Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae (GF)

Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae (GF)

I’m back with another delicious autumnal dessert! This Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae is a delicious, comforting dessert for this time of year and the perfect healthier way to satisfy your sweet tooth! 

Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae (GF)

You may have already noticed, but I’ve recently got really into having healthy sundaes for dessert (like this Fig Tahini Sundae).

I love having cooked fruit of some shape or form in my desserts at this time of year, but sometimes making a pie, pudding, or crumble is too much effort.  

I love the pairing of pear and dark chocolate, which I’ve previously used to make an almond pudding and a healthier crumble.

So I knew I just had to make a sundae with pear and chocolate. I just love the contrast of the soft, warm pears and the rich, decadent, (2-ingredient!) chocolate syrup, paired with the creamy coconut yogurt and crunchy roasted nuts.

Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae (GF)

I personally like to make this sundae with coconut yogurt as I love the contrast of the tangy flavour of yogurt with the sweet pears, but you could also use (dairy-free) vanilla or chocolate ice cream.

For the topping, I went with some chopped almonds, but you could use hazelnuts, or even rice puffs. Basically anything with a contrastingly crunchy texture should work!

Incidentally, this sundae is also gluten-free and you can make it naturally sweetened (if you make sure to find a naturally sweetened dark chocolate), but it certainly doesn’t taste like it!

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Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae (GF)
Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae (GF)
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
20 mins

This Vegan Pear Dark Chocolate Sundae is an easy and healthy dessert that's perfect for autumn and winter!

Course: Dessert
Servings: 2
Calories: 135 kcal
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil (or sub any other flavourless oil)
  • 1 pear, cored, peeled and diced
For the chocolate syrup:
  • 30 g (1oz) dark chocolate (ensure dairy-free if necessary)
  • Splash of milk, any kind
To serve:
  • 4 tablespoons coconut yogurt*
  • Handful of roasted almonds, roughly chopped (or sub hazelnuts)**
  1. Heat up the coconut oil in a frying pan or pot
  2. Add the pears and a tiny splash of water and cook for around 10 minutes, stirring regularly, until the pears have softened but are still retaining their shape
  3. Set aside once the pears have cooked
For the chocolate syrup:
  1. In the same pan, melt the chocolate with a splash of milk - add as little or as much milk as you like depending on how runny you'd like your syrup to be. Add extra sweetener if you wish
To serve:
  1. Arrange the cooked pears in your sundae glasses of choice, layered with the coconut yogurt, and pour over the chocolate syrup
  2. Top with the chopped nuts and enjoy immediately!
Recipe Notes

*Substitute with your favourite (dairy-free) vanilla ice cream
**Subsitute brown rice puffs, rice krispies, cornflakes, granola, or any other nuts!

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