16 Vegan Christmas Recipes
LET’S START WITH THE STARTERS
The best part of this mushroom pot pie recipe is that even if you aren’t a mushroom fan, you can easily substitute the mushrooms in this recipe for your fav vegetable like broccoli, leeks, or cauliflower. Add in chickpeas, lentils, really you can adapt this recipe to make it your own and switch it up each time you make it.
This plant-based cauliflower soup is one of my favourite Christmas recipes. It’s super easy to make, plus it tastes great, and warms my soul.
I have taken my love for my mother’s spanakopita and put my Food By Maria vegan spin on it!
YOUR FAVOURITE VEGAN SIDE DISHES
Is there anything better than smooth and creamy mashed potatoes? What about a plant-based vegan Food By Maria version? That’s right, it’s time to take your mashed potatoes to the next level.
You’ve probably never heard anyone describe a salad as cozy, but after enjoying this Warm Kale Salad drizzled with a Lemony Mustard Thyme dressing you’ll be adding it to your holiday meal plan.
A warm, comforting casserole perfectly suited for the cozy winter weather we have been experiencing, with a healthy whole grain crunch.
Welcome to the party, Vegan Potatoes Au Gratin! This super easy dish is sure to impress your family this year and will probably become a staple long past the holiday season.
This roasted brussels sprouts recipe is perfect for a side dish, a main dish, or whatever you want. I love brussels sprouts because they’re packed with nutrients and they taste amazing, especially when cooked right.
MAIN DISHES YOU’LL LOVE FOR CHRISTMAS RECIPES
A traditional British shepherd’s pie is usually the complete opposite of what you’d think a vegan or plant-based dish should be, good thing I like a challenge! This hearty version is super easy to whip up any night of the week and is packed with nutrients and bursting with flavour.
They’re festive. They’re creamy. They’re crispy. They’re perfectly imperfect. This recipe is fabulous for so many reasons but mostly because it is forgiving AF. Have fun with it, add what you know you like and remove what you know you don’t.
This recipe is perfect to add to your Christmas recipes. It’s filled with nuts, veggies and goodness which will complete any holiday dinner. Who ever made the rule that you needed to have turkey at a holiday dinner anyway?