Vegan Holiday Dinner Recipes
Many meat-free holiday lovers bemoan the lack of delicious dishes on the table this time of year – but it doesn’t have to be that way! Luckily, we have scoured the web to find you some of the best food concoctions to share this year:
This recipe is delicious and has a terrific presentation – it’s served inside the gourd! You could make one per guest if desired, or just a large one that everyone can be served from. You’ll be the talk of the table, guaranteed.
The great thing about this salad is that you can use any variety of root vegetables to add texture, flavor or color to create a beautiful dish.
This dish sounds as good as it tastes, and could easily be part of a main course. Get the complete recipe from the Lunchbox Bunch.
4. Vegan Gravy
If you can’t quite get the true feeling of the holidays without a good gravy, try this excellent recipe from Jamie Oliver.
This beautiful dish will impress everyone at the table. With about 15 minutes of prep, this dish is a great, stress-free alternative to turkey!
If you’re tired of overly sweet casseroles at the holiday table, this recipe will give you all of the flavor you are looking for without the high sugar and fat content. Angela Liddon from Oh She Glows combines the smoothness of whipped sweet potatoes with a fun crunchy topping.
Filling, healthy, and oh-so-delicious, this is a great vegan meal that will rival any turkey. For your convenience, this recipe from VegKitchen could easily be made ahead of time and warmed up before dinner – don’t forget to bring some mushroom gravy too for the top!
Sweets and Treats
8. Plant-based Desserts
Breakfast for a Bunch
9. Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal
If you have family and friends staying with you for the holidays, surprise them in the morning with Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal. This recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie is easy to prepare and feeds a crowd, making it perfect for busy mornings with lots of hungry people in the kitchen. What do you think? Do you have a favorite recipe you’d like to share with our readers? Please do!