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4 Easy Vegan Sides Your Entire Family Will Love

Hosting a family dinner this holiday season? These side dishes are sure-fire winners for every guest at your table.

The holidays are an exciting time when family and friends get together to enjoy good food and make wonderful memories. Planning a holiday dinner for a large group can be overwhelming when you are trying to prepare a meal for several guests with different dietary persuasions. Adding these festive vegan side dishes to your traditional holiday table will please everyone’s palate. From sweet and caramelized squash to savory pumpkin quinoa, these side dishes combine traditional comfort foods with new and exciting flavors. They are packed full of fresh vegetables and herbs and will add gorgeous hues of green and orange to your holiday dining table.

Let’s eat!
Festive Sweet Potato Salad
Creamy Pumpkin Quinoa
Dijon Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Maple Roasted Butternut Squash

Andrea Bloomfield is a healthy living blogger who creates delicious vegan and vegetarian recipes and shares them on her blog vegvacious.blogspot.ca.

Photo: Andrea Bloomfield

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