Vegetarian & Vegan Christmas Recipes

 

All of the recipes on this page are deliciously vegan, but obivously also suitable for vegetarians and meat-eaters too! Happy Christmas one and all.

 

Christmas recipes

Chocolate, brandy and creamy richness. What more can we say? Just don't eat them all at once!

A real delight as a starter for your Christmas table. Make them with bought vegan cream cheeze or make your own with our easy and quick recipe.

Top tip – try experimenting with different fillings in these little parcels – like spinach and mashed tofu with paprika; vegan pesto, cherry tomatoes or garlic mushrooms with the...

A lovely old-school Christmas pud, courtesy of actor Martin Shaw! 

Make this in November, cover in foil and store in a cool place until Christmas. It isn't difficult and mixing the ingredients is easy. However, you need to set aside several hours to steam in the traditional way so choose a day or evening when you...

Pithiviers are little puff pastry pies and make a beautiful Christmas starter or party buffet dish. This particular version is lovely, the onions and peas combining beautifully with the vegan creme cheeze and herbs.

Our suggested accompaniment - roast tomatoes - can be cooked in the oven at the same time. Slice up chunks of vine tomatoes...

Our Helen Rossiter has produced this amazing new recipe! Vegan Lemon Meringue Pie... yes, it's true.

Pulsin' Soya protein powder is available from good independent health food stores or Goodness Direct. Xanthum gum can be...

This is a truly sumptuous dish yet it isn't difficult. It can all be done while the squash bakes in the oven.

If you don't have cooked wholegrains, they can be made - as with the sauce and salad - while the squash is baking.

The picture here shows the recipe made with quinoa. Try experimenting - a fried smoked tofu cubes or a...

A wonderful way to eat squash this Autumn, serve as part of a roast dinner, with one of our sauces or homemade gravy.

A lovely, easy fruit cake that is good at just about any time of the year, although especially nice during the festive season. It isn't so dark and heavy as traditional Christmas cake but none the worse for that!

See how we made it by viewing our slideshow at the bottom of the page.
PS - never overmix vegan cakes...

No soggy green mush here - the combination of spicy nutty sauce over slightly crunchy sprouts should convert even the most fervent sproutophobe. You might like to try it with our Chestnut Rice recipe. 

The sprouts are pictured with glorious...