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Our Best Christmas Recipes of 2017

Every year at Demuths we develop a new range of vegan and vegetarian Christmas recipes to teach on our festive courses. From festive canapés to showstopper main dishes to perfect puddings, we love developing Christmas recipes to help you and us celebrate the best time of the year. Here's our round-up of new festive recipes for 2017. We hope you'll give them a try!

And for more inspiring ideas for your holiday menu, check out our huge archive of vegetarian and vegan Christmas recipes.

Vegetarian Canapés

Roasted Small Potatoes with Chanterelles


Vegan Gravlax with Smokey Carrots and Almond Cream Oatcakes


Celeriac Medallions with Truffled Puree, Roasted and Pickled Cauliflower


Festive Vegetarian Starters

Sweet Potato, Chestnut and Sesame Balls with Cranberry Relish


Parsnip Fritters with Winter Slaw and Yoghurt Dressing


Roasted Beetroot, Cream Cheese and Hazelnut Tartlets


Vegetarian Christmas Main Dishes

Festive Filo Rotolo


Christmas Tofu Wreath


Vegetarian Christmas Terrine


Our Star Vegan Pudding

White Chocolate, Orange, Pistachio Vegan Puddings


What's on your Christmas menu? Let us know in the comments!

All food photography except for the pudding is by Rob Wicks of Eat Pictures.

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