15 Christmas cookie recipes, and a few classic candies, that are all vegan-friendly.
Just like Halloween candy, there are plenty of Christmas treats that are easy to make vegan versions of at home, which means you don’t have to miss out on gingerbread, and all the other seasonal delights. And even if you’re not vegan, your vegan friends will be happy that you made them a range of tasty holiday sweets.
Would it be Christmas without a round of baking out sugar cookies? Hardly. Which is why you should put these on your holiday baking list.
Like a candy cane dunked in chocolate. And these ones happen to be no-bake.
3. Rum Balls
Made with walnuts, these are a creative twist on the holiday classic.
With a center of jam, these cookies always look festive on a holiday platter, this time made with a base of roasted almonds.
Also known as puppy chow, this classic Christmas candy is a party staple that’s a sweeter version of chex mix. Make it with dark chocolate, coconut oil and a dash of cardamom for good measure and you have a sweet treat that’s sure to be a crowd pleaser.
This German gingerbread – “pfeffernusse” translates to “pepper nuts” – is spicy and full of the rich flavor of molasses.
While many people joke about it, this rum infused one is sure to be dense, moist and hard to pass up.
Big, candied ginger filled cookies paired with a hot mug of tea? You’ll never want December to end.
Crinkle cookies are fun because of how they look. It’s hard not to want to bite in.
Essentially a tasty gluten-free and vegan shortbread filled with raspberry jam. Yes, please.
This mostly raw version gets all the gingerbread spices into one simple and tasty cookie.
Vegan fudge? Oh yes, it can be done, and with only five ingredients you will probably be making several batches.
This delicate and crispy almond cookie (which is vegan and gluten-free) is laced with chocolate and infused with orange zest.
Topped with cinnamon, this a good go-to cookie that almost everyone loves, and in a vegan version, even more people will love it!
You have to have something to go with your cookies after all, right?
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