Celebrate a meat- and dairy-free Christmas in style with our top vegan party foods, from canapés and starters to plant-based mains and festive desserts.
If you're hosting a holiday party and catering for vegan guests or are vegan yourself, our plant-based Christmas recipes are sure to please both veggies and meat-eaters alike.
For more vegan yuletide bites, see our vegan Christmas collection.
Kick-start the party with this silky luxury hummus. Quick to make and so much more delicious than shop-bought, serve this dip drizzled with olive oil and topped with toasted chickpeas, spices and pomegranate seeds to make it extra-special. Serve with crudités and warm pittas for dunking.
Try more takes on this classic party dip with our hummus collection.
Vegan rainbow spring rolls
Brighten up your table with these colourful vegan rainbow spring rolls. Fill with courgette, carrot, mango, Thai basil and mint leaves, then serve with chopped peanuts and sweet chilli sauce.
For more ideas, see our spring roll recipes.
Beetroot & red onion tarte tatin
This beetroot & red onion tarte tatin makes a showstopping Christmas dinner party main. Flavoured with star anise, rice wine vinegar and brown sugar, the moreish beetroot filling is perfectly paired with golden, flaky pastry. Top with orange zest and peppery green salad for freshness.
Try our Christmas vegan main recipes for more dishes.
Vegan mince pies
For a bite of something sweet, bake these vegan mince pies. Vegan pastry made with flour, coconut oil, a dairy-free milk alternative and ice-cold vodka creates the base, which is filled with a mixture of grated apple, mixed dried fruit, black cherries and chopped hazelnuts.
See our vegan Christmas baking recipes for more desserts.
Mini nut roasts with candied carrots
Make your next dinner party feel really special by serving these mini nut roasts with candied carrots as individual mains. Loaded with nuts, pulses and mixed mushrooms, they're deceptively filling, and are topped with sage, thyme and carrots sweetened with maple syrup.
For more hearty veggie dishes, see our nut roast collection.
Vegan ‘smoked salmon’ toasts
These clever vegan ‘smoked salmon’ toasts are entirely plant-based, but have the same flavour profile you'd expect from real salmon. Carrot ribbons are brined in lapsang soushong tea, then served on toasted baguettes spread with vegan cream cheese. Top a pinch of dried seaweed for an extra touch of salt.
For more party snacks, see our vegan canapé collection.
Teriyaki tempeh with peanut dip
These savoury teriyaki tempeh skewers are perfect for party snacking, and are easy to make. Simply coat fried tempeh in teriyaki sauce, then pierce with a wooden skewer and cover in sesame seeds. We've served them with a moreish dipping sauce made with peanut butter, coconut milk, lime juice and soy sauce.
For more festive nibbles, see our vegetarian Christmas canapé recipes.
Sweet potato parcel
This sweet potato parcel is full of Christmassy cranberries and chestnuts and made with crisp filo pastry. To make the parcel extra crunchy, scrunch up the top layer of pastry.
Find more ideas in our vegan dinner party collection.
Make these pecan-stuffed dates the night before your party, then chill and bake the next day. Stuff medjool dates with chopped pecans, fresh breadcrumbs, shallots and garlic, then brush with olive oil and top with sage leaves before baking.
For more snacks, see our party food recipes.
This vegan pie contains beautiful layers of colourful beetroot, sweet potato, chard and celeriac that are seasoned with cinnamon, cumin, thyme and garlic. The homemade vegan pastry is simple to make, too.
For more filling mains, see our vegan dinner recipes.
Easy vegan chocolate cake
No party would be complete without a rich dessert, and this easy vegan chocolate cake is no exception. Ripe avocado keeps the sponge moist, while dark chocolate adds a luxurious flavour. This indulgent treat is great for a crowd as it's also gluten-free.
Discover more vegan-friendly desserts with our vegan Christmas desserts collection.
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