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.
A lovely combination of chesse and sweet poatoes makes this a rich, smooth, comforting soup! Great starter for a dinner party during autumn or winter.
My two year old loves this one and thinks it's a pizza as it smells just like it. To save 20 minutes, use tinned lentils instead of dried ones.
My brother is a chef and I finally persuaded him to teach me the tricks of the trade for making a rich red wine gravy. I couldn't believe that there's no flour in it.
Wonderful roasted cauliflower, my 11 year old son loves this! Add more spices and herbs to suit your taste.
This is a deliciously different canapé for entertaining guests. It doesn't require a lot of work, but still tastes wonderful!
This carrot and parsnip mash makes a fantastically delicious side to a Sunday roast or Christmas dinner.
A cream cheese and Parmesan filling is stuffed into mushroom caps before baking.
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.
Tastes rich and crunchy, yet it's very quick and simple to prepare. Lovely with a nice glass of wine. Sometimes I make this for myself to eat with a salad.
Tradtional gingerbread using apple puree instead of eggs and milk - lovely and moist, great for cold winter evenings!