Sparing the Bird :: A Vegetarian’s Guide to Thanksgiving

There are a few essential dishes to a complete Thanksgiving dinner. While for most people the turkey is the centerpiece, chances are someone coming over for dinner might not be a meat eater. {Fact :: 22.8 million Americans follow a vegetarian diet in the United States.}  So what’s the solution? Be prepared with options. If you are hosting the festivities at your house this year, here’s a round-up of recipes for a more inclusive {and often healthier!} vegetarian Thanksgiving…

Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes | Houston Moms Blog

The Bird.

There isn’t much that compares with the real thing, but some alternatives do exist – like tofurkey and a holiday garden roast. But before you commit to one, be sure to check out some reviews.



Cranberry Sauce.


Something Orange.

Green Veggies.     



2 Responses to Sparing the Bird :: A Vegetarian’s Guide to Thanksgiving

  1. Margaret November 20, 2016 at 10:18 am #

    Nice collection of tips! Thanks for including my “sassy” stuffing recipe! 🙂


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