Whether you are seeing family, hosting a friendsgiving, or having a self-care day this year for thanksgiving - you’re going to need to eat! Why not make something delicious that is also vegan? We want to help you, so we’ve made this list of amazing vegan recipes that you can try.
Why not start off the day with a fun spin on the classic Thanksgiving meal… FOR BREAKFAST. If you haven’t heard of Hot For Food, it’s a wonderful curation of vegan comforts created by Lauren Toyota. The best part is that if you aren’t much for reading recipes, you can head over to the Hot For Food Youtube channel and be entertained while you learn to cook something new!
Though this isn’t your classic “Vegan Recipe Blog” format, Tabitha Brown sure knows how to make people excited for vegan food! Sometimes it’s nice to follow a recipe that doesn’t require exact measurements to be successful. That’s exactly the case with this Broccoli Cheddar Soup, you can add as much (or as little) garlic as you’d like. You’ll love Tabitha’s positive energy as you watch this video.
If you don’t love to cook and you’re opting for a classic Tofurkey this year, you’ll want this amazing gravy recipe by a fellow Canadian, Jean-Philippe, who offers his recipes both in French as La Cuisine de Jean-Philippe and in English as The Buddhist Chef. All his videos are simple and easy to follow, and he uses a lot of accessible ingredients. Is it really Thanksgiving without gravy?
Most Vancouverites have heard of Erin Ireland, responsible for the To Die For blog and for always being in the know when it comes to new and exciting vegan happenings in Vancouver and Canada. Many appreciate Erin’s Instagram stories showcasing live recipe trials and reviews. This recipe would be a great main course for anyone who enjoys cauliflower and kale. Yum!
We love the Pick Up Limes website because it’s so easy to browse by category. This recipe features single serving baked fruit crumbles which is perfect if you are celebrating Thanksgiving virtually this year. Gather with your friends on Zoom and each make one version of this recipe! Bonus: If you love plants, you’ll love Sadia Badiei’s kitchen which is often the setting of the Pick Up Limes’ Youtube channel.