Today’s post brings you inspirations for a Simple But Tasty Plant-Based Holiday Feast.
And some resources to help you maintain a consistent habit with your diet in 2021 (yeah, who would want to do that during Holidays anyway 😛).
Plus, a sneak-peak about what’s coming next year!
I hope you enjoy it!
⏰ Prep Time: 5 minutes - Cook Time: 110 minutes
Chop, roast, eat. I did this one last year. It was amazing!
⏰ Prep Time: 15 minutes - Cook Time: 55 minutes
Made with ingredients you probably already have.
⏰ Prep Time: 15 Minutes - Cook Time: 65 Minutes
Easy to find ingredients. If you can’t find chickpea flour, go with any flour that you have.
⏰ Prep Time: 50 minutes - Cook Time: 40 minutes
Sophisticated, go with this one if you want to cook something special! Keep in mind that it’s a complete dish, so this Roast might be all you need.
Is stuffing a side dish? I don’t know! But you’ll probably want to have some.
I find this pair mandatory.
This year will be my first time making this one. Thanks Andrea for recommending it!
I am not the sweet tooth in the house, my husband usually makes the dessert 🙈.
To give you some ideas, check out this guide with 20 Easy Plant-based dessert ideas.
And this video:
Or, go with a versatile ice cream suggestion:
By the way, what is the recipe you absolutely have to make this time of the year? Let me know in the comments (and please include the recipe :D).
Cool things to help you in 2021 🤓
🐮 No meat today - Free
A fun, silly, and simple iOS app to help you on your journey to eating less meat, whatever your motivations are. Naomi, the cow, is waiting for you!
🧪 The Scientific Meal Planner - Free/Premium by $7.99/mo
Simply choose how many people you're cooking for and how many days the meal plan should cover. Hit generate and get a perfect meal plan and get everything prepped on day one.
🥄 FridgePrep - $5/mo
Membership app that includes 50+plant-based meals for breakfast and snacks with new recipes added every week. It includes grocery lists, instructive videos, and more.
Before you go…
Take some time to be grateful and enjoy the simple things in life. It’s magical. Don’t worry if you don’t like planning something special.
Maybe you just want to order some food! And that’s fine!
Whatever you decide to do, make sure it’s what you want. With all my heart, I hope you have a great time doing what you like.
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Happy Cooking 👋.