Inspired by my pumpkin tiramisu overnight oats, I made vegan no-bake pumpkin tiramisu tart. Or tarts, because I wanted to make four cute mini ones 🙂 This is a semi wholesome refined sugar-free dessert, which I also love to eat for breakfast. I actually had one as my second breakfast today with a big cup of coffee – a yummy match.
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Pumpkin tiramisu essentials
This tart is very easy to make and you can eat it right away or if you’re patient: let it set in the fridge overnight (or for a few hours) to make the flavors more intense and the filling thicker. The ingredient list is pretty wholesome, only 7 ingredients + sweetener and spices, similar to pumpkin tiramisu overnight oats:
- Rolled oats
- Almond butter
- Coconut oil
- Pumpkin puree
- Coconut yogurt
- Coconut cream
- Maple syrup & spices
Pumpkin tiramisu tart for breakfast?
Here are my tips for making these tarts as a lighter breakfast version:
- Crust: Use only a drop of maple syrup (or none) and add a bit more coffee in the crust (until crust is easy to shape and flatten into the tart mold).
- Filling: No need to add maple syrup if you want a sugar-free version. And you can use only coconut yogurt in the filling to make it a yogurt based brekkie.
So if you’re up for an easy-to-make, mix-with-a-spoon (no blender required), ready in 15 min dessert (or yummy breakfast), don’t hesitate to try this vegan no-bake pumpkin tiramisu tart – the flavors are just gorgeous together.
Love from the forest!
ps If you like cute mini tarts, I’ve got two other recipes for you:
Lingonberry cheesecake tarts (you can also use cranberry or any other berry!)
- 3,5 oz / 100 g (or 0,8 cups) rolled oats
- 3 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 tbsp almond butter
- 1,5 tbsp strong coffee
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- 1/2 tsp Ceylon cinnamon
- two pinches of cloves & nutmeg
- pinch of salt
- 3,5 oz / 100 g pumpkin puree
- 1/2 cup coconut yogurt
- 1/2 cup coconut cream (the thick creamy part from a coconut milk can)
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tbsp melted coconut oil
- To serve (optional): berries (I used frozen lingonberries and seabuckthorn), herbs (I used mint) and coconut cream or coconut yogurt colored pink with grated beet
- Mix crust ingredients with a spoon in a bowl until the batter sticks together. Taste and add more spices to taste.
- Press batter into four small tart molds or one bigger tart mold. Press some to the edges too.
- Mix filling ingredients in a bowl and scoop on top of the crust. Flatten with a knife.
- Optional: mix cream with a little bit of grated beet to get a pink cream. Decorate tarts with pink cream, berries and herbs.
- Let set in the fridge for a few hours or overnight or enjoy right away!