With the rise in popularity of veganism in the UK, there is a real chance you will host a vegan this Christmas at your dinner table. Or, you may well be vegan yourself and want to put on a spread fit for the relatives that do not include animal cruelty but tastes delicious. We have searched the supermarkets to find the best vegan Christmas dinner alternatives that even meat-lovers will love.
Delicate puff pastry filled with butternut squash, mushroom and festive fruits makes the perfect centrepiece for your vegan Christmas table.
This is a lovely layered tart that features seasonal veggies including chestnuts, butternut squash, spinach, beetroot chutney and onions and cranberries. We also like the fact that they are frozen so you can put them in the freezer and get them out at the last minute.
This vegan main course features a spicy blend of chickpeas, apricots with festive spices wrapped in flaky pastry. It is covered with a cranberry sauce.
A perfect way to either add a vegan course to your meal or to give vegans a special main course as you get four of these delicious tartlets. Sticky carrots and onions are layered onto golden crispy pastry and finished off with a sherry and rosemary glaze.
Perfect for two vegan guests, these pastry parcels contain roasted carrots that have been marinated in a vegan paprika and dill sauce finished with a lattice pastry lid.
A tasty and seasonal nut roast here from marks & Spencer that includes butternut squash, roasted almonds and pecans, bulgar wheat, dried fruit, beans and comes with a red wine and herb gravy.
If you like mushrooms you’ll love this vegan take on a beef wellington. Inside a crisp pastry parcel is delicious a succulent mushroom and parsnip loaf that has layers of spinach, porcini mushrooms and port wine duxelles.
Lovely light filo pastry gives this a Mediterranean feel but the filling is definitely Christmassy. This wreath is packed with succulent chestnuts, butternut squash, mushrooms in a brandy and Madeira sauce.