If you’re looking at switching to a plant-based diet and are worried about limiting your dessert options, or you just want to indulge in some sweet treats, here’s where you can get a slice of heaven from these vegan bakeries in KL.
There’s always something for everyone and these vegan treats aren’t going to disappoint once you browse through our list. It doesn’t matter if you’ve switched to a new diet or have dietary restrictions because these bakeries are here to sort out your cravings. You’ll be spoiled with choices once you find out what we’ve curated you. From fluffy butterscotch cakes and banana bread to smoothie bowls and cookies, these bakeries got your back. What are you waiting for? Get scrolling and treat yourself today.
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Wownana‘s banana bread does not disappoint as the shop’s most popular treats on the menu are not only pleasing, but also tastes good, especially the signature, double chocolate, and so matcha love banana bread. Take one look at their Instagram page and you’ll know why it’s so hard to believe that the banana bread is vegan in the first place. Be sure to order the homemade peanut butter on the side to complete the Wownana experience.
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Here’s one place where you can get your smoothie fix on a warm day. Located in Plaza Damas, Hartamas, Rubberduck is your friendly neighbourhood cafe to fill your week with a hearty meal and tasty smoothie bowls to kickstart your mornings (or as a snack too). The best-selling items are the Berry Smoothie and Sunshine Smoothie that you can have in a bowl or as a drink. You can even order their vegan meal options, from tempeh bowl and quack bowl to millet pumpkin salad and hummus salad on the side to go with your smoothies. Check out their menu here.
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You can never say no to a good-looking pie to indulge in and thanks to fitness trainer/baker, Nadira Hamdan, she’s here to cure your gloomy days. Yougosmoothiebowl is known for its homemade granolas, but have you seen their Key Lime pies (RM55 for four and RM75 for six) and Salted Chocolate tart (RM100)? Another signature item is the Banana Bread Loaf if you want something easy-going (RM65, two loaves for RM100). Also, these specialities are available as gluten-free options.
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Baked KL has been around since 2013 and it’s inspiring how the founders/sisters started their business. It all started when they helped their family who has limited dietary restrictions by satisfying their sweet tooth with gluten-free and vegan treats. But don’t worry, there are non-vegan and non-gluten-free options too for varieties. From cookies and brownies to truffle and butterscotch cakes, and rich sea salt chocolate mousse, you’re spoiled with choices.
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You can never say no to ice cream on a hot day, especially when it’s from Kind Kones. This vegan ice cream outlet is no stranger to the dessert fanatics. The ice cream selections are a crowd’s favourite with the Almond Brittle Fudge, Salted Caramel Macadamia and Salted Chocolate Chip ice cream flavours. As much as we’d love to take a drive and enjoy our ice cream under the sun, you can also have them delivered to enjoy at home.
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If you were a regular at Sala KL or The Hungry Tapir, then you’ll probably recognise these desserts from Heart and Halo bakery on display. While the bakery does offer vegan selections, you should know that they have lacto-vegetarian options too. We discovered that their popular items are the vegan pandan kaya cupcakes, tiramisu cupcakes, black forest cake, and hazelnut chocolate cupcakes. However, if you’re feeling a little cheeky and want to explore more to cater to your taste, you can head over to their website.
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