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With the holidays underway, there are plenty of opportunities for enjoying and sharing great food, from tiny tidbits to festive feasts. It's easier than ever to make merry in first-class vegan style—and you'll give animals something to celebrate too! 'Tis the season to be busy, but with a little up front planning, enjoying a vegan holiday is as simple as one, two, three:
1) Raise a glass. Skip the egg and go straight to the nog with delicious dairy-free Silk Nog, or try a new taste sensation with Silk Pumpkin Spice. If you want to feel warm and toasty, try some hot cocoa: We're especially fond of Ghirardelli's Double Chocolate mixed with soy milk—and, if you crave marshmallows on top, check out the new minis from Sweet and Sara!
2) Dig in. Whether you're hosting your family or joining a neighborhood potluck, PETA has recipes suitable for all occasions, from formal dinners to yummy buffet dishes.
3) Indulge your sweet tooth. The holidays wouldn't be the same without delectable desserts, fresh from the oven. Benevolent bakers and compassionate chocoholics will find a treasure trove of PETA recipes, including Chocolate Devastation Cake, Cocoa Truffles, and Fudge Mint Petit Fours.
Best of all, by enjoying these treats—and sharing them with friends and family—you can make the season brighter for animals as well!
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