Whether you’re looking to hit a craving for a luscious beverage or a more nutritious dessert, smoothie shooters are a fantastic option to include at any holiday spread. This recipe is packed with cranberries and bananas for a just-sweet-enough tang that lovers of great cranberry flavor will adore. Give it a more holiday twist with a little ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg.
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Figs are a delightful treat in the fall and winter. If you’re looking for non-alcoholic beverages to delight guests at a holiday party, try making up a big batch of this delicious smoothie and serving it in small cocktail glasses.
Mashed potatoes are a beloved Thanksgiving tradition, but let’s be honest: the science of the food situation means that mashed potatoes made with no dairy are a tough sell with traditionalists. Sour cream, butter and cream aren’t the easiest things to replace convincingly. That’s doesn’t mean vegans need to despair of enjoy amazing potatoes! When you roast potatoes at high temperatures, plant-based oils are what you want to use, vegan or not. Make this recipe full vegan by swapping out the butter at service for a little drizzle of your favorite herb-infused olive oil.
Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, and as much as we delight in the great food and the company of friends and family, cooking a feast can be a challenge if you’ve recently made a big dietary change, like going vegan. Never fear: you can eat amazing food with no animal products on the table. If you’re looking for a way to ditch the turkey, seitan is a popular option with veteran vegans. Easy to make and easy to infuse with your favorite flavors, this is a must-try for a main course.
Potato chips on the side of a sandwich: classic. Potato chips in a sandwich? If you haven’t tried it, let us encourage you to brave it for this version in which sweet potato chips magnificently take center stage. You’ll love it.
Sweet potato fries are popular right now for a reason: they’re delicious. They’re also packed with plenty of good nutrition, so a recipe that’s light on the oil and salt is a wonderful addition to a meal like homemade turkey burgers.
Well, okay, there’s a little bit more to carrots in this tasty fall soup. Ginger, and onion and garlic (oh my!). And the pesto that finishes it off is, quite literally, the top of the crop, which is to say, this is the perfect recipe for getting the fullest use out of those gorgeous bunches of carrots hanging out on the farmer stand.