We’re so close to Christmas! Do you have everything ready for this holiday? If yes, I’m absolutely happy for you and kudos for your organisational skills. Here, we’re not 100% ready but. I know what I would like for my Christmas dinner! So, I’m sharing with you the recipes
My Vegan and Gluten-Free Bruschetta is always a hoot! It’s flavourful and you’ll find it very easy to make.
Other appetisers can be the Air Fryer Vegan Spring Rolls by KiipFit and the Vegan Puff Pastries with Spinach and Ricotta by Tasty, Thrift, Timely (on BestOfVegan).
There are many Christmassy soups that are going to make for a very festive dinner! The Vegan Carrot Soup by LovingItVegan is one of these, as well as the Vegan Cream of Mushroom Soup by TheStingyVegan.
To me, lasagna is THE Christmas main course par excellence: there is just something about the whole mix of ingredients in the lasagna that screams “festivities”. And just to give a twist to the traditional recipe, the Vegan Lasagna Rolls with Tofu Ricotta by Shane&Simple is the perfect main course recipe for your Christmas dinner. Another delicious recipe for the occasion is the Wild Garlic and Asparagus Risotto by LovelyJubley.
Childhood memories of roasted dishes and savoury tarts won’t be disappointed with the Vegan Roast Beef by TheHiddenVeggies and the Vegan Asparagus Potato Tart by HolyCow.
Two side dishes by the LazyCatKitchen are the Maple Roasted Carrots with Cranberries and the Roasted Green Beans with Almond Bacon.
To finish, I propose to you a cake, Cookies and a traditional Christmas pudding. TheVegSpace has the recipe for a scrumptious Vegan Christmas Cake, while the Hazelnut Cookies by Elavegan will be perfect for those who want something sweet but don’t have space in the belly for the cake.
But we can’t end the dessert section of a Christmas dinner without a Traditional Vegan Christmas Pudding by the VeganFamilyHouse.
I hope you’ll have a great time during these holidays and you’ll manage to also get some rest. And I hope you’ll enjoy some of these delicious dishes! If you make any of these, let me know what you think 🙂