3 Menu ideas for your vegan Christmas

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We slowly feel the pressure before Christmas Eve. At the time everybody is looking for the best Christmas market, is buying Christmas gifts like crazy and is decorating the whole flat like there is no end in sight. We definitely feel far more connected to the idea of already planning our Christmas Menu. So we developed three different kinds of menus for all the people that have not made any decisions yet. What are you cooking on Christmas Eve?

1. The very simple & quick Christmas Menu

If you already have big plans for Christmas Eve, you need a delicious menu, without spending the whole day in your kitchen. So let's prepare most of the recipes the day before and have long walks in the snow and enough time to hang with your family and friends.

Starter: Cauliflower-apple-soup with cinnamon-nuts

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Main Dish: Cozy Vegetable Stew

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Dessert: Vegan no-bake chocolate mini cakes

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2. The very hearty Christmas Menu

Say hello to lentil soup, soy steaks and a speculoos cake! The best thing is: you can prepare a lot of stuff for this menu as well. If you love hearty food, go and try this menu.

Starter: Smoked lentil soup with vegan sausages

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Main Dish: Vegan goulash with dumplings and red cabbage

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Dessert: Vegan speculoos cake with pears

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The very professional Christmas Menu

If you're a person that loves to spend hours in the kitchen and you're always ready for a new challenge, try this menu! And guess what, we are mixing, rolling and stuffing our food. You can't go wrong with this menu. The only thing you need is a bit more time and skills in your kitchen.

Starter: Spinach salad with vegan cheese balls

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Main Dish: Stuffed soy steaks with mini dumplings and sauerkraut

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Dessert: Vegan Gingerbread Mousse with caramelized Oranges

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