12 Day's of Plant-Forward Christmas
I've assembled twelve delicious alternatives to traditional holiday favorites that will leave you feeling nourished over the holidays!
While I believe you should feel free to eat some traditional foods with your family this Christmas, why not surprise them by bringing a plant-forward alternative to the table.
They may discover it's just as delicious or even better than their traditional recipe.
On the first day of Christmas, my true love made me some nourishing Hot Chocolate
On the second day of Christmas, my mother-in-law gave to me some Sweet-n-Salty Roasted Almonds from WhitneyERD.com
On the third day of Christmas, my best friend sent to me some Jam Dot Holiday Cookies from ForksOverKnives.com.
On the fourth day of Christmas, my grandma made for me a Plant-Based Green Bean Casserole from NutritionStripped.com.
On the fifth day of Christmas, my cousin brunched with me. We ate delicious Vegan Sweet Potato Waffles from WhiteneyERD.Com.
On the sixth day of Christmas, my husband baked for me some Vegan Whole Wheat Biscuits from SharonPalmer.com.
On the seventh day of Christmas, my neighbor brought to me some delicious Plant-Based Christmas Nog from LucyLuong.com.
On the eighth day of Christmas, my granddaughter brought to me, some yummy Baked Ziti from cookieandkate.com.
On the ninth day of Christmas, my family made together some Veggie Shepherd's Pie from SharonPalmer.com.
On the tenth day of Christmas, my sister made with me, some Stuffing-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes from ForksOverKnives.com.
On the eleventh day of Christmas, my brother cooked with me. We made a hearty Vegetable Pot Pie from ForksOverKnives.com.
Last, but not least. On the twelfth day of Christmas, I brought to Christmas dinner, a delicious homemade Classic Pecan Pie from NutritionStudies.org.
I hope your taste buds are watering. Mine sure are! Hopefully, these recipes inspire you to try adding some plant-based alternatives to your holiday dinner table this year.
Leave a comment about any you try!