This delicious vegan menu is great to serve for a family meal or holiday party. This menu was designed to please vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike! Crispy Vegan Portobello “Steaks” feature a meaty texture, and I served them with yummy Maple Mashed Sweet Potatoes and delicate spears of Roasted Asparagus with Baked Garlic and Baby Tomatoes on the side. Watch me make this menu on YouTube!

In this post, am providing three dessert choices to serve, including Maple-Chocolate Pots de Crème, Royal Apple Tart or Luscious Raspberry Parfaits! (Watch me make the parfaits on YouTube!)
Crispy Portobello Steaks – In this vegan recipe, a savory, crunchy coating perfectly complements the meaty texture and mouthwatering taste of Portobello mushrooms. The method was inspired by my grandma’s trick of using mayonnaise to keep chicken moist when baking. This dish is elegant enough for a formal dinner party, but easy enough for a weeknight meal. Watch me prepare this delectable entrée on YouTube!
Maple-Spice Sweet Potatoes – This satisfying side dish pairs well with many entrées and also makes a great addition to any holiday meal. As a bonus, it can be ready in thirty minutes or less.
Roasted Asparagus with Garlic and Tomatoes – Baking the garlic before adding it to the asparagus gives this dish a mellow, sweet flavor that isn’t overly garlicky. The tomatoes add texture and complement the vibrant green color of the delicate asparagus spears.
Vegan Pots de Crème – This delicate, rich dessert is based on a recipe my grandma often made. When I was a child it was my favorite dessert, but it was packed with eggs and heavy cream. Here’s a fail-safe vegan version that faithfully reproduces the taste of Grandma’s specialty.
Royal Apple Tart – Fit for a king or queen, this beautiful vegan tart showcases tender apple slices displayed on a flavorful, very moist crust. It is totally delicious! This makes a great dessert for company.
Luscious Raspberry Parfaits – This delectably frosty dessert is a beautiful way to end any meal, and it comes together in just five minutes. For added elegance and indulgence, serve vegan tea cookies on the side. Watch me make the parfaits on YouTube!
Serve this delectable menu to for any festive meal to please vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike!

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