The BEST Plant-Based Black Forest Cupcakes ๐Ÿง oil-free vegan recipe!


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These Plant-Based Vegan Black Forest Cupcakes combine the delicious tartness of dark cherries with the richness of chocolate …

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  1. Dawn
    Dawn says:

    i wonder why you don't use coconut cream type frostings more often…Maybe because it's canned..?…But you could also blend up "fresh' coconut, or blended coconut chips or flakes…i think coconut is one of the most perfect foods, together with chocolate, especially….Or maybe a blend of cashew and coconut….๐ŸŽ‚

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  2. LMQ 825
    LMQ 825 says:

    Hi Jill, in the video you say 1 1/2 cups of dates for the cake, but the recipe linked below says 3/4 cup. Can you clarify? Thanks! These sound amazing =)

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  3. Jilleyful
    Jilleyful says:

    I'm excited for this recipe! Black Forest Cake was my husband's favorite cake before he developed Celiac's disease, and we went vegan. I'm going to make these for him, and see what he thinks! Thank you for posting this!

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  4. LeeAnnah's Creations
    LeeAnnah's Creations says:

    If you are not strictly gluten Free, you can use half Wheat Flour and half oat flour. That's what I did this past weekend when I made Jill's Oreo Cake. It stabilizes the crumb and it's easier to handle with the Wheat in it.

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  5. Miranda
    Miranda says:

    Just a suggestion: Tiger nuts are marble sized tubers. They may work are a substitute for nuts in this recipe. I do make tiger nut milk and then use the pulp in baking…it works the same as almond pulp. tiger nuts are pretty pricey for sure, but the flavor is absolutely wonderfully sweet!

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