It’s almost Thanksgiving! Do you know what you’re making yet? We always go to the Triangle Vegetarian Society’s big shindig for lunch, but then later we stop by another friend’s to hangout with them and eat a little more.
If this is your first vegan Thanksgiving, you may be worrying over what to serve as a main dish. You can relax, the main dish can be anything when you have sides that fulfill all of your fall cravings.
I’ll have a round-up of main courses, and you can check out my vegan Thanksgiving pie round-up from last year if you want to get a jump on dessert!
This Cheesy Cauliflower and Potato Bake from The Abundance Diet is perfect for most of your guests. It’s creamy, screams Thanksgiving decadence, but it’s gluten-free and has no added oil!
My new favorite side dish is my Thanksgiving Potato Stuffing Balls with a Cranberry Center. It has everything Thanksgiving all in one bite!! Try making mini ones for the perfect appetizer too.
This Holiday Sweet Potato Casserole is the one you’ve been looking for. It’s from my first book, The Vegan Slow Cooker, and is made in a 3 1/2 to 4-quart crockpot to free up your oven space for all the other goodies you’ll be making!
Looking for a twist on the traditional sweet potato casserole? Try these easy Gingerbread Sweet Potatoes. They are full of cranberries, pear and spices all topped with gingerbread cookie crumbs.
These Indian Stuffed Potato Chaats are not traditional, but I say throw caution to the wind! If you are going to someone else’s Thanksgiving bring these to have a great main dish for yourself. Plus you’ll be introducing your friends to some new Indian flavors!