Serve These Vegan Coconut Tarts With Clementine Sorbet
These coconut tarts are easy to make.

If you are looking for a perfect ending to a perfect dinner, take a look at this sexy+wicked healthy dessert!

These tartlet shells are delicious and easy to make, using coconut and macadamia nuts in the base.

The rich and creamy qualities of these ingredients create the perfect vehicle to hold this refreshing and lightly tart clementine sorbet. If you can’t find clementines, feel free to use tangerines or satsumas if you’d like!

Each bite provides a nice balance of rich, sweet and tart, while the lavender syrup pulls everything together with a light sweetness and delicate, floral quality.

To make the syrup, you’re going to reduce all of the components by half. To get a thicker end result, drop a spoon into the mixture once reduced and run your finger down the back of it. If it separates easily, it’s ready to be chilled and reserved for serving!

More Vegan Dessert Inspiration

If you’ve got a sweet tooth and you’re eager to try out more dessert recipes, you could try your hand at making this vegan key lime pie, its zesty, tasty, and gluten-free.

If you prefer berries to citrus fruit, you could also have a go at this raw vegan chocolate berry tart in a walnut-oat crust. Hazel and Cacao — the recipe’s creator — notes, “the recipe is dairy-free gluten-free refined sugar-free and delicious. I shared this one with friends and the base of this recipe was a big hit.” Or, you could make this vegan white chocolate mousse tart with strawberries.

If you like your dessert super chocolatey, why not try this gluten-free, vegan “no-fuss” chocolate cake? Or maybe these triple layer vegan custard and chocolate Nanaimo bars? Or you could try these dairy-free chocolate and blackberry ice cream sandwiches.

If you’re looking for something simple and sweet, try this vegan toffee and pecan cake. “[It’s] seriously one of the easiest cakes you’ll ever make,” says The Vegan 8. “It is super soft, light, tender, and has a wonderful toffee flavor thanks to coconut sugar and a touch of molasses.”

This recipe was republished with permission from Wicked Healthy.