This Blanc-Mange recipe is a vegetarian friendly, traditional recipe with a modern twist. Irish Moss is a red seaweed which can be used instead of gelatine to set the dessert.
Desserts & Sweets
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This raw vegan chocolate pudding infused with a little espresso and made creamy with the addition of Irish Moss provides a healthier and delicious alternative.
A vegan fruit leather snack recipe with Irish Moss, a red seaweed, which is brimming with nutrients, makes a healthier sweet alternative. This will last in the fridge for months, if it lasts that long! You will need to make the Irish Moss gel in advance for this recipe.
This sea spaghetti winter fruit salad recipe by Prannie Rhatigan (from the ‘Irish Seaweed Kitchen’ cookbook), will keep several days and can even be frozen for future use.
This sweet Milk Custard Recipe with Sea Chicory will give you a creamy textured, delicious dessert loaded with many essential nutrients.
This vegan Chocolate Panna Cotta Tart Recipe is also gluten free. It features a quinao flaked crust and uses agar, derived from a red seaweed to set the chocolate filling instead of gelatine.
This vegan Blackcurrant Jelly Recipe with Agar, derived from a red seaweed, instead of gelatine, also has no artificial colours and flavourings. We have used blackcurrent to flavour this recipe but you can use any of your choice.
This vegan Crème Brûlée Recipe with Agar by Mei Yee has all the appeal of the French original without the gluten & cow’s milk. The perfect treat for a dessert indulgence!
This vegetarian Almond & Lychee Jelly served is a light & refreshing dessert. Because Agar adds many nutritional qualities to the mix, it is absolutely guilt-free!
This healthier banana bread recipe with sea lettuce will offer a soft flavour and is iron rich and iodine rich, thanks to the addition of sea lettuce.