Grazing-style Vegan Christmas Menu Ideas

Grazing-style Vegan Christmas Menu Ideas
Skip the formalities and enjoy a modern grazing-style Christmas with these simple and delectable dishes that just so happen to be vegan.

Start the day off with a vibrant platter of marinated cashew ‘feta’ and mushroom rillette, followed by umami-packed mains and a blueberry tart that is sure to become a family favourite.

Vegan Grazing Boards

Grazing boards can easily swap out meats and cheese for vegan and vegetarian-based alternatives. Use a mixture of store-bought ingredients and clever vegan recipes like Vegan Mushroom Rillette and Marinated Cashew ‘Feta’ Cheese for a spread that everyone will love.

Miso Onion Purée with Crispy Tempura Onions

Ultra versatile and brimming with goodness, don’t underestimate the potential of the humble onion – the unflashy vegetable that forms the basis of this pretty dish that’s bursting with umami flavour and sure to impress.

Vegan Roasted Beetroot & Walnut Israeli Couscous Salad

This Vegan Roasted Beetroot and Walnut Israeli Couscous recipe is sure to leave you wanting seconds, and maybe even thirds.

Raw Vegan Tart with fresh Blueberries 

This delightful vegan berry tart is filled with a silky dairy-free cashew cream. The base is raw and gluten-free and can be made ahead of time and then simply topped with the cashew cream and fresh berries to serve.

Homemade Kombucha

Kombucha is a fermented drink made from sweetened black tea. With the assistance of a scoby (a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast, often referred to as a “mother”), sugar and tea are transformed into a slightly sour and effervescent drink. Although kombucha contains both caffeine and sugar, these are the food for the bacteria and yeast, and are mostly consumed during the fermentation period.


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