Vegan Thanksgiving recipes for grateful families
These vegan Thanksgiving recipes are really delicious, innovative creations. The vegan foodies get more and more creative. It is astounding what can be done with the plant-based ingredient.
No need for a turkey to let the animals live and enjoy instead of seeing them walking around in nature. There are so many vegan Thanksgiving recipe ideas; it is amazing. Here we have a collection for you to choose from the most delicious.
Make it a feast for the eyes as well. Look at the dessert. We really need to be grateful for this abundance of vegetables, grains, fruits, and nuts. Not to forget the hard-working local clean food growing farmers. Try to buy all the fresh ingredients at your local farmers’ market.
These vegan Thanksgiving recipes will make it a beautiful event. Happy Thanksgiving!
Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes
Stuffed Butternut Squash is delicious and beautiful and tastes best when butternut squash is in season. Also, stuffed Butternut Squash is perfect for a vegetarian Thanksgiving side dish. The natural creaminess of roasted butternut squash gets an additional boost from veggies and quinoa.
DAVID MAIALETTI / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Fork’s cauliflower steak
At Fork, chef John Patterson said the restaurant’s cauliflower steak entrée, the main vegan offering for this contemporary fine-dining venue, started as an off-menu alternative – you had to know about it and ask for it.
Cauliflower couscous is a lighter (and gluten-free) alternative to traditional couscous. Here the cauliflower is cooked but it can also be used raw.
Vegan food got a boost in Toronto recently with the opening of Planta, a plant-based restaurant in the fashionable Yorkville area. A joint venture between Chef David Lee (Nota Bene) and the Chase Hospitality Group, the food is beautiful, thoughtful and delicious.
More and more people are interested in exploring a plant-based diet, or at least the possibility of one, and Planta inspired me to create these two vegan-friendly recipes in honor of Thanksgiving.
We’ve entered the holiday season! With Diwali just past we are heading towards Thanksgiving, Chanukah/Hanukkah, and Christmas so I can imagine there is a lot of scampering going on all around the globe, and the kitchens in many households are already filled with aromas of sweet baking, sugar, and spice – all so very nice!
Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes
Ready for some wholesome Indian comfort food? This sweet potato and spinach pie is flaky and fragranced with a delicious spice blend. Serve it with raita, an herby yogurt dip that pairs perfectly with the warm flavors of this dish.
Onigiri (stuffed rice balls) are a popular snack in Japan. Typically, onigiri is eaten cold but thesi yaki (meaning “fried”) and are best right after frying. Quick frying on a hot pan makes yaki onigiri nicely crispy.
This Thanksgiving, why not replace one of the starchy sides with this hearty, seasonal treat. Besides, the whole grains will give you more energy for pie!
“This is a take on a cheese I used to enjoy in the old days. It is creamier than the traditional cheddar I used to have, but the flavor is spot on.”
BOUNTY-THANKSGIVING-FALL BOUNTY THANKSGIVING Wraps! Roasted Sweet Potatoes & Chickpeas with cranberries, thyme, and Garlic Dill Sauce! Healthy, hearty, 30-minute Vegan Thanksgiving Wraps with roasted sweet potatoes, crispy chickpeas, and garlic-dill sauce tucked inside homemade Garlic Herb Flatbreads!
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I’m a total sucker for mini versions of dishes (search “mini” in the search bar and you’ll see!) PLUS I love when things are served/baked in mason jars . Today’s Thanksgiving Vegan Mini Pot Pie Jars fit both those bills…not to mention they are really delicious!
One of the most highly viewed recipes from the blog in 2014 was my Vegan, Gluten-Free Stuffing-Muffins with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy.
For Thanksgiving this year, I decided come up with a sweet variation of last year’s recipe. I’m super excited to share today’s Vegan, Gluten-free Apple Cranberry Stuffing-Muffins with Mashed Sweet Potatoes!
I am SO excited about how today’s Sweet Potato Bread Pudding with Caramel Sauce turned out it feels like the epitome of an autumn dessert. I’ve been racking my brain to remember the last time I actually ate bread pudding and I think it might have been before my vegan and gluten-free days!
My favorite thing about this pie is the contrast in textures between the thick, fudgy base and the creamy, dreamy mousse filling. I topped the pie with a little Coconut Cashew Cream and added cacao nibs for crunch.
See also > 32 VEGAN SIDE DISHES (GLUTEN-FREE)
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