These easy vegan pumpkin bars with cream cheese frosting are what October was made for! Perfect for breakfast (or a midnight snack), these vegan pumpkin bars are lightly sweetened with maple syrup.. That means they’re refined-sugar-free, vegan, and delicious for the whole family!
Sweet Sanderson Sisters, I can’t believe it’s October already!
Almost immediately, white girls everywhere start drooling into their Pumpkin Spice Lattes while dragging their nasty boots all over the sidewalk. (Pick up your feet, BECKY!)
Does that mean the rest of us have to be shamed into pretending we don’t enjoy pumpkin season?
In fact, basic white girls do not own the season. Let’s take it back in style with these Vegan Pumpkin Bars!
Ohmysweetjesus, these vegan pumpkin bars are everything I needed this week.
However, I have a confession: Until now, I had never had cream cheese frosting.
I know, I know!! What have I been doing with my life!?
Instead, this vegan cream cheese frosting was as every bit delicious as the real thing (thanks to my omni family’s comparison!). Best of all, it seriously took 2 minutes to whip it up.
Pumpkin Bars for Every Part of the Day!
Lastly, I’m sure you’ve heard my bitching about overly-sweet desserts disguised as breakfast.
I hate them, my boyfriend’s stomach hates them, and I can’t stand sugar-rush-withdraws.
That’s not a problem with these babes, though! They’re sweetened to work perfectly as a breakfast or midnight snack.. We don’t discriminate!
I am the vegan foodie behind Serving Realness; a blog dedicated to showcasing my love for the art of cooking. I believe in keeping food simple and real, while tying it into living a dynamic healthy lifestyle.
Although I'm a comfort-food boy at heart, I satisfy my cravings with mindful indulgence. Read more about my health journey on the about page, it's a magical place 🌿
Serving Realness is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com
Links to other sites may or may not be affiliate links, not limited to Amazon.com.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.