Great Vegan Bake-Off 2015 – the Finalists

 

GVBO Finalist ButtonFor this year’s Great Vegan Bake-Off, we invited bloggers to put their baking skills to the test and show off their favourite vegan creations. And they responded in droves! We’ve had an overwhelming number of submissions featuring scrumptious vegan cakes, biscuits, muffins and other delicious treats come pouring in.

Picking the 10 finalists has been no easy task, but at long last, we’ve narrowed down all the delectable entries and can reveal our finalists.

Check out the list of our top baked goods, click on the links to see the recipes and scroll to the bottom of the page to cast your vote:

GVBO Finalist - Laurianne

Laurianne’s raw lemon-berry cheesecake from The Raw Cake Co: see the full recipe.

GVBO Finalist - Charis

Charis’ salted caramel popcorn macarons from Floral Frosting: see the full recipe.

GVBO Finalist - Julie

Julie’s chocolate cake with avocado frosting from Veggiephile: see the full recipe.

GVBO Finalist - Veronica and Amy

Veronica and Amy’s chocolate beetroot cake from Wrapped in Newspaper: see the full recipe.

GVBO Finalist - Lucy

Lucy’s baked Alaska from Lucy’s Friendly Foods: see the full recipe.

GVBO-Finalist-Hannah Crop

Hannah’s chocolate chip coconut cookie jars from Hannah Ogden: see the full recipe.

GVBO Finalist - Ellie

Ellie’s sugar-free Schichttorte from Ellie’s Recipes: see the full recipe.

GVBO Finalist - Laura

Laura’s bramble polenta cake from The Whole Ingredient: see the full recipe.

GVBO Finalist - Biff

Biff’s vegan doughnuts from Vegan Mess: see the full recipe.

Karen’s peach-and-raspberry crumble with vanilla custard from Veganise That!: See the full recipe.

Vote Now

You now have until 18 September to vote to help us decide who we should choose as the Great Vegan Bake-Off winner. PETA will give equal consideration to two factors when choosing the winner: the total number of votes that the entry receives and our final assessment of how tasty it looks. The winner will be announced on 21 September, and she will receive the glory of being crowned the greatest vegan baker as well as the warm and fuzzy feeling that comes with knowing that her recipe might be inspiring others to try cruelty-free baking.

Voting is now closed. The winner has been announced!