Natillas is a typical Spanish dessert (similar to creme brulee) made with milk, eggs, sugar, vanilla and cinnamon. I loved natillas so much before being vegan, that’s why I’m happy to share this recipe with you. These vegan apple natillas are delicious, easy to make and are ready in 15 or 20 minutes.
Use any kind of apples you like or you can find in your area, but I prefer to use Russet apples because I love how they taste. I peeled the apples, but this step is optional, although if you’re not using organic apples I recommend you to peel them.
You don’t need to use oat milk (you can find the recipe in our FREE E-Cookbook), I use it because it’s low in fat and I like the flavor, but there are so many plant milk you can use instead. Take a look to our 9 easy plant milk recipes post, all the recipes are easy to make and homemade milks, taste better, are cheaper and also healthier than store-bought.
My favorite sweeteners to make natillas are agave (or maple) syrup and coconut sugar, but you can use any sweetener you want. If you use other kind of sweetener you can add a small amount of it, try the natillas and add more if you want….