In old-school Dincrest fashion, I shall attempt to salvage this. Last year I had a block of tofu and didn't know what to do with it, so something in my brain said "tofu dessert" so I looked that up and modified a recipe to make my own tofu dessert mousse.
I whipped silken tofu in a food processor with Ovaltine (though you can use good quality cocoa to make this vegan), some coffee grounds (to add pop to the chocolate flavor), and some honey (again, vegan sub would be agave nectar). And it turned out pretty good.
This past Xmas, I tried this this recipe for "veg-nog" to positive effect. Okay, so my batch was too thick, but it was delicious. Recipe courtesy of: http://www.thisrawsomeveganlife.com/2013/12/you-gotta-love-raw-vegan-egg-nog.html
RAW VEGAN EGG NOG
1 cup pecans
4-5 cups water
1 cup dates
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon nutmeg
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Blend it all up. Use hot water if you want a warm drink. It should have the consistency of egg nog but if it's too thin, add more dates or pecans. If it's too thick, add more water. Change the spice amounts as you like.
EDIT: Although I'm an omnivore, I fail miserably at cooking meat. However, I cook vegetarian food really well. One time during a Food Not Bombs meeting, I somehow turned recovered cauliflower and potatoes into aloo gobi. I'd never made it before and my buddy's house didn't really have any Indian spices, but somehow I made the kitchen and house smell like an Indian restaurant and the crew had to stop themselves from eating my aloo gobi so we could feed others with it.
And just yesterday, I cooked chick peas in tomato sauce with spinach and it's delicious. I don't like to use a lot of salt in my cooking (I'll use none if I can), but I do like to season my food with all kinds of herbs and spices. Garam masala is a must in my kitchen.