is that more people are becoming aware of the health consequences of eating animal products. Eating vegan can help reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. In addition, ethical and environmental concerns are also motivating factors for people to choose vegan foods. The vegan food market is expected to continue to grow in the coming years as more people adopt vegan diets.

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