Vegan pastries are amazing. I’ll admit that pastries aren’t my favorite dessert but these Vegan California Peach Pastries will make you fall in love. So light and flaky, yet made without any butter or lard. This is a vegan recipe to celebrate.
I have always been a thick cakey dessert kind of person. I love vegan brownies, vegan cakes, things with some heavy mass to them. Of course it makes it hard to maintain a healthy vegan diet if you eat too much, but I’m only human right?
The idea of vegan pastries is unique because of the methods traditional bakers use to get them so light and fluffy. Things like butter or even lard, and eggs brushed on them. This recipe is proof you don’t have to do any of those things to make a killer vegan peach pastry recipe.
These little things are fluffy and stuffed with golden peach puree. The peach mixture and a couple little chunks of butter are folded over and sealed inside the dough. Each hand pie is coated with soy milk that helps develop a glaze.
These sweet treats are golden and the pastry is baked to delicate light perfection. Fruit-filled, savory, and totally attractive food is what you need today. Try these fun portable treat; they are easy to make and will be ready please your guests in no time.
This vegan dessert recipe and beautiful photos are courtesy of The Viet Vegan. You can get this Vegan California Peach Pastries Recipe by clicking here.