Vegan Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up 2018

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year.

I am a shameless lover of all things pumpkin, nutmeg, and sage.

I also love wearing sweaters.

So it’s a great time to put on your favorite sweater, host friends and family, and show off your amazing culinary prowess.

“Omg, that’s vegan!?”

You betcha.

Whether showcasing recreations of long-standing classics or helping people envision radical new ideas about holiday cooking, the following recipes are sure to inspire you.

Always make sure to have fun cooking and make the recipes your own. Mix & Match and decide what works best for you and your tastes.

Ok. Get things started with this on the stove top.

Vegan Mulled Wine | Vegan Heaven

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Recipe: Veganheaven.org

Main Course Options:

If you want to keep it traditional you could do up an oven roasted Seitan.

Oven Roasted Seitan | Vegetarian Times

Or a Tofurkey!

How to Roast a Tofurkey | I love Vegan

Or switch it up with this amazing Lentil Loaf.

Lentil Loaf | Yummy Mummy Kitchen

Yummy Mummy Kitchen Vegan Meatloaf
Recipe: yummymummykitchen.com

Side Dishes

Thanksgiving food can be very beige so you can add some color with these roasties!

Rainbow Roasted Vegetables | Simple Vegan Blog

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Recipe: simpleveganblog.com

Or any roastie! Check this article which covers many cooking times and temps for various veg.

The Ultimate Guide to Roasting Vegetables

Mashed Taters with gravy is a must at my table.

Vegan Mashed Potatoes with Mushroom Gravy ( 2 awesome recipes in one. Bam! )

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Recipe: veganhuggs.com

And an oven dressing.

Vegan Stuffing | The Edgy Veg

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Sauce | The Blender Girl

If you find cranberry sauce a bit tart opt for an applesauce.

Vegan Applesauce | Simple Vegan Blog

Recipe: minimalistbaker.com

I’m sure this has given you enough inspiration to plan out a kick-ass Thanksgiving meal.

I will definitely be using these recipes as my own inspiration but always make sure to leave room for variation and creativity!

Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Plant Based Benoit
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