We've collated some recipes to help you with your planning.
It might be easier for you to follow OMS diet guidelines if you're spending Christmas in your own home or cooking for fewer people could mean you choose to spend the quality time together rather than time in the kitchen.
- Beetroot wellington
- Lentil loaf roast
- Spiced roasted cauliflower
- Mexican stuffed squash
- Cabbage lentil casserole
- Baked salmon in maple mustard sauce
- Citrus roasted fish
- Creamy spinach and mushroom tartlet
- Cod & chickpea bake
Why not have a table full or sides?
- No oil roast vegetables
- Oil-free roast potatoes
- Balsamic honey-roasted brussel sprouts
- Slow roasted tomatoes
- No oil roasted beets
- Steamed green beans with chili & garlic
- Sweet potato mash
- Mustard mash
- Mushroom gravy
- Slow cooker ratatouille
- Spiced potato cakes
- A selection of curries - potato curry, aloo gobi, chapati, mango chutney, chickpea and spinach curry, red lentil dhal, prawn dhansak, raita, naan, prawn biriyani. Make these in advance and freeze for a stress-free Christmas morning.
- Pad thai
- Mezze platter - hummus, babaganoush, labneh, sweet potato flatbread, tabbouleh, fattoush
- BBQ - grilled swordfish, tomato and pomegranate salad, warm potato salad and capers, chili tuna skewers,
- Easy salmon traybake - to give you more time for the important things
- Sweet potato and quinoa chilli or mexican veggie chili