The Best Bonfire Night Recipes To Start November With A Bang
Remember, remember… that these Bonfire Night vegan recipes are meant for sharing, but good luck with that…
Bonfire Night is one of the nation’s favourite holidays, and it’s clear why— its the perfect way to get your favourite people together, eat tasty food and enjoy watching a fireworks display. Here are some recipes for you to serve up for the ultimate bonfire bash.
healthy (ish) bonfire snacks
Quick to whip up and a lovely sweet treat to share, these vegan shortbreads will be a favourite. Crumbly, buttery parcels of perfection, try it plain or shake things up with some chocolate and walnuts for another fun flavour.
Nostalgic for the funfairs that crop up for Bonfire Night, and want to recreate some of the grub served up at home? Try these vegan hotdogs, which are savoury and have a great bite — you’ll question whether it is indeed plant-based (the power of chickpeas!). Topped with crispy shallots and your favourite condiments, and you’ll have brought the funfair to you.
If you’re going to be outside, we strongly advise that you wrap up in your thickest coats and scarves and bring a big mug of this vegan hot chocolate with you. It's the best cure for the cold weather, trust us. Use your favourite dark chocolate for a silky-smooth, rich and decadent drink that you’ll dream about long after the 5th.
You can’t go wrong with a crumble, and especially not for an occasion like this. The ultimate seasonal dessert, a warming bowl of this peach crumble will undoubtedly brighten up your evening. Buttery, sweet and oh-so-delicious, bonfire night is the perfect time to whip out this crowd-pleaser.
This is perfect for post-Halloween when you’ve got pumpkin leftover from carving. And nothing says autumn like this pumpkin ravioli. Make the pasta from scratch or use store-bought dough, but either way, it’s delish. It’s creamy, it’s zingy and it's got a great kick— what more could you want?
Apple pie and white chocolate chip cookies collide with the most beautiful results. These cookies are sure to get you and your guests feeling festive. Perfectly spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger, we didn’t know a sweet treat could be restorative until this came into our lives. Good luck not eating the whole batch!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Is a gathering really a gathering if there are no sausage rolls? Tie your menu together with these delicious flaky sausage rolls, which are always certain to be a hit.
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.