4 Delicious Vegan Holiday Recipes

The holiday season can always be a tricky one for anyone just joining the vegan lifestyle. While it can seem daunting when you’re thinking about what meals you’ll treat yourself with during the holidays, it truly doesn’t have to be as difficult as you may think. Here are 5 vegan recipes that will surely make your holidays worth celebrating.

1. Pumpkin Bread by Minimalist Baker

Love holiday breakfast meals, but don’t know how to make them worthy enough for the special day? Try out this vegan + gluten free pumpkin bread, and the best part is it only takes 15 minutes to prep. All you need is one bowl and a handful of easily-accessible ingredients. To try out the recipe click here

2. The Best Vegan Biscuits by Minimalist Baker

I don’t know about you but I love biscuits during my holiday meals, and until now I have never been able to find any vegan ones. The best part about Minimalist Baker is that her recipes are always under 30 minutes to make, and they require simple ingredients. She wants to make sure anyone and everyone can enjoy the vegan lifestyle no matter what the occasion is. To try out the recipe click here

3. Mixed Mushroom Stuffing by James Oliver

Now this recipe is definitely a little bit more advance, but still possible nonetheless. If you’re both a stuffing and a mushroom fan then this is the perfect side-dish for you. To try out the recipe click here

4. Lentil + Quinoa Loaf by Vegan Richa

Now I’ll definitely say that figuring out a main dish for the holidays has always been tricky for me, and it can get quite annoying repeating the same dish each year. So if you’re not into the tofurky or roasted head of cauliflower, then this is the dish for you. To try out the recipe click here

5. Vegan Black Pepper Mac and Cheese with Potato Carrot Cheese Sauce

Now I know, when you hear potato carrot cheese sauce it doesn’t exactly make your mouth water, but trust me when I say it is a lot better than it sounds. I love potato and carrot cheese sauces because they are completely nut-free, which is quite hard to find when you’re recreating cheese dishes. If you do have a nut-allergy but crave some cheesy goodness then try out this recipe by clicking here

Hope these recipes give some relief to anyone new within the vegan community. Enjoy the holidays colliegettes!