a simple christmas

A Simple Christmas is a collection of vegan recipes for the holiday season. This e-book is full of rich, warming, and simple foods to help you enjoy Christmas in a kind and stress-free way.

In 70+ pages, Katherine shares with you her favourite recipes to celebrate the yule tide and all of its flavours. This e-book takes your average recipe book and gives it a vegan twist, with a multitude of recipes ranging from traditional Christmas favourites to new seasonal dishes. You can look forward to simple and delicious recipes such as: Cosy Gingerbread Waffles, Frozen Berry Cinnamon Rolls, Winter Vegetable Wellington, Stollen for Snowy Days, and so much more!

It is our hope that, within these pages, we can help you to celebrate the holiday season in a simple and exciting way. Whether you’re completely new to veganism, have been vegan/vegetarian for a long time, or just want to try your hand at something different in the kitchen, we’re here to supply you with a multitude of vegan recipes to enjoy this Christmas.

Hearty, warming, and simple foods are the focus of this e-book. With our simple ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes, we’ll help you to enjoy Christmas time in a kind and stress-free way. A Simple Christmas has been curated and developed to encourage new and already vegans to try their hands at vegan festive foods this holiday season. It is our belief that nothing is better than homemade.

All of these recipes are vegan and have been well tested, so you can be sure of great results in the kitchen! We’ve also made sure that each recipe is as simple as possible, so you won’t be working away for hours over a complicated recipe method either!

Simple. Seasonal. Exciting.

That’s all there is to it.


This e-book is for you if:

  • You want vegan recipes that are easy to make and exciting
  • You desire to have a simple and stress-free holiday season
  • You want to eat more seasonally over the Christmas and winter period
  • You love Christmas food


Are these recipes vegan?

Although I myself am not 100% vegan 100% of the time, my recipes certainly are. All 25 recipes in my new e-book are vegan – by my standards. Although all of these recipes have been created and developed free from all animal products such as meats, eggs, and dairy, some of my recipes do contain honey. I include honey in my recipes because the definition of ‘vegan’ is different for everyone and there are different extremities to these definitions for each individual. If you do not wish to use honey in any of these recipes, then all recipes where honey is used do provide you with an alternative, or you can swap the honey out for your own preferred alternative.

Do these recipes require a certain degree of skill in the kitchen?

Not at all! This e-book has been specifically developed to help you to enjoy a simple and stress-free Christmas. All of our recipes contain simple ingredients and easy-to-follow methods, so whether you’re a beginner or an expert in the kitchen, this e-book is for you.

Do any of these recipes contain ‘difficult’ ingredients?

No. Difficult ingredients include ingredients that are; hard to pronounce, hard to use, hard to find, and often expensive. We’ve created this e-book with accessibility in mind. One of our main frustrations when it comes to vegan recipes is the ‘difficulty’ of some of the ingredients that you often find. Therefore, our recipes contain only simple ingredients, making time in the kitchen more enjoyable.

I created this e-book to help people to celebrate Christmas in a simple and exciting way. The holiday season should not be a stressful time of the year. It should be slow, it should be simple, it should be kind. But also exciting. Christmas is a time for giving, and for sharing joy. By giving this e-book to you, it is my hope that I can share all the joy that these recipes have bought me. I hope you love every single one of them as much as I do.

I want to take the time here to express my gratitude to you. Thank you. To everyone who has purchased this e-book, to everyone who is following along with me and my brand – rhythm & green – and to everyone who has supported me throughout this journey. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.

Thank you and we hope you enjoy A Simple Christmas.


Katherine x

28 thoughts on “a simple christmas

  1. Paul

    Wow! Amazing work Katherine! So proud of your achievement and happy to share that with everyone. You deserve great success for your hard work over the last few months 🍾👍😎❤️


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