A Very Veggie Christmas – 30+ Festive Recipes

A Very Veggie Christmas // roughmeasures.com

I have been vegetarian on and off for around 10 years. In that time we have had a few Christmases. My sister and brother are now both vegetarian, so it is a very veggie Christmas affair. Every December, my mum will send us a message asking what we want to eat on the big day. We will ping her some recipes over and then make a selection from that. I would happily have all the trimmings, without a show stopper. This year I fancy something different, I have yet to pick from my every extending shortlist. I’ve gathered here some of my favourite recipes, some show stoppers, some easy makes, to please meat free friends far and wide. I’m sticking savoury here, because there’s enough festive desserts on the internet to keep you going for another 100 years or so. Enjoy the festive season friends, may yours be merry and bright.

A VERY VEGGIE CHRISTMAS

Starters / A veggie Christmas // roughmeasures.com

TO START

Roasted Squash and Lentil Soup with Dukkah (vegan and gluten free)

Curried Parsnip and Coriander Soup – Fab Food 4 All

Kabocha Squash and Nut Balls (vegan and gluten free)

Easiest Vegan Cream of Mushroom Soup – The Lazy Broccoli (vegan)

Honeynut Risotto + Sprout and Chestnut Sauté – Faring Well (vegan and wheat free)


Hearty Veggie Christmas // roughmeasures.com

HEARTY

Roasted Aubergine Cabbage Rolls

Goodwill Pie – Anna Jones

Cauliflower Lentil Loaf – Strength and Sunshine (vegan, gluten/soy/nut free)

Best Ever Nut Roast – Anna Jones

Maple Parsnip & Chestnut Wellington – The Tofu Diaries (vegan)

Shepherds Pie Savoury Mini Cakes – Vegan Chickpea (vegan + gluten free)

Asparagus, Chard and Mint Buckwheat Tart

Brie, Potato and Mushroom Tart – Tinned Tomatoes


SHOWSTOPPERS / A Very Veggie Christmas // roughmeasures.com

SHOWSTOPPERS

Festive Butternut Roast – The Veg Space (vegan)

Chestnut and Cashew Christmas Roast – Thinly Spread (vegan)

Nut Roast Pie – Domestic Gothess

Stuffed Squash with Broccoli Rabe and Quinoa – The First Mess (vegan)

Deluxe Butternut Macaroni and Tease – My New Roots (vegan)


Sides / A Very Veggie Christmas // roughmeasures.com

SIDES

Brussel Sprouts with Pomegranate and Toasted Nuts (vegan and gluten free)

Mini Bundt Chestnut Roasts with Sage Gravy – Veggie Desserts

Honey Roasted Sweet Potato with Halloumi – Supergolden Bakes

Spiced Carrot and Cashew Salad (vegan and gluten free)

Salt + Vinegar Roasted Potatoes with Turmeric Honey Mustard – Happy Hearted Kitchen (vegan option + gluten free)


Extras / A Very Veggie Christmas // roughmeasures.com

EXTRAS

Simple Vegan Stuffing – Minimalist Baker (vegan)

Beetroot and Butter Bean Hummus (vegan + gluten free)

Light Brie and Cranberry Cups – The Petit Cook

Roasted Red Pepper, Toasted Almond and Harissa Dip – Happy Hearted Kitchen (vegan and gluten free)

Fig and Black Olive Tapenade – A Virtual Vegan (vegan + gluten free)


SALADS / A very Veggie Christmas // roughmeasures.com

SALADS

Beetroot and Orange Salad with a Creamy Mint Dressing (vegan + gluten free)

The Best Shredded Kale Salad – Oh She Glows (vegan + gluten/grain/soy free)

Healthy Broccoli Salad with Apple, Blue Cheese and Pecans – Happy Kitchen Rocks (gluten free)

Holiday Kale Salad with Spiced Cider Dressing – Happy Hearted Kitchen (vegan + gluten free)

Coconut Quinoa Spinach Salad – Sprouted Kitchen (vegan + gluten free)

 

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11 thoughts on “A Very Veggie Christmas – 30+ Festive Recipes

  1. I love this! I haven’t totally figured out what I’m making for Christmas yet so this is super helpful! Yay. Thanks for including my hearty Shepherd’s Pie Cakes! Merry Christmas. 🙂

  2. What a round up Sus! Oh man I got my eye on that Nut Roast Pit now 🙂 Thank you for including me in your Christmas thoughts, it’s like we are sharing a meal together. Hope you, your man, and your cats and happy and well. Comfort and joy to you and yours x

  3. What a fabulous and well-curated selection of recipes for those of us who prefer to keep the whole meal veggie. You are so right about there being enough sweet recipes to keep us going for 100 years! Maybe more!

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