A Healthy Wholefood Christmas!
A wholefood Christmas really doesn’t have to involve loads of time slaving over a hot stove. Who wants to do that in 40 degree weather anyway???
My advice is to keep it simple.
Choose a protein dish, hot or cold, add in a few salads or side dishes and a delicious fresh fruit platter. You can cook and freeze Christmas baking in advance and defrost the night before. Starters can be as simple as a wheel of brie scattered with cherries. Make use of relatives and guests by emailing them the recipe of what they can bring.
Most of all, relax and enjoy this precious time with family and friends. It doesn’t matter if it’s not all perfect.
Anyway, let’s get into the food, shall we?
I have been stalking all my favourite whole food blogs in the last few weeks, trying to rustle up a Christmas menu for us. So, I thought I would share with you some of the amazing recipes with you.
Some I have made before, some are new, but they all have a whole, real food style. I hope you enjoy this bumper list of festive foods.
Please add any links you have for more food in the comments and when you make something, use the hashtag #WholeFoodChristmas so we can all get inspired. ♥
The Main Event
GF Sweet Nutty Stuffed Pork (pictured)
On the Side
Quinoa and Pomegranate Salad (pictured)
Fun Food and Gifts
Cakes, Puddings and Pies
Gluten Free Gingerbread Men (pictured)