Vegan Christmas Dinner
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So what do vegans eat at Christmas?! Here are some ideas how you can veganise a traditional Christmas dinner – more than just a plate of dry vegetables!
There are plenty of vegan gravies and stocks too – see our Vegan Gravy post.
Asda Free From Parsley Simmer Sauce Mix
Asda Free From White Simmer Sauce Mix
Artisan Grains Country Veg and Cashew Nut Roast or Mediterranean Sundried Tomato
Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Beef Mushroom and Spinach Wellington Bites
Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Beef Roast
Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Pulled Chicken
Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Shredded Duck
Morrisons Carrot, Sweet Potato & Kale Nut Roast
Morrisons Meat Free Wholefood Roast
Morrisons Mint Jelly
Morrisons Dyon Mustard
Quorn Vegan Fillets
Quorn Five Grain FIllets
Sainsbury’s Bread Sauce Mix
Sainsbury’s Sage and Onion Stuffing Mix
Tesco Bubble and Squeak Bites
Tesco Butternut Squash and Kale Nut Roast
Tesco Festive Nut Roast
VBites Cheatin’ Celebration Roast
VegiDeli Sage and Onion Slices
VegiDeli Seed Roast
VegiDeli Meat Free Meatloaf
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