With Thanksgiving fast approaching, some people have been wondering about what they can and can’t eat for dinner on the holiday.
Here are some of our favorite vegan Thanksgiving recipes that have you eating better and feeling better.
Bread: A great way to start your Thanksgiving mealA quick and easy vegan breakfast with homemade almond milk, applesauce, and peanut butter can give your turkey and stuffing a kick to the butt, and you can even enjoy your turkey with a side of cranberry sauce.
Add some fresh cranberries to your cranberry jam for a treat.
If you have a favorite pumpkin pie you want to make, use it to make a cranberry-based pumpkin pie.
Or make a homemade cranberry pudding for Thanksgiving.
Breads: Delicious, nutritious Thanksgiving mealsWith a little extra time, it can be a good idea to make something to share with your family and friends.
Try using canned beans instead of canned, dried cranberries, or other canned fruits, and add fresh cranberry juice to the mix.
Add your favorite cranberry preserves or spices to your mashed potatoes or roasted turkey.
And of course, try using the leftover cranberry pie to make cranberry casseroles.
Canned pumpkin: Delicious for ThanksgivingCranberries are delicious on their own, but can be especially delicious on Thanksgiving.
Try adding canned cranberries and maple syrup to your favorite pumpkin pies or mashed potatoes, or add to mashed potatoes for a holiday dinner.
Try this cranberry salad or cranberry apple casserole, with a twist: It’s a light, delicious, low-carb version of cranberries.
You can add some fruit, such as cranberries or apples, and spices to make it a bit more filling.
Baked potatoes: Delicious Thanksgiving meals with mashed potatoesThe classic mashed potato recipe is one of the best Thanksgiving dinner recipes, and it’s perfect for Thanksgiving as well.
Make mashed potatoes and mashed potatoes topped with cranberries in the traditional way.
You’ll love how it tastes, and there’s a nice amount of sweetness from the cranberries for an easy, healthy Thanksgiving meal.
Try swapping out your mashed potato for a mashed potato and mashed potato tart for an even lighter Thanksgiving dinner.
Bacon: A turkey and a vegan dinnerThe turkey and bacon is a favorite Thanksgiving dinner, but it can also be an ideal fall dinner, too.
It’s easy to make this vegan Thanksgiving dinner and a great way for a family to share Thanksgiving dinner with friends or family.
Add bacon and cooked ground turkey to your Thanksgiving dinner if you want more flavor, or substitute ground turkey with chopped green peppers or carrots.
Bacon is also great for a vegan Thanksgiving dessert, making cranberry or cranberries-based pies, and cranberry cream pies.
Try making vegan Thanksgiving turkeys with roasted potatoes instead of mashed potatoes.
Or use canned turkey for a healthy Thanksgiving dessert.
And don’t forget to try this Thanksgiving salad with fresh cran-berry sauce for a delicious, healthy dinner on Thanksgiving night.
Biscuits: A delicious, easy Thanksgiving mealBiscuit doughnuts are delicious for Thanksgiving too.
You don’t need to spend a lot of time cooking the doughnuts, and they’re very easy to whip up.
Add any ingredients to the blender, then add the vanilla extract, salt, and pepper.
Add a little butter and vanilla to the mixture, then turn it to coat the mixture in the vanilla-sugar mixture.
It’ll turn into a soft, moist biscuit.
The mixture will thicken slightly as it cools.
Try a quick and simple biscuit recipe like these for a quick snack, or use this easy turkey and pumpkin bread recipe to make your Thanksgiving day extra special.
Candy: A healthy Thanksgiving dinner recipeBread is great for your Thanksgiving, and if you have more time, you can make an easy and healthy dessert for Thanksgiving by using berries, fruit, and nuts.
Try topping your cranberries with some fresh cherries, chopped pecans, or even cinnamon or nutmeg.
Try these cranberry cookies for an extra treat.
Cucumber: A tasty and easy Thanksgiving dessertA classic turkey and chocolate pie is one that is so popular and has become a staple for families.
Try making these cranberries cranberry chocolate chip cookies, or make this delicious, light cranberry ice cream to share.
Try substituting some chopped peaches for berries for a festive treat.
Try adding a few berries to your turkey or cranumber jam or cran-apple pie for a little boost of flavor.
Bites: A good Thanksgiving meal with a sprinkle of cinnamonA bite of sweet and savory topper for Thanksgiving can be as simple as a slice of homemade cranberries sprinkled with cinnamon.
Add chopped pecs to your cinnamon cookie recipe or add a few chopped peppers to your apple cinnamon cookie.
Try baking these homemade cinnamon rolls in a cast iron skillet or on a griddle.
Try the turkey cranberry tart with cranberry buttercream frosting, which is a fun way