Vegan Holidays: Drinking Vegan

To finish up my week of recipes and reviews, I thought I’d tap some of my favorite vegan blogs for delicious holiday beverages to make spirits bright.

Rather than reposting the recipes, I’m going to link them so you can visit and enjoy these wonderful blogs.

From Vegan Food Addict: Holiday Chocolate Peppermint Martini

My holly and berries, this is delicious. And potent in the perfect way. Plus I love this simple, chic blog of yumminess.

From The Law Student’s Wife: Mulled Wine

Who doesn’t love some warm spiced wine shared with a loved one? Plus, Erin, the writer of this blog, is just too cute.

From HealLoveBe: Sweet Apple Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

The blog features great posts on health, beauty, food, and happiness. It heals my soul a little each time it turn up in my in box.

From Apron Strings: Vegan Peppermint Nog

A mother-daughter blog that provides a wide range of recipes, although not all vegan. However, this is a yummy recipe that puts me in a Holly Jolly mood.

From Native Foods Cafe: Holiday Punch

Fruity and kid friendly, this punch is pretty (and can be naughtied up for the adults).

From Minimalist Baker: Vegan Mexican Hot Chocolate with Coconut Whipped Cream

More. Now. Again. That is all.

From Vegan Homemade: Hot Toddy

For those holiday sniffles, this is a great cure. And her other recipes are lovely as well.

What about you, Cakesters? What vegan blogs do you love? What holiday recipes do you crave? Sound off below.

XO

A

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