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Get ready to celebrate the season with these 25 gluten-free and vegan holiday recipes! From snacks to appetizers to mains to sides to desserts, these recipes are perfect for holiday dinners, get-togethers and more all the way through New Year’s Day.
1. Cheesy Vegan Broccoli Quiche
First things first. Let’s start with breakfast. This quiche is perfect to make ahead the night before a busy morning. It’s also great for a holiday brunch!
2. Double Chocolate Chip Muffins
Not only do these muffins have double the chocolate, but they can also double as both a breakfast or a sweet treat your guests will love.
3. Maple Dijon Baked Tempeh
This easy-to-make vegan main course is perfect for your holiday dinner.
4. Roasted Butternut Squash & Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranate
A colorful, festive side that will brighten up your holiday plate!
5. Vegan Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes
Super creamy mashed potatoes without any of the dairy but all of the flavor!
6. Vegan Macaroni & Cheese
An easy-to-make side right on the stovetop!
7. Pear Crisp
With sweet, tender baked pears and crunchy oats, pecans and almonds, this dessert is the perfect ending to your holiday meal.
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8. Oven-Roasted Maple Pecans
Whether you leave them out for snacking at your holiday party or pack them up to give as gifts, these pecans are perfect for the season.
9. Sweet & Spicy Cashews
A little sweet, a little spicy, these are the perfect party nuts! Like the maple pecans, they also work as gifts.
10. Oven-Roasted Chickpeas
A perfect snack for munching on and easy to make too!
11. Cashew Ricotta
Perfectly paired with your favorite gluten-free crackers, this vegan cheese is perfect for an appetizer or party snack.
12. Vegan Cheese Sauce
Grab your favorite tortilla chips and take a dip into this dairy-free cheese sauce!
13. Green Olive & Pimento Hummus
A twist on traditional hummus, this dip is loaded with green olives and is perfect for serving as part of a veggie party platter.
14. Roasted Garlic White Bean Dip
The perfect dip with gluten-free, vegan pita chips or tortilla chips.
A super easy guacamole recipe for dipping your favorite tortilla chips into.
16. Butternut Squash Chili
Keep this vegan chili warming in the slow cooker for your guests to enjoy throughout the party with tortilla chips or over steamed rice (which you can leave warming in the rice cooker).
17. Buffalo Chickpea Meatballs
These vegan “meatballs” are the perfect party appetizer! Serve with additional vegan Buffalo sauce and vegan ranch dressing.
18. Baked Tofu Bites
Make a platter of these tofu bites with wooden cocktail toothpicks and serve with an array of vegan dipping sauces for your guests to enjoy.
19. Ranch Dressing
20. Cookie Dough Truffles
Edible chocolate chip cookie dough covered in vegan white and dark chocolate. Need I say more?
21. Almond Butter Cookie Dough Bites
These edible cookie dough balls are coated in coconut, making them look a bit like snowballs which is perfect for the holiday season!
22. Brownie Bites
Who doesn’t live a handheld, bite-sized dessert?
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23. Creamy Vegan White Bean Soup
A perfect starter for your New Year’s Day meal!
24. Vegan Lemon Risotto
If life gave you lemons this year, get ready to put them to
good delicious use, and start the new year off with this beautiful, bright, sunny, hearty, creamy, lemony risotto!
25. Chickpea Flour Brownies
The perfect chocolaty ending to a delicious meal! Serve alone or topped with non-dairy whipped cream.
Let us know if you try any of these gluten-free, vegan holiday recipes in the comments below! Wishing you and yours the happiest of holidays!
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