5 Vegan Blogs with Delicious Holiday Vegan Recipes That Everyone Will Love


5 Vegan Blogs with Delicious Holiday Vegan Recipes That Everyone Will Love

Over 125 Delicious Holiday Vegan Recipes That Everyone Will Love

If you are looking to go all out on a decadent vegan holiday spread, make a more vegan-friendly food spread this holiday season or just looking to eat something in the company of meat eaters you have come to the right place.

I have high standards for delicious vegan food. I don’t settle for anything less than an amazing food experience. The bloggers I have featured in this blog go above and beyond & really have made their recipes full of flavor and love. I would never share them with you if I felt they half assed anything in their platform.

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I have put together five vegan blogs that have killed the vegan recipe game for the holidays. If you are looking to make a more vegan-friendly dinner this holiday season or just looking to eat something in the company of meat eaters you have come to the right place.

Some of these bloggers I have featured have made it easy by putting all their holiday recipes in one easy to find blog post and some I will feature my favorites and have you explore their fabulous catalog of vegan recipes.

I have been following Minimalist Baker for many years. I have not been disappointed by one recipe I have made off their site and feel fully confident to direct you to their site for some awesome Holiday vegan food.

Dana the founder of Minimalist Baker has put her Thanksgiving recipes in one easy to find and convenient location. How sweet! Here you will find her super simple recipes broken down in categories of vegan appetizers, side dishes, meals, and desserts with a total of 104 recipes.

You won’t be disappointed with this range of recipe options for your holiday party or family event.

About Dana

Dana is the recipe developer, content creator, and food photographer behind Minimalist Baker. She has been blogging in some form since 2010 and developed a deep love for recipe experimentation and food photography in the process. She is the author of Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking, 31 Meals Cookbook, and co-creator of Food Photography School, Food Video School, and the Essentials of Building a Great Food Blog Course. She’s also a proud plant mom, green smoothie addict, and aspiring yogi. Her go-to morning drink is a creamy matcha latte. Mmm. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

Sweet Simple Vegan is a cute couple duo that has been creating vegan recipes for their blog for several years. They are killing the vegan food game and have made several recipes for the holiday season.

Here are are 10 holiday recipes you can use for any dinner this holiday season:

  1. Vegan Holiday Roast

  2. Maple Roasted Acorn Squash

  3. easy cranberry sauce

  4. Easy Mushroom Gravy (Vegan + Oil-Free)

  5. No Bake Pumpkin Chai Cheesecake (Vegan & Gluten-Free)

  6. Vegan Portobello Mushroom Steaks (Easy + Gluten-Free)

  7. Date-Sweetened Baklava

  8. The Best Vegan Mashed Potatoes (Oil-Free + Just 5-Ingredients)

  9. Fall Vegetable Rice Pilaf (Easy + Gluten & Oil-Free)

  10. Pumpkin Spice Pretzel Bites with Cream Cheese Dipping Sauce

My favorite recipes have to be the vegan, Date-Sweetened Baklava &

The Best Vegan Mashed Potatoes.

About Jasmin & Chris

A vegan couple creating fresh, fun and healthy recipes that are super simple to make. Every week they share a new recipe that is always 100% vegan and they invite you to join them in making the world a sweeter place!

I have recently discovered Timothy the founder of Mississippi Vegan and with all of his delicious southern classics turned vegan. Timothy’s recipes are the epitome of southern comfort. Mississippi Vegan is a must check out.

Here is Mississippi Vegan’s Holiday Pizza.

It is totally everything you want in a vegan holiday pizza.

If you are interested in the Mississippi Vegan cookbook, you can find it here: Mississippi Vegan: Recipes and Stories from a Southern Boy's Heart.

About Timothy

Timothy Pakron is a photographer, recipe developer, food stylist, and passionate home cook. He has completed his debut cookbook, Mississippi Vegan, published by Avery of Penguin Random House.

More about Timothy here.

Photo and Recipes by Hot For Food

Lauren Toyota, the founder of Hot For Food is the babe of vegan food and is totally rocking the food industry with all of her vegan comfort classics. I love her story and how she has made herself so successful in the vegan food blog & vlog industry with her youtube channel: Hot For Food & Lauren in Real Life. If you want to know more about her story and her spiritual practice that she has attributed to her success, please check out this podcast she did with Woke and Wired, titled “Lauren Toyota – How To Get 100K Subscribers On YouTube In Less Than 1 Year (Alignment Over Strategy, LoA, Meditation, Boundaries, Crystals)”.

Now, on to Lauren’s holiday recipes. I have picked out 7 recipes for you to try out but feel free out to check out more with the button bellow.

  1. acorn squash soup

  2. vegan baileys irish cream

  3. the drunk uncle cocktail

  4. vegan nog

  5. vegan gravy

  6. savoury quinoa stuffing

  7. white chocolate cranberry cookie bars

About Hot for food

Lauren Toyota is hot for food... as long as it's vegan! She's cooking up vegan love and bringing the increasingly popular lifestyle to food fans across the globe. Her knack for creating vegan versions of popular comfort foods like mac and cheese, burgers, caesar salad, and even cheesecake is helping to catapult the vegan lifestyle into the mainstream and proving that plant based diets are far from boring.

More about Lauren & Hot For Food here.

Photo & Recipes by Rabbit & Wolves

I love Rabbit & Wolves, Lauren Hartmann the founder has completely outdone herself with this vegan food blog. All the recipes I have tried have been excellent and pretty darn simple. Lauren Hartmann has also put together her favorite Thanksgiving recipes and I am here to share them with you as well.

About lauren

The story of Rabbit and Wolves comes from the mind of Lauren Hartmann with assistance from her husband Chris Hartmann. Lauren is a classically trained pastry chef and vegan. She is inspired every day by the beauty and artistry of food. She is obsessed with proving to herself that she can make anything vegan. She is vegan for the animals, the added health benefits are just a bonus! Chris is an omnivore who loves turning all his favorite meaty dishes into plant based deliciousness for his best gal, and their 5 year old daughter Lenore. Together they strive to show everyone how easy it is to live cruelty free. Lauren is a rabbit in a life full of wolves, and these recipes will prove you can create rabbit food that will even make wolves drool.

You may also notice that all of Lauren’s recipes are pretty unique. There is a reason for that. Once she dreams of a recipe, she searches on the internet near and far (mostly using Google and Pinterest), to check and make sure no one has made a similar recipe. If she finds that other bloggers have had the same idea, she scraps it. She wants to try as hard as she can to only create original recipes for you! She doesn’t want to copy anyone or bore you!

There you go! That is a whole lot of vegan holiday goodness. You should have no problem finding a recipes you can’t wait to try out this holiday. Leave a comment to let me know what you are making!

Also, a good read before the holiday dinner this season is Rachel Cargel’s Bazaar article titled, “How to Talk to Your Family About Racism on Thanksgiving”.