Very hearty and delicious winter soup recipe, perfect for using up the butternut squash sitting around the kitchen. This vegan soup is sure to warm any heart – even on the coldest days! Makes about 6 servings.
In The Netherlands, the Dutch celebrate St. Nichols Day, which is their equivalent of Christmas. There are many awesome Dutch recipes out there, but unfortunately most of them involve some kind of meat or dairy. However, these tasty little apple fritters are totally vegan and every bite is delicious.
Make sure to eat immediately after cooking. They don’t make very nice left overs!
These vegan muffins are a delicious addition to any holiday meal. They are perfect for a vegan brunch, Christmas morning breakfast, mid-day snacks, or even served as a dessert with a little vegan vanilla ice cream! Makes 12 vegan muffins.
This is a re-make of my grandma’s original tomato basil soup recipe, but I’ve made a few changes here and there to make it both easier and healthier. If she were still with us today, I think she’d be really proud of it! Best served with a grilled cheese sandwich and a warm cup of tea.
When I was a kid, I hated brussels sprouts and refused to eat them. Now that I’ve learned to cook, I’ve realized that the reason I hated them was because I had never had them cooked a way that tastes as delicious as this! A perfect side dish for your vegan holiday feast!
For all of you people out there that love minty chocolate, this one’s for you. Perfect to make a few days in advance and refridgerate. It also makes an amazing gift for your favorite vegan! Make sure you keep it in a cool place, as it can be a bit soft.
Decorating cookies is one of my favorite holiday pastimes. There is something really nice about sitting around a table loaded with different colored frostings and sprinkles…just begging to become edible decorations for gingerbread cookies! Here is a great recipe for making the perfect gingerbread cookies. Perfect for any holiday occasion! Makes about 3-4 dozen, depending on the size of your cookie cutters.
Lets face it, stuffing is an important part of the holiday feast. Without it, the table would definitely be missing something. Here’s my personal recipe for a delicious stuffing that is bound to be a perfect match for your vegan gravy and vegan holiday roast.
One of my faaaaavorite desserts in the world is vegan pecan pie! This one is especially nice because its got some booze and chocolate poured into it (but that’s optional for you non-drinkers out there)! Serve it up warm with a big scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream. It won’t last long!
This is a great vegan appetizer that will leave your guests shocked that its actually vegan. Or hell, eat them as a main course because they are big and tasty enough to steal the whole show. Makes 8 mushrooms.
*Note* This recipe can be gluten free, all you need to do is use gluten free breadcrumbs!