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Where To Get Vegan Cakes In Melbourne

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    Are you trying to crush that craving with the best vegan cakes in Melbourne? We’ve got you covered!

    Sweet treats and vegan food go hand-in-hand in Australia! There is no shortage of vegan cakes in Melbourne.

    Here, you can find everything from vanilla slices to lamingtons and jam-filled doughnuts. These are the cakes that define typical Australian favourites, after all.

    You can also find cheesecakes, sponge cakes, gateau and pastries that celebrate Melbourne’s multicultural vibe. Melbourne knows how to make good vegan cakes. Melbourne is the third most vegan-friendly city in the world. It’s home to many a skilled vegan cake maker.

    If you’re looking for a fantastic vegan cake for your next birthday, wedding or casual Tuesday night, look no further. We have compiled the ultimate list of Vegan cakes in Melbourne.

    Most of the below bakers will be able to accommodate any other dietary requirements such as Gluten Free. If you are looking for raw cakes, please see our guide to the best natural treats in Melbourne.

    Mister Nice Guy’s BakeShop

    mister nice guy’s bakeshop

    151 Union Rd, Ascot Vale VIC 3032

    Everyone’s favourite – and for a good reason – Mister Nice Guy’s started out as a small family business and quickly grew into Melbourne’s best-known vegan bakery. It serves up a huge selection of cakes, shakes, bagels, sandwiches, doughnuts, scrolls, coffee, and much, much more.

    Self-proclaimed baketivists Lucas Cook and Deb Kantor created Mister Nice Guys Bakeshop in 2010. With some of the most decadent vegan cakes in Melbourne, their shop is worth visiting even if you aren’t looking for cake.


    The Kindness Echoes

    the kindness echoes melbourne vegan bakeshop

    South Yarra, order online

    Spreading her kindness through Melbourne, Georgia specialises in low waste 100% vegan cakes. With some of the best Gluten-free and refined sugar-free cakes, you can feel a little less guilty when you indulge in these amazing cakes.


    Sweet Abandon Celebration & Speciality Cakes

    sweet abandon celebration & speciality cakes melbourne

    Mornington Peninsula

    On a mission to create vegan sweet treats that are organic, allergy-friendly, cruelty-free & nourishing. Sweet Abandon Celebration & Specialty Cakes will create something special for any occasion.


    La Panella Bakery

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    465 High St, Preston VIC 3072

    This small bakery in Preston has become famous for its wide variety of baked goods, which are sold at astonishingly cheap prices. From pies to “sausage” rolls to vanilla slices and doughnuts, you’ll find everything your heart desires here. Be prepared to get carried away and leave with a huge box full of goodies.


    Crumbs Organic Bakehouse

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    170 Union Rd, Ascot Vale VIC 3032

    The sourdough bread here is well known throughout Melbourne for its distinctive taste and affordable price. Plenty of gluten-free options are available, and almost everything is vegan, including cakes and pizza slices. With two locations to choose from, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to artisan baked goods.



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    3 Railway Pl, Cremorne 3121

    For the best bagels in town, head to Sable in Cremorne. With 14 bagels on their menu – including ‘smoked salmon and ‘fried chicken’ – the only problem you’ll have at Sable is choosing which one. And don’t forget to pick up a few of their delicious home-baked cookies on the way out!


    Baking Bad

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    Baking Bad is an online bakery that provides cakes and cupcakes for every occasion. The owners pride themselves on running a truly ethical business, and 10 per cent of all takings are donated directly to animal welfare charities. Leftovers are also presented to animal welfare organisations. If you’re lucky, you might also spot Baking Bad at pop-up markets and events around the city, as well as in select stores and cinemas.


    The Hatter & The Hare

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    One of the fantastic pastry kitchens in Melbourne, The Hatter & The Hare, has 3 celebration cakes that can be veganised, including the Boho, Watercolour and Choco Celebration cakes.


    The Cake Collective


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    This bakery and deli specialises in vegan celebration cakes, pastries, and other desserts and operates from a quaint little “hole-in-the-wall” location in Moonee Ponds. The delicious cake creations look terrific and taste great, too.


    Raw Trader

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    10 Sutherland St, Melbourne VIC 3000

    Something of an “un-bakery”, this rustic café specialises in raw desserts and treats. Situated near Melbourne Central railway station, it offers an impressive variety of cakes, and the guilt-free menu is full of healthy foods and superfoods. There are also cooking demonstrations and workshops for those keen to learn the inside secrets.


    Von’s Vegan Bake House

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    This small business serves up yummy baked goods and delicious treats at events throughout Melbourne at events using locally obtained ingredients. You can also find its products in selected cafés or order cakes online for special occasions.


    Conscious Cravings Co.

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    226 Beach Road Mordialloc VIC 3195

    Conscious Cravings Co. is famous for its raw, refined sugar-free vegan slices and cakes.

    They use high quality organic or pesticide-free ingredients as well as local produce where possible. But don’t let the word raw turn you away! Conscious Cravings Co.’s gorgeous creations are significant in flavour.

    Make your order for a cup of warming coffee and a slice as you sit back outside (or indoors) while listening to waves from nearby Parkdale Beach.

    Their peanut butter crunch tart or lemon tart with sprigs of lavender are tasty choices. At the same time, a simple slice of banana bread is a favourite (non-raw) among regulars. This is a must on any vegan cakes in Melbourne list!

    Power Plant 

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    Power Plant is a bright and vibrant café in the outer northeast. It includes lots of vegan cakes and baked treats. You can try the many vegan cakes in the cabinet with an element of surprise because the choices change constantly.

    You’ll find an abundance of hot drinks here, including good coffee and tea, as well as ‘specialty’ lattes like turmeric, beetroot or red velvet.

    If you need a cake for a celebration, you can order one in advance here. We suggest the ‘Funfetti Cookie Cake’. It will elevate any special occasion.

    Don’t miss this excellent spot for vegan cakes in Melbourne!


    The Vegan Club 

    the vegan club bakeshop melbourne

    793 Rathdowne Street Carlton North VIC 3054

    The Vegan Club is a 100% plant-based café in Carlton, Melbourne’s heartland for good Italian espresso. Owners Elena and Andrew have created a bright space that celebrates their search for a healthier lifestyle without compromising big vegan tastes.

    It’s here where you’ll find loads of freshly baked treats, including a veganised version of the Australian favourite – the lamington. A lamington is a large, fresh cube of fluffy vanilla sponge coated in chocolate syrup and rolled in desiccated coconut.


    La Panella Bakery 

    la panella bakery melbourne

    465 High St Preston, VIC, Australia 3072

    Melbourne’s Vietnamese community knows how to bake, and La Panella is a vegan cake institution in Melbourne.

    While it’s a vegetarian bakery, La Panella stocks an ample supply of vegan pies, cakes, pastries, sausage rolls, slices and doughnuts, plus hot drinks. Custard tarts and dusted jam-filled doughnuts are more quintessential Aussie fare, and you can buy many here.

    If you want to buy in bulk, you can. First, choose from La Panella’s wide selection of cakes and pastries baked daily, then have them packaged up in takeaway trays.

    You can also buy slices and mini tarts, including another Australian favourite – the Hedgehog. This is a chocolate slice filled with walnuts and biscuit (cookie) pieces then smothered in a thick layer of chocolate icing on top.


    Smith & Deli

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    Smith & deli is the sister location for the iconic Smith & Daughters restaurant. This is a corner stop New York-style all-vegan deli in vegan-friendly Fitzroy.

    Not only can you order massive deli-style bagels, breakfast muffins, sandwiches and deli supplies here, but the vegan cake selection is also indulgent. You can get your hands on cinnamon and jam-filled doughnuts, crispy croissants, iced doughnuts (such as their mint-chip or key lime doughnuts), orange and poppyseed cake or carrot cake (another Aussie favourite). Plus, they have cookies and slices. There are delicate tarts, including Smith & Deli’s tasty pecan tart in a short pastry.

    If you want to try a baked savoury treat, choose a vegan cheesy vegemite scroll, another huge Aussie favourite. You can also buy hot drinks to go – soy chai is always a winner here.

    For something more significant, celebration cakes for a special occasion can be ordered in advance. Just make sure you arrive early; the line is almost always out the door.


    Tidbit Cakes

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    255 Mary Street, Richmond, VIC 3121

    Tidbit Cakes creates unique, handcrafted centrepiece cakes for all occasions, as well as the prettiest macaroons you’ve ever seen.

    Tidbit Cakes creates unique, handcrafted centrepiece cakes for all occasions. Everything we make is 100% vegan and we go to great lengths to source high quality and ethically sourced ingredients.

    Our head baker, decorator and owner Rhi, is obsessed with creating vegan alternatives that do not compromise on flavour or style.


    Ka Pies

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    250 Hampshire Rd, Sunshine VIC 3020

    Famously winning the “Australia’s Best Pie” Award for one of its vegan pies, this Sunshine pie shop bakes in a traditional New Zealand style and offers some great vegan options. Who doesn’t love a tasty pie? Ka Pies is proof that no animals have to die for a delicious pie that everyone can enjoy.


    Boutique Cake Art

    boutique cakes melbourne

    79 Anderson Street, Yarraville VIC 3013

    Specialising in weddings and events, this Yarraville cake shop makes the most beautiful cakes with the “wow” factor. There are 10 vegan flavours on offer, including double chocolate, cookies and cream, rosewater and pistachio, and vanilla raspberry. If you need a cake to impress guests at an expensive function, look no further.


    Cedar Bakery

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    33–37 High Street, Thornbury VIC 3072

    This Lebanese bakery recently expanded its vegan offerings and now serves a wide selection of goodies, including vegan cheese, spinach pastries, and mixed vegetable ones. It’s perfect for a filling, cruelty-free treat on a cold day!


    Vegan Cakes by Monika

    vegan cakes by monika

    40 Bulli Street, Moorabbin VIC 3189

    Monika Mehta, a professional cake decorator, merged her love of sweet things with her passion for following a vegan lifestyle. All her cakes are baked fresh to order online for any special occasion you may have.


    Saint Cake

    saint cake bakeshop melbourne

    With yet another online store offering custom cake creations, Melburnians are spoilt for choice when it comes to cakes for special occasions! Choose from several vegan flavours, and create a cake to remember. If you have a gluten allergy, Saint Cake has you covered with a vast variety of gluten-free options.


    Mahadeva’s Kitchen

    mahadeva’s kitchen

    Maidstone, Vic

    Mahadeva’s Kitchen specialises in wholesale, catering and corporate orders across Melbourne, providing delicate and delicious cakes, brownies and chocolates – all vegan, of course! If you are in the Maidstone area, you can also find these treats on UBER eats and Deliveroo.

    A vegan cake may be healthier for the environment and it may contain fewer saturated fats than a non-vegan cake but it's not a health food and shouldn't be eaten too often. However a slice of vegan cake is healthier than having two slices of vegan cake.
    Vegan Cakes should be stored in the same way as non-vegan cakes. They should be stored at room temperature and wrapped in cling film. If the cake is cut, the sides should also be covered with cling film.
    You've baked your cake. You've let the layers cool. But before you can cover them with a luscious layer of frosting, you need to get your cake ready. Make sure the layers have cooled for a couple of hours after they come out of the oven, or even overnight in the refrigerator.
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