If you’re worried about what to cook for your vegetarian guests this Thanksgiving, fret no more. The following vegetarian Thanksgiving recipes will have vegetarians, vegans and omnivores alike giving thanks to the chef.
Start With a Mediterranean Treat
Change up your traditional Thanksgiving menu with this classic Greek dish from Food Network: spanakopita triangles. Yummy phyllo dough is stuffed with fresh spinach, creamy feta cheese and roasted pine nuts. Yum!
Sayonara, Stuffing of the Past!
Replace traditional stuffing with this roasted parsnip bread pudding from Martha Stewart. Parsnips, leeks, heavy cream, eggs, butter, Parmesan cheese and brioche cubes combine for a stuffing stand-in that will satisfy all of your guests.
It Casseroles Right Off the Tongue
This savory sweet potato casserole from BonAppetit.com bursts with flavor thanks to rosemary, sage, brown butter and homemade breadcrumbs. Make the casserole a day ahead and refrigerate to save time on the big day.
A Deep-Dish Delight
Apple pie is a Thanksgiving tradition. This vegan version from Food Network mixes Granny Smith, Golden Delicious and McIntosh apples for a variety of flavors. Swap coconut oil for butter and almond or soy milk for dairy milk.
For more Thanksgiving recipes, including vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free options, see our Thanksgiving Sides Showdown.
What’s your favorite vegetarian holiday recipe? Tell us in the comments.