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Ditch The Turkey, Make These Vegan Christmas Dinner Sides

by | December 11, 2018

I’ve put together a list of five of my go-to sides for my vegan Christmas dinner. All of the recipes are tried and true Raise Vegan favorites, for when you ditch the turkey this year. Check them out!

Glazed Butternut Squash 

If you’re looking for a delicious side dish for your Vegan Christmas Dinner , and that is easy to whip together, this glazed butternut squash is perfect. It isn’t going to take hours of prep or cooking time. The sweetness of the maple syrup combined with the woody flavor from the rosemary is sure to have your guests reaching for seconds.

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Get the recipe for glazed butternut squash here.

Mouth Watering Vegan Mushroom Gravy

This vegan mushroom gravy is so creamy and rich. It’s the perfect topping for mashed potatoes or a nut roast, and your guests won’t mind your running ditch the turkey campaign in your home!

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Find the recipe for mouth watering vegan mushroom gravy here.

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Vegan Green Bean Casserole

This vegan green bean casserole is and always will be my favorite part of a holiday dinner. I might not even care if it’s the only dish on the table. It’s creamy, the green beans give it a nice snap and the french fried onions make it crispy. Just delicious.

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Find the recipe for vegan green bean casserole here.

Delicious Quinoa with Asparagus Ribbons

The great thing about this delicious quinoa with asparagus ribbons dish is that you can make it as a side or just have it on it own for dinner. It’s quick and simple to make and bursting with flavor.

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Find the recipe for quinoa with asparagus ribbons here.

Gluten-Free Vegan Cranberry Stuffing

It’s not Christmas dinner without out stuffing, it’s just NOT! I think if I went to someone’s house for dinner and there was no stuffing, I’d probably just go home, which is why I always volunteer to make it. The great thing about this dish is that is gluten-free, there are a few gluten allergies in my family so I’m happy to be able to make a stuffing that everyone can enjoy.

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Have you made any of our ultimate sides and planning to ditch the turkey this year? Let us know how it turned out in the comments below.

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