These vegan Christmas baking recipes will bring so much joy to your holiday season! Each Christmas baking recipe is perfect for anyone who might have allergies to animal products (milk, eggs, etc) or for those trying to focus on a plant-based diet this holiday season. Christmas baking is all about delicious homemade treats and making them for all loved ones to enjoy!
These 20 vegan baking recipes are crowd-pleasers and will become part of your go-to recipes for the holidays! Enjoy this round-up of the top vegan recipes below:
This vegan recipe takes lazy Christmas baking to the next level within 30 mins! Since Oreos and most look-a-like oreo cookies are vegan, all you have to do is coat them in red velvet goodness and bake them together to become red velvet chocolate and cream cookies.
There’s a reason the famous Gordon Ramsay makes this for his family for the holidays, this classy french dessert is guaranteed to impress, and only takes 15 minutes to prepare. Gentle layers of puff pastry, vegan whipped topping and fresh raspberries are sure to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth this holiday season.
These cookies are a holiday classic and super easy for vegan Christmas baking. Using 4 ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen, you’ll have a holiday staple made in under an hour.
What better way to level up a classic holiday sweet than with chocolate and caramel? No one will be able to resist these sitting on the dessert table, I always recommend making a double batch.
When we think of holiday baking, I’m sure gingerbread comes to mind. So with sugar plums dancing around in our heads, make these easy holiday classics with a confectioner’s sugar smile and share them with everyone you love. They taste just like traditional gingerbread that grandma used to bake.
Pecan pie is one of the best types of pie you can make, especially around the holiday season with our sweet tooths at an all-time high, we need this decadent holiday pastry. Most store-bought pie shells are vegan already, making this recipe even easier.
I heard Santa’s favourite cookies were these Chocolate Chip & walnut cookies with a glass of cold oat milk! Mix in any nuts you like or skip them for a nut-free option.
These are the easiest cookies I’ve ever made, only 6 ingredients and 10 minutes of preparation and you have perfectly sweet snowball cookies dusted in icing sugar.
For those who prefer something a little less sweet for vegan Christmas baking, opt for these pumpkin scones, served with tea and some vegan butter, they are perfect for a mid-afternoon treat around the holidays.
Nanaimo bars are a Canadian baking classic. Triple-layer bars are what all of the children on the nice list are asking for this year. Skip the peanut butter to make these a nut-free baking recipe.
These really are the BEST vegan brownies, fudgy and chewy and exactly the right amount of chocolate, these are great for any season, but especially as a vegan Christmas baking staple. These are nut-free, dairy-free, egg-free and soy-free, but have all of the sweetness of a holiday classic dessert.
This simple baking recipe is perfect for holiday occasions with lots of kids around. Set up a little cookie decorating station and let their creativity to crazy with these cookies and frosting, its an activity they can eat.
Pumpkin pie is a fall and winter classic baking recipe. This pie crust and pie filling recipe is a labour of love but is sure to pay off when your loved ones won’t stop talking about that pumpkin pie you made at this year’s Christmas dinner.
When it comes to vegan Christmas baking, these coconut chocolate cookies are perfect to bring to share with vegan and non-vegan friends. The non-vegans won’t even know the difference. And everyone loves cookies dipped in chocolate!
With only 4 ingredients, these cookies are super simple and help you use up extra aquafaba from a can of chickpeas. These gluten-free sweets are great and easy to add a holiday kick with mint or orange extract added to the mix.
This traditional holiday baking recipe is made vegan by swapping out some of the non-vegan ingredients for vegan ones. They are a traditional German baked Christmas treat, somewhat resembling gingerbread. These cookies are a delicious combination of winter spices. orange and chocolate. Mmmm
The base of this holiday baking recipe is made using only 3 ingredients. A store-bought cake mix, pumpkin pie spice and canned pumpkin puree whipped up to make a light, flavourful cake that you can decorate for any occasion. These couldn’t be easier.
Using boxed cake mix to make holiday cookie treats may sound crazy, but I promise it’s a Christmas miracle. Made in just 15 minutes, these rich, nutty cookies are sure to be a hit. Definitely make a double batch.
Although Challah bread is typically made with eggs, my vegan Challah recipe uses aquafaba to recreate the texture and taste of traditional challah bread. I used 6 vegan ingredients from my kitchen and warm water to create this traditional water challah recipe.
This vegan baking recipe is delicious and easy to make as a dessert, or even as a quick breakfast to be enjoyed between unwrapping presents early Christmas morning. Swap out blueberries for cranberries or anything else you’d want in a holiday muffin.
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