15 Plant-Based Holiday Recipes
No matter what or how you celebrate this season, we all come together over delicious meals.
While our holidays may look a bit different this year and our in-person celebrations change to ugly-sweater Zoom calls, what really matters is enjoying the time with loved ones… And food. Did I mention food?
These plant-based holiday recipes are ones you can enjoy with your special people even over a computer screen.
This twist on classic latkes will make you want to eat these all eight nights!
My mom makes the best scalloped potatoes, but when I chose to eat less animal products, she used this recipe. Let me tell you: there are never leftovers.
Truly a crowd favorite, this skillet lasagna is a great holiday dish. (Fun fact: my sister and I often eat leftover lasagna on Christmas morning…it’s that good!)
Warm and comforting, this alfredo is made from cashews, giving it the perfect consistency. You can even put mushrooms, spinach, tofu, or seitan in it!
This recipe is top 8 allergen-friendly, so it’s perfect for every guest!
For all those who don’t like mushrooms, which is what plant-based Wellington usually uses, this recipe is made from lentils!
Feel closer together while enjoying the same social distancing soup!
You won’t be able to get enough of this risotto, so be sure to have sweatpants easily accessible.
One look at the photo and we’re sold. YUM! Get the recipe.
Maybe you just want something light to start dinner? This recipe will do the trick.
Dairy-free baked brie?! Yes, please! Recipe here.
In place of the 7 fishes, these tofu fish fillets only have 10 ingredients (most already in your pantry!).
A classic must-have. Get the recipe.
The star of any holiday dinner table is this whole roasted cauliflower. Bonus: the recipe only uses 5 ingredients!
The perfect mix between lasagna and eggplant parmesan. You’ll thank us for this recipe.
Looking for delicious holiday desserts to compliment your meals? We got you covered.
What matters over the holidays is spending time with those we love… and food. Did I mention food?