Vegan Christmas menu


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For a scrumptious meat-free, dairy-free Christmas, we’ve got you covered. We have all the recipes you need to cook a vegan Christmas dinner so delicious that everyone will be abandoning the roast turkey. Kick off with festive nibbles to get everyone in the spirit of the occasion, then indulge in a mouth-watering vegan centrepiece with lots of tasty trimmings. Gone are the days of dull nut roasts.

Vegan party food

If you’re looking for classy canapés and bite-sized vegan nibbles, look no further. Get guests dipping into this luxury hummus with crudités and warm pittas. Sprinkle over sumac and smoked paprika along with fried chickpeas for extra pizzazz. Or what about our aubergine & chickpea bites for a healthy party option.

If you need more easy-to-handle finger food, treat your guests to our rainbow spring rolls which can be served with a shop-bought sweet chilli sauce. We’ve even got the perfect vegan alternative to a classic smoked salmon canapé. Simply infuse sliced carrot ribbons with smoky lapsang souchong teabags, then place them on toasted baguette along with a dollop of vegan cream cheese.

Try more vegan party bites…

Teriyaki tempeh with peanut dip
Carrot & caraway crackers
Pecan-stuffed dates

Vegan starters

Sit your guests down to a festive starter after the drinks and nibbles. Warm them up with a luxury soup like our indulgent celeriac, hazelnut & truffle creation that is healthy as well as being silky and delicious. Serve with an elegant burnt leek bruschetta and romesco sauce for the perfect balance of sweet and ever-so-slightly bitter.

Try other vegan starters…

Cauliflower fritters with herby dipping sauce
Butternut soup with crispy sage & apple croutons
Griddled leeks with hazelnut dressing

Vegan mains

Deck the tables with one of our colourful Christmas Day showstoppers. This flavoursome cranberry & lentil bake is packed with herbs and spices to excite your guests’ tastebuds. Although the serving is for one, your can easily double or triple the quantities to feed more.

For a festive centerpiece to feed a crowd, bake our vibrant vegan pie, layered with beetroot, sweet potato, chard and celeriac, or a decadent Christmas wreath bursting at the seams with an abundance of pine nuts, spinach and tofu. Fans of a festive classic won’t be dissapointed by this stunning vegan nut roast which combines a wholesome array of root vegetables, mushrooms, grains, hazelnuts, vegan cheese and fresh herbs – all in one delicious wreath.

Try other vegan mains…

Sweet potato parcel
Beetroot & squash Wellington
Beetroot & red onion tarte tatin
Whole stuffed pumpkin
Roasted stuffed cauliflower

Festive vegan sides

Forget bland spuds and boiled sprouts, these side dishes are so good they could be the main event. How about vegan ‘cheesy’ leek crumble? Liven up classic roast potatoes with paprika and throw in thyme roasted vegetables for good measure. Bring another pop of colour in the form of our red cabbage with coriander seed and zingy cranberry & sweet chilli jam, while spruced up chilli-charred Brussels sprouts will add a spicy kick.

Try more vegan sides…

Herb-infused roast potatoes
Sizzled sprouts with pistachios & pomegranate
Harissa & marmalade roasted roots
Smashed roasties
Sprouts with sticky shallots

Decadent desserts

Don’t forget the pudding! It’s Christmas after all and indulgence is a tradition that shouldn’t be broken. Go traditional with a moist and fruity vegan Christmas pudding or vegan Christmas cake, both flavoured with fragrant spices and a hint of rum. For something a little lighter, bake some vegan mince pies filled with cherries and hazelnuts – and wash it all down with a mug of warming vegan eggnog.

If you prefer an alternative pud, bake our extra squidgy sticky toffee pudding rich with dates, spices and juicy poached pears – a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. For after-dinner treats to serve with coffee, make squares of vegan tiffin packed with the classic flavours of Christmas.


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