A Very Vegan Christmas! 4 Courses to Try

4 Vegan Christmas Courses

Merry Christmas fam! For some vegans, the holidays can be a contentious time that is often characterized half-jokingly by confrontations with distant aunts and uncles. Despite the tongue-in-cheek caricatures of family dynamics around veganism, the holidays are an outstanding time to lead by example and introduce amazing new flavors to everyone. Check out these four savory favorites. Enjoy your holiday!

Parsnip and Butternut Squash Soup

by: My Darling Vegan

An ideal main course, or as a simple introduction to the table, this parsnip and butternut squash soup is filling, so watch your appetite! This soup is easy, cheap, and gluten free!
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Maple Thyme Roasted Carrots

By: Debi, Lifecurrents Blog

It’s hard to envision a holiday season without candied carrots. Rather than cheap sugar, this recipe uses organic maple syrup as a more flavorful, cleaner alternative. This recipe is only five (FIVE!) ingredients. Too easy not to bring out to the table.
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Chestnut Pate Strudel

By: Vegan Recipe Club (UK)
This delicious European classic replaces mince with chestnut pate, another brilliant use of nuts as a meat substitute. Despite it’s challenging appearance, don’t be intimidated! This recipe is easy enough when followed closely and methodically. This could be the star of the show!
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Glazed Lentil Walnut Loaf

By: Oh She Glows

Hearty, wholesome, and healthy. Replace cheap ground beef with the magic of lentils, one of the most abundant and healthiest foods on the planet. The sweet tangy sauce mingles with the apples and walnuts to form a flavor and texture that is equal parts fulfilling, equal parts delight.

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