50 Gorgeous Plant-Based Snack, Meal, and Dessert Boards for All Occasions
Finally, a book of beautiful food board ideas for snacks, parties, and family meals that fit a vegan diet.
Serving artfully arranged foods on boards or platters is extremely popular, but until now, all the books on the subject have been full of meats, cheeses, and other animal products. Vegan Boards (Harvard Common Press/February 2, 2021/$24.99) is the first book to make this trend accessible to people who follow an entirely plant-based diet. The results are delectable—and gorgeous to behold.
In these pages, Kate Kasbee of the popular blog Well Vegan shows you how to create 50 stunning plant-based boards. Step-by-step instructions and a color photograph are included for each one. The boards are easy to prepare and are a perfect platform for delicious treats like roasted vegetables, homemade dips, chickpea curry, or Spanish tapas. You’ll find plenty of guidance on how to use equipment and utensils to make serving food on boards both beautiful and safe.
Treat your family and friends to enticing vegan boards for every occasion, from breakfast and brunch, grazing at home, and full meals to seasonal celebrations, special occasions, and dessert, including:
- Sweet & Savory Toast Board
- Post-Workout Lunch Board
- Vegan Banh Mi Board
- Rainbow Chopped Salad Board
- Mediterranean Grazing Board
- Coconut Peanut Noodle Bowls Board
- Family Movie Night Board
- Date Night Vegan Cheese Board
- Mini Bundt Cakes Board
Make these creative vegan boards ahead of time and then enjoy having more time to spend with your delighted family or guests.
About the author
Kate Kasbee creates, cooks, writes, and photographs recipes for the popular vegan blog Well Vegan (wellvegan.com). She and her partner on the blog, Katie Koteen, are the co-authors of Frugal Vegan: Affordable, Easy, and Delicious Vegan Cooking. Kate’s recipes and writing have been featured on Refinery29, Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, OneGreenPlanet, BuzzFeed, and Oprah.com, among other destinations. A native of the Midwest and a certified plant-based chef, Kate lives in Los Angeles.