Posts tagged vegan Christmas recipes
Christmas Vlog Time!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone! I hope yours was as yummy and magical as ours was! We went all out this year with delicious vegan treats, all our traditions including watching a ton of Christmas movies, going on our long walk with the dogs on Christmas, decorating the tree and hosting the yummiest Christmas Eve dinner. 

This year I decided to take you along with us, so you could see me cook, prep, and so I could make you jealous about our Christmas vegan donuts, and much more, so we prepared a little Christmas vlog with all our favorite holiday shenanigans and tons of family photos!

I hope you love it and I hope your Christmas, or whatever traditions you celebrate this time of year, were special, sweet, yummy, filled with family, friends, and a little bit of magic.

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Chestnut and Lentil Loaf

There's a scene in the film The Wedding Crashers in which Will Ferrell's character screams to his mother: "maaaaa!!!!! the meatloaf!!!!!". It's a little funny bit we do at our house whenever I make this delicious dish I'm teaching you how to make today. Meatloaf was always a big part of my childhood. My mom would serve it with mashed potatoes, lots of ketchup on the side, green beans, and the leftovers would be made into sandwiches later on which was possibly the best part.

Today I'm teaching you how to make a classic meatloaf without any meat! Animal meat that is, because let me tell you that lentils and the rest of the ingredients in this recipe will give you nothing less than the meatiest meatloaf. Although there are endless ways to make a lentil loaf, today I've done it using chestnuts, which makes this dish perfect for the holiday season, and really good next to any of our gravies or pan sauces, not to mention the simple addition of a little extra ketchup on the side.

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