I have a list of the 9 of the best Vegan Thanksgiving recipes. Sick of Tofurky? Ya, I thought so, you can have an amazing dinner with these vegan recipes. Okay, so I know that some people who are on a Vegan diet pretend that Thanksgiving doesn’t exist and therefore don’t eat a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. So, I made this post so that you can have a traditional Vegan Thanksgiving dinner like everyone else IF you want to.
It is also for those people that have loved ones that eat a traditional dinner and they are expected to bring a dish to contribute to the meal that is vegan Maybe just so there will be something they can eat.
Some people on a vegan diet enjoy eating Tofurky in place of a turkey but I have some great alternatives for a vegan Thanksgiving turkey. I found that vegan stuffing in many different forms is a popular main dish in place of turkey. There are so many dishes that are naturally vegan if you just buy a pack of vegan butter. There is no reason you can’t have a nice dinner with sweet potatoes, cranberries, squash, rolls, etc. Roasted cauliflower heads seem to be big right now, there is a great recipe for that here. You might like the Seitan roast if you haven’t ever tried it. Just don’t forget about the pumpkin and apple pies.
I want to wish you a happy Thanksgiving and hope you enjoy your vegan Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Please note – there is a popular pin for a whole cauliflower with a sauce on it that keeps getting pinned on Pinterest. It was incorrectly labeled as Vegan; it actually has cheese on it. #4 is the closest Vegan recipe we could find to replace it. Sorry for the inconvenience.
You may also like these recipes:
Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes
1. Stuffed Seitan Roast – Vegan Yack Attack
Red Potatoes – Onion – Mushrooms – Carrots – Celery – Olive Oil – Quinoa – Vegetable Broth – Garlic – Soy Sauce – Vital Wheat Gluten – Chickpea Flour – Poultry Seasoning
This stuffed Seitan roast is beautiful enough to be the centerpiece for your Thanksgiving dinner. It is filled with roasted vegetables and quinoa stuffing and herbs which really give it a “stuffing” flavor. It’s healthier than some versions of stuffing.
2. Stuffed Roasted Butternut Squash – It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken
Butternut Squash – Olive Oil – Carrots – Celery – Onion – Garlic – Wild Rice – Vegetable Broth – White Rice – Walnuts – Cranberries – Fresh Sage – Real Salt – Thyme – Black Pepper
Look at this, it could be a centerpiece for your Thanksgiving dinner too. It’s a butternut squash cut in half and stuffed with flavorful wild rice, walnuts, cranberries and sage filling. Then it’s tied back together and baked in the oven. It can be made 3 days ahead and warmed up for an easier Thanksgiving Day.
3. Herbed Wild Rice & Quinoa Stuffing – Kitchen Treaty
Olive Oil – Onion – Celery – Apples – Garlic – Fresh Thyme – Kosher Real Salt – White Wine – Vegetable Broth – Wild Rice Blend – Quinoa – Cranberries – Pecans – Fresh Parsley – Fresh Sage Leaves
This stuffing is made with fresh herbs, cranberries, apples, and pecans. Everyone will love all these flavors combined with its base of wild rice, brown rice, and quinoa. It’s great for those guests that like to skip the turkey.
4. Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Creamy Makhani Sauce – Vegan Richa
Cauliflower Head – Turmeric – Red Onion – Fresh Ginger – Garlic – Red Chili Flakes – Tomatoes – Gram Masala – Cumin – Coriander – Fenugreek Leaves – Coconut Milk – Cashews – Maple Syrup – Real Salt
Here is a whole cauliflower head that has been roasted. It’s lightly blanched then covered in a luscious sauce and baked. The sauce is buttery, creamy, decadent and fantastic. You can serve it whole or sliced with more sauce on the side.
5. Roasted Green Beans with Garlic Mushroom Sauce – Dora’s Daily Dish
Fresh Green Beans – Fresh Mushrooms – Onions – Garlic – Almond Milk – Vegan Butter – Flour – Real Salt – Olive Oil – Ground Pepper
Did you know that the original recipe for green bean casserole was invented by the Campbell soup company? I might also add that the french fried onion company got in on some of the action. This is made with fresh roasted green beans, fresh mushrooms and homemade sauce with almond milk instead of that nasty cream of mushroom soup that Campbell’s makes. Sorry, Campbell’s but how I feel.
6. Simple Dinner Rolls – Minimalist Baker
Sugar – Real Salt – Yeast – Flour – Almond Milk – Vegan Butter
Don’t be intimidated by making rolls from scratch. It’s actually a rather simple process, especially if you use this recipe. With only a few ingredients and instructions that are easy to follow, these are not complicated or tiring to make. They are tender, fluffy, buttery, flaky on top and mega soft in the center. Go ahead, give them a try. You’ll impress everyone at your Thanksgiving table.
7. Mom’s 10 Minute Cranberry Orange Relish – Healthy Seasonal Recipes
Orange – Cranberries – Raspberry Jam – Sugar
Now, this is about the easiest thing you’ll make for Thanksgiving ever! I’m talking less than ten minutes to make. All you do is peel the orange, wash the cranberries then blend up all the ingredients and that’s it. Yes, that it. It makes a wonderful side dish for the Holidays.
8. Pumpkin Pie Recipe – My Natural Family
Pumpkin Puree – Almond Butter – Maple Syrup – Almond Milk – Coconut Flour – Pumpkin Pie Spice – Spelt Flour – Oats – Coconut Oil – Baking Powder – Real Salt
This pumpkin pie is so good you won’t miss the butter or eggs. After you eat this healthy pumpkin pie you’ll feel good. It has a rich deep flavor because of the maple syrup and the coconut flour makes it nice and thick. There is also a link to a good wholesome pie crust recipe.
9. Pumpkin Spiced Apple – Minimalist Baker
Flour – Real Salt – Ground Cinnamon – Pumpkin Pie Spice – Vegan Butter – Apples – Sugar – Pumpkin Butter
Growing up we always had pumpkin pie and apple pie for Thanksgiving dinner dessert. With this, you can both together in the same pie. Basically, it’s just an apple pie with a little bit of pumpkin puree or pumpkin butter added. Sounds good, give it a try and let me know how it goes.