Everyone’s favorite thing of the meal is the dessert. Finishing off a delicious dinner with something sweet is always nice. It doesn’t seem to matter how much turkey and stuffing you consume, and you always have a little bit of room. A dessert bar is a great addition to any party. There’s nothing better than a girl’s night in to catch up on The Bachelor, a Christmas party, or a baby shower. Inviting friends is a great idea if you’re a sweet tooth.
- Rely on what you have
If you’re creating a vegan Christmas dessert bar, bring Christmas decorations around the house and decorate your table. It’s guaranteed that your guests won’t even notice it used to be somewhere else.
- Keep the service wear neutral
You may be able to entertain your guests by looking for “good bargains” on white or kraft-colored serve ware. By doing so, whenever you decide to host a gathering, you will have everything you need in hand, ready to be used at a moment’s notice. Keep your palette white & neutral so you can easily color coordinate with your theme.
- Trimisu cake preparation
Vanilla and a touch of tang come from the mascarpone filling, and espresso and cocoa kick it. Tiramisu is an incredibly popular Italian dessert.
However, the Tiramisu cake elevates this caffeine-filled dessert to new heights. It combines vanilla sponge cake, brushed with espresso, layered with mascarpone frosting, and topped with whipped cream and cocoa powder for the best of both worlds! You can make it vegan, eggless, dairy-free, or gluten-free!
After making an excellent recipe, it is not uncommon to have plenty of mascarpone frosting leftover. Once your cake is chilled, apply the remaining mascarpone frosting to the outside and top of your cake.
Dust with cocoa powder and pipe the Forager Project coconut whipped cream on top. The cake should be placed in the fridge to set until serving time.
- Consider premade products
Everywhere you look, there is a dessert. Adding a unique touch to something premade or semi-made, making it your own can add a nice twist and make you shine with your creativity.
Vegan buttermilk must be added, a combination of Forager Project soymilk and apple cider vinegar. If you mix the two and allow them to sit for a few minutes, the mixture will curdle, producing dairy-free buttermilk, and your dessert bar menu was a success. A busy gal on the go knows how to make life easy with them.
- Make sure the table is full!
People don’t like to leave empty spaces on dessert tables. They believed nothing could overlap as a firm believer, and everything had to be aligned perfectly. That’s not true. You don’t have to cover the table with desserts totally, but fill them up with “something if there are empty spaces.” It gives the appearance that it’s “all together.” Instead of a bare plain-looking table that’s lacking a little something.