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Vegan Christmas: Festive vegan dinner ideas

Vegan Christmas: Festive vegan dinner ideas

by Dawn Whittle

Can you believe there are only five weeks to go until the most magical time of the year is upon us yet again?!

Are you planning on cooking a vegan feast this Christmas Day or maybe you've been invited to join friends or family who could do with some tips on what to cook for you?

Just because you've decided to ditch meat and give up dairy it certainly doesn't mean you can't indulge in a traditional Christmas dinner. These festive vegan dishes prove there's much more to a cruelty free Christmas than a dry nut roast.

From hearty Christmas pies, vegan pigs in blankets, rich gravy and sweet roasted vegetables, follow these recipes and you'll be celebrating Christmas Day with a dinner that's 'Not To Die For' and with a totally clear conscience that nothing was harmed in the making.


Festive Butternut Roast by The Veg Space

Whole Roasted Cauliflower by Jamie Oliver

Christmas Pie by The Vegetarian Society

Butternut, Chestnut and Lentil Cake by BBC Good Food

Polenta with Wild Mushrooms, Hazelnuts and Figs by The Guardian


Roasted Maple Sprouts with Hazelnuts by Deliciously Ella

Roast Potatoes, Parsnip and Carrots by Jamie Oliver

Spiced Apple and Cranberry Cabbage by Deliciously Ella

The Best Damn Vegan Mashed Potatoes by Minimalist Baker

Roasted Carrot and Swede Mash by Charlotte's Lively Kitchen


The Best Vegan Stuffing by Serious Eats

Vegan Yorkshire Puddings by Huffington Post

Vegan Pigs in Blankets by The Tofu Diaries

Vegan Red Wine Gravy by a Virtual Vegan

Gluten and Dairy Free Bread Sauce by Tesco Real Food

Do you have a favourite vegan Christmas dish? Share your recommendations with us and tag #thevegankind on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Dawn Whittle

Dawn Whittle

Dawn Whittle – Founder of Not To Die For, an online destination for all things ethical, vegan and cruelty free and ethical marketing agency, Fern Marketing. /

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