Christmas is coming, and so are the all-day eating bonanza and festive dinner parties. While many people eat meat dishes lie prime rib, chicken or hams, there are loads of vegan dishes too that can dress up the holiday table. After all, feasting with friends and family will be even merrier when compassion is paired with the abundance of the season.
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Choosing festive vegan recipes for Christmas menu is not as difficult as it sounds when Christmas 365 Greetings is here to help you with the holiday party. So here are a few yummy vegan recipes to make your holiday gatherings easier and even healthier.
These cookies are very easy to whip up and are totally vegan.
This eggnog is one of the easiest and yummiest drinks to make from the scratch. And it happens to be vegan, raw and refined sugar-free as well.
If you have vegan + gluten free friends for Christmas dinner, then this cranberry, maple, and lentil loaf will make a great addition.
Buckwheat stuffed capsicum will make a great side dish. Alternatively, you can fill it with quinoa, rice or any other grain of your choice. But ensure that the grain does not have too much of flavor as you’ll be adding veggies, spices and herbs as well.
Here’s a recipe for scrumptious caramelized cauliflower tossed with green beans and Brussels sprout leaves. The garlic and roasted lemon dressing complements the flavor well.
This vegan pot pie with a crunchy crust will make a comforting meal in the cold Christmas evenings. The crust is much lighter than most of the pot pie crust, so if you like something thicker, then you can go for a puff pastry instead.
Pizzas make a great addition for every occasion, be it a holiday, a party or a wedding. Veggie White Pizza is an excellent alternative of regular pizzas for the vegans. Even the recipe for the dough is included here.
Kahlua truffles are the easy indulgence. The ingredients are very fun to work and turn into a chocolaty delight when they are mixed.
There are very few dishes better than a pot of meatballs and sauce to feed the guests. But what about guests who are vegan? We have a meatball recipe for them too. Click on the link to know more about it.
Oh my, these Matcha brownies look delicious. And being delicious isn’t just the sole good thing about this recipe. It’s super easy to whip up and looks beautiful too!
Here’s an excellent empanada recipe made with chickpea flour and filled with creamy, sweet potato, kale, and black beans. A healthy and family friendly dish!
Despite being a die-hard lover of protein balls, I couldn’t come up with the idea of adding ginger and to them. Roll them in coconut, cocoa or chopped nuts to make each ball look different and taste delicious.
Mini Pumpkin Pie Tarts With Sunflower Cookie Crust is a perfect Christmas brunch recipe. The combination of sunflower seed butter and full-fat coconut cream is an excellent replacement for cashews. And the toasted sunflower and oat cookie crust complement the creamy pie filling extremely well.
This delicious and creamy vegan Caesar salad will definitely please the crowd. If you want, you can skip the chickpea croutons and use your own croutons instead.
In this recipe, the roasted cauliflower is drizzled with flavorful tahini sauce made from black sesame seeds. You can use the regular tahini paste also.
Christmas is incomplete with a serving of mashed potatoes. So we’ve got you a fluffy vegan mashed potato recipe that you can enjoy without compromising on the flavor.
During the holidays, it’s always great to have a few dishes that do not need the oven. This salad has a perfect combination of sweetness and tanginess with a slight crunch.
Here’s a classic Christmas recipe with a slight twist. It has no eggs and is even simpler than most of the Christmas fruit cake recipes.
Here’s a shout out to all the chocolate macaroon lovers. This decadent tart combines two classic flavors- coconut and dark chocolate. The filling is made of rich chocolate and 70% dark chocolate and tastes just like chocolate macaroons.
Here’s one helluva Christmas biscuit. This cookie has cinnamon and ginger, the traditional Christmas flavors. Then you have coconut as well.
There’s nothing better than a warm soup on a cold winter day. Roast Pumpkin And Coconut Soup is a straightforward dish and is even filling for soup with just a few ingredients.
Gingerbread Pumpkin Cheesecake Bar is a perfect recipe to celebrate the transition from autumn to the Christmas season. You know what the best part of this recipe is. It does not require baking!
We are in awe of this cake. It makes eating sweet potato, oh-so-easy. The sweet potato is not just in the cake, but is incorporated in the frosting too! And you know what the best part is? It doesn’t taste like sweet potato even a wee bit.
Here’s the recipe for light, fluffy and natural red velvet cupcakes made with beets. But make sure you use vegan cream cheese to keep it vegan.
This dish looks so Christmassy! Tossed with festive ingredients like pecans and cranberries, the quinoa is beautifully served is roasted acorn squash halves.
Oatmeal cookies are favorites when growing up. So why not make a few for Christmas as well? These soft and chewy cookies will be a special treat this Christmas.
Wondering what’s Tiramisini? Tiramisini is the idea of serving delicious pudding in elegant cocktail classes. You can serve this elegant recipe in small teacups as well if you are serving it for a dinner party.