Have yourself a Merry Vegan Christmas!

Last week Veronica got us in a festive mood with her Peanut and Ginger Cookies!  With just over a week until Christmas, now we’re really starting to get excited! We love the cosy nights in around the Christmas tree, exchanging gifts, wintery walks and of course making and eating delicious, comforting food. We believe that when it comes to Christmas, being vegan doesn’t mean having to miss out on all that yummy food, it’s simply a prod to get creative in the kitchen and veganise all your favourite Christmas dishes.

Last year was our first Christmas as vegans and our first ever vegan Christmas dinner that our whole family enjoyed. We are very lucky to have such an open-minded family who are willing to go along with our crazy ideas, break with years of tradition and enjoy a cruelty-free Christmas but they certainly weren’t disappointed. Our vegan Christmas feast went down a treat and had my Dad proudly proclaiming that no animals were harmed in the making of this Christmas dinner! So we’ve put together our favourite veganised recipes from last year to create our little guide to having a Merry Vegan Christmas!

Vegan sage and onion stuffing

Vegan Sage and Onion Stuffing

Vegan braised red cabbage

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Vegan Christmas Platter

Cashew cheese
Mushroom and chestnut pâté
Flax seed crackers

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Vegan spiced Christmas Biscuits

Spiced Christmas Biscuits

Vegan Christmas pudding

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Vegan yule log

Vegan Yule Log

Vegan mince pies

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You can find all our Christmas posts from last year listed on our Lifestyle page, including how to wrap your presents in newspaper and make your own Christmas crackers. And make sure you stay tuned next week for my recipe for this years Christmas dinner, Mushroom and Chestnut Wellington!

Amy x

 

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