December 28, 2020
It’s never fun to feel like you’re stuck at home, and after nine-plus months of various levels of quarantine, this holiday season feels especially fraught. For those who are feeling isolated and/or uninspired, we put together a little round-up of things you can do, cook, eat, and enjoy in and around the new year. We hope it keeps your spirits up!
Peaceful Provisions wants you to know that their pretzel-shaped Mixed Berry Sugar Doughnuts will be available via their New Year’s Eve preorder menu! Find them among the Four Pack Doughnut Box they’ll be offering for pick-up this coming Thursday. Peruse the full menu on their website!
If you plan to spend New Year’s Eve waiting for the ball to drop, may we suggest biding your time with these Candied Pecan Cranberry Cheeseballs? Made with Follow Your Heart’s Dairy-free Cream Cheese and Dairy-free Mozzarella Shreds, they’re sure to be delicious. Thanks to Spork Foods for the recipe!
Looking for something sweet and special to enjoy on New Year’s Day? Doughnut Plant’s Seasonal Panettone Sourdoughnut may be just the ticket! It’s inspired by traditional Italian Panettone and made with natural wild yeast, imported citron, orange, lemon, pine nuts, and golden raisins. Yum!
If your New Year’s resolution is to cook more, Eden Foods has you covered. They recently did a round-up of their most popular dishes of 2020 and you can check them all out here. Recipes include a delicious Sesame Stir Fried Udon, Coconut Dulse Soba Bowl, Buckwheat Noodle Stir Fry, and more. Better get cookin’!
Hoping to start the new year off with some juice? Green and Tonic is offering 10% off on all their juice cleanses…all you have to do is order before January 1st. Plus, each cleanse will arrive with a wellness shot and an aloe water. Hop on over to their site to see which cleanse is right for you!
Chef V Life wants you to ring in the new year from the comfort of your home with their Vegan Eggnog! Made with coconut water and almond milk, this “chilled iconic drink will warm the hearts of your family and friends.” We’ll drink to that!
Not sure what to do with your holiday leftovers? Tofurky has the answer! Turn all those yummy leftover scraps of plant-based meat into a big, sloppy sandwich. It’s sure to be a crowd pleaser—even if that crowd is just you this year!
Planning on going vegan in 2021—or participating in Veganuary? Let VegNews help you out with their official VegNews Guide to Going Vegan. It’s “filled with everything you need to know to live a super-fabulous vegan life (including our all-time favorite recipes)!” Enjoy!
We hope this guide has given you some inspiration for ringing in the new year—not to mention surviving and enjoying the days around it! We’re sending lots of good wishes for a better, brighter 2021. Cheers!