Thanksgiving is creeping up and if you don’t have your dinner planned yet I have all the vegan Thanksgiving recipes you need. So if you’re a seasoned vegan or if you just found out that you’re hosting someone who’s vegan, I’ve got your back. I know it’s a little early, so be sure to pin your favorites so you can get to them when you need them.
This year’s recipe list includes dishes veganized versions of classic Thanksgiving dishes. I want you to have a Happy Thanksgiving day and show everyone how easy it is to be vegan!
If it’s just the two of you for holiday this Easy Crockpot Thanksgiving Dinner for Two cooks in a 2-quart slow cooker and makes sweet potatoes, dressing and a protein too!
My Slow Cooker Maple Herb Tofurky is a wonderful vegan main course for those who crave traditional Thanksgiving flavors but want to eat a vegan diet. It cooks in the slow cooker and makes its own gravy, making it super-easy!
Take a look at my Tofurky Recipe Ideas from All Around the Web post to get more fun Tofurky recipes.
If you are looking for a gluten-free main course, this Smoky Southern-Style Meatless Meatloaf is a delicious.
Vegan Slow Cooker Potato Au Gratin with No Added Oil fit in with just about anyone’s diet and they cook in your crockpot freeing up your oven for other things.
Dressing is always one of the most important sides of my Thanksgiving holiday meals. This Vegan Sourdough Bread Stuffing is a classic stuffing recipe that you can make with sourdough or any other bread you might have in your pantry.
Sweet Potato Casserole with Molasses Candied Nut Crunch is a healthier version of a classic Thanksgiving dish that brings out the natural sweetness of sweet potatoes.
My Thanksgiving Potato Stuffing Balls with a Cranberry Center combine three of the main Thanksgiving flavors.
Use as a unique side dish or make them small for a very interesting appetizer and serve with vegan gravy!
Maple Cinnamon Cranberry Pear Sauce is a wonderful version of a classic cranberry sauce.
My Slow Cooker Whole Wheat Spelt Potato Rolls are healthy and tasty holiday rolls that are easy to cook, especially when your oven is full on Thanksgiving.
This Gluten-free Vegan Pumpkin Pie with a Teff Flour Pecan Crust is a perfect way to end your Thanksgiving celebration.
Not into pumpkin pie? Here’s a roundup of Thanksgiving vegan pies for you to choose from!
Not a pie person at all? Try these Vegan Whole Wheat Pumpkin Bread Minis. They are tasty and decorate your table too!