From breakfast to dinner, I put together the only vegan Christmas recipes you’ll ever need for a special plant-based day. There are all kinds of tasty recipes that will satisfy everyone at your Christmas dinner table!

What do vegans eat for Christmas?

Eating vegan doesn’t mean you need to miss out on a mouthwatering delightful Christmas meal! Starting with a scrumptious breakfast, followed by dipping sauces and vegan tarts, here you will find the perfect ideas to treat yourself to a wonderfully indulgent Christmas!
These ideas are healthy, and easy to make. Because who wants to spend all day cooking at Christmas?

Vegan Christmas Recipes
Have a look at our top incredible ideas to cook during the holiday season. 

Vegan tzatziki sauce

This garlicky vegan tzatziki sauce calls for simple ingredients and it’s so versatile. It’s perfect for dipping or served with pita bread, falafels, olives, crudites, grilled vegetables, or canapés.
You can eat tzatziki with almost anything and it’s ready in 10 minutes!

But first of all, what is tzatziki sauce? It’s simply a traditional Greek sauce made with strained yogurt and mixed with cucumber, garlic, olive oil, salt, lemon juice, and fresh herbs like dill or mint.
The first time I had tzatziki sauce I was in Greece, so many years ago. I simply loved it and I’ve been making it since then. And even though I’m not vegan, I do find that sometimes it’s nice to just go easy on the dairy, hence I wanted to come up with a vegan version of tzatziki.

Honestly, it turned out delicious, I simply swapped Greek yogurt for creamy coconut yogurt and it worked better than I expected. Yes, that was easy : )

WHAT INGREDIENTS YOU NEED
* Unsweetened coconut yogurt
* Cucumber
* Garlic
* Lemon
* Dill
* Olive oil
* Salt & pepper

HOW TO MAKE IT
* Cut the cucumber in half lengthways
* Scoop out seeds, pulp and grate it coarsely
* Put the grated cucumber into a sieve and squeeze out the water
* Then combine all the ingredients into a bowl
* Mix thoroughly
* Taste and adjust the seasoning
* Drizzle with olive oil and serve with pita bread, vegetables… anything!

IS TZATZIKI HEALTHY?
Yes, this vegan and dairy-free tzatziki sauce is made with fresh and healthy ingredients like coconut yogurt, cucumber,  garlic, lemon, and herbs.
* Cultured coconut yogurt makes a great alternative to dairy-based yogurt: it’s plant-based, lactose-free, easy to digest and rich in antioxidants and probiotics.

The crunchy and refreshing cucumbers add even more health benefits to this recipe. They are low in calories and high in important vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Creamy, tangy and garlicky, this easy recipe makes one of the best vegan dipping sauces. And as you can see, it’s also perfect for making healthy and festive vegan canapes ready in no time!

CUCUMBERS
The cucumber high water content has a tendency to leach out and that can make the sauce watery. To avoid excess water, scoop out seeds and pulp and then make sure you drain and squeeze as much liquid as you can from the grated cucumber.

HOW LONG DOES THIS VEGAN TZATZIKI LAST?
This vegan dipping sauce lasts up to 4 days in the fridge, stored in an airtight container.

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