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Vegan pastry

Where tradition meets the present

The rise of vegan pastry

In a world where conscious consumption and ethical choices have taken center stage, the world of plant-based cuisine has experienced a remarkable evolution. 

While vegan pastry may have once been regarded as a niche or restrictive pursuit, it has now emerged as a thriving domain that transcends dietary choices. Vegan pastry, far from being a limitation, embraces a world of possibilities, challenging conventional wisdom and encouraging exploration, while exploiting the power of nature's offerings to create innovative combinations and new techniques. 

Prepare to be inspired as we dive into the world of plant-based pastry, where passion meets precision, and artistic expression thrives.

5 tips for your vegan production

  1. Understand vegan ingredients: familiarize yourself with a wide range of vegan ingredients, learning how these ingredients interact with each other and traditional pastry components. 

  2. Experiment with flavors and textures: embrace the versatility of vegan ingredients and explore new flavor combinations and textures. Incorporate fruits, nuts, spices, and natural extracts to enhance the taste profile of your vegan pastries, and play with different plant-based fats to achieve new textures. 

  3. Learn alternative binding agents: eggs are a common binding agent in traditional pastries, but in vegan baking, they need to be replaced. Experiment with alternatives like soy lecithin or mashed bananas. Understand how these substitutes affect the structure and texture of your baked goods.

  4. Master vegan substitutes for dairy: replace dairy products with plant-based alternatives such as almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk, or oat milk. Additionally, explore vegan butter or margarine options that can be used as substitutes for dairy butter.

  5. Differentiate storage of vegan creations from traditional pastries: when stocking vegan creations alongside traditional pastries, it's important to consider their unique characteristics. Vegan pastries often have different moisture levels and can be more delicate or perishable than their non-vegan counterparts. To maintain their optimal quality, consider storing vegan pastries separately or in designated areas to avoid cross-contamination and ensure their distinct flavors and textures are preserved. 

To empower you

Approaching vegan pastry may be challenging at first since it requires a shift in mindset, as well as a willingness to explore new possibilities and embrace innovative approaches, but: 

"Remember, practice and experimentation are key when mastering vegan pastry production. With time and experience, you will develop a solid foundation and gain confidence in creating incredible vegan desserts that rival their non-vegan counterparts."


- Our pastry and chocolate Ambassadors

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