18 Vegan Hanukkah Recipes

18 Vegan Hanukkah Recipes

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We're your online guide to making conscious choices that help people, animals and the planet. Hanukkah is the holiday that celebrates the victory of the Maccabees and the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. It is a holiday of miracles, when a tiny quantity of oil that should have only lasted one day burned for eight days. To commemorate this miracle, it is traditional to eat fried foods such as latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiyot (doughnuts). It’s also a time for family gatherings and dinners filled with delicious foods. Check out 8 Ways to Make Your Hanukkah Miraculously Delicious and 8 Tips for Having a Healthier Hanukkah. Then celebrate the Festival of Lights with these 18 vegan recipes that will definitely light up your holiday. This Vegan Matzoh Ball Soup may not be exactly the same as the traditional version but sometimes it’s good to break from tradition a bit. There are Italian, Spanish, Indian, Chinese, and Greek latkes, each with its own special dipping sauce. You could have a latke party and wow people with the unexpected. Let’s get started and celebrate Chanukah with these global latkes. This Mushroom and Walnut Pâté is rich, creamy, earthy, and surprisingly easy to make! Enjoy it on sandwiches, toast, or as a dip for vegetable crudités – but however you choose to spread it around, this pâté will instantly make your meal more memorable. Instead of doughnuts, try these Banana Beignets. They are fried dough filled with banana. They’re vegan, gluten-free and really easy to make. And while you can certainly have them for dessert, they are perfect for breakfast or brunch as well. This Vegan Matzoh Ball Vegetable Soup can be made either way. Quinoa makes the matzoh balls gluten-free but still fluffy and delicious. It’s certainly easier to make and healthier than frying up a bunch of latkes.

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