Thanks for joining Sarah and me for Meatless Monday! It is never too early to start thinking about Holiday meal planning is it? This week, with a little help from friends, I bring you my roundup From Soups to Sides: Your Guide to Healthy Holiday Vegetarian Meals.
Tis the season and today I am sharing my Roasted Butternut Squash soup. Roasting the squash, carrots and granny smith apples first really brings out their flavor and creates a delicious soup. It’s vegan, gluten free & sugar free but has plenty of creaminess and a wonderful rich flavor. Find the full recipe right here.
After the soup course it’s time for this beautifully crafted Portobella Mushroom Salad from my friend Nikki over at View from in here check out her full recipe here. Gluten free, Vegetarian and Sugar Free. A healthy Holiday option that doesn’t lack in flavor. Roasted vegetables, gooey fresh Mozzarella, sweet ripe tomatoes, topped with a perfectly cooked Portobella Mushroom with the flavor of grilled steak. Could it get any better?
The holidays wouldn’t be the same without sweet potatoes and this Fresh and Fruity Sweet Potato hash from Kaila @ Healthy Helper Blog is sure to please. Find the full recipe here. Spice up your sweet potatoes with this sweet & salty combo that’s gluten free, vegan and paleo friendly.
Next up we’ve got Celeste’s all important Vegan Dressing with Barley. This healthy, vegetarian option is so loaded with flavor it’s sure to please all your guests. You can find the whole mouth watering recipe here.
I am such a cheese lover and this Pesto Cheese Blossom from Stefani just calls my name! A grain free appetizer brimming with pesto, sun dried tomatoes and cream cheese-enveloped in Provolone-yes please! Find the full recipe right here.
Hope you enjoyed this roundup from Soup to sides: your guide to healthy vegetarian holiday meals.
So now that I’ve whet your appetite, have you started planning your holiday meals yet? Tell me, what’s on your menu?