7 Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes to Spice Up the Holiday

November 24, 2014

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Happy {vegan} Thanksgiving!  We at PROBAR have so much to be grateful for and are excited to celebrate this holiday with those we love most.  For a vegan, this may be the hardest holiday to eat animal-free but we have some of the best vegan Thanksgiving recipes to make for a successful holiday meal.

1. Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms by Homemade Levity.

Vegan Mushrooms

These ooey-gooey vegetable treats are easy to make and are delicious! The best part is the reheat, so go ahead and make them ahead of time.


2.  Saweet! Potato Casserole with a Crunchy Nut Crumble by Oh She Glows

Vegan Potatos

Angela Liddon from Oh She Glows is consistent on producing tasty recipes so you know this sweet potato casserole is going to be a winner. This recipe is not only vegan but gluten-free AND refined sugar free. Best of all worlds.


3. Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie by VegKitchen

Vegan Shephards Pie

Thanksgiving is all about comfort foods and this Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie delivers on all comfort fronts. This would be a great option to serve as the main dish of your meal because of its heartiness.


4.  Black and Orange Forbidden Rice with Acorn Squash and Pecans by A Spicy Perspective.

Vegan Rice

Want to spice up your Thanksgiving menu? Try this unique recipe of Black and Orange Forbidden Rice with Acorn Squash and Pecans. This will get the attention of your guests in the best way possible.


5. Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake by Laura Friendly

Vegan Pie

Vegan cheesecake? Your dreams came true with this Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake. In this rich and decedent dessert, you will not be missing the dairy one bit while enjoying all the flavors of fall.


6.  Chocolate Chip Cookies by Vegan Housewives

Rack Cookies

We recently completed our quest to find the Ultimate Vegan Cookie and this one was the winner. So tasty and really easy to make. The classic chocolate chip cookie makes a great Thanksgiving treat.


7. BASE protein bar, image and review by Go Dairy Free


It never hurts to keep a BASE protein bar in your car or purse during the season. As your metabolism kicks into high gear you’ll be processing food faster than normal. Avoid unhealthy snacking and keep yourself satisfied longer.


Happy Vegan Thanksgiving y’all!