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Happy Thanksgiving, friends near and far. This year I’m trying something a little bit different. For anyone who wants soup-to-nuts guidance preparing a vegetarian Thanksgiving feast, I’ve created a schmantzy e-book to give you everything you need. It has a complete timeline, shopping list, 12 much-loved recipes to feed a crowd (of about 12 people with some leftovers), and a little bit of humor and moral support, because who doesn’t want that?
If you like, you can download Umami Girl’s Complete Vegetarian Thanksgiving Guide right here and print it, keep it on your tablet, or whatever you like. With a timeline, shopping list, 12 trusted recipes and a little good-humored moral support to boot, it’s got everything but the turkey. We used to charge for this resource, but we love you — and Thanksgiving — so much that now it’s free. If you’d rather, you can use any or all of the recipes straight from this roundup. Whatever works best for you works best for us
The Complete Vegetarian Thanksgiving Meal Plan: 12 Recipes
Marinated fresh goat cheese makes a super-simple, crowd-pleasing appetizer.
Toronto farmers’ market salad, because everyone needs some greens on Thanksgiving.
Nut loaf is a favorite, super-satisfying vegetarian main dish that plays nicely with classic Thanksgiving side dishes.
Here’s how to make perfect mashed potatoes every time.
Vegetarian gravy is life-changing. One of our most popular recipes of all time.
Mom’s applesauce. Just do it.
Simple green beans // haricots verts // are a Thanksgiving classic.
A sophisticated cranberry chutney will up your game.
A bittersweet chocolate tart with shortbread crust speaks for itself. Who couldn’t use a little chocolate on Thanksgiving?
Or how about some vegan pumpkin muffins that easily pass as cupcakes?
Simple broiled figs with honey and vanilla couldn’t be better.