Thanksgiving With The Singing Vegan
Here are ten delicious recipes for your cruelty-free, vegan holiday meal.
FYI -- these are not raw recipes. These are not oil or fat-free recipes. These are traditional Thanksgiving recipes without meat, dairy, eggs, etc. It's Thanksgiving -- live it up! Read more...
Here are ten delicious recipes for your cruelty-free, vegan holiday meal.
FYI -- these are not raw recipes. These are not oil or fat-free recipes. These are traditional Thanksgiving recipes without meat, dairy, eggs, etc. It's Thanksgiving -- live it up!
Check me out on Facebook: facebook.com/veganmezzo
Check out my website: Thesingingvegan.simpl.com
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
Savory Lentil Loaf
Stuffed Acorn Squash
Pumpkin Spice Bread
Wild Rice Stuffed Mushrooms
Green Bean Casserole
Peas and Pearl Onions
Mashed Potatoes with Herb Gravy
Roasted Butternut Squash SoupI love the Fall and I love to make soup. This seems like a complex soup, but it's not, and when you roast the squash, the flavors are much more intense and the house smells WONDERFUL!
Savory Lentil LoafI'm always searching for new ways to make alternatives for meatloaf. Adding things like sweet potatoes and tofu really helps to bind the loaf, while adding texture, protein and nutrients. This is a great dish for the holidays, especially Thanksgiving.
Stuffed Acorn SquashThis is a great recipe when you really want to impress someone. Maybe you're having a dinner party and you want your friends to be impressed at how GREAT vegans eat ...? There is a little extra work involved in this recipe, but it's worth it.
Pumpkin Spice BreadPumpkin isn't JUST for Thanksgiving! This bread is great any time of year. It's yummy AND pretty healthy, too. Instead of eggs, use a combination of flax seeds and water. This process creates an 'egg-like' binder that works well in baked goods.
Wild Rice Stuffed MushroomsSo, you're going to Grandma's for Thanksgiving and she's asked you to bring an appetizer ..? Make these! Seriously. They aren't difficult (they do require a couple steps, but it is a holiday, and your family is worth it!). Super savory -- super yummy! **These are best if served immediately. If you're taking them to a dinner, it's best to assemble them and pop them in the oven where you'll be eating.
Green Bean CasseroleEveryone has a favorite Thanksgiving dish. I've always LOVED this classic casserole -- in the old days, it had cream of mushroom soup and store-bought fried onions. My recipe is completely plant-based with no dairy. It's a little more work than the original recipe, but so worth it!
Peas and Pearl OnionsThis is an old favorite. My grandmother always made this at Thanksgiving. Of course, she used butter, cream and a little bacon fat. Those days are OVER! Your family and friends will love this side dish. In the recipe I'm using frozen organic petite peas and pearl onions. If you choose to use fresh, that's great.
Cranberry CompotePlease. Whatever you do, don't buy cranberry sauce in the can! It's easy to make and so much better than the prepared stuff. My grandmother's BFF used to make this, and I've always loved it.
Apple/Pumpkin CobblerPie is so 2010. For Thanksgiving this year, make these ridiculously yummy cobblers. I've made them in individual ramekins, but you could make one large dessert in an 8x8 baking dish. SO good! Make sure you serve this with a scoop of vanilla, non-dairy ice cream. No one will even remember what pie is.
Mashed Potatoes with Herb GravyIt's not Thanksgiving without mashed potatoes and gravy! Don't stress -- you can have delicious, vegan taters and gravy without any animal products. And I doubt any of your omni-friends and family will notice the difference.
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Think you can't have a delicious Thanksgiving dinner without turkey? Think again. Here are ten delicious recipes for your cruelty-free, vegan holiday meal. FYI -- these are not raw recipes. These are not oil or fat-free recipes. These are traditional Thanksgiving recipes without meat, dairy, eggs, etc. It's Thanksgiving -- live it up! Check me out on Facebook: facebook.com/veganmezzo Check out my website: Thesingingvegan.simpl.com
Hello, and thank you for purchasing VEGAN EATS! All little bit about myself ... My name is Leslie Inman. I am a professional, freelance classical singer, a personal chef and a caterer. I am THE SINGING VEGAN! For most of my life, I was a meat eater. And a dairy eater. I spent many years existing solely on high-protein diets with very little carbs. I also felt guilty about what I ate because I love animals passionately, and I believe that when I eat them, I am ingesting the suffering they've endured in the process of becoming food for humans. In a spiritual sense, I believe this is harmful to me, and to the planet. Until we as a global community change the way we eat, we will continue to perpetuate violence, war, hunger and oppression. Perhaps you're interested in incorporating more plant-based foods into your diet. Maybe you want to do this for health reasons only. That's fine. I do hope, however, that as you do that, you will look more closely at the ethical advantages to a vegan lifestyle. I do believe it will change your life, like it has changed mine. This is a cookbook for people who are curious about eating a Vegan/Plant-Based diet, but who are intimidated and stuck in their meat-eating ways. I want to create and share simple and delicious recipes that are ethically sound and healthy, as well as budget conscious. 10% of the profits from the sale of this cookbook will be donated to the Gentle Barn, an animal refuge/sanctuary north of Los Angeles, Ca. http://www.gentlebarn.org Please check out my website: http://thesingingvegan.simdif.com And my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Singing-Vegan/245929592237448?skip_nax_wizard=true