Christmas logo nerves and nibbles

Kitchen festivities

I’ve been offline for a while having had a few health issues and life “things” that I’ve had to focus on, but there’s nothing like some time off work post-operation to get you motivated and inspired to write.

And, it’s almost CHRISTMAS! My absolute favourite time of year. Strange, because if you’d asked me a decade ago, I really wasn’t a fan.

I’m that excited I’ve even given my logo a sprinkle of Christmas Spirit.

Christmas logo nerves and nibbles

“Nothing gets me into the festive spirit these days more than good food with good company.”

When I made the decision to go plant-based the whole world of cooking and baking became more open to me as I found intriguing, new combinations of ingredients I’d never thought of cooking or baking before. However, when I encountered my first Christmas, on a plant-based diet,  it became even more exciting. Without a main dish centred around meat I was able to experiment and really get to the core of what my tastebuds wanted for Christmas.

From small nibbles at social gatherings right through to your main course on the day, Christmas food has plenty of choice, and it has even more when it’s plant-based.

Which is why I’ve decided to create a whole Christmas Nibbles section for you to feel inspired and creative when it comes to Chrismas dishes. Yes, I’ve finally started writing them up.

It’s not all about the main dishes either, as I’ve made sure I’ve made room for some sweet treats, savoury nibbles and even gift ideas if DIY gifts are your thing.

I’m going to keep adding to it through December, but much like a puppy, these recipes are not just for Christmas but will last you all year round.

You will find them all in my Christmas Nibbles section, however if you’re eager to jump straight to the content here’s some of my highlights:

Rice Krispie Christmas Trees

Copy of Homemade gnocchi featured image (1)

Festive Gingerbread

Copy of Copy of Cold brew tea and coffee IG

Cheezy Nibbles

Vegan cheez-its header

Chestnutty sprouts

Chestnutty sprouts

 

 

 

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