Find vegetarian Christmas recipes so delicious that the meat-eaters will be jealous! We have gorgeous vegetarian Christmas centrepieces such as lentil and nut roasts, chestnut terrines and more.
This delicious galette, made with brown rice, crunchy stir-fried vegetables, chestnuts, fresh sage and cheese, is a cross between a roasted rice cake and a risotto. Serve with a simple salad and cranberry sauce.
A vegetarian alternative. Goat's cheese and vegetables are wrapped in a puff pastry case and baked until golden. All the filling ingredients have approximate weights as your own personal taste really does make a difference. This is a great recipe to experiment with though.
This gorgeous puff pastry parcel is filled with gooey Brie and sweet caramelised apple and onion. An elegant but easy starter for any affair.
Autumn mushrooms give this dish a hearty flavour. Substitute vegetable stock for the chicken stcok and this makes a perfect meal for that vegetarian girlfriend your son is bringing to Christmas dinner. The rest of the family will love it too.
This is a nice winter stew or soup that everyone loves in my family. It is so comforting on a cold winter night, or it can be a Christmas main for vegetarians. It tastes wonderful the next day! Experiment with the vegetable combinations!
This cashew nut roast is an easy and really delicious vegetarian main course that serves four generously.
This is an easy thing to include as part of a Christmas buffet, and guests will love it. A large wheel of Camembert is baked with dried cranberries, rosemary, garlic and thyme. Serve with crackers or bread.
A step up from ordinary quiche! You'll only need a sliver of this so it's perfect for Christmas parties. You can switch out red onion for leeks, if you prefer.
A delicious nut roast packed with mushrooms, peppers, celery, walnuts and pine nuts. It's a very forgiving recipe so you don't really need exact measures but I've listed them anyway. Serve with a mushroom or vegetarian gravy.
This is a cooked pate made with veggies and seeds. It's filling and great to make when you're expecting some vegetarian guests. It's up to you if you want to change the herbs for spices, such as curry or chilli powder.
These are so delicious. Everyone who tastes these - loves them. Who wouldn't love a ceamy wild mushroom filling wrapped in puff pastry!
A festive vegetarian stuffing for your Christmas table. This is a versatile recipe, too - you can use the suggested additions, or add your own touch by using walnuts, currants, pears and more.
This is a delicious vegetarian mushroom gravy made with fresh and dried mushrooms, white wine, rosemary and thyme.
This is a foolproof and delicious vegetarian gravy recipe. You can use homemade vegetable stock, or shop-bought. If you use stock cubes, taste before adding extra salt and pepper. Enjoy!
A gorgeous vegetarian quiche made with broccoli, brie cheese and cashews. It has so much flavour! You can make your own pastry but sometimes readymade is so much easier. If you prefer, you can cook the broccoli slightly to soften it before adding to the quiche.
Bite-sized cherry tomatoes are filled with a mixture of goat cheese and freshly chopped basil. Really quick and easy - perfect for party nibbles or a summer barbecue.
These mini quiches with tomato and onions are very tasty and much less fattening without the pastry.
A delicious vegetable side dish to accompany Christmas dinner. Chestnuts, parsnip, leek, carrot and Brussels sprouts combine for a truly special side! Great with roast turkey.
Double the quantities and you have a fast and easy dish for a dinner party starter. Mushrooms are dipped in a yoghurt and garlic mixture, then coated in breadcrumbs and baked.
Pilaf always begins with a grain – often rice. But the ingredients can vary: you can add dried fruits and sweet spice or vegetables and herbs. This version is bursting with flavour.