Christmas Nibbles for vegetarians/vegans

fournibblesChristmas Nibble Food

Four really quick recipes for Christmas nibble food.  Get ready for friends and family coming over this Christmas with these really quick and easy recipes.  Video is also included at the bottom of the text.

Veggie Sausage Rolls

– pre-rolled puff pastry

– Vegetarian/vegan sausages of choice

These are so easy to make, you simply roll out the pastry and add in the sausages along one side.  Roll up into a roll and slice evenly into bite sized pieces.  Cook in the oven at 160 for about 30mins or until golden and puffy!  Garnish with herbs and serve with dipping sauce of choice.

Sweetcorn Balls

– Tin of large sweetcorn (about 400g)

– Wholemeal flour

– Onions,herbs, chilli (optional)

– Salt and pepper for seasoning

Empty the tin of sweetcorn and water into the food processor and blend for a minute, add in the appropriate amount of flour, you want enough to create a sticky dough like consistency.  Add in some chopped onions and herbs if you wish and a touch of chilli for a spicy touch if you like a bit of spice.  Season with salt and pepper. Roll into individual sweetcorn balls and bake on an oiled tray for around 30 mins at the same temp as the sausage rolls.  Serve with sweet chilli sauce and some herbs and vegetables to garnish.

Guacamole Taco Chips

– Two Avocados

– A tomato

– One lime

– Sliced chillies and coriander for garnish

– Salt and Pepper for seasoning

Mash the avocado with a chopped tomato and the juice of one squeezed lime.  Season with salt and pepper.  Scoop a tsp worth onto each taco chip and top with sliced chillies or coriander for a cooler taste.

Baked Potatoes with Cream ‘Cheese’

– Small baby potatoes

– Cold Pressed Organic Olive Oil

– Cream cheese or vegan alternative

– Salt, pepper and herbs/vegetables to garnish and season

Drizzle the baby potatoes with olive oil and bake in the oven for 40mins at 180, slice and leave to cool for 30mins.  Chop up your chosen garnish and vegetable decorations whilst cooling.  Spoon a tsp of cheese into the potatoes and garnish, serve with sliced vegetables of choice and a dipping sauce.  I choice spicy Siriacha chilli dipping sauce.

Here’s the link to the video below should you prefer to watch the video recipes.  It gives you a better idea on how they are supposed to look.

Love, blessings and a Happy Christmas for when it arrives!

Angie x

 

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