Enjoy the most flavorful Thanksgiving meal you've ever had with these vegan delights—all free of animal products, including dairy, eggs, even honey.
Apple Parsnip Bisque
By roasting the vegetables, flavors are intensified, making this soup rich and creamy without any cream. It's also a great make-ahead dish. View recipe.
An incredible centerpiece entree for your vegan feast. You can add protein by including 8 ounces extra-firm tofu on top of the carrot mixture before roasting. View recipe.
Delicious and fresh, this salad features whatever combination of greens you like, including baby kale, rainbow chard, or mixed baby lettuces, plus a flavorful dressing. View recipe.
A different take on the starter salad, this goes together quickly. Seasonal, antioxidant-rich pomegranate seeds look like bright jewels against the squash and greens. View recipe.
A nice balance of sweet, tart, and savory, this lovely dish also provides excellent vegan protein and anti-inflammatory compounds from the ginger, turmeric, and cherries. View recipe.
Another show-stopping centerpiece entree. Hominy, also called posole, adds a nice nutty flavor and texture to complement the creamy beans. View recipe.
A vegan side dish that's as tasty and healthy as it is beautiful. Both cabbage and fennel provide anticancer nutrients and are also good for digestion; their flavors combine wonderfully in this dish. View recipe.
Time for dessert! This vegan treat is elegant yet comforting. You can also substitute wild blueberries for the cranberries. View recipe.
Light yet luscious, this easy-to-make seasonal treat is a worthy last course. Top with toasted, chopped macadamia nuts or toasted coconut for even more decadence. View recipe.
Gotta have chocolate? Look no further than this spectacular and healthy vegan mousse made with a secret ingredient: avocado! Layer with raspberries as shown, or skip the fruit and simply enjoy the contrast between the velvety mousse and the crunchy, good-fat-filled topping. View recipe.