One benefit of being vegan used to be not having constant temptation and easy access to unhealthy desserts. Not any more. Vegan treats in Charlotte are becoming much easier to come by. We’re not mad about it. This is a comprehensive list of all the Charlotte vegan desserts.
Sunflour offers a vegan chocolate chip brownie, raspberry wheat muffin and banana chocolate chip muffin regularly along with non-dairy milk for your coffee selection. They also occasionally have cupcakes available or you can place an order.
Popping up at events around Charlotte and weekly drops around town at changing locations on the weekends, Move That Dough serves vegan donuts, cakes, cookies, and more. Currently they can be found at Eastside Local every weekend.
Specializing in vegan rice krispy treats and gluten free brownies, you can find their treats at Pure Pizza, People’s Market, and Eastside Local Eatery. Check their Instagram for their drop spots.
They always have the Kitty Cat Cake, cupcakes, cheesecake, old fashioned cake available and then there is most often an additional dessert special.
Normally, a place with just one vegan offering would not be worthy of being mentioned. But when that vegan offering cost just $0.95 and comes in the form of a delicious hand made glazed doughnut, you make an exception. Stop here if you’re near the Park Road Shopping Center or Optimist Hall. They now have multiple vegan options!
Located in Southend, they typically offer a coconut-based vegan ice cream flavor or two.
Makes amazing looking cakes (follow @craftcakesclt on Instagram). According to their web site, the majority of their cakes are vegan.
Located in Southend, the majority of their doughnut offerings are vegan and delicious.
This Instagram account is from a co-owner of Cafe Ganache and drops a variety of vegan pastries (croissants, kronuts, cinnamon rolls, etc.) around town and Oh My Soul.
These treats seem to pop up all over town (Hex, Clean Juice, Studio Coffee). Not all vegan, but usually a vegan option.
Seems to be an accidentally, all-vegan gelato shop in Matthews. They have a plethora of flavors and the choices aren’t limited to lousy fruit options. To be fair, their fruit flavors are great too.
First franchise location in North Carolina arrived in Charlotte-land (Indian Trail) March of 2018 with other locations now open in Belmont and Concord. 100% vegan cinnamon rolls and brownies.
Title Belt Ice Cream is a vegan pop up ice cream company popping up around Charlotte.
Mel’s offers a variety of treats such as sticky buns and cookies that can be delivered in the Charlotte area.
Jazina’s Creations has vegan cupcake and cake options.
Bunny Treats came to Charlotte from Brooklyn and their treats (pop-tarts, cookies, scones) have been seen around town.
Serves some vegan treats in the Davidson area.
MuuRaw provides organic, raw, vegan, and gluten-free desserts, as well as snacks, salads and prepared meals. Desserts are available at Rhino Market.
Currently offering 8 non-dairy ice creams in south Charlotte.
Vegan donuts available for order online.