Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes For An Amazing Holiday Feast

Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes For An Amazing Holiday Feast
Heather Nicholds, C.H.N.

It’s that time of year – vegan thanksgiving recipes are in high demand. The great thing is that lots of them can work just as well for Christmas. With the holidays quickly approaching, my thoughts are heading to sweet potatoes, cranberries, and gingerbread.

People always ask me how I manage to enjoy holiday meals when I don’t eat turkey and I follow a healthy eating plan. The truth is, it’s SO much better!!! More room for the most delicious foods!

There’s still the possibility that I’ll eat so much that I’ll feel sick, but with at least one dish out of the picture it’s a lot easier to keep my meal to a reasonable size.

Now, if you’re looking for vegan thanksgiving recipes to fill your table, to add to someone else’s holiday party or to serve vegan guests, there are tons of great ideas out there.

You can easily make vegan versions of the classics, or go with a totally new – and totally delicious – alternative.

With so many awesome recipes to choose from, my problem is usually narrowing it down and I wind up trying to make too many things. To help you with that dilemma, I put together a menu that’s impressive, delicious – and manageable.

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Healthy Menu Of Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes

  • Moussaka: This dish is amazingly delicious – and looks really impressive with its vegan bechamel sauce on top! Make it in a springform pan so that you can slice and serve it easily.
  • Almond Stuffed Mushrooms: These tasty little mushrooms are perfect for passing around the table, but they tend to disappear quickly…
  • Sweet Potato Biscuits: These biscuits are so soft and flavorful, and incorporate sweet potatoes in a different way than usual.
  • Cranberry Apple Chutney: A spoonful of cranberry chutney is perfect on top of anything – but especially the stuffed mushrooms or biscuits.
  • Sweet Potato and Almond Salad: I always like to have a salad in the mix to lighten things up, and the Indian spices will add a new dimension to your meal. Add a sprinkle of cinnamon in there, and a few dried cranberries on top, to tie it into the holiday flow.
  • Coconut Mango Ice Cream: A nice light option to finish off a heavy meal – but still incredibly tasty and satisfying.
  • Gingerbread Cookies: Great for the kids, but no reason the adults can’t get in on them too.

All of these recipes are totally delicious, and the best part is that they’re healthy so you can maintain a healthy balanced diet through all of the holiday fun.

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