Delicious Vegan Holiday Dinners: Menu Ideas & Recipes


Blogger-Approved Winter Dinner Party Ideas

Recipes that impress, for your most delicious feast yet.


Amuse Your Bouche

Ohhh yes, it’s that time of year again! Time for Becca from Amuse Your Bouche to give us her annual round-up of vegetarian Christmas dinner recipes. Last year she shared her ultimate vegetarian Christmas dinner menu. The year before that, she shared 50 vegetarian Christmas dinner recipes that can all be served alongside the usual veggies and gravy. This year, she’ll help you to build your own vegetarian Christmas dinner from a selection of her favourite holiday recipes from around the web!

Blogger-Approved Winter Dinner Party Ideas

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Reader Discussion: 242 Comments

  1. Harriet Baldwin

    Eating out isn’t usually associated with eating healthy, but a vegan diet ensures there will be a lot less of the bad things in the food you choose. I hope a lot of us will start eating better especially this holiday season. We all know how we enjoy a feast and it’s better to just fill our tables with better vegan options.

  2. Sherri Cohen

    There’s a stereotype that vegans are skinny and weak. And it’s a deserved one because so many vegans have always been exactly that. As the plant-based fitness movement grows, this is beginning to change. But keep in mind that even though you are aware of this shift because you’re so closely involved in it, most people have no clue about this. To them, vegans are still skinny and weak, by necessity.

  3. Dawn Wong

    I didn’t expect friends and family to change as a result of my decision. I didn’t set out to change anybody. I will never regret switching to vegan and the holiday season is the best time to switch.

  4. Inez Knight

    Growing plants takes much fewer resources than growing animals. By eating vegan, you can help reduce the toll on the environment. For the holiday season, always know that it’s best to go with the healthier alternative.

  5. Loretta Swanson

    Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to give up your love of food!

  6. Kristine Lucas

    You’ve never seen vegan look this good. #VeganRecipes

  7. Lee Williamson

    Many people begin a vegan diet out of concern for animals. Whether opposed to the conditions of animals intended for food or eating animals in general, going vegan will help your conscience rest easily.

  8. Renee Griffith

    As appetizing as it looks, it’s a healthier choice too!

  9. Edith Glover

    Even after I became vegetarian, I turned this question over and over in my mind. I knew that I wanted to quit eating animal products but just couldn’t imagine making it work. I had even tried a vegan diet for a month, only to learn in the process that I wasn’t ready. The commitment to officially say “I’m vegan” was a decision I deliberated about for a long time. In the end, it took two full years before I completely cut out eggs, milk, butter, and cheese. But when the time was finally right, there was no question about it.

  10. Muriel Vargas

    Best vegan recipes that you can do this holiday!

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