Thanksgiving is a great holiday to bring people together to eat great food. This post is full delicious dishes free of dairy, eggs, and meat that even meat-eaters will love.
Of course you will be the hero of your vegetarian and vegan friends and family members. Plus it’s just nice to have a big inclusive dinner!
Click on any of the photos or links below to get that recipe from the blogger’s site. Happy Turkey-less Day!
Pie is a wonderful thing. I look forward to Thanksgiving all year because of the dessert table. Pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and all the surprise pies that people just bring over.
I talked a few of my vegan blogger friends into sharing some of their favorite pie recipes and their gorgeous photos. You can click on the name of the recipe of the image to go to their blogs to get the recipes.
I promise that your family will rave about your new Thanksgiving desserts!
Lemon Pie with Oatmeal Cookie Crust (Photo and recipe from Fat Free Vegan)
Raw Chocolate Mousse Pie (Photo and recipe from Dianne’s Vegan Kitchen)
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie with an Almond-Coconut Crust (Photo and recipe from Tastespace)
Sugar & Oil-free Creamy Pumpkin Pie (Photo and recipe from An Unrefined Vegan)
Cashew Crusted Individual Blueberry Pies (Photo and recipe from Canned Time)
Chocolate Pecan Pie (Photo and recipe from Ricki Heller)
Pumpkin Pie (Photo and recipe from Around my Family Table)
Apple Pie on the Rocks (Photo and recipe from Vegan Yack Attack)
Chocolate pumpkin pie with chipotle (Photo and recipe from Stephanie Weaver)
Vegan Chunky Streusel Pie (Photo and recipe from Robin Asbell)
Vegan Chocolate Tart with Blood Orange Caramel and Grain Free Crust (Photo and recipe from Sabrina Modelle)
I love making unpredictable taco and sandwich fillings. My latest book, OATrageous OAtmeals, has tons of innovative ways to use oatmeal and these tacos are one of my favorites.
The steel-cut oats are a perfect vegan replacement for taco filling with the chewy texture. Plus the flavor from chili powder, cumin and oregano make sure you won’t miss the meat.
Packed full of kidney beans, carrots, bell peppers, green chilis, lime, cilantro and kale makes it a great dish to serve your family. It all comes together into a Mexican filling that you can top salads with, make burritos from, as well as make the star of your taco.
This week try out these Vegan Steel-cut Oat Tacos and add a some flavor into your week night dinner.