Holiday dinners can always use a little more green! That’s why we thought we’d help by pulling together some straightforward, delicious and healthy plant-based recipes for the holidays.
Starters & Sides
For a beautifully presented individual salad, try beetroot & apple salad pots.
How about some stuffed mushrooms? They’re so delicious, and you can make as many as you need to for large parties.
Made a quick salad for a group with your food processor and a red cabbage, beetroot & apple salad.
If it’s cold outside your family can warm up with some creamy cashew butternut squash soup.
An inventive and delicious version of hummus - butternut squash hummus is sure to get rave reviews.
Mashed potatoes are a classic, but roast potatoes, parsnips, and carrots may become your new family favorite. It’s quick and easy, too.
Love garlic? Then you’ll love this garlicky kale salad with crispy chickpeas.
Eggplant Rollatini is a beautiful dish (pictured above) to serve on such a special holiday! Find the recipe on page 216 of The 22-Day Revolution Cookbook.
Whole roasted cauliflower is a great dish that’s super (duper) easy – if you’re pressed for time and need a main dish, this is your solution!
This recipe for Roast Wellington can be prepared and frozen ahead of time so you can relax on Christmas Day.
You can't go wrong with a classic nut roast. It’s a snap to make and tastes delicious with mashed potatoes.
Want a fancy dessert that’s easy? Try saffron-poached pears!
For a more traditional dessert, mini pumpkin pie tarts are the way to go.
Salted chocolate avocado pudding bowls are easy, delicious, and you can make as many as you need to satisfy a large crowd.
If you’re in a rush, try this one bowl apple gingerbread cake.
Everyone will love a cup of 5-minute vegan hot cocoa to enjoy after a long day of celebrating.
We hope that you enjoy your plant-based Christmas meal! We wish you a very Merry Christmas!