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  • Butternut Squash and Cranberry Casserole
    Squash is one of my favorite things ever, and I get super excited when it comes into season.  There was a point in my life when I was younger when I used to eat it almost every day for pretty much the Fall and Winter seasons in different ways for dinner. My skin even started to take on a little squash like hue that my Mom called my "squash tan".  I don't go quite to that extreme now, but I do enjoy it a couple of times a week.  After all, it is not around all year (well at least not the good tasting kind that only come when in season) so it is special and deserves to be enjoyed.  I love it stuffed, roasted in cubes in salads, or even mashed sometimes.  I can't believe as a little kid I thought it was gross because I had been told that it was by a family member and I didn't want to try it.  I was missing out.  I started to enjoy it though, when my Mom served the roasted kind stuffed with apples.  It turned me around and got me over my fear.  I have mostly  been roasting it cubed up this year for salads because it gets nice and crispy, but sometimes I roast it cut in half, which is what I ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-23By Amy Lyons
    7 hours ago
  • Vegan Sweet Potato Pecan Pie
    We always had 3 different types of pie at Thanksgiving gatherings at my Grandparent's house when I was little.  It was always apple, pecan and pumpkin.  I would always take some of each as was tradition, but really the pecan was my favorite.  It was my Mom's favorite and my Grandma's favorite too, so maybe that was hereditary.  I mean, I could enjoy apple pie at other times of the year, because it was something my Mom liked to make, but pecan we only enjoyed that one day of the year.  There was just something about that gooey caramelly nutty pecan goodness that was amazing.  I still feel that way, but I now make my pecan pies refined sugar free.  No corn syrup in sight, I usually do a date caramel now, because I love fruit sweetened deliciousness.  In fact I think for the past 10 years or so I have made pecan pie in some form for Thanksgiving, because my Mom always requests it.  Grandma is no longer around, but if she were, I know she would love them.  Well, this year my Mom asked me to make a sweet potato pecan pie to bring to Thanksgiving. Of course I was happy to make one!  It sounded good to me too!  Sweet potatoes are my favorite in any form, and I love ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-23By Amy Lyons
    7 hours ago
  • Slow Cooker Vegan Quinoa Chili
    Super healthy vegan quinoa chili, made right in the Crock-Pot. It’s so thick, filling, flavorful and the perfect bowl of comfort food! We’re so happy with our new slow cooker! It’s a 5-qt Crock-Pot and we’ve been using it a lot lately. For those of you who don’t know what a slow cooker is, it’s a countertop electrical cooking appliance used to simmer at a lower temperature than other cooking methods. Continue reading Slow Cooker Vegan Quinoa Chili at Simple Vegan Blog. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-23By Iosune
    11 hours ago
  • Four QUICK Thanksgiving pressure cooker recipes you can make NOW!
    Good morning! I woke up so happy this morning knowing that my decision to live vegan means that turkeys like this one at Woodstock Farm Sanctuary are waking up free from harm. Last night I did some quick food prep for the holiday and decided that I would pop in today with a blog post hoping it might help you create some fun and FAST dishes today! Dave and I have 20 friends stopping by for Thanksgiving brunch – we’re calling it a “pre-game” so they can have some vegan food and love before going off to other celebrations. Dave is making vegan sausage sliders (with his delicious homemade biscuits – the base recipe is in The Vegan Air Fryer) to serve propped on glasses of Bloody Marys. And I’m whipping up “Thanksgiving Lasagna” – basically, you layer every single Thanksgiving main and side in a pan and bake it You get all of your Thanksgiving in one bite! And that means I was able to cook most of the food last night. I shared the results on Facebook LIVE and you can watch it here: I prepared: -Mashed sweet and russet potatoes with kale, onion, and garlic (in 1 cup of chicken-style vegan broth for 10 minutes low pressure, quick release). -Cranberry relish (fresh cranberries, one granny smith apple, one honey crisp apple, one ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-23By JL Fields
    12 hours ago
  • Gluten-Free Cauliflower Stuffing (Trader Joe’s Copycat)
    Talk about a last minute recipe. But this cauliflower stuffing can truly be made moments before needing to be served. It’s super simple to throw together, only 8 ingredients! It’s also oil-free and gluten-free. I know I have a lot of readers that prefer that. I promise it’s still packed full of flavor. Absolutely perfect...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Cauliflower Stuffing (Trader Joe’s Copycat) appeared first on The Plant Philosophy. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-23By Margaret
    22 hours ago
  • Vegan Pumpkin Donuts with Cinnamon Sugar
    Vegan Pumpkin Donuts with Cinnamon Sugar. Soft, Spiced, Amazing. Vegan Doughnuts. Pumpkin Cinnamon  sugar Donuts. Nut-free option. Gluten-free option One more before I head off to a small break. These easy Pumpkin donuts are quick to put together and bake up beautifully. Make the batter, get the family involved in squeezing it out into the doughnut pan. Bake, add toppings of choice! I use a simple cinnamon sugar topping. a pumpkin pie spiced glaze or Cream cheese glaze would work wonderfully as well.   If you haven’t already, get my book (which is currently 46% off on amazon, and 30% in uk), pick up the bonus recipe bundle with new recipes + videos. Check out my Thanksgiving lists for Mains and Desserts that use easy everyday ingredients. Have a wonderful holiday!Continue reading: Vegan Pumpkin Donuts with Cinnamon SugarThe post Vegan Pumpkin Donuts with Cinnamon Sugar appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Richa
    1 day ago
  • Thanksgiving for the Birds (REBROADCAST)
    Most people don’t know that our contemporary customs at Thanksgiving, namely the serving of turkeys, were shaped and popularized by a magazine editor, Sarah Josepha Hale, in the mid-1800s. Whatever meaning we attribute to this Thanksgiving holiday is most certainly not lost (in fact, it is enhanced) by creating food-based rituals that affirm rather than take life, that demonstrate compassion and empathy rather than selfishness and gluttony, that celebrate the fact that no one need be sacrificed in order that we should eat. In today’s episode, I offer a number of different menus for a beautiful holiday feast that delights the senses and reflects our values. THANK YOU FOR VOTING 'FOOD FOR THOUGHT' BEST PODCAST IN VEGNEWS MAGAZINE AWARDS AGAIN IN 2017 THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT: ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Author & Speaker
    1 day ago
  • Vegan Holiday Meal Plan
    Namely MarlyUse this Vegan Holiday Meal Plan, complete with shopping list, to plan and create your holiday dinners as efficiently and deliciously as possible. That way you can enjoy the holidays just as much as everyone else!This article first appeared on Namely Marly and is copyrighted © 2017  ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Marly
    1 day ago
  • Vegan Cinnamon Roll Bread & Lots of Loaves for Thanksgiving
    Wow, it feels like I’ve been making and photographing (and eating!) Thanksgiving dishes for ages now, and I can’t believe T-Day is finally just a day away. If you haven’t already you gotten your copy of my Holiday Season ebook yet, there’s still time! It includes a full vegan Thanksgiving men, and it’s a totally free bonus […] The post Vegan Cinnamon Roll Bread & Lots of Loaves for Thanksgiving appeared first on The Colorful Kitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Ilene
    1 day ago
  • Talking Turkey (REBROADCAST)
    If you’ve never met them, turkeys are magnificent animals, full of spunk and spark and affection. I’ve introduced many people to the critters at farmed animal sanctuaries, and the animals with whom people have the most transformative experience are the turkeys. Every time. Never fails. Join me as I tell some stories of special turkeys I’ve had the privilege of meeting and as I explain why I’m still making amends to the animals, whose breasts, legs, and wings used to darken my dinner plate. THANK YOU FOR VOTING 'FOOD FOR THOUGHT' BEST PODCAST IN VEGNEWS MAGAZINE AWARDS AGAIN IN 2017 THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING 'FOOD FOR THOUGHT'. HELP IT GO ANOTHER 13 YEARS: ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Author & Speaker
    1 day ago
  • Thanksgiving Nut Roast
    So often around the holidays, vegans and vegetarians end up eating nothing but the side dishes. Mashed potatoes, stuffing, and Brussels sprouts are all easily vegan. But what about the main dish? Where’s the star of the show? Move over, Tofurkey, we’ve got a Vegan Nut Roast that’s going to blow your mind. It’s packed […] The post Thanksgiving Nut Roast appeared first on VegKitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Katie Trant
    1 day ago
  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals
    Are you a subscriber to my newsletter? If yes, ignore this post. If no, sign up here: and then read today’s newsletter  so that you’re ready for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, air fryer + pressure cooker-style! Read it here.     Affiliate links are used throughout this site. Shop with my affiliate partners here. Get 10% off the VeggiDome at checkout with code VEGGITEN Support the weekly radio program Easy Vegan: Become a Patron! The post Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals appeared first on JL Goes Vegan. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By JL Fields
    1 day ago
  • My make-ahead vegan holiday recipes plus handy tips!
    Before we dig into today’s juicy post, I want to share that, starting tomorrow (Nov. 23), the new Oh She Glows Boxed Set is 50% OFF! Whoa baby. The sale will continue until Tuesday, November 28th, so plenty of time to take advantage. Mine arrived last week, and I gotta say they’re b-e-a-utiful. A “glam shoot” soon followed, lol. Every morning while sipping my coffee, I respond to your questions and comments that have come in since the previous day. It’s one of my favourite relaxing morning rituals…right up until the kids realize “Mommy’s in the office!” and BUST THROUGH THE DOOR UNLEASHING TOTAL CHAOS. How do they always know? And how do I clean baby fingerprints off my camera lens? Anyway, I’ve been receiving a lot of holiday meal prep questions, and while I always try to troubleshoot your questions immediately, I’m often left needing some time to try out my ideas. So, this month my recipe tester Nicole and I have been busy tackling make-ahead versions of my most popular holiday recipes! Last year, Eric and I hosted two big holiday meals while juggling a newborn and toddler (we didn’t want to travel so everyone came to us which was so nice), and looking back I REALLY could’ve used these tricks and tips then. I felt pretty frazzled. Oh well, I’m ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Angela (Oh She Glows)
    1 day ago
  • WIAW: Third Trimester Vegan Meals
    This day of meals definitely has a clear theme: Chocolate and greens. Sounds ideal to me! I’m officially in the 3rd trimester and Brett and I have been traveling non-stop it seems for the past little while, hence the lack of blogging. Last week we were in Northern Virginia spending an early thanksgiving with my siblings. Then we had one day in Nashville to do laundry and re-pack before making the drive to Destin, Florida where we’re at currently. We’re doing Thanksgiving #2 with Brett’s Dad’s side of the family and it should be a good time! Today I’m sharing what I ate this past Monday while in Nashville. We had our first prenatal appointment and usually when we have to head downtown I like to check out a new restaurant. Continue reading WIAW: Third Trimester Vegan Meals... ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Faith
    1 day ago
  • My Thoughts on Leather
    When it comes to earth-friendly, cruelty-free fashion, one of the questions I get the most is about my thoughts on leather and how to keep it out of your closet. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Alicia Silverstone
    1 day ago
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