Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes
If you like mushrooms, you’ll enjoy this simple vegan gravy, which is great over seitan, tofu, rice, and especially mashed potatoes. Read More→Print This Post
I love recipes that are impressive enough to serve guests, yet easy enough to make as an everyday dish. In Vegan Holiday Kitchen, this recipe is offered as a Thanksgiving side dish; it’s so hearty that the addition of a cup or two of beans (yummy with black beans), can make it plentiful entree. Or, to dress it up even more, use it to stuff small squashes like golden acorn or delicata. Can’t find red quinoa? Regular is fine; it will taste just as good, even if it won’t be as photogenic. Photo by Susan Voisin, FatFree Vegan Kitchen.
A dairy- and tomato-free lasagne, this deceivingly luscious dish makes a special fall meal. It also makes a terrific vegan main dish for Thanksgiving dinner. Read More→Print This Post
This pie is rich and decadent, so a little slice will do. Serve portions with vanilla nondairy ice cream or whipped cream, sorbet, or a fresh fruit sauce. Contributed by Dreena Burton, from Eat, Drink, and Be Vegan. Read More→Print This Post
This delicious and very pretty cake was contributed by Dynise Balcavage from The Urban Vegan: 250 Simple, Sumptuous Recipes from Street Cart Favorites to Haute Cuisine. It’s a lovely dessert to serve at Thanksgiving and Christmas, but you need not wait for a special occasion to make and enjoy it. Read More→Print This Post
This makes a great alternative main dish for Thanksgiving, but it’s any time during fall harvest season or as a winter comfort food. Double the recipe to feed a bigger crowd. Read More→Print This Post
For Ellen Kanner (Huffington Post’s Meatless Monday blogger, and the Miami Herald’s Edgy Veggie columnist), this is a favorite Thanksgiving dish, but you need not wait for a special occasion to enjoy it. Read More→Print This Post