This week, I gave you all the basics for a great, vegan Thanksgiving dinner: apple cider glazed tofu, mushroom gravy for your mashed potatoes, apple sage stuffing, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie. Unfortunately I don’t have time to make a full Thanksgiving feast in the weeks leading up to the holiday. That’s where today’s round up comes in. Here are a slew of vegan* extras to fill in the gaps and make your supper a true feast. Tomorrow I’ll be back with a round up of vegan desserts.
First up, a handful of appetizers that will keep the crowd satisfied, while you’re busy cooking.
We don’t make soup for Thanksgiving, but I love the idea. If you want to add soup to your celebration, here are some great options.
As far as I am concerned, there can’t be too many vegetables on the table, at any meal. I love to see an array of salads and veggie sides at Thanksgiving dinner.
Lastly, here are some of the heartiest sides for Thanksgiving: the potatoes, stuffings, and casseroles. I could make a meal out of any one of these dishes.
*Please note that any of these recipes that call for dairy butter or milk, are made vegan by subbing in your favorite non-dairy alternative.