Here are some of our favourite festive recipes from the web.  Perfect for any dinner party or gathering this season.

Simply click on the photo to get the recipe

20.  As an alternative to the traditional nut-roast, try serving this elegant tarte as a main or make mini tartes as hor d’oeurves

Vegetarian Cookery Club's Sausage and Tomato Tarte

19. Why buy shop bought when you can try your hand at making your very own seitan roast?

 Isa's Seitan Roast

18.  Or if you’d prefer a twist on a traditional stuffed squash, look no further than stuffed butternut squash with a citrus zing

 Kathy Patalksy's Stuffed Butternut Squash

17.  Although, nothing quite beats a pastry plait, filled with creamy tofu, spinach and cashews

Tofu, Spinach and Cashew Plait by Danny from Gourmet Vegan Kitchen

16.  Give carrots a deep flavour by roasting with red onions and balsamic vinegar

Balsamic Roasted Carrots by Alison Roberts and baby Red Onions by

15.  Spruce up those boring brussels with smokey tempeh and squash


14.  Serve your mixed vegetables rustic, sweet and roasted in one pan

Robin Robertson's Autumn Veg

13.   Nothing quite compares to a perfectly roasted potato, apart from this glorious potato and portobello mushroom gratin of course

 Potato and Portobello Mushroom Gratin

12.   Your guests will certainly be wanting seconds of this addictive walnut and apple stuffing.  Better make two (or three) batches

 Walnut and Apple Stuffing

11.  Wow your diners by rustling up these delightful apple and sage sausages

 Apple & Sage Vegan Sausage by Vegan Cook Book

10.  Breathe new life into kale with a sprinkling of pomegranate seeds using this simple but delicious recipe

 Kale and Pomegranate

9.  Add a little spice to your meal with these asian inspired green beans


8.  Finish off your festive feast with this fabulous, rich gravy


7.  But if you’re yearning for something lighter, this christmas tree salad should hit the spot – bright flavours and full of goodness

 Christmas Tree Salad by Kathy Patalsky

6.  Now, what’s better than a traditional christmas gingerbread house?

 Gingerbread Owl Treehouse

5.  Rosemary and chocolate.  Shouldn’t work, but totally does…
(and there’s a handy video)

 Isa's Chocolate Chip and Rosemary Cookies

4.  Searching for a show-stopping raw some dessert to impress your nearest and dearest?  Don’t worry, you’ve found it.

 Emily's Deep Dish Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cake

3.  Creamy, indulgent and perfect for those cold winter evenings – don’t miss out on this heart-warming egg nog recipe

 Vegan Egg Nog by Brittany Taylor

2.  Salted caramel fudge. Need I say more?

 Des Caramels Mous à la Fleur de Sel (Soft Salted Caramels) by Marie of 100% Vegetal

1.  And finally, cinnamon-y yule tide goodness! A traditional Eastern European christmas cake, perfect served with a glass of (vegan) mulled wine

Świąteczny piernik (Cinnamon Cake) by Wegan Nerd

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    December 21, 2013

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