The year 2020 has been a tough year for everyone. We are all ready for it to be over and look forward to celebrating a virtual New Year’s Eve! While 2021 won’t magically solve 2020’s problems, ringing in the New Year will mark the end of a downhill battle and instill much-needed hope for our future. Whether you will be celebrating with family or over zoom, vegan hors d’oeuvres are a must for New Year’s Eve. We have compiled some of our favourite vegan hors d’oeuvres recipes to help you celebrate New Year’s Eve.
Featuring our Modern Crumble, these Vietnamese-inspired rice paper spring rolls are vegan and gluten-free. Infused with garlic, ginger, and sauces, these are a great way to kick off the evening. Click here for the recipe.
Treat your friends (or make them jealous) with this delish Modern ‘Crab’ Cake Chickpea Salad. They’re super easy. All you have to do is flip them and enjoy! Get the recipe here.
Our friend Lauren Toyota is a vegan cuisine extraordinaire and is always super creative. Here, she utilizes oyster mushrooms for that ‘calamari’ taste and spices it with garlic, cayenne, and paprika. This recipe is perfect if you’re looking for something quick and easy but delicious.
Our vendor partners, Spud, shared this simple recipe, perfect for a charcuterie board or as a dip served with crackers. Here’s what you’ll need: olives, garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, and black pepper- nothing else. Find the recipe here.
These veggie-packed mushroom rolls are sure to satisfy the family’s taste buds and are very photogenic, making the perfect photo to share on social media and brag about. The recipe is available here.
This recipe was shared by another one of our vendors, Pomme Natural Market. They’re super quick and packed with fiber from the cauliflower and chickpeas and healthy fats from the guacamole. Find the recipe here.
Rebecca is a vegan lifestyle blogger based in Vancouver. She creates fantastic plant-based recipes, including sauces, meals, snacks, and decadent desserts. Check out her super easy ‘cheese’ sauce recipe made from cashews. You can use it as a dip to serve with your favourite veggies. Check out the recipe here.
It’s not New Year’s Eve without a celebratory cocktail! This drink is a lovely warm blend of whiskey, cinnamon syrup, walnut bitters, orange bitters, and rye. Get the recipe here.
Finish off your virtual party with this super quick recipe from Vancouver With Love. All you will need are full-fat coconut milk, maple syrup, vanilla, and of course, strawberries! Find the recipe here.
We hope you celebrate safely and wish you a happy and healthy new year!