Thanksgiving is around the corner and if you haven’t decided on your menu, I thought I’d throw in some plant-based recipes I found on the net for a delicious and healthy meal! Because going meatless doesn’t mean boring, tasteless dishes, or skipping on comforting foods. It means exploring a world of bolder flavours, textures, and spices. Perhaps this year you will have the energy to hit the dance floor after a luscious Thanksgiving meal!
Warming Carrot, Ginger and Turmeric Soup
An inflammation busting carrot, ginger and turmeric soup that’s absolutely bursting with fresh, warming flavours! Find the recipe here.
Thanksgiving Brussels Sprouts
In this recipe, the Brussels sprouts are lightly caramelized with vegan butter, nutmeg and maple syrup. Also added are cranberries and apples for tartness, finishing with walnuts to add texture and an earthy flavour. Find recipe here.
Coconut Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Maple Walnut Pecan Sauce
An extra decadent mashed sweet potato dish to add to your holiday spread. With the added coconut, maple syrup, cinnamon and sea salt, these are not your everyday sweet potatoes, but they’re absolutely perfect for Thanksgiving. Top them with the maple walnut pecan sauce for an extra special treat. Find recipe here.
Roast Stuffed Pumpkin
Tender, sweet, baked stuffed pumpkin with a delicious mixture of rice, vegetables, nuts & cranberries. A beautiful centrepiece for your Thanksgiving gathering! Find recipe here.
A plant-based vegan recipe so packed with intense fall flavors that everyone will want a slice on their Holiday dinner plate. Find recipe here.
Super-tasty and flavoursome, this gravy is just as good as the real thing. Find recipe here.
Baked Apples Stuffed with Cinnamon Oat Crips
These Baked Apples are perfect for fall or any time you want a delicious and easy dessert! It’s stuffed with a warm, crunchy yet soft cinnamon oat crisp! Find recipe here.
No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Jars
This quick and easy recipe for No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Jars is perfect for the holidays. Find recipe here.
Mulled Cider With Organic Maple Bitters
Maple bitters are an excellent complement for apple cider. The cinnamon and cloves in this recipe aid digestion, and ginger is good for the belly. Orange slices give it a delicious zest. Find recipe here.
Have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!