Thanksgiving may be two Thursdays away, but menu planning… well, you better get on it! It seems that a vegetarian Thanksgiving has been villified to the sorry souls who opt for Tofurky as their meal to give thanks. But, this week we challenge you to create the most deliciously vegan Thanksgiving meal with these abundant recipes that have been bursting from some of the web’s best food bloggers. Plus, hosting a vegan Thanksgiving or offering a vegan dish to your gathering is a way to give thanks without supporting harm, an issue that many take with this holiday’s dubious roots.
You will never crave mashed potatoes again after you indulge a forkfull of Cara’s Cravings’ Roasted Cauiflower and Pear Puree. Your low carb friends will appreciate this one, too. Plus, who said we had to be all boring about it?
Tofurky what? Absolutely not. This year is the time to debut a Seitan Roulade with Sage and Sweet Onion Stuffing from Olives for Dinner… turkey what?
A Thanksgiving meal wouldn’t be quite complete without sweet potatoes of some kind. Let this root veggie shine using this simple recipe from The Galley Gourmet for Roasted Sweet Potatoes. Melts in the mouth. Want to know the difference betweem sweet potatoes and yams? Check it out.
Top it off with Sour Cream-Swirled Pumpkin Pie from Healthy Happy Life or a Vegan Apple Tart that’s Off the Butter Chart from Cooking Lessons, and you’ve done a vegan dinner right! All our little friends thank you.
image: Olives for Dinner