The Ultimate Vegan Thanksgiving + Recipes!

We rounded up 6 amazing vegan Thanksgiving recipes to help you enjoy the BEST plant-based holiday yet! From appetizers, entrees to dessert, we’ve got you covered πŸ˜‰

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  1. thanks for these! I’m finally going to make the mushroom gravy this year… on the recipe it says “4 oz cup mushrooms”, is that 4 oz or 4 cups mushrooms? thanks in advance! using a bunch of your thanksgiving recipes for a potluck style thanksgiving with the non-vegan fam this year πŸ™‚

  2. The one thing I see from everybody is the use of dates to sweeten especially pumpkin pie which people really need sometimes for it to be a traditional meal. Diabetics cannot do this it is far too much concentrated fructose. I would recommend maple syrup coconut sugar brown rice syrup. The maple syrup should be the darkest you can buy. Those are diabetic friendly sugars as there isn’t a high amount of concentrated fructose in them and they don’t produce blood sugar spikes. Elizabeth MD Ph.D specialized nutritional science and vegan diabetic.

  3. Really delicious looking recipes, thanks for sharing! I would make only one change to that soup, to not bother scraping the flesh out of the squash. I stopped peeling butternuts for soup a long time ago, cos I’m lazy – no one noticedπŸ˜‰!

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