Share the joys of healthy food and healthy living with your family and friends by introducing them to these incredibly delicious vegan recipes. If you are eager to reinvent some of your favorite holiday dishes, like green bean casserole or cheesecake, just swap out the dairy ingredients with soy or coconut milk.
One of the easiest and most delicious holiday dishes to prepare is stuffing. However, to change things up a bit this year, I decided to turn this side into a bite-size appetizer! The great thing about these stuffing bites is that they can be made with both vegan and non-vegan ingredients and the taste is the same -- amazing! (I made both varieties in November!)
These seasoned potatoes are the biggest hit around our house. Every time we make a batch, the whole thing is gone in less than 20 minutes. Besides being incredibly delicious, these potatoes are naturally dairy and meat free, so no swapping or sacrificing is necessary! Plus, the whole dish is ready in 30 minutes or less, so you can spend more time eating and caroling!
There's nothing like a warm bowl of soup on a freezing cold winter day. What makes this soup recipe perfect for holiday gatherings is that it can be prepared up to three days in advance! Made with rich potatoes, celery, carrots, onions and fresh butternut squash, this soup is a great starter or side dish to any holiday meal.
This popular Irish meal is incredibly rich, hearty and filling, especially when prepared with ground beef and butter-laden mashed potatoes. Not only is this vegan recipe lighter on the waistline, it's healthier for you since it's packed with fiber rich kidney beans! Plus, who doesn't want a big ol' heaping of warm and cozy comfort food around the holidays?
The seasonal ingredients, the creamy filling and the homemade graham cracker crust make this festive dessert recipe a perfect end to your holiday celebration. Each bite has all of the flavors you love in regular cheesecake, without any of the hard-to-digest dairy. Serve each slice with a garnish of fresh cranberries, grated orange peel and a dollop of vegan whipped cream. Or, if you're feeling jolly, serve a slice of this to Ol' St. Nick for a sweet he'll gobble down in seconds! (One can only eat so many cookies).
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