Christmas time is here and it's time to get into the festive spirit! There's nothing better than gathering around the dinner table with your loved ones and tucking into a delicious vegan Christmas dinner. But, planning a vegan-friendly meal can be tricky - so we've put together some ideas to help you make your heart (and stomach) sing this festive season. Read on for our top tips for creating a totally tasty vegan Christmas dinner that everyone can enjoy! Actually, this is what we'll be having this year on Christmas Eve.
Here's a menu that will make your heart (and stomach) sing:
Starter: Vegan White Bean & Roasted Butternut Squash Soup (with Sage Croutons ) by Monique from Ambitious Kitchen.
If you do not like Coconut Milk use more vegetable broth and my mum always uses a tiny bit of white wine to give the soup an extra flavour.
Main: Oven Polenta With Roasted Mushrooms and Thyme by Claire Saffitz
To make it vegan, think of buying vegan butter and vegan cheese instead of using the parmesan in the recipe.
Dessert: Vegan Chocolate Cake with Peppermint Ganache by Erin from The Almond Eater
If you are not into chocolate, you may want to try a Vegan Organge Cake by Caitlin from From My Boal. https://frommybowl.com/vegan-orange-cake-olive-oil/
Drinks: Mulled Wine by Ali from Gimme Some Oven (use a vegan wine, of course!)
A vegan Christmas dinner is the perfect way to show your loved ones how much you care. Not only is it kinder to animals, but it's also healthier and more environmentally-friendly. Plus, it can be just as delicious as a traditional meat-based feast!
So what are you waiting for? Get in the kitchen and start cooking up a vegan Christmas dinner that your friends and family will love!
Kristina from WorldTribe