Healthy Vegan Desserts: Bodhi Tree Cafe
Bodhi Tree Cafe strictly serves Western and Thai vegetarian dishes, but vegans will be pleased to hear that there are also many of egg, butter, milk, yogurt, and honey-free finds on the menu, as well. Lotus is the heart and soul of the kitchen at Bodhi Tree Cafe, and she and her staff of all women will certainly make you feel at home as you indulge in the sweet finds here. The long-term goal of the cafe is to create a community made up of like-minded human beings, made up of both locals and travelers alike. The team here also wants to bring positive change in the world with good food and healthy practices that help both the humans and the planet they call home.
The menu features a wide array of dishes that are both vegetarian and vegan, but one thing that sets this cafe apart are the many delicious and animal product-free desserts they are dishing out. Check out the chocolate brownie for only ฿60, or instead indulge in a delicious Thai favorite: the pumpkin in coconut milk (฿50). There is also banana with coconut milk (฿50), raw and vegan mango and coconut cheesecake (฿100), and mango with sticky rice (฿80). Whether you come here for the vegan desserts, the laid-back vibe, a yoga class, or simply to chill with the lovely owner, you cannot go wrong by visiting Bodhi Tree Cafe.
Vegan Cake, Muffins, and More: Blue Diamond: The Breakfast Club
Whether you believe in veganism or not, you cannot turn down the delicious desserts at Blue Diamond: The Breakfast Club. This bakery and restaurant duo is accommodating to all diets: vegans, carnivores, gluten-free diners, and more. This restaurant is serving up everything from vegan cinnamon rolls to vegan chocolate and peanut butter brownies, and most of the tasty finds here are gluten-free, so you can feel a tiny less guilty for purchasing a few of the desserts lining the interior of Blue Diamond: The Breakfast Club.
This restaurant has the widest selection of vegans desserts and all are incredibly affordable, with treats starting out at as little as ฿30 (about $0.90). The venue is also found in the heart of the city and is serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever it is you have time and end a delicious meal with a vegan dessert.
Vegan and Gluten-Free Desserts: Cat House
As one of our favorite restaurants in all of Chiang Mai, we were not surprised that Cat House was equipped with plenty of vegan desserts in addition to delicious food. This restaurant has one of the most international-friendly menu items in the entire city, with everything from Mexican to Italian cuisine on the menu.
The open-air eatery has a few vegan finds amongst its desserts, and though it may not have the overwhelming number of choices like that found at Blue Diamond: The Breakfast Club, they are impressive all the same. We highly recommend the vegan and gluten-free brownie, coming in at a whopping ฿70 (about $2.10)
Raw Vegan Desserts: Goodsouls Kitchen
Even though Goodsoul Kitchen only opened last year, it has already made quite the impression on the vegan scene in Chiang Mai. Its sister venue is Reform Kafe, though Goodsouls is definitely favorited by those travelers with a sweet tooth. In addition to faux meat options, Goodsouls Kitchen is also equipped with vegan cheesecake, vegan ice cream made of coconut milk, and more. If you are on the hunt for something a bit heartier and healthier, maybe their wholewheat vegan pancakes topped with fruit are more your style. Whatever it is you are craving, Goodsouls Kitchen aims to please with its extensive dessert menu.
Brunch Cafe with Vegan Sweets: Rustic & Blue
From the farm to the table, Rustic & Blue is one of the top restaurants in the city for one too many reasons. This venue has dishes to please everyone who visits, a bomb brunch menu, and vegan desserts to boot. Indulge in your sweet tooth while remaining healthy by enjoying their chocolatey smoothie bowl. Make it a cheat day and instead have one of their vegan desserts, like their raw vegan berry cheesecake. For those of you visiting during the hot season, be sure to try this charming cafe’s vegan ice cream!
Vegan Pudding: Pure Vegan Heaven
Pure Vegan Heaven is an animal-free oasis of delicious finds. There are a total of five desserts on the menu, but visitors will still have trouble deciding on only one. The raw chocolate avocado pot de creme (฿129) was a hit: a jar filled with raw avocado, cacao, and coconut milk custard that also happened to be gluten-free. They are also serving up banana fritters (฿129), date sticky toffee cafe (฿139), raw passion fruit and kefir mouse (฿129), as well as raw mango chia pudding (฿129). Whether you want something sweet, fruity, and are simply craving a vegan dessert because they are hard to find, this is the venue to frequent. They also have locations in Phuket, Koh Phangan, and Koh Yao Noi, in case you miss out on visiting them while in Chiang Mai.
Location: Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 11, Tambon Su Thep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand — VIEW MAP
Contact: +66 052 001 447 | Website
Hours: Daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. (closed on Wednesdays)
Vegan Pastry: Da’s Home Bakery
It is no surprise that those travelers who do not abide by any dietary restrictions become regulars at Da’s Home Bakery. This quaint eatery tucked down a quiet soi (street) inside Old City has slowly but surely grown in popularity to all those who visit the northern capital, regardless of their diet (or lack thereof).
In addition to great and hearty mains available for affordable prices, this bakery also has one of the most extensive selections of baked goods in town. The majority of them are vegan-friendly. Best of all, the friendly owner is happy to warm up any one of the muffins, cinnamons rolls, or other treats she has at the ready for visitors to indulge in, making this venue the place to visit for those of you looking for the best vegan desserts in Chiang Mai.
Vegan Smoothies: Imm Aim Vegetarian And Bike Café
Eat local and go veggie at Imm Aim Vegetarian and Bike Café. This meat-free dining venue uses seasonal ingredients and local produce in each of their dishes. You will find delicious vegetarian breakfasts, sandwiches, wraps, pasta, salads, and more on the extensive menu here. What makes this particular cafe stand out are the delicious dessert smoothies, however. Cow milk can be substituted with coconut milk, and the list of tasty smoothies is seemingly endless. Delicious finds include their banana with peanut butter or chocolate, fresh coconut with cinnamon, or the fresh coconut with cinnamon. Satisfaction is guaranteed at Imm Aim Vegetarian and Bike Café, as well. If you do not like a dish, let the staff know and return it: you won’t be charged!
Vegan Cheesecake: Pink House Garden
As its name suggests, Pink House Garden is a quaint eatery that looks more like a garden than a dining venue. It is found just outside of the 800-year-old moat that surrounds the Old City and is equipped with plenty of delicious finds, including vegan-friendly desserts. You never know what vegan desserts are going to be on the menu at Pink House Garden as they are made fresh, making each day a surprise. Most of the desserts are gluten-free and raw, and you can expect to find everything from apple pie to chocolate mousse cake at Pink House Garden. In addition to tasty desserts, most of the food items are gluten-free and cost about ฿60-100, which is not bad considering the quantity and quality of all the Thai meals on the menu.
Vegan Venue and Social Enterprise: Free Bird Cafe
No eggs, no dairy, no meat: what more could you want from a vegetarian and vegan restaurant? Free Bird Cafe is a social enterprise and restaurant duo serving up some of the most delicious vegan menu items in town, including their desserts. The vegan chocolate brownie was melt-in-your-mouth good and is served with a rich chocolate drizzle, and the best part is, it will only set you back a few bucks! In addition to great food items, this cafe with a cause promotes a sustainable lifestyle in its every aspect: from the lightly used items sold in the back of the store to the bamboo straws used in their beverages, this is one venue you can feel good about coming and indulging in.
Vegan Cookies: Mild Kitchen
Get ready to be overwhelmed with the sheer number of vegan desserts found at Mild Kitchen. This quaint eatery is known for its plethora of delicious Thai dishes, but vegans will surely find themselves heading here when on the hunt for something that is both sweet and cheap. Some of the cookies you can expect to find here include ginger, peanut, cinnamon and cashew nuts, orange, chocolate oatmeal, strawberry, chocolate prune, and much more.
Location: 24 Sri Poom Rd Lane 1, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand — VIEW MAP
Contact: +66 53 287 639
Hours: Daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
More Information on Vegan Chiang Mai Tips
Did you love this article on where to get the best vegan desserts in Chiang Mai? If your sweet tooth is still not yet fulfilled or you just want more information about vegan and vegetarian food in Chiang Mai, then be sure to check out these articles we have rounded-up featuring the best venues to indulge in!
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- The 13 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Chiang Mai by Kelly Iverson for Mad Monkey Hostels
- The Complete Chiang Mai Vegan Food Guide for Mostly Amelie
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