Vegan/Vegetarian Thanksgiving

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We all celebrate the holidays a little differently, from the foods we cook and traditions we keep, to the people we involve. Holidays are pretty unique to us all. So this year’s Thanksgiving blog will be all about some alternative entrees to the traditional turkey dinner. We’re going full vegan and vegetarian! Let us know what you think!

 

 

Vegetarian Delights!

Baked Sweet Potatoes with Honey and Ginger - Whether you’re mashing your sweet potatoes, slicing them, or cubing them, this recipe is sure to satisfy your hungry crowd.

 

Veggie Pot Pie - The fun thing about this one is that you can fill your pot pie with any veggie you desire. Go ahead and go wild!

 

Autumn Apple Salad - We’ll just leave this here. Yum!

 

Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto - This delicious recipe also comes with a great story about the blogger making it a winner all the way around!

 

Thanksgiving Veggie Burger - We’ll admit, we were drawn in by the word ‘burger’ but we checked and this looks pretty good!

 

Sweet Potato and Feta Tart - Feta tart is incredible. This genius took it a step further and added some sweet potatoes and Swiss chard for excitement.

 

Pumpkin Ravioli - Whoever said vegetarian dishes can’t be comfort food was just wrong.

 

Strictly Vegan!

Vegan Meatloaf - Move over turkey entree, this vegan meatloaf recipe has got you beat this year!

 

Maple Cinnamon Cranberry Pear Sauce - Nothing could be sweeter than spending Thanksgiving with the ones you love, but this multi-fruit sauce is looking to take a close second.

 

Roast Stuffed Pumpkin - In an effort to break the stereotype that vegan food is bland and boring, this blogger has presented us with an incredible stuffed pumpkin recipe!

 

Easy Green Bean Casserole - Green bean casserole is a must at Thanksgiving dinner and luckily, this foodie has found a vegan version of this yummy side dish.

 

Vegan Roasted Garlic & Herb Dinner Rolls - Pass the rolls! Don’t mind if we do. These have that garlicky goodness everyone loves!


Let us know how we did and be sure to share your original and traditional Thanksgiving dishes with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!