What I am having for Christmas Dinner (totally plant-based & gluten-free)

This year I’ll be having a quite Christmas Dinner at home with my son. We’ll be enjoying a table filled with totally plant-based, gluten-free, healthy deliciousness. Consciously preparing cuisine, with love, means that we can truly celebrate in style and know that we are honouring other sentient life in the process… Of course it has to be super tasty too. However you are spending your festive season, I hope this inspires you to create something healthy, yet delicious too.

Our Conscious Christmas Dinner is going to look something like this…

A Delicious Seed Roast Loaf

A super healthy Seed Roast Loaf, made with seeds and carrot as the base ingredients, means we’ll all feel very satiated, yet light (which means, plenty room for pudding later 😉 )… Seed Roast Loaf Recipe

Seed & Carrot Loaf

This Gravy is a bit of a must

This gravy makes the perfect partner for the Seed Roast Loaf.

Delicious Vegan Gravy Recipe


Roast veggies

Christmas dinner wouldn’t be complete without a hearty helping of roasted veggies. You can chop well in advance and whip them out to pop in the oven once the clock starts ticking; they’ll work their own culinary magic with very little attention, leaving you to lovingly weave the rest of dinner. The ingredients are interchangeable. These are just suggestions.

Roasted vegetables with pine nut and and parsley sauceIngredients:
½ small swede (rutabaga)
½ small cauliflower

½ butternut squash
2 courgettes (zucchini)
3 small red onions
3 parsnips
2 cloves garlic
Handful rosemary
Sprig of thyme
Sea salt
Drizzle of coconut oil

  1. Preheat oven to gas mark 7 (220˚C/425˚F).
  2. Cut onions into wedges and crush garlic.
  3. Slice parsnips, swede and courgette into wedges.
  4. Scoop out seeds from squash. Peel the skin and chop squash into wedges.
  5. Chop the cauliflower into florets.
  6. Lay out all mixed veggies into one or two oven trays.
  7. Roughly chop rosemary and pick off thyme leaves before sprinkling over the veg.
  8. Drizzle a little olive oil over the veggies and pop into the oven.
  9. Shake the oven tray a few times during the cooking period to evenly cook the veggies.

PotatoesCoconut steamed potatoes

I haven’t written the recipe up for this yet, but I’d really love to have steamed potatoes that have been coated with a slither of raw coconut oil and a dash of tamari. I’ll just steam until they pierce with a fork and then gently toss with a slither of coconut oil and splash of tamari. I know other people might prefer roast potatoes instead, so we might have to do both 🙂

Christmas Dessert

Still to be decided. I am actually feeling like having the Angelicious Chocolate Dream Cake from my book Angelicious… or these delicious Gluten-free Vegan English Sweet Mince Pies

Sweet English Mince Pies for Christmas by Trinity - #glutenfree #vegan

After dinner mints – just because it’s Christmas

Hint of Mint Chocolates and light and perfectly refreshing. Mint is excellent to ease digestion too (which is probably where the tradition of eating mint after dinner originated).

Hint of Mint Chocolates by Trinity Bourne

Lots of Ethical Edible Christmas Sweet Treat Ideas

I’ve gathered together a big list of all my favourite delicious sweet treats, ideal for sharing during the festive season.
Gluten-free Vegan Sweet Treat Ideas

Homemade gift ideas news

From my heart to yours



  1. Ceara @ Ceara's Kitchen December 20, 2015 at 3:31 pm - Reply

    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas Trinity. This holiday loaf is such a perfect center piece!

  2. Natalie | Feasting on Fruit December 20, 2015 at 3:50 pm - Reply

    A perfect feast Trinity, this all looks fantastic! The roast veggies look delish and so colorful, that could be a meal all it’s own…with dessert of course 😉

  3. Jenn December 20, 2015 at 5:05 pm - Reply

    Lovely! I’m coming to your celebration! 🙂 I’m pretty sure I could eat your mushroom gravy like a soup….it looks so good!

  4. sue green December 23, 2015 at 8:41 pm - Reply

    I love the roast veg they will be on my Christmas table too

  5. Eleanor November 10, 2016 at 1:12 pm - Reply

    Hi Trinity, I made your seed loaf, it was absolutely delicious! I knew it would be because I know you really feel the energy of the food you create, so I trust every recipe of yours! You are an inspiring, beautiful, talented lady, thanks so much for sharing!! Eleanor

    • Trinity @ Trinity's Conscious Kitchen November 10, 2016 at 1:20 pm - Reply

      Eleanor – that warms my heart to hear. The seed roast is a truly tried a tested recipe that I’ve been serving up for years, but it always makes my heart jump a beat with joy to feel the beautiful energy in kind comments like yours. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Louann Chapman December 19, 2017 at 6:58 pm - Reply

    I’ve been burned so many times with vegan recipes for loafs, I am afraid to try one more! Please tell me that yours is not dry, or falls apart into a pile even when cooled! I’m still searching for a loaf recipe I can say is tried and true and consistent every time! I just made a seed one recently and took it to friends for dinner, and we could hardly choke it down. Any advice? Thanks and happy holidays!

    • Trinity @ Trinity's Conscious Kitchen December 19, 2017 at 7:02 pm - Reply

      Hi Louann,

      I am pleased to say that this one is definitely not moist. If you compact it down firmly as per the guidelines then it should hold together really well. Loads of people have had success with this one. I’ve never tried anyone else’s recipe, so unfortunately I can’t really say what might be happening with the one’s you’ve tried already.

      It’s worth a try with this one perhaps.


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