Kathy Patalsky: ‘Vegan Thanksgiving recipes. 2012’

Posted on November 17, 2012


Today (17th November), the US vegan food blogger and author Kathy Patalsky posted an item on her lunchboxbunch web-site titled ‘Vegan Thanksgiving recipes. 2012’, which includes links to 85 of her own fab. US vegan recipes. (Thanksgiving in the US is a big festive holiday, a rough equivalent to Christmas in the UK.)

The recipes include Ginger Juice Shooters (pre-meal palate cleanser); 5 Holiday Smoothies; Mint Creme Soy Cocoa (after-meal); Homemade Cranberry Sauce (smooth or whole berry); 3 Vegan Stuffing Recipes + Vegan Stuffing 101; Sweet Potato Apple Souffle Cups; Jalapeno “Cheddar” Biscuits; Cashew Cheese Appetizer; Fancy Fruit Tapas (use seasonal fruit!); King Oyster Mushroom “Scallops”; Holiday Citrus-Apple-Walnut Fruit Salad; Cranberry Balsamic Brussel Sprouts; Roasted Beet Salad; Holiday Citrus Rice-Stuffed Squash; BBQ Hasselback Tofu; Homemade Smoked Maple Seitan; Simple Sticky Blackened Tempeh Logs; Roasted Veggie Stew; Mocha Layer Cake; Peanut Butter Cup Caramel Latte or Mocha; and Coffee Cake Pecan Cinnamon Rolls.

‘… Here is my annual recipe guide to help you host a healthy, happy, Vegan Thanksgiving feast!

A very vegan holiday. I remember my very first vegan Thanksgiving quite well. My homemade cranberry sauce was chilling in the fridge, my sweet potatoes were baking and caramelizing in the oven. I pulled my heavy, ice-covered Tofurky box out of the freezer and started reading the instructions, yanking out the box components. Some vegan “wishbones” and vegan gravy and that round firm Tofurky. I must say, I do love the Tofurky. But I haven’t made one in a few years. I remember it baking up a tad dry. I slathered it in gravy and Dijon mustard sauce. My meal was pretty good, but in the end I just felt so satisfied to have celebrated an entire meal, cruelty free. I had such a light and happy heart. A vegan meal can be delicious, easy, fun and life-changing. If you have never done “vegan Thanksgiving” before, I high recommend you give it a try!

The categorized lists ahead include my personal favorite dishes featured here on my blog. Both traditional favorites (stuffing, sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie galore) and a few less than traditional ideas as well..  …

Ahead you will find these recipe categories..
* beverages
* appetizers
* salads
* entrees
* soups
* appetizers
* dessert
* festive breakfast

Read the item, view images, follow links to the recipes, and add your comment online at http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2012/11/vegan-thanksgiving-recipes-2012.html


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