On the first day of Christmas a vegan cooked for me: this amazing recipe!
On the second day of Christmas a vegan made for me: two tasty dips!
Cashew Queso SauceView Recipe
Smoky Jalapeno Black Bean Dip
On the third day of Christmas a vegan cooked for me: no slaughtered hens!
Instead, this three course meal:
On the fourth day of Christmas, a vegan cooked for me: four casseroles!
Easy Cheesy Broccoli and Brown Rice Bake
The Ultimate Vegetable Lentil Loaf
On the fifth day of Christmas, a vegan cooked for me: five golden treats!
Peanut Better Balls
Creamy Dreamy Peppermint Patties
Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Vanilla Cashew Frosting
Soy Nog Cupcakes
On the sixth day of Christmas, a vegan mailed to me: Six gifts-worth-a-waiting! (Monthly subscription boxes)
For some of this & some of that:
On the seventh day of Christmas, a vegan showed to me: seven stocking stuffers!
On the eighth day of Christmas, a vegan chided me:
Calves should be a Milking!
On the next few days of Christmas, some vegans swore to me:
(Because vegans are better lovers.)
On the eleventh day of Christmas, a vegan guilted me with…
Eleven precious pigs!
Read about adorable pigs
Over the twelve days of Christmas, a vegan drank with me:
Twelve (+) delicious drinks!
As Ellen Degeneres says, eating vegan means “there’s more room for cocktails.”
Which is a good thing. Usually.