This baked pear recipe is the answer for anyone wondering how on earth they'll be able to fit a dessert into their holiday dinner menu. Although my healthy vegan Christmas recipes sometimes use simple ingredients, there is elegance in simplicity. The flavors of cardamom and cinnamon add a really special flair to these pears, and we'll top them off with a sprinkle of walnuts.
This vegetarian stuffing recipe is the perfect alternative to a traditional bread-based stuffing, and is made with healthy brown rice.
This sweet potato biscuits recipe was given to me by a friend a few years ago. It wasn't vegan, but was easily adapted. These biscuits are perfect as part of a holiday meal, and incorporate sweet potatoes in a different way than usual.
This fresh cranberry sauce recipe is really easy, but full of flavor and so much better than canned cranberry sauce. Vegetarians and vegans need to be careful of the potential for gelatin (which is made of animals' bones) or Jell-o being used in cranberry sauce.
This simple Christmas salad recipe will add a freshness that is often lacking to your holiday meal. Although healthy vegan Christmas recipes usually focus on alternatives to turkey, take the opportunity to include a delicious and nutritious salad. Clementines are one of my favorite parts of Christmas, so I try to sneak them in wherever I can.
I haven't seen many healthy vegan Christmas recipes for gingerbread, but since it's one of my favorite Christmas (or any time) treats I have gone through a lot of experimentation to come up with the best vegan gingerbread recipe.
This mashed potatoes and gravy recipe is part of my upcoming vegan Christmas recipes series. I must tell you, this video is a repeat from last April. The reason I'm showing it again is because I am crazy busy shooting about 25 new videos this week for a new 7 day diet plan that I will be releasing soon.
Roasting the vegetables in this healthy vegan Christmas recipe brings out their sugars and gives a full flavor to your dishes. This vegan butternut squash soup recipe makes a thick, creamy soup without any need for dairy!
This low fat cream sauce is a potato-based sauce, and made for an excellent light meal, but one that warmed us up after a cold walk in Amsterdam, on top of some steamed vegetables. I made it with some coconut milk and Indian spices, but you can substitute any other vegan milk, or just use water, and whatever seasonings you feel like.
These low fat oatmeal cookies are oil free, and can actually easily be made virtually fat free as well by leaving out the coconut. This is a special treat for you and for me. Well, for Phil too if I let him have some.
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