The Perfect Vegan Thanksgiving Feast
Have a feast without the beast
Thanksgiving is here, and while most of America will be chowing down on turkey it can be a difficult time for vegans. Well, fear not, as we have the perfect vegan thanksgiving feast for you.
These colourful dishes are packed full of nutrients, so not only are they delicious but they're great for you too!
As your centerpiece try a one (or more!) of these stuffed butternut squashes.
These bundles of warmth are filled with mushrooms, quinoa, spinach and pine nuts which work so well with the sweet flavour of the squash.
They're also super tasty and are packed full of goodness to detox your liver and brain, protect your heart and may help reduce cognitive decline. Wow!
Add some colour to the table with this fabulous braised red cabbage dish. Now, this is much more than a boring old dish of cabbage, it’s got cider, apples and spices to really give it the wow factor.
Not only does it taste great, it’s is full of antioxidants and is good for your immune system.
This fantastic warm salad makes a great change from your run of the mill side dishes and will add a nice crunch if you keep the green beans al dente.
Plus it's great for your DNA, will give you energy and protect your heart.
More colour! Not only does this mixed tomato salad
look amazing it tastes amazing too. The subtle flavour differences in the
tomatoes really shine through and the slight bitterness of the radicchios,
complements them perfectly. Then the addition of basil leaves rounds the whole
dish off wonderfully.
It’s also a great immune system booster and will look after your sight!
Who doesn’t love mashed potato on a cold fall day. This thanksgiving staple will warm your cockles and the addition of garlic gives a bit of a kick.
The addition of soya milk gives it a lovely creaminess and also looks after your blood while the phytochemicals in the potatoes will look after your cells.
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