In the old days, if you didn’t eat turkey, you just missed that dish out and filled up with everything else. But, with more and more people preferring to follow the vegetarian lifestyle, that is not really an option anymore.
Thankfully, there are lots of vegetarian dishes you can make at this time of the year. Make them alongside your normal Thanksgiving favorites, or have them instead – it’s up to you!
Each recipe is tried, tested, and carries the Sarah seal of approval; I love them and I know you will too. Thanksgiving doesn’t have to mean turkey – and here are some great vegetarian recipes to try instead.
Spiced roast Cauliflower and Jerusalem artichokes
This dish is filling, tasty, and really easy to make. It’s ideal for Thanksgiving as it uses some seasonal winter staples. It’s a perfect veggie side dish or a main dish for anyone who prefers not to eat meat. Recipe here.
Caramelized Onion and Potato Gratin – 5 Ingredients
This family-friendly onion and potato gratin is a great vegetarian Thanksgiving recipe that can be served as a main course or a side dish as preferred. Recipe here.
Roasted cauliflower with Herbs and Parmesan – 6 Ingredients
Simple, delicious and very healthy. Quick and simple recipes for your Thanksgiving. Recipe here.
Roasted Butternut Squash – 3 Ingredients
Butternut squash is a traditional Thanksgiving food, but it’s normally served as a side dish. However, there is no reason this meaty, satisfying vegetable can’t take center-stage on your holiday dinner table. Recipe here.
Roasted potatoes and veggies – 6 Ingredients
You only need 15 minutes to prepare it. It’s healthy, delicious and perfect for Thanksgiving.This recipe combines five seasonal vegetables together to make a memorable meal that is perfect for Thanksgiving. Easy to make and super tasty? What’s not to like! Recipe here.
More ideas for your Thanksgiving
More ideas to make your Thanksgiving easy, delicious and perfect. My recipes here.