Once again the holidays have crept up. For most of us, it’s a special time—that perfect combination of stress and, well, pass the box of wine. Between traveling, family drama (there’s always drama, right?), and getting all the food onto the table, it’s enough to make us question what being thankful really means. Then of course, there’s the token vegan sitting at the table while everyone else discusses how juicy and tender the breast meat is.
Whether you’re planning a whole vegan meal or want to accommodate a vegan guest or two, we’ve got plant-based holiday recipes for every part of your menu.
With approximately 9 million vegetarians and vegans in the U.S., chances are that many families will be hosting an herbivore sometime during the holiday season. It should be a no-brainer—just use soy milk in your mashed potatoes, leave the ham out of the green beans, and use margarine in place of butter. Easy, right?
From what I hear, Tanya is working on an epic series about eating vegan for Thanksgiving, so keep an eye out for that. In the meantime, I thought I’d share a yummy, sample vegan Thanksgiving menu!
This year we have some vegan guests coming to our Thanksgiving meal so I was thrilled to find this festive and hearty recipe from Big Vegan the beautiful, new cookbook from Robin Asbell.
Make your favorite mashed potato dish without butter or regular milk with some easy and practical substitutions–use a vegan milk and margarine or olive oil instead!
Halloween has passed, so it’s time to take the scary skeletons off the garage door, polish off those vegan pumpkin pies, and get ready for some vegan Thanksgiving goodness.
Just like any other holiday, Thanksgiving has many dishes that can be turned into vegan delicacies by using a little cruelty-free magic.
Instead of heavy eggs and cream, this pumpkin pie uses silken tofu to get its creaminess. The beauty of tofu is that it takes on the flavors of the other ingredients, so when this pie is done you won’t even know it’s there!
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