Classic ChiliThis spicy classic chili is sure to warm your bones on a cold winter’s night. Serve with cornbread and your choice of garnishes. It’s sure to surprise and delight your non-veg family and friends.Applesauce, Chunky or SmoothThis apple recipe, redolent with cinnamon, can be served warm or chilled. The chunky version is almost like a crustless apple pie. It’s versatile enough to be served with a dollop of ice or whipped cream for dessert or poured over pancakes or waffles for breakfast.Indian Masala ChaiIn India, chai is more than just a cup of tea to start the day. Chai is the answer to a hectic day at work, the perfect “warm” ice-breaker for social awkwardness, or the go-to drink for coping with stress. Chai can be enjoyed in all seasons with friends, family, or just by yourself. Ranch Dressing or DipThis dressing satisfies your search for a creamy dressing. The base is a tofu, cashew sour cream that can be used anywhere you would use dairy sour cream. Gingerbread CookiesA soft and spicy cutout cookie that begs to be decorated with icing and candies. This tasty, gluten-free treat is a holiday favorite that will grace every Christmas cookie plate!Hot ChocolateIt is that time of the year again! This hot chocolate is surely going to add a blast of “yum” to your Christmas party. Similar to what you’ll find served in a Paris bistro, our recipe is thick, creamy, and decadent.Hermit CookiesSoft, spicy cookies studded with walnuts, raisins, and dates. Keep these in a covered container for a day to enhance the flavors!Fresh Cranberry RelishThe orange and walnuts elevate this traditional holiday relish to a delicious side dish for any feast. Stuffed Tofu Roast with Savory GravyThis traditional and flavorful vegan recipe will help you create the perfect Thanksgiving dinner. Add green beans, mashed potatoes, or yams and your non-veg guests won’t miss a thing. Cheers!Cheezy Nachos with Refried BeansGame Day, Friday nights, lunch, or after-school snacks! Any time you feel like a tasty, spicy Mexican fiesta, this recipe will fit your needs and delight your taste buds!Holiday Veg-NogEggnog has long been associated with Christmas gatherings. If you miss the creamy, spicy richness of this holiday drink, you will love this Eggless Nog. Sip a cup of cheer with your family. Because it is also non-alcoholic, even the kids can enjoy it.Wild Rice Stuffed Acorn SquashFlavored with orange zest and combined with dried cranberries and toasted pecans, this wild rice stuffed squash can be served as a side for a holiday feast or by itself as a meal.